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.
RISMedia’s Real Estate Magazine has again named Pacific Union one of the nation’s top “Power Brokers.” The company ranked 18th in the nation in sales, up from 23rd last year. In number of transactions we rank 125th, up from 170th in 2012.
Pacific Union held onto its spot as the third-largest real estate firm in the Bay Area, according to an annual ranking by San Francisco Business Times. But we’re especially proud of our sales growth over the past year — up 45 percent from 2011 to 2012, far ahead of any other brokerage.
Strong demand from international buyers is fueling much of the growth in many of the world’s top destinations, according to a luxury home sales report from Christie’s International Real Estate.
The year 2012 was exceptionally busy in the Bay Area, with the housing recovery in full swing and most of our regions reporting their highest number of home sales since 2005. Pacific Union’s fourth-quarter real estate report has the facts and numbers behind the good news, and it sets the stage for a robust year ahead!