Pacific Union Vice President of Business Intelligence and Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines the variables affecting Napa County real estate, as well as the challenges that the region faces.
December 24, 2014 • Posted in Napa County
The small Wine Country community of Yountville is perhaps rightfully best known for its world-famous fine-dining scene, but that’s not the only thing the laid-back Napa County town has going for it.
October 15, 2014 • Posted in Napa County
The 6.0-magnitude earthquake that awoke Napa County residents in the early-morning hours of Aug. 24 left most residents a bit shaken up and inflicted considerable property damage. But nearly two months later, the temblor appears to have had almost no negative impact on the Wine Country real estate market, say Pacific Union's local real estate executives and professionals.
If you're planning a visit to Napa Valley, you very likely have a wine-tasting excursion on your agenda. Pacific Union's real estate professionals in the region know the area better than most people; get their advice on the top spots to sample Napa's finest wines.
Napa Valley's Calistoga is perfect for visitors who want to relax in a mineral pool, glass of Chardonnay in hand. But residents believe the tiny city's small-town feel and welcoming vibe make it a place to put down permanent roots.
Visitors passing through American Canyon may see the city on Napa County's southern border as a gateway to the Napa Valley farther to the north. However, to local residents, American Canyon is a attractive destination all its own.
Wine Country entertaining is easy and elegant in this modern, four-bedroom home in Napa's Silverado Highlands community.
The upscale Browns Valley neighborhood in Napa was once cow pastures and orchards, but old and new still peacefully coexist.
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