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.
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Fire pits are the most popular outdoor home addition in 2018, and they can add more than 20 percent to a property's price per square foot. Check out the latest local housing headlines in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
With the official beginning of summer just a couple of weeks away, the high season for backyard barbecues and pool parties will soon arrive, and a significant number of American homeowners are upgrading their outdoor spaces with entertaining guests in mind.
While most American homeowners and prospective buyers probably do not ponder the construction sector on a regular basis, current trends in that industry could affect their wallets in the coming months.
About six in 10 U.S. homeowners are planning to spend money improving their properties this year, and an even larger amount will do at least some of the work themselves.
Homeowners who hire a housekeeping service can expect to fork over nearly $300 each month. Find out how much it costs to outsource some common home-maintenance jobs.
Last fall, a survey found that San Francisco homeowners spend the most money in the U.S. when remodeling their homes' master bathrooms, and it turns out that the same trend applies to kitchens.
Amazon.com is snapping up office space in Silicon Valley, which should continue to fuel intense demand for real estate in the inventory-starved region. Get the latest headlines of note in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
Homeowners in the San Francisco metro area who are planning to renovate their master bathroom should be prepared for a hefty bill, as that project costs more here than it does anywhere else in the country.
Completely overhauling or upgrading a kitchen are the interior home-improvement projects that offer the biggest returns on investment at the time of sale, with Bay Area sellers recouping more than the national average.
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