Introducing BAYWATCH – Actionable Data Analysis On GBA Housing Markets

With the GBA blueprint release on February 18, 2019, and the rising interest in the GBA, Real Estate Foresight (REF) is introducing ’Baywatch’ as the new research report, with an in-depth focus on the 9 mainland cities in the GBA.

Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive and independent data-driven analysis of the housing markets for new home sales in the region. At the same time, we combine it with locally sourced intelligence on policy, deals, land auctions, new infrastructure developments and developer actions, thanks to unique technology from our sister venture Robotic Online Intelligence.

Baywatch is packed with over 60 data-rich analytical charts and tables, hundreds of time series as well as straight-to-the-point key takeaways and actionable insights you can digest in a few minutes.

Whether you are sourcing new deals in the region, looking for partners, figuring out your strategy or keeping track of what might impact your existing projects or partners, Baywatch will provide you with key data, insights and reference information on a regular basis.

Here’s a chart highlight – the recent land acquisitions by select major developers:

And the same by City, in aggregate:

Baywatch pilot report is currently available to REF clients only and on a subscription basis. Please do get in touch if you would like to discuss.

If you watch GBA without major deal/data/research interests, you might like our freely available GBA Intelligence – where our robo-analysts have been picking a number of interesting pointers to potential opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.

Local news and announcements carry info such as news and updates on the development of new areas or districts, launches of new metro lines and important infrastructure projects, upcoming land auctions and listings, major transactions by developers, local market conditions including actual mortgage rates offered, and the gradually emerging details of what the GBA blueprint will mean in practice. Here’s an example in PDF.

Links: GBA Intelligence (free)