San Francisco’s luxury condos are being purchased by wealthy buyers who have an unquenchable thirst for high-end real estate but don’t live in the city.
The latest residential data shows key indicators in housing are mixed. The market is said to be recovering, but not yet recovered.
Empty lots will soon turn into Newark’s first new housing in years. But most people will be priced out, and city leaders may prefer it that way.
A new report from ZipRealty finds Oakland homes appreciating at a faster rate than San Francisco in the last year.
More and more, home buyers are bringing a once-rare tactic to the negotiation — all-cash offers. In San Francisco, a lot of those buyers are coming from China.
The National Association of Realtors has produced an annual report on trends among home buyers and sellers, breaking down behavioral differences by generation.
Spring 2014 housing indicators tell us that procrastination is not the way forward for buyers.
There’s some good news in the forecast. According to Dr. Kolko of the real estate site Trulia, we are coming out of the housing recession.
Due to frigid conditions in much of the nation, February’s real estate wrap-up required boots and a shovel, as well as deeper pockets.
Today’s uber-connected home buyer typically finds open houses digitally. What does this mean for the real estate industry?