Monthly Archives: May 2018

San Francisco housing price spike is third highest in nation – Curbed …

Southern California-based data company CoreLogic released its quarterly National Home Price Index Tuesday and found that San Francisco’s home price bounce since 2017 was the third highest in country. Over the past two months, sources like the California Association of … Continue reading

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SF house price spike is third highest in nation

Southern California-based data company CoreLogic released its quarterly National Home Price Index Tuesday and found that San Francisco’s home price bounce since 2017 was the third highest in country. Over the past two months, sources like the California Association of … Continue reading

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The Luxury Bay Area Neighborhood That’s Giving San Francisco a Run for Its Money

In Walden, his 1854 text on living the simple life, Henry David Thoreau advised readers to “go confidently in the direction of your dreams.” For a new generation of San Francisco’s elite, that direction is two hours south, toward a … Continue reading

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IOTAS Technology Begins to Learn Behaviors

IOTAS Technology Begins to Learn Behaviors May 28, 2018 | By Lisa Brown Slated for completion in early 2019, The Palmer will offer 46 units, all of which will be integrated with IOTAS smart home technology, which can control various … Continue reading

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SF in the mountains: People who left the Bay Area for Denver have few regrets

Caption Close Tamara Pitts, 31 Profession: Customer success at a communication technology company Year moved to Denver: 2017 Monthly rent: $1,500 for a one-bedroom apartment Why she moved: ”I had been in San Francisco for six years. I was at that … Continue reading

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