Category Archive for: ‘The Mercury News’

Bay Area In Migrants Are Younger And Earn More Than Out Migrants

Bay Area In-Migrants Are Younger and Earn More Than Out-Migrants

Between 2005 and 2016, people moving to the Bay Area earned almost $13,000 more per year than those leaving. Bay Area in-migrants are about two years younger...
Will Increased Homeowner Confidence Equal More Listings

Will Increased Homeowner Confidence Equal More Listings?

Nearly three-quarters of homeowners think that it’s currently a good time to put a property on the market. Americans are less confident in the...
U S Bay Area Home Prices Hit New Record Highs In May

U.S., Bay Area Home Prices Hit New Record Highs in May

Both existing and new U.S. home prices surpassed their all-time peaks in May, a respective $252,800 and $345,800. Home prices in the nine-county Bay Area...
California Bay Area Property Tax Rates Are Lower Than The National Average

California, Bay Area Property-Tax Rates Are Lower Than the National Average

Bay Area residents are no stranger to exorbitant housing prices and a general high cost of living, so prospective homebuyers will be relieved to learn that...
California At The Bottom For U S Housing Affordability

California at the Bottom for U.S. Housing Affordability

November 16, 2016 by Pacific Union • Posted in Market Conditions Although affordability inched up in most Bay Area counties in the third quarter, California...