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.
Yesterday, Pacific Union held its fourth annual Real Estate and Economic Forecast in partnership with John Burns Real Estate Consulting to project Bay Area activity through 2020. Below are some key, high-level takeaways from the live event. To watch the full one-hour presentation, click here. Most U.S. housing markets remain at low-to-normal risk levels, both […]
Thirty-one of the 50 largest U.S. housing markets saw prices climb back to prerecession levels last year. Between 2006 and 2016, the median sales price rose by 31.5 percent in the San Jose metro area and 9.6 percent in San Francisco. Lending standards are tighter than they have been in almost 20 years, and Americans […]
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