Bay Area market normalizing, Pacific Union says

  • Prices aren’t dropping in the Bay Area, but appreciation slowed to around 3 percent in the second quarter.
  • In San Francisco, homes came off the market more leisurely in the second quarter.
  • Sales slowed in $3 million-plus sector of the Silicon Valley market.

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Bay Area market take note: buyers have more flexibility compared to the high competition and urgency seen over the last few years. While sellers can expect to see more time on the market and fewer bids, luxury real estate brand Pacific Union, affiliate of Christie’s International, describes the recent shift as a healthy normalization in its quarterly report.