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Blog Archives: September 2018

Napa Valley Real Estate Report September 2018

September 18, 2018
The Conference Board is sounding a cautionary tone in its economic forecast: “Less support from monetary and fiscal policy, and a weaker global economy will gradually slow the economy to below 2.5 percent growth by the end of 2019. Already, higher interest rates along with labor shortages in construction, and higher materials costs, have led to a cooler housing market.” In Napa, year-to-date sales of both single family homes and condo/townhomes are down, just slightly at 2.4% for homes but more significantly at 9.2% for condo/townhomes....

Southern/Central Marin County Real Estate Report September 2018

September 18, 2018
The Conference Board is sounding a cautionary tone in its economic forecast: “Less support from monetary and fiscal policy, and a weaker global economy will gradually slow the economy to below 2.5 percent growth by the end of 2019. Already, higher interest rates along with labor shortages in construction, and higher materials costs, have led to a cooler housing market.” In Marin, there are two signs that buyers are tiring of limited choices and consistently rising prices. August’s single family home sales price, $1,293,000, was the lowest ...

San Francisco Real Estate Market Update: September 2018

September 18, 2018
The Conference Board is sounding a cautionary tone in its economic forecast: “Less support from monetary and fiscal policy, and a weaker global economy will gradually slow the economy to below 2.5 percent growth by the end of 2019. Already, higher interest rates along with labor shortages in construction, and higher materials costs, have led to a cooler housing market.” In San Francisco, there are several possible signs that more buyers are priced out of the single family home market and are switching to condos. First, single family home ...

Do the Latest Numbers From Our Market Indicate Our Expansionist Economy Is Ending?

September 05, 2018
Thus far, the consensus that our expansion economy is coming to an end hasn’t affected homes prices in Silicon Valley and San Francisco. Looking to Buy? Search All homes Looking to Sell? See why you should work with us With fall just on the horizon, the current change of seasons has many wondering whether our market, too, is beginning to shift. Fortune Magazine recently published an article titled “The End is Near For the Economic Boom,” and this article echoes a cautionary sentiment shared by many economists, investors, and ...