Monthly Archives: November 2020

San Francisco wealth tax will fuel next blue exodus for rich earners | TheHill

The celebration of Democrats is on hold after the election results. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are headed to the White House, but defeats in both chambers of Congress slowed the extreme agenda of packing the Supreme Court, adding new … Continue reading

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San Francisco Voters Approve Higher Taxes for Big Businesses

San Francisco voters approved several tax measures targeting big businesses and property owners in an effort to address economic disparity exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. More than 65% of voters approved placing a new additional tax on San Francisco businesses … Continue reading

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Condo Prices Drop 13% in San Francisco, All-Time Record Inventory Glut Piles Up

The glut is in neighborhoods with condo towers, particularly where the construction boom has been. Neighborhoods with low-rise buildings are less impacted. By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. The situation in the San Francisco housing market is getting increasingly curious. Even as there … Continue reading

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Feces Complaints in San Francisco Drop to Lowest Level in 3 Years Amid Pandemic

The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit analyzed 311 complaint data from April 1 to Nov. 13 and compared it to the same time period in previous years to gain insight into how the global health emergency may be impacting the … Continue reading

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Coronavirus real estate: Tech keeps Silicon Valley office market resilient, San Francisco is struggling

SAN JOSE — Big tech companies have buoyed Silicon Valley’s prospects and the region’s office market is deemed to be the nation’s most resilient and best-poised for growth despite coronavirus-linked uncertainties, according to a report CBRE released Monday. In contrast … Continue reading

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