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Pacific Union Named One of Fastest-Growing US Companies

August 21, 2013 by Pacific Union Pacific Union is pleased to announce that we’ve been included in Inc.’s 5000 list, which ranks the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the U.S. based on revenue growth from 2009 to 2012. Our firm closed out 2012 … Continue reading

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Cottages & Gardens magazine comes to San Francisco!

I love that East Coast favorite Cottages & Gardens Magazine has come to the Bay Area and brought their real estate inside scoop column Deeds and Dont’s! You can see the magazine online at: http://www.cottages-gardens.com/San-Francisco-Cottages-Gardens/ Walkable San Francisco Neighborhoods The … Continue reading

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Gap Between Most, Least Expensive Housing Markets Still Wide

By: CONOR DOUGHERTY It’s a familiar conversation among couples on the nation’s coasts: Can you imagine what kind of house we could get if we could keep our jobs and move somewhere cheaper? That idea hangs over Wednesday’s Journal article about how some … Continue reading

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Luxury Homes That Are Better, Not Bigger

When Joanne and Bruce Montgomery built a vacation home on Washington’s Whidbey Island, they thought big: sweeping views of the Puget Sound, mahogany-framed windows, heated Brazilian teak floors and other high-end amenities. Their budget was an ample $875,000. The only … Continue reading

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Real Estate Update: House of the Year 2013: Lake Tahoe Condo Wins

I loved seeing the Wall Street Journal House of the Year in the Friday Mansion section. This year’s winner is a 4,100 square-foot condo at Fleur du Lac Estates on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. This part of the … Continue reading

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Love Letters: Marin County

Karin Swanson is a UCLA alum and the current Ignite Good Fellow for the Huffington Post. She was born and raised in downtown Mill Valley where she treated Mt. Tam as her personal backyard playground. She now lives in Williamsburg, … Continue reading

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Pacific Union Q4 2013 Newsletter

Marin County: Q4 Results The supply of available homes tightened noticeably in the fourth quarter, but sales activity in our Marin County region remained strong until the last weeks of December, when holiday plans typically crowd out homebuying considerations. Sales … Continue reading

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CALIFORNIA HOME-PRICE APPRECIATION SECOND HIGHEST IN U.S.

Home prices in the Golden State showed the second largest year-over-year gains in the county in November, according to CoreLogic’s recently released Home Price Index. California home prices, including distressed sales, increased 21.3 percent from November 2012 to November 2013, trailing … Continue reading

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Buying or Selling a Home in 2014? There’s Still Time for New Year’s Resolutions

January 3, 2014 – By: Pacific Union The year 2014 is just a few days old, so homebuyers and sellers still have time to make some practical resolutions for the new year. And remember to stick to them in the weeks … Continue reading

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Marin home prices jump 13 percent in November

By Janis Mara – Marin Independent Journal Marin’s real estate market neared a strong close for 2014 as the price of a single-family home jumped 13 percent in November, according to the Marin County Assessor’s Office. The median price for conventional … Continue reading

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