Monthly Archives: November 2019

Bay Area home prices continue to slip

Bay Area home prices continued to decline in September as the regional market slows from the rapid pace set over the past seven years. The median sales price in September for an existing home in the Bay Area dropped 4.7 … Continue reading

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‘We’ve created this calamity:’ As group home closes, mentally ill may end up in shelter

Despite City Hall’s efforts to save San Francisco’s board and care homes, the facilities for the homeless, mentally ill and drug addicted are still rapidly closing around the city — and officials are running out of places to send the … Continue reading

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You know ’em — those awful jingles on the radio. They’re the real songs of San Francisco

I was out on an extended car trip the other day, listening to the radio as I drove, and realized what I was hearing is a valuable historical artifact: the sounds of Bay Area life. After a lifetime in the … Continue reading

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List of U.S.’s most expensive ZIP codes shows California housing crisis

The real estate site Property Shark published its yearly list of the most expensive housing ZIP codes in the country this week. For the third year in a row, the tony town of Atherton took the number one spot. This … Continue reading

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Dino Zuzic On What Makes San Francisco’s Real Estate Special

Photo Credit: Compass Dino Zuzic is a second-generation real estate professional who focuses on residential and multi-unit real estate sales in San Francisco. Zuzic tailors his efforts to each buyer, seller, and investor in helping them optimize their respective real … Continue reading

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