Nine in 10 U.S. metropolitan areas saw annual home price increases in the first quarter of 2018, with Silicon Valley putting up the highest appreciation in the country.
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More than two-thirds of U.S. housing markets were not affordable in the first quarter of this year -- including all major counties in California
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Home prices in the San Jose metropolitan area spiked by more than 25 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017, while Bay Area home shoppers are increasingly using escalation clauses to help them navigate bidding wars. Get the latest on local housing-market news in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Less than one in three Californians could afford to purchase a home in the fourth quarter, with affordability conditions declining in every Bay Area county from one year earlier.
Pending home sales continued their skid in California and the Bay Area in October due to shrinking inventory, with the state's eroding affordability conditions remaining real estate professionals' chief concern.
Inventory shortages continue to drive up Golden State home prices, further reducing the number of households that can afford to purchase a home. Here in the Bay Area, affordability improved slightly from the second quarter, though four local counties have the most difficult conditions in the state.
Some welcome news for Bay Area home shoppers: Affordability increased in every local county in the third quarter. Unfortunately, the region's home price growth continues to outpace wage growth for the most part.
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