Monthly Archives: May 2014

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledges $120 million to help struggling Bay …

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his pediatrician wife on Thursday pledged $120 million to help schools in low-income Bay Area communities in what amounts to their biggest publicly announced donation to a local cause. “The world’s most innovative community shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Millionaire Hiding Envelopes of Cash Around San Francisco

A millionaire with cash to burn is paying it forward in a big way: by hiding envelopes stuffed with $100 across the Bay Area for strangers to find. The anonymous man told ABC News he’s a successful real estate investor … Continue reading

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Envelopes of cash being hidden around SF

An anonymous giver is leaving $20 and $100 bills stuffed in envelopes around San Francisco.(Photo: Getty Images file photo) (NEWSER) – Someone who has made a lot of money in the San Francisco real estate market is giving some of … Continue reading

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Bay Area Leads National Housing Price Gains But Signs Of Slowdown Loom

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The San Francisco Bay Area led the major United States markets with a 2.4 percent monthly home price increase, but the gains are decelerating nationally as fewer Americans can afford to buy. The Standard Poor’s/Case-Shiller … Continue reading

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SF hot housing prices back, bidding wars fiercer than ever

After getting outbid on three houses, Shura Kelly decided not to mess around with 117 De Montfort St. True, it was off of Ocean Avenue in Ingleside Heights – not the Sunset District where she and her firefighter partner, James … Continue reading

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