Interactive map shows SF median home prices by neighborhood

San Francisco-based Paragon Real Estate Group has released its latest interactive map of median home prices in The City and Bay Area via an interactive map.

San Francisco’s map includes recent house and condo sales broken up by neighborhood, while the Bay Area map includes median house prices by city. The maps are updated every six months.

Compared by counties, the highest median home sale price in San Francisco was $6,525,000, in Pacific Heights. Atherton has the highest median home sale price in San Mateo County at $5,400,000, and Belvedere had Marin County’s highest median home sale price at $4,000,000. Piedmont in Alameda County boasted the highest median home sale price at $1,978,500, and Diablo in Contra Costa County was the highest at $2,720,000.

Scroll down to view the interactive maps, courtesy of Paragon Real Estate Group.

Median house/condo sales in San Francisco:


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Median house sales in the Bay Area:


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