Despite today’s seller’s market, sellers are wary of future home price movement.
California has the most multi-generation families.
California’s ability to respond to housing demand is severely limited.
As operating costs rise, investors lose faith in SolarCity, and the risk of the company folding runs higher.
Title insurance companies need to report the identities of people using all-cash to purchase high-end homes.
As California’s sea level rises, flooding will creep further inland.
Young adults who receive financial assistance from their parents are more likely to become homeowners than their peers.
Housing codes are largely unregulated by the code enforcement office, resulting in uninhabitable conditions.
Holding an open house doesn’t always help you to sell a home more quickly — or for a higher price.
Robert J. Shiller suggests land and real estate are surprisingly poor long-term investments.