Monthly Archives: February 2021

Yelp gives up some SF office space after employee work changes

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Yelp says its presence in San Francisco is changing as work from home plans become more permanent. The company on Friday said it will have “a significant portion” of their employees work remotely full-time. Some will … Continue reading

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S.F. versus Sacramento: What type of home can you buy for under $1 million?

Turns out, not a lot. As recent Zillow data shows, housing prices in both areas are at multi-year highs, and new inventory is low. Realtors in both locations say competition among buyers is fierce, especially for homes under the $1 … Continue reading

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Bay Area home prices soar through pandemic, holiday season

Swetha Theeda and her husband, Ashwin Macharla, had been house-hunting, on-and-off, for five years. With a second child due in the spring, the couple decided now was the time to act, despite COVID-19 concerns. They searched in one of the … Continue reading

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Some tech workers are leaving San Francisco. They won’t be missed

San Francisco is a boom-and-bust town, ever since its first real population surge, the Gold Rush of 1849. And just as some of the transient miners who trounced upon San Francisco en route to the Sierra foothills eventually left, some … Continue reading

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Bay Area rental market is rebounding — but why? – The San Francisco Examiner

Something’s going on with the local rental market. After nine months of historic free fall, it appears to have stabilized, which leaves us wondering: Why? It’s no secret that the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco has … Continue reading

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