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Foreign investment in the U.S. housing market surged over the past year, with California still a prime destination for overseas buyers, particularly those from China. Read more at


Stubbornly low inventory conditions motivated Golden State homebuyers to act quickly in June, while prices continued to rise statewide and in the Bay Area. For the latest facts and figures, go to


Pacific Union Quarterly Report: Q2 2017


For the most part, the number of Bay Area homes for sale did not improve in the second quarter from one year earlier, pushing prices up again. Get all the last data, plus expert commentary from Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp, in our second-quarter real estate report. You’ll find it exclusively at

Although California lost jobs in June, the Bay Area saw solid gains. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp examines the latest state and local job numbers at

Competition has increased again in Bay Area housing markets this summer, with 6 in 10 homes selling over the asking price. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp breaks down the bidding-war landscape in a new analysis at

Forty percent of homebuyers say white is the color of choice for a home's exterior, but it's important to choose a hue that you can live with for the long haul. Read more here:

Strong price appreciation has increased the amount of equity that homeowners can borrow against, with California accounting for a significant share of the nation's equity. Get the latest numbers at


U.S., Bay Area Homes Sell Faster When Staged


Sellers hoping for a speedy sale should seriously consider staging their homes, a process that most real estate professionals believe helps a buyer better visualize the property as their own. That's true here in the Bay Area, where Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp found that staged homes not only sell nearly twice as fast but also receive more offers and command higher prices. The report is online at


An overwhelming majority of Americans believe that purchasing a home is a solid financial move, though worsening affordability is a top concern. Read more at

The first half of the year ended on a strong note for Bay Area housing markets according to a new analysis by Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp. You can read it exclusively at

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Ken J. Gendemann
Pacific Union International
1699 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco CA 94109
Cell: (415) 828-4063

Ken J. Gendemann, CPA
Pacific Union & Christie's International Real Estate
1699 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109

Cell: 415-828-4063, Office: 415-345-3083
 License #: 01884446