The year 2018 is already almost halfway over, and more home price growth is expected for the remainder, with the nation's serious inventory shortage still a problem for the near future -- especially at the low end of the market.
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Homebuyer demand remains vigorous this spring, with properties selling at the fastest rate on record in April. Catch up on the latest housing headlines of note in Pacific Union's latest weekly Real Estate Roundup.
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.
Millennials remain the most active U.S. homebuyers, though tight inventory conditions, strong price growth, student debt, and higher costs of living remain challenges to ownership for that generation.
The inaugural month of 2018 continued U.S. housing market trends observed over the past few years: further deteriorating inventory -- particularly for entry-level homes -- and more price appreciation.
America's housing market had its best year for sales in more than a decade in 2017, despite the tightest supply conditions on record.
The thriving U.S. economy pushed home sales to the highest pace in more than a decade in November, with Bay Area cities once again topping the list of the country's hottest real estate markets.
Oakland, San Jose, and Fremont are among the nation's most recovered cities from the Great Recession, and the latter's economy will get a boost from Facebook's expansion. Get the latest housing headlines of note in Pacific Union's Real Estate Roundup.
Strong homebuyer demand and insufficient inventory once again drove appreciation in more than 90 percent of U.S. markets in the third quarter, with prices in the San Jose metro area growing at more than three times the national rate.
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