Monthly Archives: September 2022

As rents soar, Calif. school district turns to parents for teacher housing

In 2019, Sarah La Due told EdSource, a news organization focused on covering California education, that’s why she was moving to Las Vegas to teach high school instead of starting her sixth year at a school district in El Cerrito, … Continue reading

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Report shows more people leaving SF than any other metro

According to Redfin, 24.1% of its local users searched for properties outside of the Bay Area in July and August. Their top in-state destination is only a hop, skip and a jump along Interstate 80 away, in Sacramento. The top … Continue reading

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Rate hikes, stock market dips affect Bay Area real estate

Instead, the term “balanced market” is being tossed around, a new spin on the phenomenon of buyers (slowly, cautiously) earning back power they haven’t had for years. Kenneth Hogan, an East Bay real estate agent for two decades, said he’s … Continue reading

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They operate thousands of SF apartments. But who’s the landlord?

More stories from our housing data analysis Finally, the Chronicle identified family members and business associates who worked with Yat-Pang Au. The Chronicle compiled a map of over 293 buildings by searching for corporate mailing addresses associated with Veritas properties: … Continue reading

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3 SF homes get price cut in signs of cooling Bay Area market

The penthouse at 2006 Washington St. was the first to cut its price and is still the city’s most expensive listing at $35 million, down from an original list price of $45 million. The 10th-floor unit came on the market … Continue reading

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