Sonoma County Home Values for June 2014

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Median Home Prices for June 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Sonoma County increased to $498,000 for the month of June.

That’s a 14.5% increase in prices from June of 2013!  You can see the breakdown by city below.

Sonoma County Home Values for May 2014

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Median Home Prices for May 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Sonoma County increased to $484,500 for the month of May.

That’s a 14.9% increase in prices from May of 2013!  You can see the breakdown by city below.

Sonoma County Home Values for April 2014

Sonoma County Home Values - April 2014

Median Home Prices for April 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Sonoma County decreased to $439,475 for the month of April.

That’s a 15.7% increase in prices from April of 2013!  You can see the breakdown by city below.

Marin County Home Values for March 2014

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Marin County Median Home Prices for March 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Marin County climbed to $1,003,000 for the month of March.

That’s an 18.4% increase in price from March of last year.  You can see the breakdown by city below.

Sonoma County Home Values for March 2014

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Median Home Prices for March 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Sonoma County climbed to $480,000 for the month of March.

That’s a 21.5% increase from March of 2013!  You can see the breakdown by city below.

How Lenders Calculate Your Rental Income

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There’s no doubt about it. Cash flow is a good thing.

This article will explain how a mortgage lender or bank may view your rental income when you are applying for a new mortgage loan.

To keep things simple, I am using an example of a rental property with a monthly gross rental income of $1,000.

(Rental income before any expenses.)