Bay Area Housing Markets Highly Unaffordable for Low-Down-Payment Buyers

Although nine out of 10 U.S. homes are more affordable than their historic averages for buyers using low-down-payment programs, that’s not the case here in the Bay Area, according to a recent report. In a study conducted with Down Payment … Continue reading

Golden State Real Estate Markets Stay Sizzling in June

Demand for homes in California showed no sign of cooling as summer officially began, with three Bay Area cities named among the nation’s five most booming real estate markets. In a new report, Realtor.com ranks the hottest U.S. real estate markets … Continue reading

Pacific Union Weekly Update

Wealthy Americans Propel Vacation Home Sales to New High One in five U.S. properties sold in 2014 was a vacation home, the result of a thriving economy and strong consumer confidence. Read more at http://bit.ly/1JUFCp5 California, Bay Area Job Markets Continue … Continue reading

Real Estate Statistics April 2015

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Weekly Update January

Pacific Union Earns Prestigious Award for Custom Technology Tool

Pacific Union is pleased to share the news that we recently won a prestigious accolade for our custom-built digital tool, which allows real estate professionals to give high-quality client presentations with the click of a button. The Web Marketing Association … Continue reading

Worried About Interest Rates? Just Be Glad It’s Not the 1980s

Rising interest rates are a real concern today, but a recent blog post on Freddie Mac’s website helps put the topic in perspective. The average interest rate on a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage this week was 4.4 percent, up from 4.32 percent last week … Continue reading

Homebuyers Are Happy, Led by Millennials

Recent homebuyers are overwhelmingly happy with their purchases, according to a recent survey, but the reasons why depend on the age of the buyer. Most younger buyers consider their homes strong investments, while older buyers view their new homes as … Continue reading

California, Bay Area Economic Recovery Still Going Strong

As we reported earlier this week, Freddie Mac recently issued a sunny 2014 forecast for the U.S. housing market but noted that job growth will play a key role in the ongoing recovery. California’s February unemployment report bolsters Freddie Mac’s optimistic outlook here in … Continue reading

Home Prices in Three Bay Area Counties Near the Million-Dollar Mark

If home prices in certain parts of the Bay Area continue their steady rise, even more buyers will find themselves staring at seven-figure price tags in the near future. Strong appreciation over the past year has pushed the median single-family … Continue reading