Despite the pandemic, the Berkeley real estate market has remained incredibly resilient — October single family home sales were their highest since 2003. (Sponsored.)
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[Sponsored] To fully understand East Bay home prices — and to participate in the market effectively — we need to understand the unique way real estate agents and sellers price their homes here.
[Sponsored] To understand how East Bay housing will play out in the years ahead, Red Oak Realty created a ‘live’ map that tracks new residential developments that are planned, approved and under construction.
[Sponsored] The cancelation rate is a real estate metric that’s not getting much attention. No one wants an unsold home, yet the number of Berkeley listings that canceled in 2018 increased 60% year over year.
[Sponsored] Real estate prices in the inner East Bay have been rising consistently for the past seven years, but buyers are buying homes in increasing numbers.
[Sponsored] So just how DO you compete for the place of your dreams in this market? Red Oak Realty suggests the first step is knowing the data.
Red Oak Realty says buyers and sellers have been more cautious because of election-related reasons, real or imagined. [Sponsored]
A dive into several homebuyers’ recent experiences in the East Bay gives us an idea of what to expect in this hot, unpredictable real-estate market.