Middle-class households in three Bay Area cities lead the country for income growth.
San Francisco once again claims the title of the nation’s most health-conscious city in 2019, buoyed by residents’ smart eating habits and access to outdoor spaces in which to exercise.
Two Bay Area cities are among the nation’s 10 best for working remotely, while mortgage rates rang in the new year by declining. Check out these and other stories of note in Compass’ inaugural Real Estate Roundup of 2019.
New Year’s resolutions are easy to set but not always so easy to keep. But if you live in San Francisco, you stand a better shot than you do anywhere else in the country.
Buying a home in the Bay Area is an expensive proposition these days, so it makes sense that residents of three local cities are among the top five in the country for financial savvy.
For the second year in a row, most of the greenest cities in the U.S. are in California, again reflecting residents’ environmentally conscious natures.
Homeowners in one California city can save nearly $800,000 by downsizing from a five-bedroom residence to a three-bedroom property.
San Mateo and San Francisco counties have the most-expensive luxury home prices in America, while Alameda County’s Fremont has once again earned accolades for its family-friendliness. Get the skinny on what’s going down in the world of California housing markets in Pacific Union’s latest Real Estate Roundup.
Despite getting another inventory boost in August, the Bay Area’s median sales price rose by more than 10 percent year over year. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp offers a detailed analysis of the latest market conditions.