Monthly Archives: January 2014

All-Cash Buyers Scoop Up Bay Area Real Estate

Share: Homes in Richmond, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Here’s some quantifiable proof of how the Bay Area housing market is squeezing out the little guy: The percentage of homes going to all-cash buyers soared from 14 percent to 27 percent … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

San Francisco Bay Area more connected to China

<!–enpproperty 2014-01-27 09:42:41.0Chen Jia in San FranciscoSan Francisco Bay Area more connected to ChinaSan Francisco Bay1811082141Business2@usa/enpproperty–> Expansive economic, demographic and social change in China is having significant impact on the San Francisco Bay Area, according to a report released by … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

The most — and least — expensive Bay Area cities for renters

Least Expensive #1. Antioch: Average apartment rent of $1,120. This city in East Contra Costa County is home to more than 105,000 people. It was hit hard by the housing bust of 2008. Blanca Torres Reporter- San Francisco Business Times … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Silicon Valley powers a gain of 11200 jobs in Bay Area last month

File not found.” Article source: http://www.contracostatimes.com/business/ci_24985535/bay-area-adds-more-than-11-000-jobs

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

S.F. real estate deals were truly underwater in the 1800s

San Francisco’s real estate wars may be vicious now, but they’re nothing compared to what went on along the waterfront during the Gold Rush. Forget the Ellis Act and owner move-ins – in those days, evictions were carried out by … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment