Rents are rising for apartments all over Sonoma County. It may be time to ditch the apartment and rent a home instead, as the prices are about the same in some areas.
When buying a home, double paned windows are nice, but the walkability of a neighborhood can make all the difference. Here are the three top walkable neighborhoods in Santa Rosa.
3 bedrooms, 2 bath in Monte Rio on the market for $495,000. The real estate market is hot in Sonoma County right now, with median home prices at the highest level they’ve been in the past nine years. This has begun to worry first time homebuyers, who [...]
The exterior of 33711 S Highway 1 in Stewart's Point, listed at $6,000,000. Have you ever heard of Stewart’s Point, California? Neither had we, until we came upon this unique and modern 4,905 square-foot home on Highway 1 near Gualala. This home is located on a whopping 218 [...]
1075 Clark Street in Santa Rosa, listed at $329,000. It is no secret that finding a home in Sonoma County with a $400,000 maximum budget is not easy. In fact, in the town of Sonoma it is not even possible at the moment. Healdsburg has one home in [...]
Chat with Robert Digitale about Sonoma County's housing crisis. Do you think Sonoma County has a housing crisis? Have you struggled in your search to buy a home or rent in the county? Join a live web chat Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. with Press Democrat Staff Writer Robert [...]
When people say that they are moving to Sonoma, they can mean a variety of things…Are they looking to buy a “Wine Country” cottage in the town of Sonoma or are they shopping for an affordable suburban North Bay home? Our criteria was the latter, to find the most appealing [...]
The Sonoma County real estate market is ending 2014 much as it began the year, with slightly lower sales, higher prices and a marked drop in the number of economically distressed properties that once comprised half of all transactions.
Sonoma County’s home sales continued to trend lower in October, but some agents are hoping that an autumn bump in new signed contracts will translate into completed holiday sales.
Sonoma County still leads the nation’s metropolitan areas for its rate of rental increases, with the average apartment this summer reaching $1,579 a month.