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Why You Should Use a Real Estate Agent When You Buy a Home

From our friends in KCM If you’ve recently decided you’re ready to become a homeowner, chances are you’re trying to figure out what to do first. It can feel a bit overwhelming to know where to start, but the good news is you don’t have to navigate all of that alone. When it comes to buying a home, there are a lot of moving pieces. And that’s especially true in today’s housing market. The number of homes for sale is still low, and home prices and mortgage rates are still high. That combination can be tricky if you don’t have reliable expertise and a trusted advisor on your side. That’s why the best place to start is...

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Home Prices Still Growing – Just at a More Normal Pace

From our friends in KCM If you’re feeling a bit muddy on what’s happening with home prices, that’s no surprise. Some people are still saying prices are falling, even though data proves otherwise. Part of that misconception is because people are getting their information from unreliable sources. But it’s also coming from some media coverage misrepresenting what the data really shows. So, to keep things simple, here’s what you really need to know using real data you can trust. Normal Home Price Seasonality Explained In the housing market, there are predictable ebbs and flows that happen each year. It’s called seasonality. Spring is the peak homebuying season when the market is most active. That...

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Landlord convicted of soliciting arson buys SF apartment complex

City and nonprofit scramble to thwart the deal, which works out to $150K per unit By: The Real Deal A landlord convicted of arson-for-hire is buying an affordable apartment building in San Francisco’s Mission District — unless a local nonprofit can raise enough cash to kill the deal. Richard Earl Singer and his SF Hotel 447 firm have bought the 18-unit complex containing the nearly 50-year-old Eddie’s Cafe at 800-812 Divisadero Street, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, citing Supervisor Dean Preston and an unidentified broker behind the sale.Singer is under contract to buy the three-story building for $2.7 million, or less than $150,000 per unit when including the ground-floor cafe.   The...

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Is the Housing Market Overvalued? What Buyers Need To Know

By Clare Trapasso | REALTOR.COM Is the housing market overvalued? It’s an increasingly fraught question, and the answer might depend on who’s being asked. Some real estate experts believe home prices are well above what they should be and expect them to begin coming down. Others think the high prices make sense given how many people are still in the market looking for properties, despite mortgage rates nearing 8%. “If you look at how much income homebuyers are putting toward their housing payment, if the number is not the highest ever, it’s really darn close,” says® Chief Economist Danielle Hale. No one wants to buy a home at the peak of the market—and...

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Are There Actually More Homes for Sale Right Now?

From our friends in KCM If you’re looking to make a move, you want to be sure you have the latest information on the housing market. To help make that possible, here’s an update on the supply of homes for sale today. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, the number of homes available in your local market matters to you. Take a look below. What’s the Truth About Today’s Housing Inventory? While the story for the past few years has been how few homes are on the market, recent national data may leave you feeling a bit confused. That’s because shows inventory is actually growing a bit month-over-month in many parts of the country...

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Marin maintains presence in ranking of priciest ZIP codes in U.S.

By: Kate Talerico | Marin Independent Journal The Bay Area, with its million-dollar views and multimillion-dollar enclaves, has kept its status as the most expensive metropolitan area in the United States. The region’s ZIP codes make up 37 of the top 100 most expensive ZIP codes in the country, according to a new 2023 ranking by real estate data company PropertyShark that examined median home sales prices. Marin County has six ZIP codes on the top-100 list, led by Stinson Beach at No. 6. Its ZIP code, 94970, had a median home price of $4.5 million last year, according to the analysis. Debra Allen, a Coldwell Banker Realty agent who was involved in...

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