Pacific Union Quarterly Reports

Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q1 2014

Median home prices hit yearly highs in most of Pacific Union’s regions as the first quarter drew to a close, including Contra Costa County, the East Bay, Marin County, Napa County, Silicon Valley, and Sonoma County. Single-family home prices in San Francisco dipped a bit in March from the previous month but still topped the $1 million mark, while condo prices were nearly as high.

Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q4 2013

Inventory was down across the Bay Area in the final quarter of 2013, further exasperating the situation for hopeful buyers who didn’t act earlier in the year. And in Silicon Valley and the Tahoe/Truckee region, prices for single-family homes hit yearly highs in December. Get a comprehensive look at Bay Area real estate activity in the fourth quarter in Pacific Union's Q4 Report.

Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q4 2012

The year 2012 was exceptionally busy in the Bay Area, with the housing recovery in full swing and most of our regions reporting their highest number of home sales since 2005. Pacific Union's fourth-quarter real estate report has the facts and numbers behind the good news, and it sets the stage for a robust year ahead!

Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q2 2012

Bay Area home sales jumped significantly in the second quarter of 2012, effectively ending any doubts about the strength of the housing recovery here. Our quarterly summary of real estate activity shows home sales up 6 percent from the second quarter of 2011 -- the strongest results since 2005. Home prices also rose solidly in the second quarter.

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