Bay Area Home Sales In March Slowest In 11 Years, Median Price Drops 1st Time Since 2002Bay Area home sales in March were the slowest the region has seen in 11 years, according to new data released Monday by real estate research firm CoreLogic.
Quirky San Francisco Home That Looks Like Artwork Sells Over Asking PriceA quirky, colorful home in The Sunset that has recently become a tourist and Instagrammer hot spot sold for $550,000 over the asking price.
Big IPOs Add Even More Pressure To Red-Hot Bay Area Housing MarketIs the San Francisco IPO millionaire land rush over-hyped? Not if you talk with local high-end real estate agents.
San Jose Sets Foundation For 'Adult Dorm' DevelopmentThe San Jose City Council has embraced dorm-style apartments with shared kitchens and living rooms as a possible solution to the shortage of affordable housing.
County Seeks Developer for Teacher Housing Project in Palo AltoSanta Clara County is seeking a development partner to build homes for teachers in Palo Alto in an effort to keep teachers in a community where house prices have soared out of reach for many middle-class workers.
Tenants Say Renovations Are Pushing Them Out Of Rent-Controlled HousingAs San Francisco cracks down on owner move-in and Ellis Act evictions, tenants rights groups are worried about a new loophole: It’s being called “renoviction."
Gov. Newsom Selling Kentfield Home For $5.9MCalifornia governor Gavin Newsom has listed his family's home in Kentfield for $5.9 million as the Newsoms have relocated to Sacramento.
Homeowners Build Backyard Structures To Sidestep Housing CrisisSome are finding that a solution to the high cost of Bay Area housing is not far away. Demand for backyard structures known as Auxiliary Dwelling Units (ADU) is skyrocketing.
2 Cats Live By Themselves In $1500/Mo. Silicon Valley StudioThey may be Silicon Valley's most unusual and pampered tenants: two cats are staying in a casita located behind a single family home in Willow Glen.
Square Deal Set to Bring Big Boost to Oakland EconomyThe mobile payment company Square is moving to uptown Oakland. It's one of the city's largest real estate deals ever but people have mixed feelings about the tech company's arrival.
As Californians Exit East, Reno Motels Become Last Resort for Low-Cost HousingSilicon Valley firms from Apple to Tesla have set up operations in the Reno area, bringing waves of tech workers. For Reno's down-and-out, however, the boom has pushed housing prices up and the tourist town's many motor lodges have become their housing of last resort.