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Serious home shoppers who are hitting the open-house circuit hard during the traditionally busy spring season should not hesitate long, as properties are flying of the market quicker than ever before. That's especially true here in the Bay Area, where homes continue to sell at the among the fastest pace in the nation.
Most Americans are optimistic about the current state of the economy and the real estate market, although potentially higher interest rates causes some trepidation.
Although California’s April jobs report was somewhat of a disappointment, the number of unemployed residents has declined to the lowest rate since the dot-com era. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines the latest state, Bay Area, and Southern California job numbers.
With the right college degree and a strict savings plan, it's possible for millennials to own a home in less than three years. Find out how in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
Despite the state's thin supply of housing, wage growth helped boost affordability ever-so slightly in the first quarter, while there was little relief to be found for Bay Area home shoppers.
The Golden State's median home price climbed to a height not seen since the previous housing boom in April and is likely to keep rising, further squeezing already tight affordability conditions for the rest of the year.
Pacific Union CEO Mark A. McLaughlin offers his thoughts on efficient and effective time-management skills -- sound advice that's applicable to the real estate industry and beyond.
Homebuyers were active across the country in the opening months of 2017, further depleting inventory and pushing prices higher. Major Bay Area housing markets were among those to see annual price appreciation, and they remain the nation's most expensive.
Bay Area home prices are up by more than 50 percent since the end of the recession, helping make San Jose and San Francisco the nation's two most-recovered housing markets. Get this story and others of note in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Bay Area home sales dipped from March to April, which is not consistent with typical seasonal patterns. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines the latest numbers and trends in a new Straight Talk column.
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