Homeownership Pays Off More in California Than It Does Anywhere Else in America
July 18, 2018
July 18, 2018
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California's median single-family home price reached a new high in May, but most owners in the state believe that the rapid appreciation seen over the past few years will not last much longer.
Pacific Union is pleased to share the news that nearly 140 of the brokerage's individual real estate professionals and teams have been honored as among the best in the Golden State.
In what will come as little surprise to anyone who follows California real estate, the state is home to the top three housing markets in the country with the highest percentage of million-dollar properties, with Silicon Valley at the top of the pack.
Bay Area communities dropped off a list of the nation's hottest real estate markets in June, but a separate analysis says the region is on track for a boom market. Check out the latest local housing headlines in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
That's right, Mill Valley is the most livable oceanfront beach town in California and No. 4 nationwide, according to data compiled by WalletHub. But you knew that already.
Homeowners in San Jose and San Francisco spent more on remodeling projects in 2017 than anywhere else in the country -- indoor shark tanks not included. Also: Pending home sales rise in the West and drop in the South.
Twelve real estate professionals and teams at Pacific Union have been ranked among the most productive in the United States by REAL Trends, which identified the top 250 real estate professionals and teams in the nation by 2017 sales volume.
Get a glimpse into May's new and resale condominium prices, sales, and inventory trends in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
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