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The number of Sacramento-area homeowners who owe more than their homes are worth continued tumbling in the first three months of this year, real estate tracking firm Zillow reported today.
A year ago, with the real estate market still in a deep slump, a San Francisco firm caught the attention of officials in California and elsewhere with its novel idea of using eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages in order to reduce the am...
In Sacramento County, the median price of detached resale homes rose by nearly a third in April compared with the same month a year before, DataQuick reported Wednesday.
Home prices across the Sacramento region continued rising in April, signaling an ongoing shift in the price and types of homes sold.
Phil Angelides, former California state treasurer and a veteran developer, thinks he has the key to the 48 acres along the Capital City Freeway: single-family homes.
The threat has been hanging over the Sacramento real estate market for years: A hypothetical "shadow inventory" of foreclosed homes that forecasters said could suddenly come up for sale and flood the market with cut-rate houses.
Home building permits were up nearly 55 percent in the Sacramento area during the first two months of this year compared with the same period last year, according to a report by the California Homebuilding Foundation/Construction Industry Resear...
Apartment vacancy rates will continue falling and rents will continue rising this year in the Sacramento area, the research unit of commercial brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap said this week. The firm predicted that employers in Sacrament...
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said Wednesday it will close its field offices in Sacramento and Fresno, along with 14 others nationwide, as part of a restructuring that HUD expects to save up to $150 million.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced today it would close its Sacramento field office along with 15 others around the nation in a cost-cutting move expected to save the agency up to $150 million over the next ten years.