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Steve Kruschke Realtor for REMAX Accord Pleasanton, California
Steve Kruschke Realtor for REMAX Accord Pleasanton, California
Steve Kruschke
925-200-7210
REMAX Accord
CalBRE #: 01466824
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East Bay Real Estate Market Information
Pleasanton
Pleasanton
Livermore
Dublin
Dublin
San Ramon
Real Estate market sales information is one of the most important pieces of information you can have during a Real Estate transaction. Knowing what the local Real Estate market has been doing and which direction it is heading can greatly assist you in deciding what the right price is when purchasing or selling a home.

Local Real Estate markets can change quickly. Within a month or two a local market can go from a buyers market to a sellers market and back. Understanding where the local Real Estate market has been, can give you a pointer as to the direction it is likely to go.

Below are links for many East Bay area cities with historical charts and graphs describing local market conditions in each city. If you have any questions please call or email us.

Weekly Real Estate Market Statistics

East Alameda and Contra Costa County

West Alameda and Contra Costa County

Monthly Housing Report

Monthly Market Reports
Detached homes
Attached homes
City Real Estate Market Data
Alamo

Brentwood

Castro Valley

Danville

Dublin

Fremont

Hayward

Livermore

Newark

Pleasanton

San Leandro

San Lorenzo

San Ramon

Union City

Recent News

How Did Housing Really Do in 2015?
Jan 8th, 2016 - The housing market improved in 2015, but how close is it to finally to being back to normal?

Mortgage Rates Start Year Dipping Below 4%
Jan 8th, 2016 - Fears over rising mortgage rates are still unnecessary, for now.

Apartment Rents Are Still Skyrocketing
Jan 8th, 2016 - It's a good time to be a landlord, but not a renter, shows a new report.

CFPB Moves to Calm Fears Over Minor Closing Errors
Jan 4th, 2016 - Just before the close of 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provided clarification to lenders that may offer some relief to the recent delays in closings.

What's Hot, Not in Home Decor in 2016
Jan 4th, 2016 - The Wall Street Journal recently had interior designers weigh in on the top design trends likely to make a big splash in 2016 as well as what's likely to fall out of style. Glean some ideas for staging your listings.

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