Napa Valley Open Houses this Weekend

Napa Valley Open Houses this Weekend

The market is heating up and we are finally seeing an influx of inventory. If you are looking to buy a home in Napa now is a great time to be looking. Interest rates are still low and with more inventory prices are more competitive. I would love to work with you to find your place in the Napa Valley.

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The New Year Should Bring New Opportunities for Bay Area Home Buyers

The New Year Should Bring New Opportunities for Bay Area Home Buyers

Bay Area home sales were up by 1 percent year over year in 2018, while the median price rose by 12 percent. Compass Chief Economist Selma Hepp weighs in on December and overall 2018 market activity.

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You had better move fast if you want to buy a home in these spots

You had better move fast if you want to buy a home in these spots

Burlingame tops the list with homes in San Mateo County selling in an average of 13 days in the second quarter. Over the past three years, Burlingame homes have never stayed on the market longer than 24 days. Check out all of the Bay Area's fastest-paced housing markets on the Pacific Union Blog.

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Festival Napa Valley Free Concerts this Week

Festival Napa Valley Free Concerts this Week

Every July, Napa Valley is on stage. Breathtaking performances in iconic wine country settings are paired with Napa Valley’s unparalleled food, wine and hospitality. Festival Napa Valley offers programs that uplift and inspire, and attract artists and audiences from the world over. The annual celebration of the art of life has transformed Napa Valley into a cultural destination.

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California, Bay Area Home Price Growth Continues to Outpace U.S. Rate

  • Home prices in the San Francisco metropolitan area and California grew by a respective 8.9 percent and 8.0 percent in November on an annual basis.
  • California home prices are projected to increase by 8.4 percent year over year by November 2018, compared with a forecast of 4.2 percent appreciation nationwide.
  • Affordability is not projected to improve in the coming year barring a significant uptick in new construction.

While U.S. home price appreciation is expected to moderate in the coming year, price growth in California should increase slightly, putting it at double the national rate by the end of 2018.