SF Real Estate Market Reports
A market possibly poised at its peak.
Home sales are sometimes an "essential business"—but you have to play by the rules.
Despite region’s wealth, younger homeownership rate is a fraction of what it is elsewhere.
Powerhouse market fell off a cliff in November—and still hasn’t landed.
With social distancing in effect, SF homes are like sunken treasure—incredibly valuable, but impossible to reach.
For wintertime sellers, time to make a deal.
People love to grow old in Daly City and Berkeley.
But the pickings are getting slimmer as years go by.
Come out of the bunkers, it’s safe now.
For years, pollsters have said San Franciscans are spoiling to leave—and it’s all starting to sound the same.
California makes up nearly the entire list.
Three guesses why.
Bethel Island is one of the most affordable places to find housing in the Bay Area—for now.
That’s still more than half a million dollars cheaper than the city at large.
Data for 2018 shows increase in rents, housing prices, home values, and median income.
The biggest drop this year.
As well as 40 years of saving for a down payment.
Many people also think Bay Area is "on the wrong track."
"The chickens will be coming home to roost this spring."
But that still leaves more than 100,000 Bay Area homes empty.
Those few who own in city also double the income of renters, says Zillow.