Monthly Archives: August 2015

5 Walk-Through Surprises and How to Avoid Them

A house may look one way when it is decorated and furnished, but once vacated, bumps and bruises may show that could cause a wrench in the closing. Here are five common issues that arise during a walk-through and how

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The Nation’s Housing Market Back to Pre-Recession Levels

The Nation’s Housing Market Back to Pre-Recession Levels   The Bay Area’s housing market has been extremely hot for some time now, but it has taken other parts of the country a while longer to get back on track from

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Bay Area Home Prices Near Record High as Sales Soar – Update on Current Market by County

  Bay Area home prices are nearing their pre-recession all-time highs as sales all around the Bay soar, according to a recent report by CoreLogic, the La Jolla-based real estate information firm. The median price of all new and existing

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Wants vs. Needs When Buying a Home: How to Tell Them Apart

As a home buyer, visiting a home that seems to have everything you need can have you second guessing your top budget — and your perception about what you can live without. Here’s how to make your list of wants

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