October Observations:  The SF Realtors Release October Sales Figures: Houses Cheaper; Condos Higher.

October Observations:  The SF Realtors Release October Sales Figures: Houses Cheaper; Condos Higher.

The SF Realtors Release Monthly Sales Figures That Show Houses Are (Relatively) Cheaper Than Last Year, But Condo Prices Are Up October sale data has been crunched, bar graphs were made and now it’s time to make some inferences. The data geeks from 10K (who have said no other market in the country looks like [...]

September’s Full House of San Francisco Real Estate: Kevin’s Hatchbeat Column Plus

September is the time when San Francisco’s real estate market wakes up from its summer hibernation especially after Labor Day. Kevin Ho, Vanguard Properties and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties discuss how this September may be different from past ones for buyers and sellers of real estate.

Curbed SF: Duboce Triangle Archives

What have 10 years meant for San Francisco real estate prices? Real estate website PropertyShark set out to answer that question with an interactive map of changes in prices per square foot for median home sales; the map compares prices in 2004 with those in 2014. The neighborhoods that have changed the most include Duboce [...]

The Nine Easiest, Fun Nights Out In SF, By Neighborhood: SFist

Sometimes you just want to go out, be it on a weekend or a school night, and you don't want to trek all over town or spend a huge wad of cash or squander the whole night in bars you always go to. For those who tend to be imagination-challenged when it comes to dates, [...]

DoReMi: Creating an arts oasis in a forbiddingly costly city – San Francisco Chronicle

Art collectors Deborah and Andy Rappaport are taking over an industrial building in Dogpatch to test a unique plan to save San Francisco’s galleries from being squeezed out of this overpriced city. Their concept: offer space at a rent that is drastically below market rate in hopes that they will lose money or — best-case [...]

The least expensive S.F. neighborhoods to buy a single-family home – On The Block

There were also many neighborhoods where median single-family home sales were far below the citywide median. For the most part, these homes were located in the city’s southeastern quadrant, where neighborhoods like Mission Terrace (940K), Sunnyside (860K), Excelsior (709K), Outer Mission (782K) and Portola (751K) were purchased for well below the citywide median. via The [...]