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The Gregory Group

101 Parkshore Drive Suite 191

Folsom, California 95630

United States

Company Description

The Gregory Group is a real estate information and consulting firm that specializes in providing professional services to the building industry. The New-Home Database provides specific analysis related to new-home projects as well as a trend analysis of h ... more

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Managing Director, Sacramento and Central Valley

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"That's not the case now," said ...

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"That's not the case now," said Greg Paquin, head of the Gregory Group, a real estate information and consulting firm with offices in Folsom. "It's much more of a supply-and-demand-driven market, an economically healthy market."

The inventory of new and existing homes for sale remains relatively tight as buyers seek to move up to larger houses or downsize to smaller ones, he said.


Sacramento Real Estate News Blog

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"This is no shock to anyone," said Greg Paquin, founder of The Gregory Group, which released the report today."


Sacramento Real Estate Talk ┬╗ Sacramento Foreclosures

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Folsom home-building industry consultant Greg Paquin told appraisers that commercial real estate "is where (the residential market was) two years ago."

He said 2009 was the bottom for capital-area home builders, who reported a half-century low of 2,814 sales for the year. That's an 84 percent drop from the housing boom's 2004 peak. Sales will rise 10 percent this year, said Paquin, president of The Gregory Group.
Though residential foreclosures still cloud the housing market, Paquin said he doesn't expect a double-dip recession or spiraling inflation, or, in response to a question about rising commuting costs, the death of suburbia.
"I've heard people say the suburbs are dead.
I strongly disagree," he said. "I think we'll see urban-style development in suburban areas. Paquin, like Brown, expressed anxiety about the politics of state budget cuts.


Sacramento homes have regained value lost in collapse | The Sacramento Bee

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"That's not the case now," said Greg Paquin, head of the Gregory Group, a real estate information and consulting firm with offices in Folsom.

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Paquin said he's also starting to see the return of Bay Area buyers to the Sacramento market, which hasn't happened for a decade.
The difference between Bay Area home prices and Sacramento home prices is huge, and some Bay Area residents are starting to cash out and buy homes here, Paquin said. They often want to be closer to their grown children in the Sacramento area or have enough space to raise children of their own, he said.
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New home construction has picked up, too, Paquin said. A number of upscale infill projects in central Sacramento are selling briskly, such as the Mill at Broadway, he noted.
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In the first few months of 2016, builders sold 123 new homes in North Natomas, compared with 23 last year, Paquin said.


Sacramento home prices back at pre-bubble level | The Sacramento Bee

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"That's not the case now," said Greg Paquin, head of the Gregory Group, a real estate information and consulting firm with offices in Folsom.

...
Paquin said he's also starting to see the return of Bay Area buyers to the Sacramento market, which hasn't happened for a decade.
The difference between Bay Area home prices and Sacramento home prices is huge, and some Bay Area residents are starting to cash out and buy homes here, Paquin said. They often want to be closer to their grown children in the Sacramento area or have enough space to raise children of their own, he said.
"People are saying, 'I can go to Sacramento and have a great lifestyle,'" he said.
New-home construction has picked up, too, Paquin said. A number of upscale infill projects in central Sacramento are selling briskly, such as the Mill at Broadway, he noted. And home building has resumed in largely middle-class North Natomas after the lifting of a building moratorium imposed over flood concerns.
The federal government approved levee upgrades last year, allowing construction to continue in what was once Sacramento's fastest-growing new community.
In the first few months of 2016, builders sold 123 new homes in North Natomas, compared with 23 last year, Paquin said.

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