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Bay Area Real Estate Market Update

California Real Estate Heats Up As Inventory Remains Low California continues to deal with limited listing inventory, which is resulting in an increase in buyer interest, attendance to open houses and multiple buyer offers. The job growth and a strong

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The Smartest Home Improvements for 2017

Why not add home improvements to your 2017 resolutions? The New Year is a great time to begin thinking about home improvement projects. Here are a few tasks to kick off in 2017. Replace Your Garage Door Your garage door

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Bay Area Housing Market Turns in Strong Performance in 2016

The Bay Area housing market had its challenges in 2016, including low inventory of homes for sale, rising prices that challenged would-be buyers, and political uncertainty with the presidential election. But despite the headwinds, this turned out to be a

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Bay Area Suburbs Enjoying a Surge in Home Sales – Plus Update on Bay Area County Home Sales

  Home sales in the nine-county Bay Area turned in their best September last month since 2009, with suburban counties enjoying the strongest gains, according to a recent report by CoreLogic, the real estate information services company. Contra Costa, Solano

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Bay Area Real Estate Market Update

Several Factors Keeping Bay Area Inventory at Multi-Year Lows Bay Area home sales last month were once again slowed by a severe shortage of properties for sale. A total of 4,376 new and existing houses and condos sold in the

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Why Now May Be a Good Time for Move-Up Buyers


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US job market recovers losses yet appears weaker

1.       The U.S. economy has finally regained the jobs lost to the Great Recession. But go easy on the hallelujahs. The comeback is far from complete.   2.       Employers added 217,000 workers in May, more than enough to surpass the

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