Friday, July 7, 2017

FRIDAY - feeling like a golden girl



- This Under-$100 DIY Project Can Transform a Room in a Day
- And they’re off! 3 Bay Area cities snag top spots in study of fastest-moving US markets
- Real Deal: California housing market rebounds in May, but inventory remains low
- Tech Is Booming, But Lack Of Affordability Is Pushing Everyone Else Out, CRE Experts Say
- Bay Area rents see summer jump
- As real estate boom continues, what impact on the Bay Area economy?
- Peek Inside These 12 Romantic Courtyards and Walled Gardens

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And they’re off! 3 Bay Area cities snag top spots in study of fastest-moving US markets - For the Bay Area, we see that the fastest moving market is San Jose at 20 percent, then Oakland at 20.3 percent, and San Francisco at 23.7 percent. Wedged in between Oakland and San Francisco is Seattle, or “Silicon Seattle,” at 21.9 percent

Real Deal: California housing market rebounds in May, but inventory remains low - California’s housing market bounced back in May with strong monthly and annual gains in existing home sales and median home price in every major region of the state. The Inland Empire experienced the largest sales gain with a 9 percent increase in existing home sales from last May, followed by an increase of 6.9 percent in the Los Angeles Metro Area, and a 4.9 percent rise in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Tech Is Booming, But Lack Of Affordability Is Pushing Everyone Else Out, CRE Experts Say - "The question about a bubble is not about the real estate itself, but about the users of real estate,” Green said. "How solid are they? How long are they going to be around?"

Bay Area rents see summer jump - In San Jose, the median monthly cost of a one-bedroom flat was $2,050, while a two-bedroom went for $2,570. Month-over-month, that spelled a 1 percent increase, while the year-over-year increase was 2.2 percent.

As real estate boom continues, what impact on the Bay Area economy? - Galante said there are concerns that the current real estate boom risks making the Bay Area’s economy unsustainable. As more people are priced out of the local housing market, they will move further and further afield, or jobs will leave the Bay Area and the region will suffer economically, she said.

Peek Inside These 12 Romantic Courtyards and Walled Gardens - These lounge-worthy outdoor spaces bring the drama. Some of my faves:










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