Monthly Archives: June 2018

Business Reporter

About this Author Roland Li covers commercial real estate for the business desk, focusing on the Bay Area office and retail sectors. He was previously a reporter at San Francisco Business Times, where he won one award from the California … Continue reading

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A six-figure salary is considered ‘low income’ in San Francisco, and the threshold is rising

The Bay Area is so expensive, earning $117,400 a year qualifies you as “low income” in some counties. Every year the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development releases “income limits,” the minimum income level required to qualify for some … Continue reading

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Rare, undeveloped 767-acre expanse of Bay Area land hits the market

Caption Close An undeveloped piece of 767-acre land spanning Sunol and Milpitas, Calif., has been in the same family since the 1900s and is listed for $13.9 million. An undeveloped piece of 767-acre land spanning Sunol and Milpitas, Calif., has … Continue reading

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Median price tag for a Bay Area home hits a…

The Bay Area’s already stratospheric home prices continued their steady upward march in May, but the latest data shows a possible glimmer of hope for wannabe buyers — an uptick in the number of sales. The median price for a … Continue reading

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Median price tag for a Silicon Valley home hits $935,000

The Bay Area’s already stratospheric home prices continued their steady upward march in May, but the latest data shows a possible glimmer of hope for wannabe buyers — an uptick in the number of sales. The median price for a … Continue reading

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