According to the FBI, more than one million burglaries are committed in the United States each year, with victims suffering an estimated $3 billion in combined property losses.1 Fortunately, there are some proven tactics you can use to decrease your likelihood of a home invasion. Most burglars won’t go to extreme lengths to enter a […]
Articles about Pittsburg California
Pittsburg is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States.
It is an industrial suburb located on the southern shore of the Suisun Bay in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area and is part of the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta area.
The population was 63,264 at the 2010 United States Census.
Pittsburg, originally settled in 1839, was called first "New York Landing", then "Black Diamond", before citizens voted on "Pittsburg" on February 11, 1911.
The name was selected to honor Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as the two cities shared a common steel and mining industrial heritage.
This rechristening came at a time when the name of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was more commonly spelled without the "h".
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Here is the real estate inventory report for East Contra Costa County from October 1, 2007, to January 6, 2020 INVENTORY REPORT – HOMES ON THE MARKET Date All Cities Antioch CA Brentwood CA Oakley CA Disco Bay CA Pittsburg CA Bay Point CA 10/1/07 3,168 1,203 609 375 247 579 155 1/7/08 2,864 […]
In this article, we’re going to review what happened in our real estate market in 2016 for East Contra Costa County California, including Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, Discovery Bay, Pittsburg, and Bay Point. This will include sharing some statistics but more importantly sharing our take on things as people very close to events on a daily […]
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Are we there yet? We’re hearing that question more and more lately. It’s not the kids on the trip to Disneyland either. It’s people wondering if their home values are back to what they were before the bubble burst. They’ve been hearing on the news that a great many markets are seeing accelerating price appreciation […]