Real Estate

Marin Jaime Pera’s Marin Real Estate Market Update – Year End 2019 Happy New Year!  Hoping that you enjoyed the holidays and that you had an opportunity to rest and recharge. In my mid-year 2019 report, I talked about a growing trend of declining values that started in 2018 and continued into the first seven months of 2019.  Data at the time showed that the average sales price […]
Marin Jaime Pera’s Marin Market Update – Mid Year 2019  Happy Summer! Hoping that everyone has had an opportunity to enjoy a much-needed vacation.  If not, there still is time! The market has changed quite a bit since my last update, as the warning signs that appeared in 2018 particularly in the second half of the year have now been documented statistically (prices have decreased). […]
Marin Jaime Pera’s Marin Real Estate Market Update – 8-31-17   Jaime Pera’s Marin Real Estate Market Update  August 31, 2017 As we enter the fall selling season one thing remains clear; there doesn’t seem to be anything that can stop this market!  Although we are operating at lower inventory levels than past years we continue to see great buyer demand coupled with an all-out […]
Marin The History of Winship Park in Ross Thanks to the Marin History Museum I was able to examine a copy of one of the original sales brochures for the Winship Park tract in Ross.  The sales literature touts the great weather (no fog and no wind), schools, churches, availability of food and produce, and the 55 minute combined train and ferry ride […]
Marin Do You Live in an Area that is Susceptible to Liquefaction? 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake – SF Gate Curious about the impact that liquefaction could have on our homes should we experience a major earthquake I felt compelled to research this topic and identify the areas in Marin that are most susceptible to this phenomenon.  What triggered this question was the extensive rainfall we received this […]
Real Estate Tips for Upsizing or Downsizing in an Inventory Constrained Market   Our real estate markets have recovered nicely from the 2007 economic collapse, a forgettable time when family, friends, and many of us experienced job loss, ruined credit, short sales, and foreclosures.  To put things in perspective, at market bottom in July 2010 when most people were unwilling to risk purchasing a home, Marin County’s […]
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