Monthly Archives: November 2017

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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Laidley Street Home Prices Soar as Tech Execs Converge on SF’s Glen Park

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — 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 be … Continue reading

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South SF’s Oyster Point wrong place for housing, biotech industry says

1 Shakeup looms for LeBron James and the Cavs 2 SF leaders get down in depths to clean up grimy corner of city 3 California attorney general investigating troubled SF charity 4 Long-lost photos capture legendary S.F. ‘Last Waltz’ concert… … Continue reading

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Bidding for a bed: Tenants haggle over rent prices on controversial new websites

How much will you pay for your next apartment? With Rentberry, that all depends — on how much you’re willing to bid. The new real estate website is shaking up the Bay Area’s housing market by encouraging potential renters to bid on … Continue reading

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Laidley Street Home Prices Soar as Tech Execs Converge on S.F.’s …

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — 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 be … Continue reading

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