2017 is ending with a bang, with buyer demand just as intense as during warmer months.
A New York Times article on what makes Black Friday shoppers so aroused has me thinking that our real estate Black Friday began during the dot-com era and never stopped.
According to a recent survey by ValueInsured, home buyers complain that “tight inventory and rising home prices are causing several negative trends in the housing market”.
I’m shocked! Shocked!
“In September, the Bay Area maintained its position as California’s most in-demand region for real estate.”
Remember when I said last month that August’s torrid pace was unsustainable? Apparently I lied, although probably not intentionally.
Ever wonder why home prices are up, way way up? A recent article posted on RISMedia indirectly explains why.
Compromise on floor plan? School district? Neighbors? The Silicon Valley market forces home buyers to make tough choices.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but “San Jose”, otherwise known as the San Jose Statistical Metropolitan Area, otherwise known as Silicon Valley, was ranked the hottest market in the county this October by realtor.com. As it was in September.