Monthly Archives: March 2016

Chinese developers muscling in to Bay Area housing market

Caption Close The flood of Chinese money into Bay Area housing is coming not just from home buyers. Developers and investors are also building and backing large residential projects here. They mainly want to diversify away from China’s overbuilt market … Continue reading

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Chinese developers muscling in to Bay Area housing market – SFGate

Caption Close The flood of Chinese money into Bay Area housing is coming not just from home buyers. Developers and investors are also building and backing large residential projects here. They mainly want to diversify away from China’s overbuilt market … Continue reading

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Jack London Square sold to LA real estate firm

Jack London Square, a landmark on Oakland’s waterfront, has been sold to the CIM Group, a Los Angeles real estate firm that has its Bay Area office in Oakland, the parties involved in the sale said Friday. The transaction covers … Continue reading

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Bay Area home prices fell in January, but rose year over year

Bay Area home sales and prices fell in January compared with December but rose over January of last year, according to a CoreLogic report released Wednesday. Article source: http://www.sfchronicle.com/business/networth/article/Bay-Area-home-prices-fell-in-January-but-rose-6837724.php

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Bay Area real estate: those underwater mortgages are drying up

Going, going, but not quite gone. We’re talking about homeowners whose mortgages are underwater. A new report from CoreLogic, the real estate information service, shows that 6.4 percent of properties in Alameda and Contra Costa counties remained in negative equity … Continue reading

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