Renovated Kitchens Equal Healthier Homeowners

Renovated Kitchens Equal Healthier Homeowners

If your New Year’s resolution is to live a healthier lifestyle, remodeling your kitchen could be one step toward achieving that goal. That’s one key takeaway from Houzz’s 2017 Kitchen Trends Study, which surveyed homeowners who were in some stage of renovating their kitchens last year or this year. One-third of respondents reported that they were leading healthier lifestyles after remodeling their kitchens, while the other 67 percent said they were equally as healthy as before.

The Trump Era: What the Disruption Could Mean for the Economy and Housing Market

The Trump Era: What the Disruption Could Mean for the Economy and Housing Market

America has been disrupted, to say the least. But for a state that is a cradle of disruption, the only thing Californians can do is embrace the challenge. With Donald Trump elected the next President of the United States, the ensuing years will be something of a conundrum, and the future depends on how many of Trump’s campaign stances become actual policies.

Marin County Real Estate Market Report Q3 2016

Marin County Real Estate Market Report Q3 2016

Get a high-level look at what’s happening and what to expect in this insightful report into the Marin County real estate market. After a strong finish to the second quarter, third-quarter sales activity in Marin County slowed. Buyers remained cautious, and homes took longer to sell. While sales activity in the affordable range – homes priced below $1 million – continued at a relatively steady pace, the most notable slowing was seen for homes priced between $1 million and $3 million.

BEST OF MARIN COUNTY 2016 EDITION | MARIN MAGAZINE

For the last eight years, the August issue of Marin Magazine has been synonymous with Editors’ Choice, in which we highlight facets of Marin that make our home such a remarkable place to live. See what made the list in 2016. 

Q2 Real Estate Market Update: Marin County

Q2 Real Estate Market Update: Marin County

Marin County home shoppers took a more cautious, measured approach in the second quarter, lacking the sense of urgency that characterized past quarters. Buyers were less likely to engage in bidding wars, and many refused to settle for properties that fell short of their ideal. Some sellers found that their homes were taking too long to sell and were considering renting them and trying for a sale next year.

THE BEST BARS & RESTAURANTS IN MARIN ACCORDING TO thrillist

THE BEST BARS & RESTAURANTS IN MARIN ACCORDING TO thrillist

At some point in the near future, a friend or cop or hitchhiker will come to you and say, “Hey, let’s go to Marin”. And so off you will go -- via ferry, Uber, or even your own fancy vehicle -- to cavort amongst the redwoods, and lakes, and thousands of people wearing extremely pricey biker spandex. And then you will get hungry and thirsty and need to figure out where to go.