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.
Owning a home remains a crucial part of achieving the American Dream, and financial gain is not the primary reason.
Whether you’re in the market for a fixer-upper or are planning to renovate your home instead of moving, plan well in advance, as remodeling firms are currently in high demand — especially in the Bay Area.
The weather is perfect, and you are enjoying hanging out in your backyard. It’s time for lunch or dinner, but you don’t want to have to go inside. Maybe it’s time to think about installing that outdoor kitchen.
Whether you’re a dog person or a cat person, there are some modifications you can make to your home to best accommodate your four-legged friend.
More news that coincides with National Home Improvement Month: First-time buyers pumped quite a bit more money into renovations in 2016 than they did the previous year, and they’re especially keen on installing smart technologies.
There’s no way around it: If you are a new parent or are new to having children in your home, you will need to make a few adjustments. Some of these modifications are free, easy, and intuitive, while other will require a little more effort and perhaps a small investment.