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The U.S. real estate market is nearly stabilized with several of our local markets recovering faster than the nation, Concord being one of them. The median sale price has increased year over year by 9%, from $440,000 to $477,500. As you can see by the graph, the median sale price has remained ve...
10/13/2014
The U.S. real estate market is nearly stabilized with several of our local markets recovering faster than the nation. Year over year numbers in Alamo have spiked exponentially, with a 31% increase in median sale price and a 38% increase in the number of units sold. Alamo has seen increases all a...
10/13/2014
A classic. You've Been Diagnosed with HGTV Syndrome - Richmond VA Real Estate HGTV is a fun escape for many of us and a glimpse into the world of all things real estate and DIY. Even though I can work up to 80 hours a week as a Richmond VA Realtor, I still can't help myself and indulge in an epis...
09/25/2014
Dear Home Buyer or Seller,   You've been so patient with the real estate industry and for that, those of us who know what we're doing, are eternally grateful. You've been suffering through poor performance for so long that you now trust a website more than the agent you meet at an open house. We...
09/16/2014
      The Walnut Creek real estate market has remained pretty steady throughout typically slow summer months, though we saw decreases across the board in August, aside from the median sale price which is the case in most Bay Area cities. The median sale price in August 2013 was $812,500 and this ...
09/08/2014
San Leandro’s real estate market this summer has been more quiet than in recent years likely due to intense demand and constrained inventory. This, coupled with increased prices has some homebuyers sitting out the action as they wait for the supply-and-demand ratio to stabilize. In San Leandro s...
09/08/2014
The Pleasant Hill real estate market is generally slow at this time of year. And now that vacations are likely over and school has resumed things may turn a corner once Fall hits. Currently there is an intense demand and constrained inventory, in addition to homebuyers sitting this market out. A...
09/08/2014
The Orinda real estate market differs from so many other Bay Area cities. And this can be seen through another month in Orinda. Summer is typically quite slow for the real estate market and picks up in Fall once vacations have slowed down and school has started. Well, summer wasn’t so slow in Or...
09/08/2014
The Martinez real estate market, like many Bay Area cities is slow during the summer months and tends to pick up after school has started and vacations have passed during Fall. This summer has been more quiet than in recent years likely due to intense demand and constrained inventory. This, coup...
09/08/2014
  This summer has been more quiet for the Bay Area real estate market than in recent years, which is likely due to intense demand and constrained inventory. This, coupled with increased prices has some homebuyers sitting out the action as they wait for the supply-and-demand ratio to stabilize. I...
09/06/2014
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