Rising Rents Push Millennials to Become Homeowners

MARCH 30, 2018, , , As the spring home buying season ramps up, we surveyed home shoppers to find out what features they are looking for, what motivates them, and what triggered their home purchase.  This year, the typical spring buyer is on the hunt for a three bedroom, two bathroom home with a garage and up-to-date […]

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Purchase the California Ski Statewide Gold Pass 15% Discount Now

PURCHASE THE SKI CALIFORNIA GOLD PASS FOR A 15% DISCOUNT HURRY, OFFER ENDS NOV. 17, 2017 BUY NOW PROMO CODE: BIGLIFEPASS Here’s why the Gold Pass is a must for serious skiers and riders: Fully Transferable:  Gold Pass is the only season pass that is fully transferable. That means you can loan it to your friends, family or employees! […]

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U.S. Home Prices Rise for the 65th Straight Month

The median sales price for an existing U.S. property was $258,300 in July, an annual gain of 6.2 percent. Inventory declined for the 26th consecutive month, with about 1.92 million homes for sale at the end of July. Homes sold quickly in the Bay Area, an average of 30 days in San Jose and 31 days […]

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Possible good news for buyers: It appears that new home construction is finally on the rise

Possible good news for buyers: It appears that new home construction is finally on the rise in the U.S. Homebuilders have been busy this summer—and that might make the home-buying search better for many Americans on the prowl for the place of their dreams. Builders received 7.4% more permits to put up new homes in June compared […]

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The Bay Area’s Five Fastest Appreciating (and Depreciating) Housing Markets

The Bay Area’s Five Fastest Appreciating (and Depreciating) Housing Markets Home prices rocketed up about 30 percent year over year in the first four months of 2017 in one Marin County community, while they fell by about the same amount in a trendy San Francisco enclave. Find out which 10 Bay Area ZIP codes experienced […]

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