Monthly Archives: December 2019

Bay Area In 2010s: Soaring Real Estate Prices Ending The California Dream

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Located on a nice, quiet Daly City neighborhood street, the 1,570-square foot, three-bedroom, two-bath house at 872 N Mayfair Ave. would be considered a nice starter home in much of the nation. But it’s actually … Continue reading

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Market Musings: A decade for the record books in Bay Area real estate

Hello 2020… Let’s go back to the end of 2009, a decade ago when the subset of people obsessed with Twitter was only slightly bigger than the one comprised of San Franciscans who disliked the sitting U.S. president. Whatever you … Continue reading

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A California housing crisis mystery: Rents are way up, but eviction filings are way down

Shirley Gibson isn’t quite sure how to feel about these numbers. As directing attorney of the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County — which offers legal services to low-income tenants caught between the preposterously priced southern suburbs of San … Continue reading

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Empty Oakland lot with Shen Yun billboard asks $1.69 million

This empty lot east of Lake Merritt in Oakland is asking $1.695 million. This empty lot east of Lake Merritt in Oakland is asking $1.695 million. Photo: Courtesy Winkler Real Estate Group Caption Close This empty lot east of Lake … Continue reading

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Single Homeless Moms Get Reprieve On Eviction From Oakland Home

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A pair of homeless Oakland mothers occupying a vacant home as a housing protest on Thursday was given another four days to make their case. At a hearing packed by dozens of people who support mothers … Continue reading

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