Real Estate

Distressed home sales dwindling in Madera Co.

Distressed home sales accounted for 9.4 percent of all home sales in California during July.Distressed home sales in the Valley dipped a little in July, even falling below 10 percent for the first time in Madera County.

Fresno shopping center sells for $8.05M

The Mission Village Shopping Center near Fashion Fair Mall in Fresno was sold to a Southern California investment company for $8.05 million.

Campus Pointe topic of first real estate talk

Fresno State's Gazarian Real Estate Center has announced dates for its fall speaker series. The first event in the series will take place Wednesday, Aug. 27 and focus on the retail side of the school's Campus Pointe project.

Developer details plans for Downtown Fresno building

Sevak Kachadurian plans to build 20 additional residential units in the Pacific Southwest Building.The Fulton Mall is poised to become a major artery of the City of Fresno, downtown developers said during a press conference on Aug. 21. 

Investor completes 47-unit housing project in Tulare

WNC, a national real estate investor, announced today the completion of a 47-unit affordable housing community in Tulare.

Wathen-Castanos buys McMillin home lots in Visalia

Fresno's Wathen Castanos has purchased 84 home lots owned by McMillin Homes in Visalia.Fresno-based homebuilder Wathen Castanos purchased the remaining 84 lots owned by McMillin Homes in Visalia this month.

Developer: More units coming to Pacific Southwest Building

One of the Fulton Mall's key investors has announced plans to expand the residential portion of the Pacific Southwest Building.

Bass Lake Home Tour takes place Sept. 13

The Tulip House, created by the late Jill Cooley, will be included in the Bass Lake Home Tour.The ninth annual Bass Lake Home Tour will take place Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is sponsored by both the Bass Lake Lions Club and Bass Lake Realty.

Valley home sales fall in July

July homes sales were up 1.2 percent in California compared to the month before.Home sales slipped throughout the Valley in July, even as housing inventory continued to grow.

Housing affordability down in Q2

Throughout California, 30 percent of homebuyers could afford a home in the second quarter of 2014.Housing affordability fell throughout the San Joaquin Valley in the second quarter, a trend seen throughout most of the state.