Napa April Market Update

Napa April Market Update

As compared to the first 3 quarters of 2018, the market in Napa County has clearly softened: This is a common dynamic around the Bay Area. Changes in the balance between supply and demand in Napa have actually been of lesser magnitude than in a number of other local counties, though still significant. Buyers are still purchasing homes they deem are priced fairly, and we have just recently entered the prime, spring selling season.

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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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Pacific Union Joins Compass

Pacific Union Joins Compass

REAL Trends currently ranks Pacific Union as the No. 5 residential real estate brokerage in America and the No. 1 independent brokerage in California based on 2017 sales volume of $14.1 billion. With the addition of Pacific Union, Compass’ national team will grow to over 6,400 real estate professionals representing $28 billion in sales volume in 2017.

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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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Are Bay Area Housing Markets Getting the Jitters? June’s Median Price Growth Does Not Suggest So.

The Bay Area’s median home price rose by 16 percent from June 2017, ranging from 9 percent growth in San Francisco to a 23 percent gain in Santa Clara County. Continue reading for more stats.

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Napa County 2018 1st Quarter Market Update

Napa County's housing market activity got off to a strong start in 2018.  Inventory remains low and buyers are looking to enter the market before interest rates go up.  Contact me for a free home valuation should you be considering selling or if you are looking to buy.

2018 Quarterly Market Update