The luxury-home market in Contra Costa County's most desirable communities is in the process of normalizing. Pacific Union Chief Economist and Vice President of Business Intelligence Selma Hepp takes a closer look at the numbers behind this trend.
Contra Costa County
November 27, 2013 • Posted in Contra Costa County
Contra Costa County might be off the radar of Bay Area tourists, but locals know that there are plenty of things to do and great places to eat and drink. Get our real estate professionals' suggestions on the region's highlights.
July 24, 2013 • Posted in Contra Costa County
Considered the hub of Contra Costa County, Walnut Creek beckons families with its highly rated schools, access to public transportation, and downtown shopping area.
With its stunning scenery, excellent schools, and strong equestrian culture, the Contra Costa community of Alamo is a favorite among families.
With its hilly terrain, excellent schools, and proximity to the Caldecott Tunnel, Contra Costa County's Orinda remains a sought-after place to call home.
Contra Costa County's Moraga is home to Saint Mary’s College of California, beautiful weather, and an excellent school system.
Named after a famous racehorse, the upscale Contra Costa community of Blackhawk galloped into the spotlight in the 1970s. Today the community features two golf courses, clubhouses, swimming pools, and tennis courts in a picturesque setting.
The East Bay economy is poised for substantial growth in the coming year, and that's good news for its local real estate markets. Here's a look at the factors behind the region's recovery.
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