First off, let me say I’m not making any promises. This chart was a ton of work. Whose idea was it anyway? Must be my fascination – more like obsession – with statistics. I had to run each category for each city separately. The only thing that saved me is that there wasn’t a lot calculating – in fact, none. And it’s probably going to stay that way until the holidays are over and the next selling season starts. It’s marked by the Super Bowl and typically gets kickin’ mid to late March. This coming year it’s also marked by a much-anticipated change in presidents.
And now that I’ve got two cities left to run the San Mateo County MLS – which I hate - is down. It’s bad enough the stupid thing has four options for running statistics which don’t work most of the time and are useless the rest, but now I’m watching the internet wheel spin round and round.
|Available||Listed||Into Contract||At List||Above List||Below List|
|Half Moon Bay||68||0||0||0||0||0|
|South San Francisco||119||4||0||1||0||0|
Finally! Okay, it’s revealed that basically nothing sold this past week. Due to the underwhelming abilities of the multiple listing service, there’s no way I’m going back to check previous weeks. We’re moving ahead from here.
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All the best,