Monthly Archives: December 2018

Mighty House: A new ‘tiny home’ for Bay Area’s exorbitant market

Frustrated with the Bay Area’s absurdly expensive housing market, Siena Shaw and her husband, Brian Rubin, spent two years parenting and working full-time jobs — and constructing the Mighty House. The couple and their then 2-year-old daughter had relocated from … Continue reading

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Bay Area political events: Journalism, Indivisible

Upcoming political events in the Bay Area. SUNDAY Indivisible S.F.: General meeting. 4 p.m., St. Mark’s Church-Urban Life Center,1111 O’Farrell St., San Francisco. More information is here. JAN. 1 Oscar Grant: Vigil marking the 10th anniversary of fatal shooting of … Continue reading

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SF’s top 5 over-bids for 2018 show how crazy the market got this year

Caption Close San Francisco list prices are already among the nation’s highest, but when people are willing to bid more than 75 percent over those list prices, things get a little crazy. And “a little crazy” defines San Francisco’s real … Continue reading

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Here Are the Top 5 Bay Area Stories of 2018

The Bay Area has been through a lot in 2018.  We’ve seen rising concerns about the dirty streets in San Francisco, the housing crisis across the region, wildfire smoke from Butte County and a horrific shooting in the heart of … Continue reading

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San Francisco rents close 2018 by rising—again

Winter is here, both for the city and for San Francisco’s always chilling rent prices, which show no signs of seasonal generosity according to reports from popular rental platforms furnishing data for the city. Although San Francisco’s housing market seems … Continue reading

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