State Lawmakers In Tough Spot With Gov. Brown's Low-Income Housing DealCalifornia legislative leaders seeking a big influx of money for low-income housing got Gov. Jerry Brown on board, but there's a catch: Lawmakers will have to approve Brown's contested proposal to speed approval for developments that include affordable units.
Vallejo Rebounds From Recession And Realtors RejoiceThe city of Vallejo is bouncing back from recession and bankruptcy and local real estate prices show it.
California Home Sales Cool In October, Prices Hold SteadyA research firm says California home sales cooled in October after a summer rally. Prices held steady.
Bay Area's Only Private Island, Once $22 Million, Can Now Be Yours For $5 MillionA private island in the San Francisco Bay has had its priced slashed and is now for sale for $5 million.
Peninsula's Quirky 'Flintstone' House Hits Market For $4.2 MillionIt's a home pulled from the Stone Age and now eager onlookers can put a bid in to buy it.
30-Acre Green Roof Over Cupertino Would Be World's LargestA South Bay developer is reimagining an outdated Cupertino mall by building the world's largest green roof on top of it.
Historic Belvedere Mansion Sells For $47.5M, Breaking Real Estate RecordsA mansion on the exclusive Marin County island town of Belvedere is going down in history as the highest reported single-family home sold in the area.
Realtors Worry Downturn In Chinese Economy Could Cool Red-Hot Bay Area Real Estate MarketSome of the most bullish local realtors have been flinching as markets on both sides of the Pacific have plunged.
Will $6,500 For A 1-Bedroom Apartment In San Francisco Become The New Normal?The latest San Francisco housing market shocker comes courtesy of 435 Duboce Avenue, where a 1-bedroom apartment will cost you $6,500 a month.
Bay Area Realtor Shaking Up Business By Removing CommissionsA Bay Area man at the top of his profession is now disrupting the old business model when it comes to real estate.
Hoarder's SF Home With Mummified Corpse,'Vintage Charm' Can Be Yours For Just Under $1 MillionThe San Francisco housing market hardly flinched when a home formerly belonging to the mummified corpse of a 90-year-old went on the market.
San Francisco Apartment From Hell: Tenants Sue Landlord Over Sewage In Sinks, Blood-Stained WallsHome 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.