Greg Fielding

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Greg Fielding


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Real Estate Agent

925-212-2908

gregpfielding@gmail.com

Skype: gregfielding

http://gregfielding.com

J. Rockcliff Realtors

15 Railroad Avenue

Danville, CA 94526

DRE #:01397948


About Me:

I am a longtime real estate agent who has pretty much seen it all during the housing boom as bust. With experience in selling high-end property and low-end foreclosures, raw land, short sales, development work, apartment buildings, and working with investors, I bring a well-rounded perspective to my work.I also have started to do some paid real estate consulting. If you have questions or just need some good real estate advice, book an appointment at http://whattodorealestate.com/In addition to selling real estate, my insights have been featured in The New York Times, The Big Picture, and regularly on Patrick.net. I have also done consulting work with ForeclosureRadar.Starting my career, in 2003, I have sold homes throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties, specializing in Danville, Alamo, Blackhawk, San Ramon, Dublin, Pleasanton, Walnut Creek, Lafayette, and Orinda. I live in Danville with my three kids.


Author Archives: Greg Fielding

Case-Shiller: Bay Area Home Prices Up to September 2004 Levels

According to the Case-Shiller Home Price Index, home prices in the Bay Area are back to levels last seen in January of 2008 and September of 2004.   From S&P: Data through August 2013, released today by S&P Dow Jones Indices for its S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices … showed that the 10-City and 20-City Composites […]

No, 49% Of Homes Sold In September Were Not To Cash Buyers

RealtyTrac has to have made a mistake when it reported that 49% of all homes sold in September were to cash buyers. Until now, their data and the data from NAR had been roughly in-line. This can’t be right. From RealtyTrac: All-cash purchases nationwide represented 49 percent of all residential sales in September, up from […]

Bidding Wars Declining, But Still Rampant In Bay Area

Bidding wars have been declining across the Bay Area for since March, though the percentage of Bay Area listings that receive multiple offers is still roughly three out of four. You can see from this chart that the 2013 is following a different trend than prior years.   H/T Redfin.

California Home Sales Back To 1988 Levels

With home prices having spiked and inventory so low this summer, California home sales retreated to levels seen in 1988. Larry Roberts breaks down the numbers and analysis: It’s been called “sticker shock,” but perhaps a more apt term would be “price revulsion.” The cost of ownership rose so high so fast that buyers simply […]