California insurance crisis is changing how people buy and sell homes – San Francisco Chronicle

Sandy Jamison, a broker with Tuscana Properties in Campbell, says she’s helped clients try to persuade sellers to lower their asking price or offer other concessions to offset high insurance costs. Laure Andrillon/Special to the Chronicle When Cindi Koehn listed her Lake County home for sale last year, she didn’t expect any trouble selling the […]

Bay Area housing complex lands key loan despite sour real estate scene – Silicon Valley

MILLBRAE — A big transit-oriented development has landed a crucial loan that will buoy the financial fortunes of a residential complex next to a BART station, the project’s developer said. Station 16 Apartments, located near the Millbrae BART station, landed financing to replace a previous construction loan for the apartment complex, according to Republic Urban […]

The Bay Area is the country’s 4th-hottest housing market – HousingWire

As of March 29, the San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont metropolitan area was the fourth-hottest housing market in the country. The Bay Area metro had a 90-day average Market Action Index score of 61.19, according to data from Altos Research. In comparison, Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, the top-ranked metro area, had a score of 64.53. Altos considers anything above a Market […]

What Will the Realtors’ Settlement Mean for the Bay Area Housing Market? – KQED

Alexis Madrigal Mar 26 at Save ArticleSave Article Failed to save article Please try again Old Victorian houses in San Francisco, California, USA. (Alexander Spatari via Getty Images) Guests: Nicole Friedman, reporter, Wall Street Journal – where she covers the U.S. housing market and the home building industry Vanessa Gamp, president, San Francisco Association of Realtors […]

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