NorCal Better Homes and Gardens, Coldwell Banker franchises merge
The new company, which is based in the heart of California wine country, will have more than 150 agents working out of 11 offices
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 10
Facing backlash, Pacaso implements changes in NorCal
The second home co-ownership startup announced it will only buy homes valued at $2 million or more in Napa and Sonoma, California, so as to not compete with homes in the markets' median price tier
3 ways the pandemic has changed lead generation
Agents said during Inman's Town Hall Thursday that they're still having success finding clients — even if the pandemic is changing the ways those clients find them
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 25
The Agency expands in Northern California, wins Bay Area sales contract
The brokerage founded by Mauricio Umansky now has an office in Healdsburg and will handle sales for a development on Yerba Buena Island in the San Francisco Bay
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 11
Big swaths of the Bay Area saw home prices decline this year
A new report from Compass shows that after strong appreciation in 2017 and 2018 home prices in places such as Sonoma and Santa Clara counties have actually fallen
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 23
One week later, California is still on fire
Real estate community assesses the long road to recovery
by Gill South Oct 16
Bay Area home sales increasing monthly, but falling annually
Bay Area sees more people moving inland to steer clear rising seas, err, prices
by Britt Chester Apr 27
California inland communities gaining steam as prices rise near the coast
The four most expensive counties in the Bay Area all recently experienced double-digit drops in home sales
by Erik Pisor Apr 26
California property values highest in the Bay Area
Statewide values represented a year-over-year increase of 5.9 percent
by Erik Pisor Dec 18
Statewide and LA prices fall while San Francisco's continue to climb
Right now is a good time for Bay Area sellers
by Erik Pisor Dec 18
Single-family housing noticeably less affordable in the Bay Area
Five Bay Area counties are affordable to less than 20 percent of residents
by Erik Pisor Nov 13