Walnut Creek Real Estate Trends

Over the weekend I stumbled on Sam Benson’s Real Estate Blog

After reading the article:Walnut Creek Real Estate Trends it had some friends of mine buzzing.

If Real Estate in Walnut Creek has bounced back what will this mean for the surrounding cities?  This was  the thought that came up in a conversation over the weekend while at my kid’s swim practice.

In reading Sam Benson’s blog he states “Home sales have been exceeding new inventory for several weeks.” 

Is Sam suggesting that Real Estate is going to continue to rise even through out the winter?

Sam Benson, Walnut Creek Realtor

Sam Benson has some real interesting points and I would be curious for you to read Sam Benson’s blog.


Are you seeing the same trends in your specific city or neighborhood?


Do you think this will be able to persist through winter?


I would love to hear your input as there is so many people saying different things.
Thank you very much for reading, and if I’m not making a sign for you I will do my best to respond to your comment right away!
graph provided by : rereport.com

2 responses to this post.

  1. Real estate started up in WC March of 2012. About 2 months ago it started to slow down and has leveled off. Not seeing multiple offers any more and am definitely seeing price reductions. It is not a buyer or seller market right now. It is the first time in a decade that we have had a balanced market.


  2. The question on whether multiple offers is taking place right now was a big one in the conversation with friends. Thanks for the input Susan.


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