There has been a significant increase in the renovation expenditure in the Bay Area. The trend in the Bay Area real estate can be associated with the decreased supply of property and the increasing demand of property. Baby boomers account for the largest percentage of renovations followed by millennials. Baby boomers are willing to […]Read More..
There’s a good reason why the overwhelming majority of home buyers and sellers opt for the services of a real estate agent when transacting a home: namely because competent, experienced real estate brokers provide consumers with the best possible chance of finding or selling their home on their own terms. To expand on that, here […]Read More..
Those on the market for a new home these days tend to have two major options: a condo, or a standalone home. Each of these come with their own advantages (and, of course, their own price tags) and each are suited to a particular type of buyer. A buyer must first assess his or her […]Read More..
The National Association of Realtors reports that the Bay Area is now the top real estate market in the United States as prices exceed pre-recession levels. Currently, San Francisco’s median home price is $742,900 and San Jose’s median home price is $855,000, a large difference than other metro areas across the country. Renovation Realty expanded […]Read More..