The median resale price of a home today in Manteca is $176,250.
Are you making at least $9.60 an hour at a 40-hour-a-week job to generate a gross annual income of $20,000?
Buyers are coming over the Altamont Pass again.
There are those who are still in denial that their homes are no longer the equivalent of a Bureau of Engraving printing press.
Some of the most energy efficient homes in the Central Valley are now being built in Manteca.
The South County real estate market is beginning to look more and more like a bad sequel to the 1963 treasure hunt farce entitled "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World."
"Keys for cash" may sound like a game or a big money giveaway but it isn't.
If you're looking for a country spread that is out of the future path of urban development yet within 10 minutes of amenities by a quick, smooth drive you may find it some seven miles south of Manteca.
Two acres of paradise await buyers on Northland Road just north of Manteca.
If you bought a home in the past five years you will want to read this.
By DENNIS WYATT
How do they get those model homes to look so nice?
Much hullabaloo has been made over California's 90-day foreclosure moratorium that went into effect June 15.
Forget about the bottom of housing pricing.
Horse lovers – or those who like the idea of country solitude with stunning views from a home on 10.7 acres complete with a large pond – have an opportunity to buy real country property for $399,000.
The largest residential development in Manteca history - and one that is slowly changing the city's demographics – is the progression of an idea launched 58 years ago by a Fresno native.
Conventional wisdom holds that in order to achieve a custom look in your home decor you either have to spend a bundle hiring professionals, or invest countless hours of hard work doing it yourself. In the Internet age, however, it's easier than ever to achieve the look of custom home decor without the expense or hassle of traditional methods.
Whether you're staying in place or planning to take advantage of an improving real estate market to sell your home, spring and summer are upgrade seasons. From adding a bathroom to creating an outdoor kitchen, certain improvements pay off for both homeowners who are selling and those who are staying. And while plumbing challenges, such as breaking through concrete or opening walls, may discourage some people, savvy homeowners know a tried-and-true option solves such problems.
Savvy interior designers know that items that are both fashionable and functional are in high demand. One of the best examples of a stylish, hardworking home fixture is also one of the most overlooked: the ceiling fan. In 2014, more homeowners are realizing the potential this classic technology has not only on their comfort levels, but also on their interior's design aesthetic.
One of the first questions new empty nesters face is: what do we do with the nest? Some are eager to downsize and sell. Others like where they live and choose to stay put.
When the weather warms up, so does the real estate market. Spring and summer are traditionally the seasons when both home buyers and sellers are most active across the country. If you'll be putting your home on the market this year, simple, cost-effective upgrades can help ensure a speedy sale at a good price.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration is extending for another year a program aimed at helping people struggling to avoid foreclosure on their homes, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Thursday.
More than 40 percent of homeowners plan to update their homes in the next two years, according to the latest Houzz & Home Study. Of those who plan to remodel, 78 percent cite their motivation as improving the look and feel of the space.
Investing in home improvements is a smart idea when you're thinking of putting your home on the market. So where is the best place to spend your money?
WASHINGTON (AP) - Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages declined this week, hovering near historically low levels.
Want a newer home with space but don't want the repetitious cookie cutter look of most subdivisions built since the 1960s?
Today's (Saturday, June 21) the grand opening of Van Daele Homes newest community, Waterpointe at River Islands in Lathrop.
Ready to show off your adorable family? Raymus Homes is holding their first ever family photo contest.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages eased slightly this week, remaining near historic lows.