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It’s interesting to look at real estate graphically… I’ve heard from numerous agents that the local single-family residential market has been strongest at the top where cash buyers rule. The lower end of the market is more interest rate sensitive. … Continue reading
Made a new yearly high in SF Bay Area Employment in September. While we have a new high, it’s just a slight bump up from the prior peak set in October of 2016. While this is a favorable trend I … Continue reading
Trends suggest employment usually picks up in the spring-summer-fall triangle. We’re back to a typical foggy San Francisco summer this year. The employment data is in a fog, too. See June 2017 employment trends here.
…Rosey. Recent San Francisco Bay Area Home Price Data Here. Flower shot taken at the California Nursery Historical Park, Fremont, California.
Are you having the same problem? Start typing 201… and have to erase the 6 to put in the 7? Welcome to another new year! Speaking of the old year… see here for recent San Francisco Bay Area median home … Continue reading
I don’t know about you… but I’m getting very tired of phone apps asking for permission to see every little detail about my life that happens to pass through my phone. Someone is going to make a lot of money … Continue reading
San Francisco Bay Area employment data for August 2016 is summarized here. It was vintage “high-tech rules” in August with Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Francisco Counties showing employment gains along with a seasonal/harvest-time boost for Napa while the … Continue reading
Where are all the people going? San Francisco Bay Area employment peaked in October of 2015 but after a brief dip it continues to creep upward. Employment is still about 1.3% below the prior peak. The unemployment rate dropped, however, … Continue reading
Employment trends in the San Francisco Bay Area want to improve. The labor force has stabilized over the past 12 months and employment has steadily grown (with a slowing rate of growth, however). The January 2014 unemployment rate for the … Continue reading