Monthly Archives: September 2021

California businesses face eviction as moratorium ends

Some landlords and real estate brokers believe it won’t lead to many evictions, because property owners are desperate to keep their spaces filled and want to renegotiate leases. “I don’t know anyone evicting tenants. We’re not evicting anyone,” John Callan, … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

California takes aim at housing discrimination with new laws

“Some communities have only built one sort of housing for one sort of person,” Assembly Member Miguel Santiago, D-Los Angeles, said. “It’s one thing to say we are not discriminating. It’s a whole other thing to say we are dismantling … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Listed for $100M, This Atherton Compound Could Break Bay Area Records

Located on the San Francisco Peninsula, Atherton is known as the most expensive ZIP code in the country, sunny weather, and more than a few multimillion dollar mansions. Now, the exclusive enclave has broken into nine-digit price territory. A spread … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

Millennials are buying more homes – after moving back in with their parents

Even before getting engaged last year, the East Bay couple had been anxiously budgeting, unsure if buying a house in one of the priciest regions in the nation was feasible. In August, the median house price for a home in … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment

‘Treehouse in the sky’: San Francisco home sells for $2 million over asking price

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – A San Francisco home just sold for $2.1 million over its asking price after receiving 15 offers in 11 days. 177 Belgrave Avenue was listed at $3.5 million, and it sold for $5.6 million. The … Continue reading

Posted in SF Bay Area News | Tagged | Leave a comment