Monthly Archives: November 2014

How and why buyers from China are snatching up Bay Area homes

When Linda Vida sold her house in the Oakland hills this summer, she was hoping for a buyer who would live there, put kids in the local schools and “give back or participate in the community,” she says. Article source: … Continue reading

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Coco Tan will lead Chinese American real estate group – Chico Enterprise

The 2014-2015 president, board of directors and officers of the Chinese American Real Estate Association were formally installed at a banquet dinner on Nov. 14 at the Dynasty Restaurant in Cupertino. Coco Tan, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage … Continue reading

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Bay Area’s top 20 elementary schools in affordable neighborhoods

We take a look at the top-ranking schools in 20 relatively affordable Bay Area neighborhoods. Marlize van Romburgh Digital Producer- San Francisco Business Times Email Bargain-hunting for a neighborhood with that magic combination of good elementary schools and affordable homes? … Continue reading

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Financial District high-rises being taken over by techies

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Financial District high-rises being taken over by techies

gallery_thumbnails_photo|photo-7187079|article-gallery-5915380|1 gallery_thumbnails_photo|photo-7187080|article-gallery-5915380|2 gallery_thumbnails_photo|photo-7187081|article-gallery-5915380|3 gallery_thumbnails_photo|photo-7187082|article-gallery-5915380|4 Having long since conquered SoMa and spread into Mid-Market, San Francisco’s high-octane technology boom is changing the face of another territory: the Financial District. Nondescript office towers that have traditionally provided 9-to-5 shelter to the city’s … Continue reading

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