Home prices remained solid across of all Pacific Union’s regions in the third quarter, while inventory slightly expanded in many, offering relief for buyers. Get an in-depth look into market conditions in the Bay Area and Tahoe/Truckee in our comprehensive Q3 quarterly report.
Looking for something to do this weekend? The East Bay has plenty to satisfy, including an outdoor beer festival, a top-notch farmers’ market, and more. Find out which East Bay attractions our highly knowledgeable real estate professionals recommend.
With a top-notch selection of restaurants and easy access to public transportation and highways, North Oakland’s Temescal neighborhood is one of the city’s rising stars.
An excellent school district, eclectic restaurant selection, and favorable waterfront location help make the East Bay city of Albany an attractive choice for homebuyers of all types.
Berkeley’s Elmwood neighborhood is a desirable destination, known for its mix of attractive, older homes, a vibrant restaurant and shopping district, and easy access to transportation.
Tight supplies of homes for sale have stymied would-be buyers in the Bay Area – and in many parts of California and the U.S. – for many long months. Have housing inventories finally hit bottom?
With its tree-lined streets, gourmet restaurants, charming homes, and great public transit, Rockridge remains one of Oakland’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
April home prices continued to post solid gains across the Bay Area and the Tahoe/Truckee region in April, with the median price for single-family homes reaching $1 million in San Francisco for the first time in more than five years and the median price in our Sonoma Valley region jumping 65 percent over the past year.
An increasing number of sellers are putting their homes on the market in Napa County this spring, and other regions in the Bay Area and Tahoe/Truckee are also seeing more homes for sale after months of exceptionally tight inventories.
After record-breaking results in 2012, real estate activity in the first quarter suggests 2013 will once again reach new highs. Pacific Union’s Quarterly Real Estate Report has the facts and numbers behind the good news.