Monthly Archives: March 2021

Black California homeowner lowballed by $155K in appraisal, believe race and biases are factors – KGO

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) — Two longtime friends and business partners reached out to ABC7 News with a story of what they believe is discrimination in the appraisal process. The men believe the East Oakland home was hit with a lower … Continue reading

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In Housing Market Gone Nuts, Condo Prices Sag in San Francisco Bay Area, Hover in 3-Year Range in New York, Rise at Half Speed in Los Angeles

But low-tier prices of single-family houses in the vast New York City metro explode by 15%, powered by fleeing Manhattanites? By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. The headlines are everywhere: The housing market has gone nuts with silly bidding wars and ludicrous price … Continue reading

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COVID impact: Will San Francisco’s commercial real estate market go back to normal?

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – In San Francisco, there are signs that the coronavirus pandemic may be easing, but what will it take to attract workers back to the city and reinvigorate the commercial real estate market.   Since the pandemic … Continue reading

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San Francisco vs. Oakland: What starter home can you buy for $1 million?

In the first few months of the pandemic, the inventory of condos in San Francisco was the highest it had been in 15 years, as people rushed to get out of smaller spaces and move to places where they could … Continue reading

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Citrus Heights home receives 122 offers in one weekend, sells within three hours

But in a single weekend, the 1,400-square-foot home with an asking price of $399,000 collected 122 offers in total. “That house was on the market for three hours,” Anita Jackier told KTXL. The couple said they planned to sell their … Continue reading

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