Monthly Archives: March 2022

Men can afford nearly four times as many homes in San Francisco as women, according to a new study

The study used Zillow home value data and census income data to determine what share of homes men and women working in the private sector with the region’s median income could afford. Zillow defined affordability as being able to spend … Continue reading

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Buster Posey Sells Lafayette Property, East Bay Realtors Get Him Nearly $10 Million — ‘Custom’ Treehouse Included

That final sale price is right around double the $4.585 million the Poseys paid for the place originally in June of 2013, according to Realtor. “The sellers trusted the process and have no regrets,” Julie Del Santo, one of the … Continue reading

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SF Giants star Buster Posey sells Bay Area mansion for $9.3 million

Former San Francisco Giants star catcher Buster Posey has quietly sold his Lafayette mansion for $9.28 million, cutting ties to a region he’s called home since he became a fixture with the team more than a decade ago. The seven-time … Continue reading

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$95000 for 200 square feet: Tiny homes are in demand amid the Bay Area’s affordability crisis

Some sellers offer plots where people can live after buying their tiny home. Others require them to be shipped or trucked to land that the buyers own. But with that demand also comes supply issues. Companies like Pacifica Tiny Homes, … Continue reading

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Big investors are snapping up homes — but not in the Bay Area

Corporate investment in residential real estate set records in 2021, with private equity and public funds snatching up nearly 1 in 5 U.S. homes by the end of the year. But the Bay Area? Nope. Investors bought up just 4% … Continue reading

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