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Southern Marin Market Stats

Total Properties Listed: 148
Month-Over-Month Change: -5.73%
Average Days On Market: 57
Total New Properties Today: 2
Median List Price: $2,463,500
Month-Over-Month Change: -1.26%

Central Marin Market Stats

Total Properties Listed: 288
Month-Over-Month Change: 2.49%
Average Days On Market: 67
Total New Properties Today: 2
Median List Price: $1,350,000
Month-Over-Month Change: -3.23%
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Marin County Real Estate

Welcome to, your one-stop source for real estate in Marin County, California.

Use our state-of-the-art property search, including an interactive map search, to find homes for sale in Marin. These listings are updated daily from the MLS.

Or, use our Community Guide to browse Marin County neighborhoods and subdivisions to help you in your search for Marin County real estate listings. Our community searches will keep you up to date with the latest properties in the city, neighborhood or subdivision you are interested in beautiful Marin. We also provide resources, tips, and vendor recommendations for fellow homeowners in Marin, including the best window washing company in Marin, solar panel cleaners in Marin County, and more.

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A Closer Look at Marin County, California

Located just north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge lies Marin County—an affluent part of the Bay Area that’s very well-known for its plethora of charming small towns and the stunning natural landscape that surrounds this particular part of northern California. Marin County is part of the San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, and as of 2015, right around 261,221  people called it home. Aside from its scenic location and its connection to one of the most famous bridges in the county, Marin County is also where you’ll find numerous state parks and nature preserves, a range of gorgeous beaches, and even George Lucas’ famous Skywalker Ranch, which is located in the beautiful town of Nicasio, California.  

Living in Marin County

For many who already live in Marin County, its location directly in between the city of San Francisco and the vineyards of nearby Napa and Sonoma couldn’t be more ideal from both a professional and leisure standpoint. Most communities in Marin County lie somewhere along Highway 1 or Highway 101, which provide fairly easy access to both San Francisco and a number of other cities and attractions further up in the NoCal region. And with so many outdoor recreational opportunities scattered all throughout the Marin County area, it’s hard not to fall in love with what homes here have to offer, even after only just one visit.

Marin County Real Estate at a Glance

As an area that has one of the highest income levels per capita in the U.S., it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that property and real estate values in Marin County can be quite high. Single-family homes tend to dominate the Marin County real estate landscape, and because of the area’s hilly topography, many offer spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay and the downtown skyline. Keeping in mind that market conditions are always fluctuating, most detached single-family homes for sale in Marin County start at over $1 million, while some of the area’s most expensive properties have been known to exceed the $20 to $30 million price range. And as one of California’s original 27 counties, there’s also no shortage of vintage homes with lots of charm, elegance, and historical significance as well. Regardless of your needs, wants and lifestyle preferences, though, it’s hard to find a better place to live than right here in Marin County, especially for anyone who loves Northern California as much as we do!

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