Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bay Area jobs fall, Solano improves – Vallejo Times

The Bay Area lost 2,500 jobs during March, but the region’s long-term employment picture remains bright because of the strong tech sector and a consistent upswing in the South Bay job market, analysts said. The March jobs loss, disclosed in … Continue reading

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SF city attorney sues 2 landlords over short-term rentals

City Attorney Dennis Herrera jumped into the war over San Francisco’s dwindling housing supply and booming short-term rentals Wednesday, accusing two property owners of illegally converting residential buildings into pricey tourist hotels after evicting longtime tenants, two of them disabled. … Continue reading

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Bay Area is one of the least affordable rental markets in the nation

Yes, it’s true. Rents in the Bay Area are crazy, in San Francisco, the South Bay, and in the formerly “affordable” East Bay. SF Weekly confirmed: San Francisco has been crowned the “second least affordable city in the nation,” with residents forking … Continue reading

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Bay Area is one of the least affordable rental markets in the nation

[nggallery id=22678] Yes, it’s true. Rents in the Bay Area are crazy, in San Francisco, the South Bay, and in the formerly “affordable” East Bay. SF Weekly confirmed: San Francisco has been crowned the “second least affordable city in the nation,” with … Continue reading

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Mortgage activity drops, but average loan at record

Contracts for newly built homes dipped slightly last month, and strong October numbers were revised even higher. Article source: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101604588

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