Homes, Cars Parked On Berkeley Street Riddled With BulletsNeighbors were awakened by gunfire as their cars and homes were riddled with bullets on a quiet street in Berkeley early Saturday morning.
Mortgage Prices Jump Ahead Of Expected Interest Rate HikeMortgage interest rates have already started jumping up ahead of next month’s expected rate hike.
Bay Area Home Sellers Cutting Prices More Than Anywhere Else In U.S.More home sellers are cutting prices these days around the Bay Area.
Peninsula Residents Tired Of Noisy SFO Flight Paths, Seek FAA ChangesBay Area neighborhoods are fed up with planes constantly flying over their homes.
First Time Buyers Account For Nearly Half Of Recent Home SalesReal estate experts are blown away by new figures just released from Zillow that show who is buying homes.
DUI Driver Allegedly Causes 450-Acre Fire Near Town Of San AndreasA woman allegedly driving on the metal rim of her car's wheel sparked a 450-acre wildfire just east of the town of San Andreas that threatened homes, and forced evacuations in the area.
Oakland Beats San Francisco For Growth In Rental, Home PricesSan Francisco housing prices are high, but the fastest rate of growth in both rents and purchase prices is in Oakland.
Oakland Homes Selling For More Over Asking Price Than San Francisco'sA new report finds the Bay Area city with the highest percentage paid over asking price for homes from April through June was Oakland.
Study: Luxury Homes Have More Bugs, Greater Bug DiversityThe bigger the house and pricier the neighborhood, the more bugs and kinds of bugs are likely to live there.
High-Tech Realtors Take Prospective Home Buyers On Virtual Reality TourBay Area realtors are turning to Silicon Valley virtual reality company Matterport to help sell properties to international buyers.
Oakland, Berkeley Ranked Worst U.S. Cities For First-Time Home BuyersIf you're a first-time home buyer, California may not not the place to get your feet wet.
San Francisco's Real Estate Market Softening, But Only For Super RichThere is a faint glimmer of hope that the Bay Area’s real estate prices are softening, but only in the high-end of the market.