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.
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Anyone who was financially able to purchase a home in California before the dot-com bubble popped is probably feeling pretty good about that decision today, as the state has since produced more than 1,100 owners who became millionaires simply by selling.
Home price gains continue to outstrip wage growth as the second quarter comes to an end, with three Bay Area counties ranking among the nation's five least affordable.
Hot on the heels of a report that both California and Bay Area home prices reached new highs in May comes news that U.S. home prices followed suit, once again the result of more buyer demand than properties for sale.
A continued shortage of homes for sale pushed California's median home sales price to a new record for the first time since the previous housing boom, with the Bay Area recording double-digit percent annual growth for the 11th straight month.
California continued to create jobs in May, with the unemployment rate remaining at an all-time low. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers her perspective on the latest employment trends in California, the Bay Area, and Los Angeles.
A thriving economy and rising home equity have helped pushed mortgage delinquencies to the lowest point since before the Great Recession, with San Francisco claiming the best late-payment rate of any large U.S. city.
Strong year-over-year home price appreciation continued in the Bay Area in May, pushing the median sales price to $1 million. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers an in-depth analysis of the latest Bay Area real estate market conditions.
Pacific Union CEO Mark A. McLaughlin weighs in on why the discount real estate brokerage business model may not benefit Bay Area home sellers.
California's unemployment rate fell to a new record low of 4.2 percent in April, with employers adding 39,300 jobs during the month. California has now gained nearly 3 million jobs since the economic expansion began in February 2010, according to Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp.
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