Monthly Archives: September 2017

New report reveals Bay Area home prices won’t roll back anytime soon – KGO

If you’re waiting for our Bay Area housing prices to drop, a new report says don’t hold your breath. You will not believe how many years UCLA says it’ll take for our housing prices to roll back. RELATED: Sunnyvale home … Continue reading

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As Jerry Brown signs affordable-housing bills, lawmakers promise to stay focused on the crisis

SAN FRANCISCO — More than a dozen long-awaited bills aimed at addressing California’s affordable-housing crisis were signed into law Friday, as Gov. Jerry Brown, big-city mayors and lawmakers celebrated the hard-fought victory — but acknowledged that the legislation was just … Continue reading

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Leaving the Bay Area? These folks did it — with mixed results

Raya and Michael DeMarquez both grew up in San Jose, got married here, raised their kids here, bought a house here more than 20 years ago and felt settled in the Bay Area life — for life. Then they lost that … Continue reading

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Real Estate Execs Disrupt Nonprofit Housing

Over the past few years, the real estate industry has been cozying up to organizations that exist to help the poorest San Franciscans. It’s not well-known, but many of the nonprofits responsible for housing thousands of low-income San Franciscans and … Continue reading

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Unbuilt Marin house seeks record sale with $65 million listing

An unbuilt house designed for a Belvedere waterfront property — featuring stunning views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge — previously owned by former Yahoo CEO Tim Koogle, has hit the market with an equally staggering $65 million … Continue reading

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