“The month of May saw a strong seller’s market and the pattern has continued into the summer months.”
Should a real estate agent tell his or her buyers “buy this house”? No. The role of the real estate agent is to guide. It isn’t to supply motivation. It isn’t to push clients across the finish line.
REALTOR.com’s June Top 20 list of national housing markets confirms that affordable housing alternatives to pricey core Bay Area communities still see extremely strong demand.
Daniel Gilbert, Harvard psychology professor, internationally famous happiness expert and the guy in those Prudential Financial commercials, thinks real estate transactions are “almost all psychology”.
You’re fine-tuning your time machine so you can go back to 1970 and get a great deal on a house, then pay your property taxes with the change you find under your sofa cushions. What 1970 school district are you going to want to put your kids in? An article in the April 19, 1970 S.F. Sunday Examiner & Chronicle gives you guidance.
American family and household structures have much greater variety than fifty years ago, and multigenerational living is on the rise.
“The real estate market in Northern California is seeing varying activity depending on the counties, cities, neighborhoods and homes.”
This month I wax nostalgic, then prophetic but not apocalyptic but not euphoric either.