Weekly Real Estate Update

25 Pacific Union Professionals Rank Among Nation's Best for Sales

Pacific Union is honored and pleased to share the news that 25 of our real estate professionals have been ranked among the top 250 in the U.S. We'd like to congratulate them on their outstanding achievements and thank our entire team of Northern California real estate professionals, who recently propelled our company into the top 10 in the country based on 2014 sales volume. Read more at http://bit.ly/1GMp1Bv

Golden State Real Estate Markets Stay Sizzling in June

Demand for homes in California showed no sign of cooling as summer officially began, with three Bay Area cities named among the nation's five most booming real estate markets. Get the story at http://bit.ly/1HuGrGB

>b>Bay Area Housing Markets Highly Unaffordable for Low-Down-Payment Buyers

Although nine out of 10 U.S. homes are more affordable than their historic averages for buyers using low-down-payment programs, that's not the case here in the Bay Area, according to a recent report. It’s online at http://bit.ly/1UcIm8h

How Much Is That President's Home Today?

Teddy Roosevelt's 23-room home in Oyster Bay, N.Y., cost $16,975 to build back in the 1880s. Today, it would sell for a bit more: an estimated $3,195,000, not counting its historical significance. Here's a look at six presidential homes and how much they would be worth if they hit the market today: http://bit.ly/1NDeM7g

Real Estate Roundup: Bay Area Buyers Willing to Pay Large Premiums for the Right Neighborhood

Recent news of interest to homebuyers, home sellers, and the home-curious includes a report that most Bay Area residents are willing to pay nearly 25 percent extra to live in the best neighborhoods. Also, the five least affordable real estate markets for millennial buyers are all located in California, with the Bay Area well represented. Get all the week’s top news at http://bit.ly/1KGNtuo