For the seventh time in the past eight months, the San Francisco metro area ranked as the nation’s hottest real estate market in February, with other Golden State cities also experiencing high demand amid limited supply conditions.
There has been a lot of chatter this fall about home prices around the city and whether or not they can continue their stratospheric rise. After a big spring selling season, the median price for houses had peaked at $1.325 million, while condos sat at $1.12 million. After the usual summer dip, prices were back […]
A median two-bedroom apartment in San Francisco now rents at $5,000 a month, while Oakland has become an increasingly attractive destination for buyers, renters, startups and established corporations
Zillow predicts the pace of home-value appreciation will drop by more than half over the next 12 months in the San Francisco metro area. The implications could be profound in the Bay Area, which has enjoyed one of the nation’s hottest housing markets over the past several years and where homeowners have come to expect beefy […]
Looking for a new place to call home in San Francisco? Good news, there are 10 new developments coming onto the San Francisco market soon – some available before the end of 2015 and a few in 2016. The biggest developments are both rental projects, with Potrero 1010 and 101 Polk Street both set to launch […]
Like many people in the Bay Area, Ken Ball and his wife would like to sell their home in Oakland and use the profit to buy a house without a mortgage somewhere cheaper. The problem is, they can’t do it for nine to 12 months, and Ball wonders where the market will be then. “I […]
Breakdown of San Francisco neighborhood home sales as reported to the city’s Multiple Listing Service, year to date though July 2015 including Noe Valley and Bernal Heights
Neighborhood associations for Castro/Eureka Valley, Lower Haight, Hayes Valley, NoPa, and Duboce Triangle have formed a coalition to announce a new policy that aims to boost affordable housing in new developments, including an increase in required below market rate (BMR) units from 12 percent to 20 percent. The new policy, announced today in a letter to San Francisco Planning CommissionPresident Rodney Fong, […]