Income Needed To Buy Median Price San Francisco Home Over $330K Prospective home buyers looking to buy a median-price home in San Francisco now need an annual income over $330,000, according to a new report by the California Association of Realtors.
Burned Out San Jose Home Sold For Over $930KA fire-damaged San Jose that made national headlines for its astonishing list price of nearly $800,000 has sold well above asking.
Real Estate Startups Streamline Sales, Cut Closing CostsWith Bay Area home sale prices routinely running to seven figures, sellers are looking to trim the commissions they pay realtors and a slew of Silicon Valley startups are vying to do just that.
Startup Builds Dorms For Adults In Tenderloin As Waiting List GrowsAmid the housing crisis, a San Francisco company that build dorms for adults claims it has 13,000 people on its waiting list and is working on its biggest project yet.
Cheapest House For Sale In San Francisco Isn't Cheap At AllA tiny San Francisco property is expected to draw a big price when it sells.
San Jose Median Home Price Rose By $1,700 Per Day In Early 2018The hot real estate market in the Bay Area has reached a point where the median home price in San Jose and San Francisco rose by four figures each day in the early part of the year.
Tahoe's Azure Splendor Leaves Low-Wage Workers BlueThe Lake Tahoe you see in the vacation ads is pristine Alpine grandeur but, for thousands of low-wage workers, that Tahoe is mostly a mirage.
Median Bay Area Housing Price Hits $820KHousing prices in the Bay Area jumped 14.7 percent from 2017 and hit a new peak of $820,000 in March 2018, according to data by housing research firm CoreLogic.
Home Prices Are On An Epic RunHome sellers are partying like it's 2006.
Actress Michelle Pfeiffer Puts $29.5M Woodside Mansion On MarketA Hollywood power couple is looking to sell their multi-million dollar mansion in Woodside.
Condemned Fremont Home Sold For $1.23 MillionA home in Fremont that has been condemned was recently sold for seven-figures, another sign that the Bay Area's housing market shows little sign of cooling off.
POLL: Developers, Tech Industry Fueling High Real Estate PricesWhen it comes to real estate sticker shock, a new poll has found that a majority of Bay Area residents place the blame for the high cost of housing on developers and the tech industry.