The evolving housing market is showing potential homebuyers that the economy is changing. The real estate industry is posting significant improvements in national housing figures. Those positive numbers are present in metros across the United States like Santa Clara.
Real estate in Santa Clara is now more Read More
The green movement currently taking place in the United States has spread to metro areas far and wide, and the houses for sale in San Francisco are becoming part of this national trend as sustainable technology invades the city.
New community programs and international conferences are just a few of the perks Read More
San Francisco is enjoying a hot fall indeed when it comes to real estate values. In September of this year, single family homes were at a median list of $899K--over 35% higher than September of 2011. Of course, some readers will point out that asking price is often a more optimistic than realistic figure. In Read More
San Francisco is enjoying a hot fall indeed when it comes to real estate values. In September of this year, single family homes were at a median list of $899K--over 35% higher than September of 2011. Of course, some readers will point out that asking price is often a more optimistic than realistic figure. In this case, the median selling price of $720K was almost 11% higher than it was in 9/2011. These hot numbers have surely been helped by the continued low inventory- San Francisco proper offered up almost 40% fewer single-family homes for sale this September compared to last year.
Finding the right home means more than simply landing a house that is the appropriate size and has the right features and design. While these aspects are important, it is often equally crucial that a potential home is in a good location and in a community that meshes well with the particular tastes and Read More
Real estate in Oakland is no joking matter. As 2012 comes to a close, more people are beginning to look at the Bay Area than ever before, and because San Francisco properties are so expensive, many potential homeowners turn toward the East Bay for discount houses and quality listings.
However, this increased Read More
When it comes to a national housing market, every country has a jewel city that features quality homes, affordable asking prices and low rates of foreclosure. In the United States, this star region is the Bay Area - the houses for sale in San Francisco are among the most coveted in the nation.
While everyone Read More
Even if the homes for sale in the Bay Area are lauded for their property values, great amenities and low asking prices, it is difficult to predict what it will actually be like to live in a local community.
Silicon Valley is also renowned for the quality of life present in its neighborhoods and locales - the Read More
Some of the homes for sale in the Bay Area are unfortunately underwater due to the housing crisis of the mid-2000s, but recently, the number of foreclosed homes in San Francisco has dropped dramatically as the regional housing market continues to improve.
This is great news for seller in the Bay Area, but it Read More
While some people love the colonial architecture and early American designs of homes in the Northeast, others seek modern properties that incorporate the sleek lines and innovative technology of the current world.
There is no better place than Northern California to find to avant-garde property. The homes Read More
Affordable housing is a big draw for potential homeowners looking in a metro area. If quality homes can be secured at bargain-basement prices, available inventory is going to shoot down as demand surges.
The homes for sale in the Bay Area are among the hottest commodities in the United States right now. In Read More