Whoopi Goldberg has sold her home at 2212 McKinley Avenue, in Berkeley. The quaint home not only sold fast, it went way over asking.
A proposal to enact interim zoning controls, and thereby freeze the development of market-rate housing for 18 months in San Francisco’s Mission District, has qualified for the Nov. 3 ballot.
A Bay Area man at the top of his profession is now disrupting the old business model when it comes to real estate.
The wealthy town of Woodside is taking on basements, as the community is dealing with a real estate trend of building down, not up.
The latest illustration of just how out of whack the Bay Area housing market is shows local counties overwhelming the United States map, when counties are drawn proportionate in size to their property values.
A home in San Francisco’s Richmond District which attained notoriety because it once housed a mummified corpse has been sold over its asking price of just under $1 million.
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.
The little house that looks so out of place in front of Children’s Hospital Oakland is looking for a new plot of land to call home, and the hospital is willing to pay thousands of dollars for someone to take it away.
Berkeley is losing one of its most famous residents. According to Redfin, Whoopi Goldberg just listed the home she bought back in 1985 for $1.275 million.
The San Francisco real estate market is causing more jaws to drop, this time with a 411 square foot micro-loft that just sold for $465,000.