Monthly Archives: August 2014

Q&A: Real estate exec Mark A. McLaughlin, on booming home prices

After founding a successful brokerage in Marin County, Mark A. McLaughlin took a plunge in 2009 when the real estate market was at a low ebb and purchased the Bay Area’s Pacific Union brokerage based in San Francisco. It was … Continue reading

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Q&A: Real estate exec Mark A. McLaughlin, on booming home prices

After founding a successful brokerage in Marin County, Mark A. McLaughlin took a plunge in 2009 when the real estate market was at a low ebb and purchased the Bay Area’s Pacific Union brokerage based in San Francisco. It was … Continue reading

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Sound Off: Will Napa’s earthquake affect Bay Area real estate?

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The Bay Area is about to get another Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is expanding in the Bay Area. 15 photos Nathan Donato-Weinstein Real Estate Reporter- Silicon Valley Business Journal Email  |  Twitter Good news for devotees of Chick-fil-A: the chain known for its peanut oil-fried chicken is apparently seeking a new … Continue reading

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Housing Solution: Activate SF Ballot Box Again to Fund Affordable Housing

Part of a special report on solutions for housing affordability in San Francisco. A version of this story ran in the summer 2014 print edition. Nonprofit housing developers across San Francisco say they have been waiting for two years to … Continue reading

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