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!
Recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious includes a report that older Americans have formed the most households in 2015. And if you think your commute is a beast, check out how far some Bay Area residents travel to get between home and the office.
October is here. If you’re a buyer in the Bay Area or the Lake Tahoe/Truckee region, you need to act fast to make your dream a reality in 2015. Need an incentive? It’s likely that the superlow interest rates of recent years will soon be a memory.
Homebuyers in the Lake Tahoe/Truckee region are even more active than usual this fall thanks to the brewing El Niño and the hopes that it brings plenty of fresh powder to the Sierra Nevada range. And while the private Martis Valley community of Schaffer’s Mill is indeed a fine place to enjoy many memorable ski seasons, residents have no shortage of things to do regardless of the time of year.
California cities account for more than half of the nation’s hottest real estate markets as autumn gets underway, with San Francisco at the top of the list for the fourth consecutive month.
Homeownership levels across the country have been steadily dropping for the past eight years, evidence that the U.S. housing-market recovery is still a work in progress. And both nationwide and here in the Bay Area, fewer homeowners face a cost burden than do renters, thanks in part to low mortgage rates.
Recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious includes an index that calls the decision whether to purchase or rent property in the San Francisco metro area a draw. Additionally, another analysis says that a Tudor home is worth three times as much as a more common Ranch-style home.
Three out of four millennial renters plan to buy a home, although most of them plan to wait a few years before making a move. Perhaps not surprisingly, expensive regions of the country such as the Bay Area have lower rates of expected Generation Y homeowners.