Although home prices should continue to increase for the rest of the decade, a bubble does not appear imminent nationwide, in California, or in the Bay Area.
Good news for Bay Area homeowners whose list of 2018 new year's resolutions includes a renovation project: Most improvements are expected to turn a profit at the time of sale.
Following our two live November events, Pacific Union has produced six exclusive regional real estate and economic forecasts to 2020 for the Bay Area and Los Angeles County in partnership with John Burns Real Estate Consulting.
More homes should hit the market next year, causing appreciation to slow, although price growth in the Bay Area's two largest metropolitan areas is projected to outstrip the national rate.
Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers a wrap-up of key points discussed at our first-ever Los Angeles Real Estate and Economic Forecast to 2020, which was held on Nov. 29 at the Skirball Cultural Center.
Video: Highlights From Pacific Union’s San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate and Economic Forecast to 2020
Check out this short video clip of highlights from Pacific Union's Bay Area Real Estate and Economic Forecast to 2020.
Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers a wrap-up of key points discussed at our exclusive Bay Area Real Estate and Economic Forecast to 2020, which was held on Nov. 15 in San Francisco.
California home price appreciation should slow next year, although there appears to be no end in sight for the state's severe and prolonged inventory shortage.
Golden State homes should appreciate at almost double the national rate by next spring, though price growth and increasing rental costs do not bode well for affordability.
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