When looking for a new home in Sonoma County, it may be wise to note where SMART train stations are planned. A home close to a station may make owning a car unnecessary.
While a starter home may be out of range for many, there are still plenty of nice rentals for $2500 or less still on the market in Sonoma County.
The median price for housing in Sonoma County rose to $580k. Here are five homes in the newest price range.
North Coast construction activity remained flat for the first three months of the year, and some industry leaders took solace that at least things aren’t getting worse. What do you think lies ahead for the construction industry?
Will Sonoma County home prices rise or fall in 2011? The Press Democrat spoke to three economists and two foreclosure experts for their outlook on the coming year. Read their thoughts and then feel free to share your own predictions for the housing market in 2011.
First-time buyers can receive a tax credit of up to $10,000.
The company likely will start construction by early next year at the Dauenhauer Ranch subdivision near the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
Nearly one of every 14 homeowners was more than 90 days behind on their mortgage payments in May.
County builders took out just 34 permits for new single-family homes in the first three months of the year, down from last year, which ended up as the worst in more than four decades.
Five hours is the average time we spent looking for a home loan, according to a Zillow survey. Nearly a third spent two hours or less, about the same average time as for buying a television.