Real Estate News

Pacific Union’s July Real Estate Update
Though median prices in many of our Bay Area markets experienced a slight midsummer cooling from June to July, homes are still in high demand, as low inventory levels and above-list sales prices attest. The median home price topped $1 million in Marin County, and prices in Sonoma County also hit yearly highs. See how all the numbers stack up in Pacific Union’s July Real Estate Update, available at http://bit.ly/16H6AgI
Homes Less Affordable Across California but Still a Bargain Compared With 2007
A recent home-affordability report shows that prices continue to rise beyond the reach of most Californians, but houses are still a bargain compared with six years ago, when only 11 percent of the state’s residents could afford to buy a home. Get the full story at http://bit.ly/13Bh1QH
As Real Estate Markets Evolve, Buying a Home Takes Longer
Buyers today typically mull over thoughts of homeownership for nearly six months before reaching out to a real estate professional for advice. That’s nearly twice as long as one year ago, as buyers react cautiously to today’s real estate environment. Read all about it here: http://bit.ly/16PcX1j
Pacific Union’s Best Marin County Activities
Whether you want to take a scenic hike, buy locally grown produce at a farmers’ market, or catch a show at a cozy venue, Marin County surely has something to fit the bill. Tap our real estate professionals’ local expertise to get the skinny on the region’s top activities, online athttp://bit.ly/14KQ5UE
Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Sales Volume Reaches Seven-Year High
Recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious includes a report that more Bay Area homes were sold in July than at any point since 2006. In addition, California markets no longer lead the U.S. in home inventory-level declines. Get all the news athttp://bit.ly/16ocfZW