Real Estate

California sees Market Stability with Older Homebuyers

First-time homebuyers in California are getting older, and it’s been good for housing market stability. According to Zillow, 33 percent of first-time buyers in California are over 40, and 16 percent are over 50. Nationally, the average age of the first-time buyer is just 34 years old. Is this significant?

Purchasing a Home in the Right Place

Whether you want to buy a home as an investment, a lifestyle upgrade, or both, one of the most significant decisions you will make is where you want to live. Your home’s location will help define not only the future value of your purchase but also your perspectives in life.

Short Term Rentals are Raising Rents and Hurting the Economy

There are a lot of great things about Short Term Rentals (STRs), like Airbnb and HomeAway. Most people love being able to rent a house while traveling. It is especially convenient for families or large groups who would like more space and privacy. While STRs are a beneficial resource for travelers, they are having a negative impact on real estate prices and the economy.

First Time Home Seller Tips

When you are going to sell your home for the first time, the stress can be very similar to buying a first home. But, by following an approved manner for selling a home, and trusting in the specialists, the entire process can be much more pleasant.

California’s Real Estate Market is Bending towards Buyers for the Summer

Looking at housing reports for April 2019, we can see that the real estate market is bending towards buyers for the summer. As the weather warms up, so are opportunities for buyers. They are steadily gaining negotiating power as the housing market appreciation slows,...

We need condos! Californians are Begging for Multi-unit Housing

The nation’s housing shortage is particularly tight on multi-unit, affordable housing. With recent wage growth and economic upturns, a huge new group of Millennial-aged buyers are ready to buy houses. But where will they live?