Real Estate Roundup: Pacific Union’s October 2017 Napa Real Estate Update

The Moore Group November 15, 2017

Napa County Pacific Union October 2017

Pacific Union’s October 2017 Napa Real Estate Update

The median sales price rose year over year in October in all Bay Area regions in which Pacific Union operates, the result of continued buyer demand amid tight supply conditions. Stay current with the latest local real estate market conditions in Pacific Union’s October Real Estate Update. You’ll find it exclusively at

First-Time and Bay Area Homebuyers Have Much to Lose From Proposed Tax Changes

The proposed tax reforms are a serious concern for the Bay Area homebuyers and the future of the housing market. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers her expert perspective on the potential impacts of the changes. It’s on Pacific Union’s blog at

Are We in the Midst of a Housing Bubble? Freddie Mac Offers Some Reassuring Words.

Freddie Mac crunched the numbers and concluded “there currently is no house price bubble in the U.S.” And yes, that includes the Bay Area. Details are at

Pacific Union and Empire Realty Associates Are Now the No. 1 Luxury Brokerage in Contra Costa County

Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines the brokerage’s growth in Contra Costa County following its acquisition of Danville-based Empire Realty Associates. Read more at

Silicon Valley Posts Nation’s Largest Annual Home Price Gain

Strong homebuyer demand and insufficient inventory once again drove appreciation in more than 90 percent of U.S. markets in the third quarter, with prices in the San Jose metro area growing at more than three times the national rate. For details, go to

Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Tech Hubs Are Among the Nation’s Best for Income Growth

Oakland, San Jose, and San Francisco workers saw some of the largest income gains last year. And San Francisco no longer ranks as the country’s least-affordable housing market. Peruse the latest housing market headlines in Pacific Union’s weekly Real Estate Roundup. It’s online at

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