Some housing trends come and go, barely staying long enough to make a serious impact upon most Americans' lives. However, other factors manage to gain a foothold and have a lingering impact. The United States green building market is continuing to grow, according to McGraw-Hill Construction's 2013 Read More
MC Hammer, a rapper known for hits including "U Can't Touch This" and "2 Legit 2 Quit," is bringing Hammertime back to Oakland. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Convention and Visitors Bureau is partnering with the rapper in an effort to bring newcomers to the Read More
In many ways, the city of Berkeley is centered around the university that employs many of its citizens and educates a large number of its residents. The school's campus stretches across much of the city, and its graduates often remain in the area after graduating to start or join local businesses. Read More
Very few things improve a metro's housing market more quickly than a strengthening economy. A growing number of high-paying jobs helps encourage new residents to buy homes and plant roots in a region. With this in mind, there may be more people considering the homes for sale in Berkeley, as recent Read More
A strong economic sector is a crucial aspect of a metro's ability to maintain growth and attract new residents. As unemployment remains stubbornly high across the country, cities that are adding jobs have become increasingly attractive destinations for job-seekers. In this light, Santa Clara, with its Read More
The Bay Area, and San Francisco in particular, is a top destination for many relocating Americans. People flock to the metro area to experience a relaxed atmosphere, temperate weather and one of the best housing markets in the United States.
People are always moving into the homes for sale in San Francisco, Read More
Colleges and universities are important parts of the communities in which they reside. Well-regarded institutions of higher learning help local economies by attracting new residents to live and shop in the area. Furthermore, a large body of creative and engaged students helps the city bolster its Read More
The homes for sale in San Francisco have long been a part of the rising tide of housing confidence in the greater Bay Area. As 2012 comes to a close, the statistics associated with these properties are still trending upward.
San Francisco is among the most lauded cities in the entire United States, but as Read More
As 2012 comes to a close, many housing experts are looking toward the upcoming year to gauge how the real estate market will do. Real estate professionals are trying to forecast whether the gains made in 2012 will continue or if the current steady growth will stall over the next twelve months.
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The relationship between cities in the Bay Area is like any multi-faceted American family. San Francisco is the straight-A, popular student who is also the star quarterback in high school, while San Jose to the south is the quirky sibling that loves technology and computer science. Oakland, however, is the Read More