Tag Archives: Largest Cities

Election and Housing: Is Your Home’s Value Better Off?

Are we better off today than we were four years ago? That is the constant question on the eve of yet another tight presidential race. From the perspective of home prices, the answer is, as always, it depends on where … Continue reading

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100000 Garbage Bags Worth of Trash Washes into San Francisco Bay Each Year

Threat to Democracy/CC BY 2.0 The San Francisco Bay Area is home to some 7.5 million inhabitants, with many paying an exorbitant price for real estate that offers even a slivered view of those namesake waters — but it turns … Continue reading

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Rent or buy?: Condo ownership might make sense in San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland

As home prices fall and rents climb, it could make sense to buy in the Bay Area’s three largest cities, according to a report from San Francisco real estate website Trulia. The site compared rents and list prices for two-bedroom … Continue reading

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