More than three-quarters of new homes in both Northern and Southern California come equipped with the latest and greatest technologies. And one San Francisco neighborhood is being called the hottest in the country. See what's shaking in the housing world in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
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The Bay Area's run as the hottest U.S. real estate market has ended -- at least temporarily -- while housing costs for local first-time buyers have risen significantly over the past year. Get the lowdown on the top housing-market headlines in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Over the past decade, expensive coastal metropolitan areas with thriving economies and limited housing stock have attracted younger, more educated, and higher-paid Americans, pushing other residents out and keeping home prices elevated.
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.
This short video clip offers major highlights from Pacific Union's first-ever Los Angeles Real Estate and Economic Outlook to 2020, which was held in partnership with John Burns Real Estate Consulting on Nov. 29.
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.
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.
Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines the implications of the devastating Wine Country fires on the Napa and Sonoma county real estate markets.
A pair of housing market forecasts call for slowing price appreciation next year, while mortgage rates have risen for the first time in almost two months. Catch these and other headlines of interest in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
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