Category Archives: Bay Area

The Marin man behind Super Bowl 50, the biggest in NFL history

Original Post By Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal A view of a mock field in Super Bowl City at Justin Herman in San Francisco. Events have kicked off leading to next Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa … Read More

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Get Outside: Marin’s 10 Best Day Hikes

Original Post By Outdoor Project on January 25, 2016 4:30 PM  Take a stroll through the Marin Headlands and beyond. (Photo via VisitMarin)   Marin County is home to a plethora of outdoor adventure opportunities including hiking and biking trails, beaches, and … Read More

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Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q4 2015

Original Post Appeared January 20, 2016 by Pacific Union • Posted in Pacific Union Quarterly Reports Demand for Bay Area real estate showed no signs of easing as 2015 came to an end, with the months’ supply of inventory (MSI) … Read More

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Bay Area Real Estate Ends 2015 on a Hot Note

Bay Area Real Estate Ends 2015 on a Hot Note Original Post Published December 30, 2015 by Pacific Union Like in previous months, more than half of the nation’s most in-demand real estate markets are located in California as December … Read More

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Supervisors consider rent control, other tenant protections as housing crisis reaches boil

Claudia Ramirez of San Rafael addresses the Marin Board of Supervisors as others wait to speak during a forum about affordable housing at the Civic Center in San Rafael on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015. (County of Marin photo) By Richard … Read More

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Bay Area Home Price Growth to Moderate to 2018, Forecast Says

Original Post appeared November 19, 2015 by Pacific Union • Posted in Pacific Union Insights Home price growth should normalize throughout the Bay Area over the next three years, although demand is likely to remain high based on our region’s … Read More

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75 Percent of California’s Best Job Markets Are Located in the Bay Area

Original Post Appeared November 3, 2015 by Pacific Union • Posted in Economic & Employment News Bay Area communities overwhelmingly lead the Golden State for healthiest job markets, a key indicator that population growth and demand for housing are likely … Read More

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As El Niño Looms, Check Out These Flood-Prevention Tips

Original Post Appeared October 23, 2015 by Pacific Union • Posted in Homeowner Tips After years of drought, Bay Area residents now face the threat of torrential rain this winter with the approach of El Niño storms for the first time in nearly 20 years. … Read More

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Real Estate Roundup: Baby Boomers Are Biggest Drivers of Housing Demand

October 5, 2015 by Pacific Union • Posted in Weekly Real Estate News Roundups Here’s a look at recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious. OLDER AMERICANS LEAD U.S. FOR HOUSEHOLD FORMATION For all the talk … Read More

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Getting your home ready for El Niño

Firefighters remove pieces of a tree that crashed trough the roof of a home near Sebastopol in February. (JOHN BURGESS/ PD FILE) It sounds almost absurd after four years of drought, two months of smoking wildfires and a September of … Read More

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