Home prices in Sacramento have reached the highest levels in 11 years and are expected to grow faster than nearly every other place in America this year.
It is a positive sign of the times. New home sales in November were the best they’ve been in four years in the Sacramento area, and buying any kind of home is proving to be a challenge.
For people who qualify it’s a great deal, receiving $15,000 to buy a home. But how does it work, and who pays?
A former San Francisco 49ers player has a bold real estate plan, but will it bring down rents for families in the area?
A Sacramento real estate broker is in jail for an alleged home buying hoax.
It looks like home buying is picking up again in Placer County, but it’s not just your average single family home.
More U.S. homes started on the foreclosure path in July, as lenders tackled a backlog of mortgages gone unpaid even as they pulled back on home repossessions.
In this economy you’d think most people are still looking to buy short sales or foreclosures, but it turns out there’s more demand than supply.
A new report out today says housing prices will not make a comeback this year. The report suggests it’s going to take at least two years before median home prices return to levels from the first quarter of this year.
Former real estate executive Michael Lyon has been released to home detention, according to Sacramento Sheriff’s Dept.
Home prices and sales dipped in California from year-ago levels as “short sales” and sales of foreclosed homes accounted for more than half of home resales in the state.
The California Association of Realtors has taken out full page ads in seven of the state’s largest newspapers to urge banks, government officials and others with a stake in the housing market to make so-called short sales easier, faster and more efficient.