Generation Z are so serious about homeownership that they are twice as likely to start saving money earlier than previous generations. Also: Mortgage rates have again reached the highest point since 2011. Check out what's going down in the housing world in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
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Three-quarters of Americans are happy with their neighbors. Also: In California, most residents blame the housing affordability crunch on a somewhat surprising culprit. Stay up to date with the most compelling headlines in Pacific Union's latest weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Silicon Valley posted the most new home listings in the country on an annual basis in September, while the U.S. employment rate has fallen to its lowest level since 1969. Get these and other stories of note from around the housing world in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
A relatively affordable ZIP code in Alameda County ranks among the country's hottest real estate markets this year. Meanwhile, mortgage rates have climbed to a seven-year high. Read more in Pacific Union's latest weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Both the number of Americans who believe that the time is right to sell a home and those who think that the economy is headed in the right direction are at all-time highs as the third quarter ends, though qualifying for a mortgage worries a substantial portion of the population.
Real Estate Roundup: California Claims One-Third of the 20 Fastest-Growing U.S. Luxury Housing Markets
San Mateo and San Francisco counties have the most-expensive luxury home prices in America, while Alameda County's Fremont has once again earned accolades for its family-friendliness. Get the skinny on what's going down in the world of California housing markets in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
While millennials represent the largest group of U.S. homebuyers, they can expect the generation behind them to offer stiff competition in the market, with California a preferred destination for both age brackets.
Another report highlights Silicon Valley's extreme wealth, while more surprisingly, a new study says that San Francisco families have the most disposable income in the U.S. Get the rundown on the latest housing headlines in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Santa Clara, San Mateo, Sonoma, and Marin counties rank among the nation's 20 luxury housing markets with the highest annual price growth.
Seventy-five percent of Americans will not buy their dream home if it does not suit their pets' needs, while a prominent industry expert calls the possibility of a housing market crash near zero. Check out the latest stories of interest in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
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