Monthly Archives: March 2019

Rare, exquisitely preserved Queen Anne in West Oakland listed for $1.175M

An iconic 1890 Queen Anne in West Oakland known as the Hume-Willcutt estate is an Oakland Historic Landmark. An iconic 1890 Queen Anne in West Oakland known as the Hume-Willcutt estate is an Oakland Historic Landmark. Photo: Open Homes Photography … Continue reading

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SF home sales drop year over year nine months in a row

Orange County-based data firm Core Logic reports in its latest suite of housing numbers that, for the ninth month in a row, the number of homes sold in the Bay Area has fallen year over year, with February’s 4,993 homes … Continue reading

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Bay Area home prices edge up as IPO anticipation builds

Bay Area home prices edged up in February and sales slowed as buyers and sellers wait to see what impact an onslaught of initial public offerings will have on the real estate market. “Everyone I talk to is aware they … Continue reading

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Here’s what you need to know about the controversial Bay Area housing plan

Democratic Assemblyman David Chiu stepped into a political typhoon Thursday, when he introduced a state bill to create a Bay Area housing authority that would put tax measures on the ballot. To Chiu and other housing advocates, this is the … Continue reading

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People want to leave the San Francisco Bay Area, claims every survey

It happened again. The Silicon Valley Leadership Group and Bay Area News Group released the results of a new survey of Bay Area voters this week. Among its findings: many residents say they want to leave the area in the … Continue reading

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