As homeowners spend more time entertaining, socializing, and working in their kitchens, remodelers are finding that their jobs are all about enhancing the flow to both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Pending home sales were on the rise both statewide and here in the Bay Area in December, a sign that points to a moderate increase in activity in 2016.
Although California unemployment claims ticked up slightly in the final month of 2015, job growth was solid, foreshadowing what will hopefully be another a bright year ahead for the state’s labor and housing markets.
Mortgage rates have dropped every year thus far in 2016, while the construction of Super Bowl City is projected to cause traffic madness in downtown San Francisco. Get a look at the latest headlines in our weekly Real Estate Roundup.
Some of the newest and hottest design ideas at this week’s International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas are old favorites in the Bay Area and the rest of California.
A significant number of new homes built on spacious lots, along with excellent public schools, have helped make Palo Alto’s Midtown neighborhood an increasingly popular choice with Silicon Valley families over the past few years.
Golden State and Bay Area home sales rebounded as 2015 came to a close, say the latest numbers from the California Association of Realtors. That, combined with fewer new listings, exacerbated already tight inventory conditions statewide and locally.
Bay Area homeowners continue to underestimate what their home is worth — bucking the national trend — while Mark Zuckerberg’s Mission District neighbors are irritated at him again. Get a quick look at the most compelling headlines in our weekly Real Estate Roundup.
A survey by Fannie Mae found that Americans are increasingly optimistic about housing market conditions, encouraged by a growing confidence in their personal financial outlook and the U.S. economy in general.