San Francisco has returned to the top of a list of the nation's hottest real estate markets, while Santa Rosa has seen the number of millennial homeowners surge over the past decade. Get the latest housing news of note in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
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Good news for Bay Area homeowners whose list of 2018 new year's resolutions includes a renovation project: Most improvements are expected to turn a profit at the time of sale.
A Bay Area suburb has been named 2017's hottest residential real estate market, while Google has plans to bring plenty more workers to Silicon Valley. Get your post-holiday housing news fix in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
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.
The economic fundamentals that fuel mortgage performance are at their healthiest levels in two decades, causing delinquency rates to fall nationwide, in the Golden State, and across the Bay Area.
How did Wine Country real estate markets behave in the aftermath of October's devastating wildfires? Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp digs into the latest market statistics for Napa, Sonoma, and Marin counties.
Despite the high cost of purchasing a home in the Bay Area, most local markets are still within their normal value ranges, although that is not projected to be the case five years from now.
Oakland, San Jose, and San Francisco workers saw some of the largest income gains last year. And San Francisco no longer ranks as the country's least-affordable housing market. Peruse the latest housing market headlines in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Pacific Union Sonoma Valley Regional Executive and Vice President of Relocation Services Jill Silvas offers her firsthand perspective on the aftermath of the Wine Country wildfires.
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.
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