Realty Check: Astronomical Prices For SF Vacant LotsWith only 18 vacant lots for sale in San Francisco, even dirt fetches seven figures.
In Depth: Airbnb Sues City Of San Francisco Over Rental RegulationAirbnb is suing its hometown, arguing that it's not responsible for making sure hosts follow city rules.
Decaying Palo Alto Fixer-Upper A $5 Million Realty Check For Silicon ValleyA decaying structure in the heart of Silicon Valley could be your dream home -- if you've got a spare $5 million lying around.
Vallejo Rebounds From Recession And Realtors RejoiceThe city of Vallejo is bouncing back from recession and bankruptcy and local real estate prices show it.
AirBnB Pledges Crackdown On Hosts Who Violate SF LawsStarting Saturday, AirBnB will purge hosts who have turned private homes into illegal hotels in San Francisco.
Airbnb Spends Millions In SF Prop F Battle Both Sides Say Is For Soul Of The CityAirbnb has donated $8 million and counting to defeat Proposition F which would limit short-term rentals to 75 days.
Google Executive Buys Palo Alto Home For Record $30 MillionA landmark Palo Alto home has been purchased for a whopping $30 million by a Google executive.
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.
$4 Million Homes Being Built In Pacifica Has Some Residents Concerned About Changing CharacterIt’s not unusual to hear about new million dollar homes being built in the Bay Area. But the building of 10 homes with a starting price above $4 million is causing a stir among residents worried it could change the community’s character.
Rent Rise Forcing Artists To Flee San FranciscoArtist Rick Kitagawa and studio owner Solange Gabrielli worry that San Francisco will lose its reputation as a haven for entertainers, artists and colorful characters priced out of the city by soaring housing costs.
Proposed Low-Income Housing In Marin County Meets NIMBY OppositionOn Monday, Marin County will hold the first of three public hearings on low-income housing. Many homeowners are concerned about what could happen to their property values.
New Homes Coming To Newark, Developers Paying Millions In Fees Instead Of Building Affordable UnitsEmpty 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.