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The following was submitted for publication by the California Desert Association of Realtors: The Coachella Valley's real estate market, like California's, has indeed recovered and has been in a "recovery mode" for some time, real estate economist Leslie Appleton-Young told The California Desert Association of REALTORSAŽ April 17. Speaking before ... (more)
It was a slow start to the new year when it comes to the Tri-Cities housing market, but realtors expect that to turn around.
The government is expected to hike the housing tax to cool down surging realty prices, and local realtors and builders have cast doubts on the new policy.
When the housing bubble burst, some of the hardest-hit markets around the nation were the "exurbs" - bedroom communities built far from job centers in high-cost housing markets to provide single-family homes for workers who are willing to become road warriors.
But the inflating and subsequent burst of the housing bubble has left many skeptical of the long-term value of owning a home.
We have all been waiting for the weather to unleash stronger economic activity, particularly for the housing market.
More than half of the Dallas area's neighborhoods have had declines in home sales so far this year - some of them significant.
Home sales in the Sacramento region were stuck in an odd rut in March, traditionally the start of the spring homebuying season.
The adage "safe as houses" has been an oxymoron since the global financial crisis.
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages fell this week for the second straight week as the spring home-buying season begins.
This photo provided by David Ogilvy & Associates shows Copper Beech Farm. The 12-bedroom waterfront estate on 50 acres in wealthy Greenwich has been sold for $120 million.
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Last week, we wrote about the fact that much of San Francisco is zoned for buildings shorter than 40 feet - with many areas not even developing to that limit - and provided some of the historical factors that have made things that way.
Open houses are drawing crowds and multiple offers across the Bay Area as buyers send prices soaring in a competition for the scant number of homes for sale.
California home prices surged to a six-year high in March amid lackluster sales at the start of the traditional buying season, a research firm said Wednesday.