Real Estate

Q4 2018: See what's happening in the Marin County Real Estate Market

Q4 2018: See what's happening in the Marin County Real Estate Market

While 2018 home sales activity in Marin County generally maintained a steady momentum, the pace of sales slowed in the fourth quarter, with most price ranges posting fewer transactions than at the same time last year. However, sales of homes priced between $2 million and $3 million posted a solid gain compared with the fourth quarter of last year.

Q3 2018: See what's happening in the Marin County Real Estate Market

Q3 2018: See what's happening in the Marin County Real Estate Market

Third-quarter housing market activity in Marin County struck a new balance between buyers and sellers following a period of strong buyer competition and depleted inventories. Sales of homes priced below $1 million slowed notably, as budget-conscious buyers faced higher mortgage rates and a shortage of homes for sale. As a result, sellers were more likely to reduce their initial asking prices than at the same time last year.

Q2 2018: See what's happening in the Marin County Real Estate Market

Q2 2018: See what's happening in the Marin County Real Estate Market

Second-quarter home sales activity in Marin County mostly reflected typical trends observed in the previous few years. Nevertheless, sales of homes priced higher than $3 million started off slightly slower before catching up toward the end of the quarter. The strongest demand was for homes priced between $1 million and $3 million.

Will Increased Savings Drive Millennial Homebuyer Activity in 2018?

Will Increased Savings Drive Millennial Homebuyer Activity in 2018?

A new report forecasts that first-time homebuyer activity will increase this year, and if that comes to pass, one reason may be because millennials’ financial-planning habits have notably improved over the past few years.