2013 Property Management Survey, Apr 2014 The 2013 Property Manager Survey provides insights on the recent trends in property management in California and takes an in-depth look into the responsibilities of property managers and the challenges they need to overcome to become successful in their business.
2013 International Client Survey, Mar 2014 The 2013 International Client Survey takes a look at home sales made by international clients in greater detail and provides insights on why international clients chose to purchase property in California and their specific needs during the home buying/selling process.
2013 Luxury Survey, Feb 2014 The 2013 Luxury Consumer Survey is a new C.A.R survey that takes a look at luxury home sales in greater detail. The survey provides insights on the needs of luxury clients during the home buying/selling process and illustrates how agents market their clients’ high-end properties.
2013 Seller Survey, Jan 2014 The 2013 Home Seller Survey takes a look at sellers in greater detai and gathers insights on home seller demographics, the types of homes sold, the details of the selling experience from the owners’ perspective, and many aspects about client and real estate agent interaction.
2013 Annual Housing Market Survey, Oct 2013 The Annual Housing Market Survey takes a comprehensive look at the recent developments in the California real estate market and provides an overview for the housing market.
When does the Home Buying Process Begin?, July 2013 The buying process begins long before buyers actually contact an agent. On average, buyers started considering a purchase nearly six months (23.7 weeks) before contacting a real estate agent, up notably from 12.2 weeks last year.
2013 Home Buyer Survey, May 2013 The Survey covers home buyer demographics, the types of homes purchased and preferences,the details of the buying experience from the buyer perspective, and many aspects concerning client and real estate agent interaction.
Income Effect on Homeownership, May 2013 Between the foreign born and native born population, those born in the U.S have the advantage of established networks, and no language barrier to have a higher median household income.