Monthly Archives: July 2019

More bad news for renters in SF’s already insane market, report says

SF rents in relation to the US. Click ahead to see an example of the type of apartment you can get for $3,100 a month in San Francisco. SF rents in relation to the US. Click ahead to see an … Continue reading

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Economic Fallout Ahead From California’s Housing Market?

A report by the Santa Barbara Independent  says that California’s housing market has turned into a “major crisis that may soon turn into a statewide economic downturn,” and few industries are safe from the state’s real estate market.  The report … Continue reading

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Bay Area Home Sales Suffer June Swoon

FREMONT (KPIX) — Bay Area home sales in June were the lowest for that month in 11 years, according to the latest data from CoreLogic. “I think that people are going to look at that data and think the sky … Continue reading

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What one new homeowner learned from the Bay Area’s crazy real estate market

FILE — A real estate agent on Valencia Street near 20th Street displays homes for sale on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 in San Francisco. A Bay Area couple who recently made the leap to homeowners share a few of their … Continue reading

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Here’s how Atherton became the Bay Area’s most expensive city for housing — by far

Atherton has had the Bay Area’s highest home prices for at least a decade, but in recent years it has surged way ahead of its peers to become the most expensive ZIP code in the nation, a fact that’s often … Continue reading

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