Category Archive: Market Conditions


How Much Is That President’s Home Today?

Teddy Roosevelt's 23-room home in Oyster Bay, N.Y., cost $16,975 to build back in the 1880s. Today, it would sell for a bit more: an estimated $3,195,000, not counting its historical significance. Here's a look at six presidential homes and how much they would be worth if they hit the market today.


Pacific Union’s May 2015 Real Estate Update

Available homes across the Bay Area were even harder to come by this May than they were last spring, with the months' supply of inventory (MSI) dropping from one year ago in all of Pacific Union's regions except Lake Tahoe/Truckee. Meanwhile, the median sales price reached yearly highs in four of our Bay Area regions. Get all the latest figures in Pacific Union's May 2015 Real Estate Update.

Buying a Home in the Bay Area Is Still Cheaper Than Renting

Home prices grew slightly faster than rents across the country over the past year, but purchasing a property remains the less-expensive option, thanks in part to low mortgage rates. That's true even here in the Bay Area, which lays claim to the highest home prices in the nation.

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