Monthly Archives: December 2017

San Francisco homeowner offers property for $13 million or Bitcoin – KGO

Homebuyers are starting to bring cryptocurrency to the Bay Area housing market. But, is this a long-term trend, or just a blip? Local real estate experts say it’s here to stay. RELATED: Everything you need to know about Bitcoin “It’s … Continue reading

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San Francisco landlords are turning ‘crappy old storage rooms’ into apartments—and it’s good news for the city

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Money Money 3 Hours AgoCNBC.com In 2014, San Francisco passed legislation allowing property owners to add accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, to their homes and buildings. The law was … Continue reading

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A little hope for a homeless solution: Tiny housing units sprout in the Bay Area

Nearly 1,000 tiny homes or their close cousins — stackable modular housing units, typically with less than 200 square feet of living space — are being planned in San Francisco, San Jose, Richmond, Berkeley, Oakland and Santa Rosa. Planners say … Continue reading

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2017: A Year of Uncertainty and Record-Breaking Real Estate Deals …

In 2017, luxury global real estate markets had to jump a lot of hurdles. In London, Brexit threw a healthy serving of unpredictability into the market, while in U.S. cities, a new president and a new tax plan were major … Continue reading

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The hottest real estate markets of 2017: Who gained big, who fell hard

Caption Close 20. San Antonio, Texas Average home price: $210,000 3-year price growth forecast: 17% 20. San Antonio, Texas Average home price: $210,000 3-year price growth forecast: 17% Photo: Don Klumpp/Getty Images 19. Phoenix Average home price: $243,000 3-year price growth forecast: 18% 19. Phoenix Average … Continue reading

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