It’s important to know what you want in a home but it’s also important to know what you don’t want. According to a recent Survey, buyers do not want these features in a new home.
Come visit a Livermore neighborhood who knows how to promote the Halloween spirit. Over 14 years ago John Staton created a wolf’s head on the front of his home and his annual Halloween displays have grown into a neighborhood event. For 2013 an alien spaceship has crashed into a home and government agents and scientists have infiltrated (think […]
Terri, the owner of Milfleur, is hosting a Photo Event for Pets today. If you haven’t been to Milfleur, in the old Kottinger Barn building off Ray Street, you have been missing out on a real Pleasanton gem. The gift shop has many one of a kind home decor and garden accessory items…it’s one of […]
Shortage of listings and strong buyer demand may create good opportunity for sellers. The Bay Area’s housing market has seen a rise in sale prices as strong buyer demand, historically attractive interest rates, an improving economy and a shortage of listings are combining to create a robust seller’s market.
Written by Ed Condran Conventional wisdom says renovating your kitchen always improves your home’s value, but what if your budget is more like $1,000 rather than $27,000, which is the national average kitchen renovation cost. Don’t despair! These modestly-priced changes can transform your house from out-of-date to fresh-faced. Click to read the rest of the […]
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have relaxed rules that would have kept banks from approving mortgages during the government shutdown. Typically, Fannie and Freddie require lenders to verify a borrower’s income with the Internal Revenue Service before closing on a mortgage. But last week, some lenders reported that they could not approve the mortgages because […]