Monthly Archives: February 2014

Teachers Can’t Afford San Francisco Homes

LOOK Dolores Park Partially Closing for Renovation WATCH More Photos and Videos Teachers have it bad in San Francisco. Homes in the city by the Bay are unaffordable for teachers — as in all homes are out of reach for educators, … Continue reading

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OMP Starts Largest Spec Industrial Development In SF Bay Area

<!– imageTag: –> <!– imageTagafter: and imageUrl: http://homesmillbrae.com/wp-content/plugins/rss-poster/cache/07e88_LA74068 –> Download image LOS ANGELES, Feb. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Anticipating continuing demand for industrial and manufacturing/distribution space and the long-term strengths of the San Francisco Bay Area Industrial market, Los Angeles-based Overton Moore … Continue reading

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Art galleries swallowed up by SF real estate boom

In another blow to San Francisco’s ailing downtown gallery district, several prominent art galleries have received eviction notices – the latest casualties of the city’s commercial real estate boom. The George Krevsky Gallery, the Rena Bransten Gallery and Patricia Sweetow … Continue reading

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SF-Based RealtyShares Adopts Bitcoin

While Bitcoin’s volatility and sustainability may put investors at risk, it’s publicity is at an all-time high. And one Bay Area company is not only taking notice, but implementing it into its website. This month, RealtyShares – a San Francisco-based real estate … Continue reading

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SF Real Estate Broker Surrenders License Following NBC Bay Area Investigation

A prominent San Francisco real estate broker is out of business after more than a year of accusations and investigations. Last year we reported that prominent San Francisco real estate broker WB Coyle had been accused by investors of cheating … Continue reading

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