Monthly Archives: August 2020

San Francisco Fed president on pandemic’s ‘incredibly uneven’ impact

SAN FRANCISCO — The technology industry’s strong performance amid an economic downturn spurred by coronavirus lockdowns could be protecting the Bay Area from some of the worst damage of the recession even as brick and mortar businesses struggles and the loss of … Continue reading

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5 Predictions for the California Housing Market in 2021: Sales, Prices & More

<!– AGENTS: Let’s get your website ready for the recovery! –> Follow us on Twitter to keep up with California housing trends! Summary: This article offers a fresh round of predictions for the California housing market through 2020 and into … Continue reading

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Change is coming soon to San Francisco markets

To gain some insight into the current real estate market, we talked to one of the most knowledgeable people in the business. Alf Nucifora is the chairman and founder of LuxeSF. A native of Brisbane, Australia, Nucifora entered the advertising … Continue reading

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Pinterest cancels huge SF office lease in unbuilt project, citing work-from-home shift

Pinterest terminated a massive 490,000-square-foot lease at San Francisco’s unbuilt 88 Bluxome project, citing a shift toward more remote work amid the coronavirus pandemic. The company will instead continue leasing four existing San Francisco offices, including 651 Brannan St., and … Continue reading

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Pending Home Sales Up 30 Percent in San Francisco, But…

Having bottomed out at the end of April, at which point they were down nearly 50 percent on a year-over-year basis, the number of homes in contract to be sold started to rebound in May; turned positive, on a year-over-year … Continue reading

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