Monthly Archives: August 2017

An indicator of future home sales in San Francisco is plunging

Richard Thornton/Shutterstock Real estate agents listed three reasons for the debacle of pending home sales in the state of California in July: Lack of inventory for sale. This was the top reason for 30% of brokers. The math is starting … Continue reading

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Bay Area home to three hottest real estate markets in August

http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/hottest-markets-august-2017/ Summer is winding down, but it’s still too darn hot in the world of residential real estate, according to this month’s data on realtor.com. Cicely Wedgeworth, provided by Published 3:00 am, Thursday, August 24, 2017 div { background: none !important; … Continue reading

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Readers weigh in with their own stories

Turns out that the Bay Area’s dwindling supply of home for sale under $500,000 isn’t just the talk of the Bay Area. The whole country seems to have something to say about it. Related Articles Bay Area home prices leap … Continue reading

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Only four Bay Area cities beat California’s median rent

Real estate site Zumper looked at the median rent on a one-bedroom apartment across 27 Bay Area cities and found that almost nowhere in the nine counties can renters expect to rent a home for less than the California median … Continue reading

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Bay Area housing crisis: Advocates call for action and creative solutions

SAN FRANCISCO — A forum Thursday on the Bay Area’s egregious housing situation — the high prices, the scarcity of new construction — brought together academics, developers, real estate agents, government officials and housing advocates, all in the name of … Continue reading

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