Monthly Archives: November 2017

The home supply will rise nationally next year — but probably not in the Bay Area

The supply of homes is expected to increase nationally next year for the first time since 2015 — but not in the Bay Area. Since last November, the number of active listings in the San Jose metropolitan area has declined … Continue reading

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A holiday must-see in San Francisco — the 2-story gingerbread …

If you do nothing else holiday-related this December, get thee to the gingerbread house at San Francisco’s Fairmont hotel. It’s simply festive overload, in the best possible way. The 22-foot-tall, two-story house in the Grand Lobby will knock your Christmas … Continue reading

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Home Prices Soar On San Francisco Laidley St. As Tech Execs Converge On Glen Park

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Century-old architecture and cottage homes meet enormous, modern construction on the hottest street in San Francisco for high-roller tech executives. Laidley Street, which curves around the east flank of the Glen Park neighborhood, could soon … Continue reading

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Big-City Life — Displacement Blues: Public Press Weekly

Everyone’s favorite city — San Francisco — looks like it’s not everyone’s favorite place to live in. Lots of Bay Area residents, say, 20,000 a year, are saying “enough already” to the city and surrounding areas, and fleeing to the … Continue reading

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These Wealthy San Francisco Homeowners Lost Their Private Street After They Didn’t Pay Taxes. Now They Might Get …

Michael Cheng says one could compare his controversial purchase to buying a collectible car. People might spend “a couple hundred thousand dollars and they leave it there, and maybe they don’t make any money with it,” he says. “They just … Continue reading

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