Month: May 2018

      Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. PERSISTENT INVENTORY CONSTRAINTS SUPPRESS APRIL U.S. HOME SALES Both homebuyer demand and tight inventory conditions continued in April, holding back sales and causing properties to fly…

Northwest Portlands: Tower House

  The Tower House is perched on a small shelf along steep topography downhill from NW Cornell Road. It touches the ground lightly and is built up rather than out. The house is accessed by a thin steel pedestrian bridge that meets the house…

Pacific Union Real Estate will provide the public a peek at its private / off-market / pocket listings

Stephanie Leveene (left) and her wife, Nicol Hammond, sold their San Jose condo with out the MLS and bought this home in Hayward. Pacific Union International, California’s second-largest residential real estate broker by volume, is launching a new service this week that will give…

Early snow melt equals full lakes, camp ground openings, Excellent Memorial Day outdoor outlook !

        For most three-day weekends, looking for a campsite, a full lake or a fish to cast to, can make you feel like a prisoner of hope. Not this year. Play your cards right, and there will be no despair when…

April 2018 Real Estate Roundup Update [Bay Area – Lake Tahoe]

May 9, 2018 by Pacific Union • Posted in Featured Posts, Pacific Union Monthly Real Estate Updates All Bay Area regions in which Pacific Union operates posted year-over-year median home price increases in April, except Napa County, which saw slight annual depreciation. Six regions saw double-digit percentage-point annual appreciation,…

Real Estate Roundup: Is Now the Best Time Ever to Sell a Home?

  May 14, 2018 by Pacific Union • Posted in Featured Posts, Weekly Real Estate News Roundups Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. AMERICANS’ CONFIDENCE IN THE HOUSING MARKET CLIMBS TO ALL-TIME HIGH Rising home prices and a strong U.S….