Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Most Splendid Housing Bubbles in America: First Year-Over-Year Drops Since Housing Bust 1

New York, San Francisco condo prices fall year-over-year. Seattle house prices flat year-over-year. After earlier declines, Denver, Boston hit new highs. Miami, Phoenix, Las Vegas try to regain nutty peaks of Housing Bubble 1. Seasonal price spikes are cropping up … Continue reading

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Rare floating home for sale, at a very San Francisco price

San Francisco has 637 homes on the market. Only one floats. That would be 300 Channel St., Berth 55. The nearly 2,200-square-foot floating home has hit the market at $1.8 million and is one of only 20 that line Mission … Continue reading

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After sharing the creek with seabirds, SF couple set sail from rare floating home

San Francisco has 637 homes on the market. Only one floats. That would be 300 Channel St., Berth 55. The nearly 2,200-square-foot floating home has hit the market at $1.8 million and is one of only 20 that line Mission … Continue reading

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These are the most expensive counties in the U.S. to rent in. Hint: they’re all in the Bay Area

Renters need to make about $127,000 a year to afford a modest, two-bedroom home in the nation’s three most expensive counties — all of which are right here in the Bay Area, according to the latest report to crown the … Continue reading

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Rental site finds San Francisco residents are seeking housing in these three nearby cities

Caption Close People want to move away from San Francisco, but renters don’t want to go too far, according to a new report. Apartment List found 46 percent of users based in San Francisco metro searching for rentals between Jan. … Continue reading

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