Economic changes, tariffs and international conflicts can put buyers on edge — here’s how to help sort it all out
by Marian McPherson | Aug 7
Homeowners in San Francisco are waiting for an influx of new millionaires before pulling the trigger on deals
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 17
Economists say the sell-off was a bit of an overcorrection, but it could have long-term implications on the market
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 10
Economists say loosing restrictions could help solve the industry's low inventory problem, but it also raises certain risks
by Patrick Kearns | May 23
A $300 billion boost in federal spending would inject $20 billion into infrastructure, presumably increasing construction
What will happen to mortgages, inventory, affordability and more
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Dec 19
Demand heightens for scarce inventory in wine country
by Gill South | Oct 18
There's a definite lack of housing inventory, and part of it can be attributed to sellers staying put
by Amber Taufen | May 10
Despite a healthy turn toward normalization, prices in the Bay Area are still inching upward
by Jennifer Riner | Jul 26
San Francisco and Silicon Valley buyers taking more time to finalize purchases
by Jennifer Riner | Jul 22
However, the current situation is nothing like the 2008 financial crisis
by Selma Hepp | Jun 24
Homes priced below $1.5 million seeing the most activity
by Erik Pisor | Feb 29
Pacific Union is seeking to beat the competition by investing in a new business intelligence department and new technological advancements.
by Gill South | Jan 25
This is the second chief economist the company has hired since June 2015
by Amber Taufen | Jan 19
Housing, construction and real estate sectors are rapidly adding jobs
by Erik Pisor | Oct 5