Real Estate Roundup: California, Bay Area Inventory Continues to Shrink in August

The Moore Group September 27, 2017

Bay Area Inventory Shrinks Again in August 2017

California, Bay Area Inventory Continues to Shrink in August

The number of homes for sale declined statewide and in every Bay Area county from one year earlier – particularly entry-level properties – keeping prices at a 10-year high. Get the latest local data at

August Was a Mixed Month for Job Creation in California

Following incredible job growth in July, August was a mixed month for the Golden State’s labor market. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp weighs in on the latest numbers exclusively at

U.S. Home Prices Up, Sales Down in August

Four major trends persisted for the national housing market in August: rising prices, declining inventory, slowing sales, and strong buyer demand. For details, go to

Millennials’ Student Debt Is Larger Than Their Incomes

Lingering student loans are causing younger Americans to make important life sacrifices, including postponing a home purchase. Read more at

Real Estate Roundup: Home Price Growth Projected to Slow in 2018

A pair of housing market forecasts call for slowing price appreciation next year, while mortgage rates have risen for the first time in almost two months. Catch these and other headlines of interest in Pacific Union’s weekly Real Estate Roundup. It’s online at

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