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Board Games Market Will Showcase Negative Impact During 2020-2024 | Rapid Improvements in Gameplay to Boost Market Growth

Technavio has been monitoring the global board games market size and it is poised to grow by USD 5.81 billion during 2020-2024. However, the market is expected to decelerate at a CAGR of over 15% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Board Games Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire).

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The market is fragmented, and the degree of fragmentation will decelerate during the forecast period. Asmodee Holding, Clementoni Spa, CMON Ltd., Goliath Games LLC, Hasbro Inc., Mattel Inc., Monte Cook Games LLC, PD-Verlag, Ravensburger AG, and Thames & Kosmos are some of the major market participants. To make the most of the opportunities, market vendors should focus more on the growth prospects in the fast-growing segments, while maintaining their positions in the slow-growing segments.

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Rapid improvements in gameplay has been instrumental in driving the growth of the market.

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S.F. homes for sale hit a 15-year-high, as deluge of new condos flood the market

San Francisco’s residential real estate market saw brisk activity from July through September with a steep increase in both sales and inventory, as a significant jump in buyers was not enough to keep up with the deluge of new condos and homes flooding the marketplace, according to a new report from the brokerage Compass.



a person standing in front of a building: San Francisco’s residential real estate market saw brisk activity from July through September with a steep increase in both sales and inventory.


© Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle

San Francisco’s residential real estate market saw brisk activity from July through September with a steep increase in both sales and inventory.


The number of sales rose 30.2% compared to the third quarter last year, climbing from 1,151 to 1,499 transactions. But the number of listings is at a 15-year high, with a 10-month inventory for condos in some neighborhoods. Comparing September to the same month last year, the number of price reductions was up 172% for houses and condos combined. Of the price reductions, 80% were of condos.

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“The issue is the inventory is increasing so much faster than the sales rate,” said Patrick Carlisle, chief market analyst for Compass. “Any time you have this relatively huge overhang of supply, and demand is stable, you are going to see price reductions.”

The market was bifurcated: single-family homes did better than condos; large homes were more popular than smaller homes; and many downtown high-rise offerings languished while listings in more suburban neighborhoods tended to trade faster and slightly above asking price.

The contrast between the single-family homes and condos was apparent in price, how long a property sat on the market, and whether the asking price had to be cut to attract buyers. The median sales for single-family homes inched up year over year from $1.57 million to $1.66 million while condo prices lagged, dipping slightly from $1.275 million to $1.250 million. Single-family listings sold at an average

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S.F. homes for sale hit a 15-year-high, deluge of condos flood the market

San Francisco’s residential real estate market saw brisk activity from July through September with a steep increase in both sales and inventory, as a significant jump in buyers was not enough to keep up with the deluge of new condos and homes flooding the marketplace, according to a new report from the brokerage Compass.



a person standing in front of a building: San Francisco’s residential real estate market saw brisk activity from July through September with a steep increase in both sales and inventory.


© Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle

San Francisco’s residential real estate market saw brisk activity from July through September with a steep increase in both sales and inventory.


The number of sales rose 30.2% compared to the third quarter last year, climbing from 1,151 to 1,499 transactions. But the number of listings is at a 15-year high, with a 10-month inventory for condos in some neighborhoods. Comparing September to the same month last year, the number of price reductions was up 172% for houses and condos combined. Of the price reductions, 80% were of condos.

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“The issue is the inventory is increasing so much faster than the sales rate,” said Patrick Carlisle, chief market analyst for Compass. “Any time you have this relatively huge overhang of supply, and demand is stable, you are going to see price reductions.”

The market was bifurcated: single-family homes did better than condos; large homes were more popular than smaller homes; and many downtown high-rise offerings languished while listings in more suburban neighborhoods tended to trade faster and slightly above asking price.

The contrast between the single-family homes and condos was apparent in price, how long a property sat on the market, and whether the asking price had to be cut to attract buyers. The median sales for single-family homes inched up year over year from $1.57 million to $1.66 million while condo prices lagged, dipping slightly from $1.275 million to $1.250 million. Single-family listings sold at an average

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Two California Homes Owned by Late Kleiner Perkins Co-founder Hit The Market

Two California properties owned by the late venture capitalist Frank J. Caufield are separately coming on the market for $39.75 million and $19.5 million.

Mr. Caufield, who died last year at 80, co-founded Silicon Valley powerhouse Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, which made investments in some of tech’s best-known companies including Amazon. Mr. Caufield stepped away from his daily role at the firm, now known as Kleiner Perkins, in 2000.

The pricier of the two properties is a nearly 12-acre estate in celebrity-studded Montecito, Calif. The roughly 18,500-square-foot, nine-bedroom Italian Renaissance-inspired villa was designed around 1927 by George Washington Smith, a prominent Santa Barbara architect, according to research by Sotheby’s International Realty, which is listing both homes.


An Italian Renaissance-Inspired Montecito mansion

The villa was designed around 1927 by George Washington Smith, a prominent California architect

A Montecito, Calif., mansion dating to the 1920s is coming on the market for $39.75 million.

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The home still has many of its original details including inlaid golden travertine floors in the entrance gallery, hand-carved walnut paneled walls in the library and carved limestone arched windows in the dining room. The property has three separate wine cellars: one for white wine, one for red wine and one for aging, as well as a solarium with a 38-foot pool and a beamed ceiling and a study.

The Montecito property also has extensive gardens; both the gardens and the house were inspired by Italian villas, including Villa Gamberaia near Florence, according to Sothebys’ research. The landscape includes the biggest dragon tree in Santa Barbara, according to a search conducted by local growers in

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A Quaint Remodel: New To Market In Historic Niles

FREMONT, CA — Homes this sweet don’t hit the market too often in the old railroad town of Niles. And even better, this one, a remodeled, two-bedroom, is within walking distance of Main Street.

Priced at $837,738, the 1,385-square-foot residence dates to 1922 and still retains its period charm, including a vintage-vibe range in the kitchen.

A portion of the detached and finished garage could be transformed into an in-law suite, as well, for an added bonus, according to the listing.

Take a peek, and don’t miss the mini outdoor kitchen in the backyard — a space just waiting to be transformed into a cozy gathering spot.

Follow listing link for more photos and info.

  • Address: 332 Riverside Ave, Fremont, California
  • Price: $837,738
  • Square Feet: 1385
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2 Baths
  • Built: 1922
  • Features: Adorable quiet river side home in historic Niles has only had one other owner and is a potential 2-Unit Site. Very practical Niles floor plan with larger than typical rooms flows wonderfully. Remodeled kitchen is a wonderful stroll down memory lane.
  • The 2 bedroom, 1 bath is configured to become a 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
  • The detached finished & permitted garage with epoxy floors has a full bath & could easily become an in-law unit with a very long driveway for loads of off-street parking. Sideyard access possible both sides. Approx. 10-year-new roof and upgraded 200 amp electrical service with grounded electrical outlets in house.
  • Walking distance to Downtown Niles (go to niles.org for a list of the countless events), Quarry Lakes and Alameda Creek with Highway 84 and BART close by.

This listing originally appeared on realtor.com. For more information and photos, click here.

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