What technology do we use in our business process to improve our customers’ experience? And what are the primary advantages our clients get when choosing us over our competitors? These are only a few of the questions that Hans answered in his interview with Real Estate Bees.
Anyone who is looking to buy a home in the Bay Area will benefit from this content.
Are Single-Level Homes More Popular than Two-Level Homes in the East Bay Area? Hey, fun fact: did you know that single-level square footage always sells for more on a dollar per square foot basis than two or three-level footage? I know, typically, you would think the opposite would be the case, but when you stop …
Today, we will be talking about the five things you need to know before buying a house in Alameda. These are things you need to consider before you start your shopping and moving experience.
Alamedaâ€™s East end is one of the most desirable parts of the island, especially for people who have never been to Alameda before. But what is it actually like to live there? Here are a few things you should expect if you decide to call Alameda home.
The Title Report is often the most overlooked part of your disclosure packet but definitely something you need to spend a little time on.
Wow, what a way to finish up Q3! Today, I want to share a few anecdotes about a few things I’ve observed over the last quarter, as we are now well into quarter four. I hope this Bay Area housing market update will give you a sense of where we’ve been and also help you to potentially see where we’re going.
What does $2 million get you in Oakland, California? An awful lot. Today, let’s wrap up the What the Money Bought series in Oakland with the $2 million price point.
What does $1.5 million buy you in Oakland, California? Let’s find out as today we’re continuing this series “What the Money Bought.” Today, we’re going to look at the $1.5 million price point in Oakland, California.
What do a million dollars actually buy you in Oakland, California today? To answer that, we will look at the last four years of data from the MLS. Hopefully, this data will tell us what is actually selling for a million dollars from 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021. That’s the year to date, and it is mid-November when I’m recording this.
Zillow is offloading 7,000 homes, laying off a quarter of its staff, and taking huge losses. But why do we care?
Today, letâ€™s talk about Zillow. Letâ€™s look at what this pause in their iBuyer program means for us here in the East Bay and the effects of offloading all these properties at a discount.