Monthly Archives: November 2015

San Francisco real estate looking like it did before dot-com crash in 2000

Surging rents, skyrocketing real-estate prices and booming tech companies. Sounds like San Francisco in 2015, right? It also describes the city just before the tech bust of 2000, according to a recent report. John Burns Real Estate Consulting of Irvine, … Continue reading

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San Francisco real estate looking like it did before dot.com crash in 2000

Surging rents, skyrocketing real-estate prices and booming tech companies. Sounds like San Francisco in 2015, right? It also describes the city just before the tech bust of 2000, according to a recent report. John Burns Real Estate Consulting of Irvine, … Continue reading

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Home sales slow in October across Bay Area

Home sales slowed in October across the Bay Area, dropping by 2.5 percent from the year before, according to new data from the CoreLogic real estate information service. The October sales dip marked a break from the brisk market of … Continue reading

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How do Bay Area Realtors lure Chinese buyers? Go meet them

About a dozen Santa Clara County Realtors returned last week from a trip to China where they learned about Chinese culture, made contacts and spoke at a one-day conference hosted by Homelink, Beijing’s largest real estate agency by market share. … Continue reading

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Airbnb, Proposition F And The Shared Hypocrisy Of Bay Area Housing

In California, a state built on the idealism and tacit cruelty of real estate capitalism, no one is innocent.  That’s no different with Airbnb and Proposition F, merely the latest of San Francisco’s Brobdingnagian sagas over land-use politics that will go down in … Continue reading

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