Tag: #Realestate

Iconic Fleishhacker (Green Gables) estate could set a sales record in Woodsdie, California

A view of the main house from the pond at Green Gables. For the first time in more than 100 years the Fleishhacker estate (Green Gables) in Woodside is on the market. One of Woodside’s oldest estates, the 75-acre Fleishhacker property known as Green… Continue Reading “Iconic Fleishhacker (Green Gables) estate could set a sales record in Woodsdie, California”

Real Estate Market Update: 2019 Mortgage Rates Are the Lowest in California

  Posted onFebruary 18, 2019 by Compass Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. CALIFORNIA HOMEBUYERS ENJOY THE LOWEST MORTGAGE RATES IN AMERICA Although California claimed four of the nation’s five most expensive real estate markets in the fourth… Continue Reading “Real Estate Market Update: 2019 Mortgage Rates Are the Lowest in California”

Mega Millions lottery winner is selling his California mountain estate for $26 million

  This massive property comes with a buffalo ranch, steakhouse, and saloon.The sprawling estate sits on 845 acres on Little San Gorgonio Mountain in the town of Oak Glen He bought the house in 2014 for $5.5 million and expanded the estate to 845… Continue Reading “Mega Millions lottery winner is selling his California mountain estate for $26 million”

157-acre Hilltop plot in LA is being pitched as the city’s most expensive listing ever at $1,000,000,000.00 (1 Billion)

  Listed by Pacific union Real Estate   This undeveloped property in Los Angeles, promoted as the Mountain of Beverly Hills, “is a crown jewel,” its listing agent, Aaron Kirman, said. “For that billionaire who wants that privacy on the highest peak of Beverly… Continue Reading “157-acre Hilltop plot in LA is being pitched as the city’s most expensive listing ever at $1,000,000,000.00 (1 Billion)”

Real Estate Roundup: Home Price Growth Projected to Slow in 2018

September 25, 2017 by Pacific Union • Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. MODEST HOME SALES, PRICE GAINS EXPECTED NEXT YEAR The national housing inventory crunch is not expected to ease in the coming year, though more new… Continue Reading “Real Estate Roundup: Home Price Growth Projected to Slow in 2018”

Real Estate: Rising Home Sales and Prices Projected for 2017

November 7, 2016 by Pacific Union • Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. 2017 FORECAST: STEADY RISE IN HOME SALES, PRICES Next year will see steady growth in existing-home sales and prices, with stronger growth in 2018, according to… Continue Reading “Real Estate: Rising Home Sales and Prices Projected for 2017”

Spring RE Market Is Here What Does The Market Bare

Buyers and sellers alike have been waiting for the spring season to start.  Buyers in hope that inventories would expand and sellers in hope they would not and they could offer their home at higher prices.The entire process of wishing and hoping is the… Continue Reading “Spring RE Market Is Here What Does The Market Bare”

Understanding Real Estate Closing Costs

Real estate closing costs often take buyers by surprise because they are uninformed regarding the extent and source of these costs.  Generally, closing costs are around or under ½ of a percent of the total purchase price, excluding any points the buyer may be paying on their loan.  Thus,… Continue Reading “Understanding Real Estate Closing Costs”