Bay Area home prices rose for the 69th straight month in December, while rents mostly held steady or dropped. Check out the week's most notable housing headlines in Pacific Union's Real Estate Roundup. It’s online at http://pacunion.us/2nAGyN6
Having excellent credit is a key factor in obtaining a mortgage, so it comes as welcome news for the economy and the housing market that Americans' credit scores rose again in 2017, though the fact that debt has reached a record high somewhat tempers the picture. For details, go online to http://pacunion.us/2nmQABe
Bay Area tech heavyweights not only create innovative products that change the world, they also provide their employees with an overwhelming sense of satisfaction. Read more at http://pacunion.us/2nqcB20
Home price appreciation continued across the board as 2017 neared its end, with San Jose again posting the highest annual gain of any major U.S. metropolitan area. Details are at http://pacunion.us/2npioF3
Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines millennial population and homeownership trends in California and the Bay Area. You’ll find it exclusively at http://pacunion.us/2s4HYDU
Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers her expert perspective on November's U.S. employment report.http://pacunion.us/2nFdMNu (Promotional image: iStock/Rawpixel)
Oakland, San Jose, and Fremont are among the nation's most recovered cities from the Great Recession, and the latter's economy will get a boost from Facebook's expansion. Get the latest housing headlines of note in Pacific Union's Real Estate Roundup. It’s online at http://pacunion.us/2AzrOFF
Pending home sales continued their skid in California and the Bay Area in October due to shrinking inventory, with the state's eroding affordability conditions remaining real estate professionals' chief concern. For more information, go to http://pacunion.us/2nbAaOo
San Jose and San Francisco once again had the most equity-rich homeowners in the U.S. in the third quarter. In other news, lenders think more first-time homebuyers will enter the market next year with the help of low-down-payment mortgages. Get these and other hot housing headlines in Pacific Union's weekly Real Estate Roundup. It’s online at http://pacunion.us/2mHcWQb
Although current housing market conditions may be reminiscent of the period leading up to the Great Recession, an excellent job market and stricter lending standards should prevent another bubble from forming. Read more at http://pacunion.us/2msOwK0
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