Monthly Archives: July 2021

‘Present-day redlining’: A Black homeowner says her Oakland property was undervalued by $400K

But then came the appraisal. In two new discrimination complaints filed with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on Wednesday, Robinson says she was lowballed by around $400,000 on the value of her property, largely because she and … Continue reading

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More homes on market in Bay Area, report finds – here’s what that means for buyers, sellers

“We just saw four straight month-over-month gains in the Bay Area, after seeing it drop more than 17% in a month as recently as January,” said Matt Kreamer, a data spokesperson for Zillow. “That’s a sign that the market might … Continue reading

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Berkeley sells the most homes over asking price in the country, report finds

The real estate website looked at sales in nearly 1,500 U.S. cities during the first three months of 2021, comparing the final sales price with the last-known list price to calculate the list.  One Berkeley home made national news in … Continue reading

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Virtual Real Estate Roundtable – The Exodus Is Ending

As we pull out of the pandemic, our real estate panel takes the pulse of the Bay Area market — and finds thriving signs of life. As open space and pools continue to top client wish lists, this Los Altos … Continue reading

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The national real estate market is cooling off (unlike San Francisco)

As are most things related to Bay Area housing, the answer is complicated. Nationally, the market does appear to be slowing down, said Daryl Fairweather, the chief economist at housing site Redfin.  “We’re going from 100 mph to 80 mph,” … Continue reading

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