Monthly Archives: July 2016

Marin, East Bay Real Estate Markets See Steady Improvements

The normalization of the Bay Area market isn’t limited to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. The Marin County and East Bay real estate markets aren’t climbing as fast in price, while sellers face a more lenient buying process, according to Pacific Union’s second … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Marin, East Bay real estate markets see steady improvements

The normalization of the Bay Area market isn’t limited to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. The Marin County and East Bay real estate markets aren’t climbing as fast in price, while sellers face a more lenient buying process, according to Pacific Union’s second … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Downtown Berkeley most walkable Bay Area neighborhood …

Downtown Berkeley: ranked number one for walkability in Redfin-Walk Score survey. Photo: Sharon Hahn Darlin Downtown Berkeley is the most walkable neighborhood in the Bay Area, and two other Berkeley areas also make the Top 10, according to a new survey published by … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Nonprofit serving homeless youths finds new home with city-assisted lease

Rob Gitin has spent the past 18 years counseling homeless youths in San Francisco through the nonprofit he co-founded. But when the building where he leased space for the nonprofit on Valencia Street in the Mission District was sold two … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Californians struggle for spotlight at Democrats’ big party

From Gov. Jerry Brown to San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, California Democrats are headed back to Philadelphia in force — but with the exception of a couple of high-powered members of Congress, chances are you won’t see them on prime-time … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment