San Francisco Rents Continued Steep Pandemic Nosedive In SeptemberThe steady drop in San Francisco monthly rents triggered by the economic chaos triggered by COVID pandemic in mid-March continued in the month of September, according to a survey released Wednesday by
Drastic Drops: Median San Francisco 1-Bedroom Rent Down Nearly 12% Amid COVID-19 PandemicRents for one bedroom apartments in San Francisco in June were down nearly 12 percent from this time last year.
$61/Hour Wage Needed To Rent 2-Bedroom In San Francisco, $54/Hour In San JoseA new report finds six of the 10 most expensive counties in the country to rent a modest two-bedroom apartment are located in the Bay Area.
Median 1-Bedroom Rent In San Francisco Soars To Nearly $3,700 A MonthAlready known for outrageously high rents, the monthly rent in San Francisco has just hit a whole new level.
Measure Limiting Short-Term Rentals Sparks Debate In South Lake TahoeA battle over short term rentals in South Lake Tahoe made the ballot, but now, the voters' decision is partly on hold thanks to the continued debate.
Renter Relief? Bay Area Rents Dip Slightly After Years Of Increases A welcome development for anyone renting in the hot Bay Area market: Rents are dropping slightly after years of steep increases.
A Peek Inside San Francisco's Most Expensive RentalsWhen it comes to housing, San Francisco is one of the world's most expensive cities. Here's a look inside the most expensive rentals on the market.
What Will $2,000 Rent You In Oakland, Right Now?According to rental site Zumper, the median cost of a one-bedroom apartment in Oakland is now $2,100/month. Here's examples of what you can get at that price.
Bay Area Rentals: Inside Hayes Valley's Least Expensive ApartmentsHayes Valley is a "walker's paradise," a "biker's paradise," and has excellent transit, according to Walk Score's rating system.
What Will $2,000 Rent You In Berkeley, Right Now?Curious about just how far a housing dollar stretches in Berkeley? We rounded up the latest rental listings to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to finding a place to live if you've got $2,000/month.
Report: $60/Hour Needed To Afford 2-Bedroom San Francisco ApartmentA new survey finds prospective renters would need to earn $60 an hour to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment in San Francisco.