Offered at $547,000
Sold for $545,000
Great single family home featuring three bedrooms, two baths, a large eat in kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a rear yard, and an attached garage!
The vast majority of U.S. residential real estate markets saw price growth in 2015, squeezing affordability in many parts of the country. That’s especially true here in the Bay Area, where home prices are three to four times the national average.
Bay Area home shoppers who ventured out in the first month of 2016 were in luck, as the amount of homes for sale expanded in every one of our regions, although conditions still mostly favor sellers. See how 2016 kicked off in the world of Northern California real estate in our January real estate report.
Silicon Valley communities are again making news for their high leves of wealth and education, accounting for four of the five most affluent communities in America. We take a look at recent home sales activity in these and other high-end Bay Area enclaves that rank among the country’s 20 richest.
Home sellers in three Bay Area counties cashed out big-time in 2016, while residents of Portland, Oregon, are blaming rising home prices on an influx of Californians. Take a look at the week’s top headlines in our Real Estate Roundup.
Homes and home prices in the region got plenty of attention as Super Bowl 50 came to town. Out-of-owners learned that real estate is a contact sport in the Bay Area.
Within walking distance of downtown and brimming with Sonoma County history, Petaluma’s Midtown neighborhood is a popular choice with first-time buyers, thanks to both its convenience and relatively affordable homes.
Golden State real estate continued to command high demand in the inaugural month of 2016, with the Bay Area’s largest two cities once again ranked as the nation’s hottest.