Get a quick rundown of the various types of flooring materials available to homeowners, including the pros and cons of each. Our guide is at http://pacunion.us/2g0vtzg
California continued its run of solid job growth this fall, with employers adding 31,200 jobs in October and the Bay Area accounting for more than one-third of those positions. Read more at http://pacunion.us/2gGzyNn
The Golden State's lack of affordable housing has been in the spotlight lately, and a third-quarter index underscores that point, with nine California cities ranking among the country's 10 least affordable markets. For more on the story, go to http://pacunion.us/2gel876
Although high home prices on California's coastline are driving some buyers to less expensive states, others are turning to central areas of the Golden State, which is putting pressure on price points at the lower part of the market. Get the facts at http://pacunion.us/2gqnuju
A lack of affordable homes continues to present one of the largest challenges for California and Bay Area buyers, so it comes as welcome news that more residents – if only slightly more – can make the mortgage payments on the average Bay Area property. Read more at http://pacunion.us/2gctL24
Pacific Union recently held its third annual Real Estate and Economic Forecast in partnership with John Burns Real Estate Consulting in order to project Bay Area activity through 2019. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp, one of the panelists at the event, offers key, high-level takeaways at http://pacunion.us/2g3gHbW
Spending an afternoon raking the lawn may not break onto the list of your top 10 favorite things to do, but your yard will appreciate it. And so will little kids and dogs, when you have big piles of leaves!http://pacunion.us/2fIAk8P
First-time homebuyers have been busier in 2016 than they were the previous year, getting a boost from both wage growth and mortgage rates that are still hovering near record lows. Get the full story athttp://pacunion.us/2fPogpJ
The first month of the fourth quarter was a typically busy time for Bay Area real estate, with the months' supply of inventory (MSI) declining or holding steady from September across the majority of Pacific Union's regions. Check out our October real estate update and stay up to date on current market conditions athttp://pacunion.us/2fQYAt2
Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers her perspective on what the presidential election's unexpected outcome might mean for the economy and housing market. Read her analysis athttp://pacunion.us/2fKOl6c
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