Monthly Archives: August 2020

Home Sellers Slash Prices In San Francisco As Number of Houses For Sale Reaches Recession-Era Level

It’s beginning to be more of a buyer’s market in San Francisco than it has been in over a decade as the number of homes for sale last week reached levels unseen since 2011. And this means that more and … Continue reading

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Getting ‘revenge’: How some local tenants got their rents reduced

In a local housing market hit hard by the fallout of COVID-19, the price of rent is increasingly up for negotiation. In a local housing market hit hard by the fallout of COVID-19, the… Three months of 20 percent off … Continue reading

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$100 million fund to convert Bay Area hotels to homeless housing draws 20 applications — none in SF

California’s new Homekey program, which will dish out $100 million to convert Bay Area hotels and motels into permanent homeless housing, has attracted about 20 applicants in its first three weeks as cities and counties race to beat next Thursday’s … Continue reading

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Tenants in a giant co-living Bay Area palace are looking for new roommates

A tenant at a co-living residence in Woodside, Calif., is seeking three new renters to join their palatial home. A tenant at a co-living residence in Woodside, Calif., is seeking… A group of self-governing, co-living tenants residing in a 17,000-square-foot … Continue reading

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San Francisco family uses holiday card-like introductions to find home in hot Bay Area real estate market – KGO

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Despite the pandemic and a struggling economy, the Bay Area real estate market is red hot, especially in the East Bay. The competition prompted the Dugan family of San Francisco to take a novel approach, introducing … Continue reading

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