San Francisco to spend $44M on affordable housing for teachers



San Francisco is working to provide more affordable housing to the city’s teachers, after a report warned that many are struggling to be able to pay their mortgages and rents

Two historic San Francisco homes listed for $1 each



Two historic homes in the Oakland, Calif., area have gone on sale for just $1 each. However, the deal does come with a catch…

Realtor.com® Names Top Cities for Millennials



Realtor.com®, a leading online real estate destination operated by News Corp [NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA]; [ASX: NWS, NWSLV] subsidiary Move, Inc., today announced realtor.com®’s Top Cities for Millennials.

San Francisco Bay area is tops for sellers



San Francisco and San Jose, Calif. top Zillow’s list of the best markets for sellers. Buyers in Baltimore and Miami will have the most negotiating power when shopping for a home however, according to a new analysis. Denver, Seattle and Sacramento, Calif. join the two Bay Area metros on the list of markets that favor […]

San Francisco homes get the most hits from non-residents



San Francisco is one of the most popular housing markets searched by non-resident home shoppers on Zillow, yet many locals are searching for homes outside of the area

Redfin tool helps house hunters find a home with an easy commute



Real estate analyst firm Redfin has just launched a new tool that should prove especially useful to home hunters who’re looking to avoid a lengthy commute.

San Francisco is too hot for millenials



San Francisco has long been known for its obscenely expensive and incredibly competitive housing scene, and a new report shines the spotlight on just how expensive it is for millennial buyers.

Booming San Francisco Commercial Real Estate Market Tops Manhattan



Manhattan is still renowned for its high office rents, but San Francisco has quickly taken the lead. According to Main Street, the city by the bay has actually topped Manhattan in terms of the priciest city in the country in the residential sector.

Affordable Homes Falling Farther Out of Reach for Californians



While increasing home prices are encouraging for homeowners and sellers, a rising number of Californians are unable to join the ranks of homeowners as prices continue to fall out of reach, according to the California Association of Realtors. Just 32 percent of Californians could afford a median-priced, existing single family home in California during the […]

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