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Mid-Market arts center at risk amid boom

The surge in high-priced development along San Francisco’s long-neglected Mid-Market corridor may be a boon to city finances, but the rising prices that growth has fueled is a threat to the local arts community. A years-long effort to build a … Continue reading

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Biotech, Lab Property Owners Holding Their Own Despite Shifting Landscape for …

Big changes are roiling U.S. biotechnology and life sciences companies — and by extension the real estate owners that rent them with lab, RD and manufacturing space — with pressures from global markets and regulatory and economic uncertainty causing tenants … Continue reading

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Changes to jumbo loans kick market while it’s down

Barring last-minute action by Congress, many Bay Area home shoppers will soon find it harder to buy more expensive homes because of changes in eligibility requirements for a popular type of mortgage. Starting Oct. 1, interest rates on loans between … Continue reading

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Homeowners Drowning in Negative Equity

Page 1 of 3 | Next PageShow Entire Article If you have no desire or need to sell your home, then falling home prices are just on paper and likely temporary, right? Depends on how you look at it. Falling … Continue reading

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