It’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.
The house that raised Anne Hathaway’s character “Mia” is on the market…
Richmond hopes a one-of-a-kind plan will fix struggling neighborhoods. The program teams up with nonprofits, contractors and socially-conscious investors to buy and flip neglected homes.
San Francisco Flower Mart Vendors Will Ask Voters To Stop Developers From Turning Site Into Tech Campus
San Francisco flower vendors along with the help of a former mayor, announced a plan on Wednesday to ask voters to save the City’s historic Flower Mart from a real estate developer that wants to turn the SoMa site into a technology campus.
Community Managers are trained professionals that act as a champion for your community by guiding volunteer HOA board members through complicated issues to protect property values and enhance the quality of life for you and your neighbors.
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.
You may be able to buy a home in Redwood City for $1 in an area where the average home costs $1 million. But before you move in, your house will have to move out.
Thousands of drivers heading from the Bay Bridge to Downtown San Francisco use the Folsom Street off-ramp each day. But the ramp will close for the next few months, not only to make it safer, but to make way for construction.
Noise, Blocked Parking Spots Irk Neighbors Amid Construction Of Mark Zuckerberg’s $10 Million Home In SF Dolores Heights
In a dense neighborhood where parking is more sparse than sun on a San Francisco summer afternoon, many Dolores Heights neighbors are feeling frustrated around the impact Facebook’s founder $10 million “fixer-upper” is having on the community.
It’s no secret that San Francisco is home to some of the prices real estate in America, but closer look at what’s out there shows that you can now spend more than a quarter of a million a year just renting a home for your family.