Monthly Archives: January 2018

Zillow names the 10 hottest housing markets in the US for 2018

San Jose, Calif. came in No. 1 in Zillow’s ranking of hottest housing markets, fueled by the still-booming tech companies of Silicon Valley. Raleigh holds the No. 2 spot in Zillow’s annual prediction, with the Research Triangle powering much of … Continue reading

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Bay Area housing: Why does the supply keep shrinking?

(Click here, if you are unable to view this video on your mobile device.) Bay Area housing trends are easily summarized: As the supply of available homes dries up, prices go up. It’s the law of supply and demand. But … Continue reading

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Sound Off: What are your Bay Area real estate predictions for 2018?

A: 2018 should be another robust year in the Bay Area for real estate. San Francisco will continue to experience a strong demand for single-family homes, especially on the north side of town where there is an extreme lack of … Continue reading

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Bay Area housing: Over-asking bids are the new normal

Back in September, a modest ranch house sold in Sunnyvale for $782,000 over its asking price, signaling that the Bay Area housing market was even crazier than it seemed. That sale was extreme: The buyer paid $2,470,000 for a four-bedroom, … Continue reading

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Unpacking the Bay Area housing market: Why does the inventory keep shrinking and will prices ever (gulp) go down?

(Click here, if you are unable to view this video on your mobile device.) Bay Area housing trends are easily summarized: As the supply of available homes dries up, prices go up. It’s the law of supply and demand. But … Continue reading

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