Monthly Archives: August 2014

Injuries, Fires After 6.0 Quake Rocks Napa, State of Emergency Declared

Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency after a 6.0-magnitude quake jolted the Bay Area early Sunday morning, igniting fires, damaging buildings, injuring dozens, knocking out power to tens of thousands and sending residents running out of their homes … Continue reading

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How long can the Bay Area apartment boom last?

John Protopappas of Madison Park Financial developed the Lampwork Lofts in West Oakland. Blanca Torres Reporter- San Francisco Business Times Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+  |  LinkedIn Development activity in the Bay Area keeps booming with several thousand residential units … Continue reading

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Here’s what it costs to buy a house around the Bay Area

Here’s a list of median home prices in various Bay Area cities as of Aug. 11, from Paragon Real Estate Group. Median is that price at which half the sales occurred for more and half for less, which explains why cities … Continue reading

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How long can the Bay Area apartment boom last?

John Protopappas of Madison Park Financial developed the Lampwork Lofts in West Oakland. 15 photos Blanca Torres Reporter- San Francisco Business Times Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+  |  LinkedIn Development activity in the Bay Area keeps booming with several thousand … Continue reading

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Commercial real estate brokers trigger surge in small bank’s loan demand

Dick Kahler, CEO of San Francisco-based Trans Pacific National Bank, is seeing a sharp pickup in loan demand after the SBA designated his bank a preferred lender. Mark Calvey Senior Reporter- San Francisco Business Times Email  |  Twitter  |  LinkedIn … Continue reading

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