SF Real Estate Market Reports
Here’s how much it cost to buy a house in the Bay Area (before the outbreak)
A market possibly poised at its peak.
The rules for selling a home during the coronavirus crisis
Home sales are sometimes an "essential business"—but you have to play by the rules.
Most SF millennials still can’t afford to buy a home
Despite region’s wealth, younger homeownership rate is a fraction of what it is elsewhere.
SF housing inventory plunges during coronavirus emergency
Powerhouse market fell off a cliff in November—and still hasn’t landed.
How COVID-19 has affected the Bay Area housing market
With social distancing in effect, SF homes are like sunken treasure—incredibly valuable, but impossible to reach.
Number of SF homes selling under asking price spikes four months in a row
For wintertime sellers, time to make a deal.
Here are the Bay Area cities where people stay the longest
People love to grow old in Daly City and Berkeley.
One of the best cities for millennial homebuyers in the U.S. is Hayward
But the pickings are getting slimmer as years go by.
Tech IPOs didn’t destroy Bay Area housing after all
Come out of the bunkers, it’s safe now.
SF house sales slide, but condo selling surges
Because why should 2019 start making sense now?
SF housing went on a rampage this past decade
Just as in the movies of old, science has created a monster in San Francisco: your mortgage.
Number of homes for sale in Bay Area plummets from 2018
Is this thing on?
Bay Area residents unhappy with region says every poll ever
For years, pollsters have said San Franciscans are spoiling to leave—and it’s all starting to sound the same.
SF housing becoming more affordable, say realtors
Are they thinking of the same San Francisco?
List of country’s most expensive ZIP codes reveals an out-of-control housing crisis
California makes up nearly the entire list.
17 percent of SF millennials say they’ll never buy a home
Three guesses why.
Bay Area leads the nation in million-dollar homes
A race not worth winning?
This tiny East Bay town is where home prices are inflating fastest
Bethel Island is one of the most affordable places to find housing in the Bay Area—for now.
Houses in Bayview and the Excelsior now average $1 million
That’s still more than half a million dollars cheaper than the city at large.
SF housing bubble risk down, but still worrisome
"Valuations have fallen sharply," says new report.
Census says: San Francisco getting richer, more expensive by the year
Data for 2018 shows increase in rents, housing prices, home values, and median income.
Bay Area home sales decline 12 months in a row
July’s sale inventory lowest since 2011.
New shock: SF house price declines year over year again
The biggest drop this year.
Housing affordability at “historic low” in Bay Area
If you’re not making $343,000 this year, reconsider buying a home in SF
SF median house price hits $1.7 million
Meanwhile, Vallejo remains the Bay Area’s most affordable region.
SF home prices drop, still unaffordable for all
"It’s possible price points for homes have reached a level that households simply cannot afford."
Buying a home in SF means earning a $200K salary—at least
As well as 40 years of saving for a down payment.
Poll: Bay Area called ”best place on Earth,” but respondents still want to leave
Many people also think Bay Area is "on the wrong track."
SF home sales up ahead of Uber IPO
Ride-hailing company sputters in trading, but may break housing skid.
Bay Area home prices (barely) drop for first time in seven years
"The chickens will be coming home to roost this spring."
SF home sales continue to drop
February figure is lowest since 2008.
How much income does it take to buy a home in SF?
Housing security is a six-figure affair these days.
San Jose, SF among lowest vacancy rates in the U.S., says study
But that still leaves more than 100,000 Bay Area homes empty.
SF homebuyers nearly twice as wealthy as U.S. average
Those few who own in city also double the income of renters, says Zillow.
December home prices drop across SF and East Bay
Asking prices tumble while number of days on the market spikes.