Real Estate

Large Silicon Valley Lots Being Split Up To Build More HousingSilicon Valley’s real estate market is so hot, the latest trend is building four houses where there used to be one.
Soaring Rents Force More San Francisco Families Into Single-Room Residential HotelsIn San Francisco, whole families are increasingly living in apartments that were intended to house only one person, according to a new report released Friday.
Vallejo Housing Market Among Nation's Hottest, Buyers Quickly Snap Up BargainsIn Vallejo, homes for sale are going fast. The time a house sits on the market before being sold is faster than almost anywhere else in the United States, 26 days.
2 Of The Bay Area's Biggest Mansions Are For SaleIn the market for a mega-mansion? You’re in luck. Two of the biggest homes in the Bay Area are for sale right now. The only catch is you have a mega-sized bank account to buy one.
Economists: Bay Area Nears Full Employment, Housing Market May Get Even TougherMore jobs means more people moving to the Bay Area, which leads to more traffic and higher rents, because there’s not enough housing.
Stock Market Jitters May Be Slowing Down San Francisco’s High-End Housing MarketSince the start of the recovery of the Great Recession in about 2010, San Francisco has been the hottest real estate market in the country with crazy prices.
Berkeley Median Home Prices Reach $1 Million MarkThe latest Bay Area community to hit the $1 million mark for home prices isn’t located in Silicon Valley or Marin County, it’s Berkeley.
San Francisco Supervisors Hoping To Purchase Property For Central Subway ExpansionTwo San Francisco supervisors have started the process to make an offer to purchase a piece of property for a possible expansion of the Central Subway into the city’s North Beach neighborhood, the supervisors announced Thursday.
'Distinguished' San Francisco Shack Selling For $350,000In a city where the median home price is well over one million, a 2-bedroom home on the market for $350,000 is quite the bargain. But there's a catch.
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.
Bay Area Home Sales Dip 10 Percent From July To AugustAugust sales of Bay Area homes dropped more than 10 percent from July, but were up nearly 5 percent from a year ago, data from research firm CoreLogic shows.
San Francisco Landlords Jump On Bandwagon To Build 'Hacker' HostelsPaying $1,800 a month in rent to share a bunk bed is hard to imagine anywhere but San Francisco. The people staying in them are not complaining. In fact, they apparently like it. But the real winner is the landlord.