The San Francisco housing market hardly flinched when a home formerly belonging to the mummified corpse of a 90-year-old went on the market.
Home is where their hell is — that’s what tenants of a South of Market apartment building are trying to illustrate in a lawsuit that alleges a bevy of terrible living conditions despite paying market-rate rents.
No, it’s not a dorm room — but it’ll cost you the same of putting three kids through college, medical school and then maybe leave you with some leftover change for retirement.
Some residents in Oakland say their landlord is playing dirty.
Facebook is collecting a bunch of new buildings and transforming the Silicon Valley tech campus.
The average price of a home in the Bay Area is up again on a year over year basis, data released today by property information service CoreLogic DataQuick shows.
San Francisco’s luxury condos are being purchased by wealthy buyers who have an unquenchable thirst for high-end real estate but don’t live in the city.
The latest residential data shows key indicators in housing are mixed. The market is said to be recovering, but not yet recovered.
Empty lots will soon turn into Newark’s first new housing in years. But most people will be priced out, and city leaders may prefer it that way.
A new report from ZipRealty finds Oakland homes appreciating at a faster rate than San Francisco in the last year.