Monthly Archives: May 2014

S.F. 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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The Bay Area’s Highest Property Tax Payers; Tesla Charging Station; More!

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.BAY AREA— We’ve mapped the 18 Bay Area homes with the highest property taxes, which include Oracle CEO Larry Ellison’s … Continue reading

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$100 Bills Dropped Around SF by Anonymous Real Estate Magnate

By Jennifer Maerz This morning we got what’s probably the strangest tip ever at The Bold Italic: an anonymous person emailed in to say that they’d launched a campaign just last night where they’re hiding cash all over San Francisco, … Continue reading

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Rent or buy? The math is changing

Billy Gasparino and Jenna Dillon-Gasparino were savvy enough to wait out the housing boom of a decade ago as renters. Not until 2010, well into the bust, did they buy a house in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, less … Continue reading

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Rent or buy? The math is changing

Billy Gasparino and Jenna Dillon-Gasparino were savvy enough to wait out the housing boom of a decade ago as renters. Not until 2010, well into the bust, did they buy a house in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, less … Continue reading

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