We live in the world of 211,275 individuals who have $30 million or more in assets each, and many of them own residential property right here in San Francisco. While it's true that more own such properties in New York, London, Hong Kong, and Los Angeles (in that order), we're the only city on the [...]
There are just 92 new listings new to the MLS from Thursday into Friday with 10 listings coming back on the market during that time and 366 scheduled open houses in San Francisco this weekend. There are A LOT of single family homes that have caught my eye this week. Yes, many of them are [...]
That's the centerpiece of Lee's annual state of the city address, to be delivered Friday. He will call for 30,000 homes to be built or rehabilitated over the next six years, with more than half being affordable to low- and middle-income residents making up to $145,650 for a family of four. via Sneak peek: Mayor Ed [...]
It's been a wild year for San Francisco. Batkid took over the city, the tech community came under attack and the only thing people can agree on is that the rent is too damn high. via This Is What San Francisco Could Look Like In 2033.
The Association of Bay Area Governments’ estimates that San Francisco’s population will soar from the current 812,000 to at least 964,000 by 2035. So the Chronicle ran a few maps to introduce folks to the City. Is it accurate? via Unique city maps help newbies navigate the culture of San Francisco - On The [...]
LineaSF Update Just as yours truly got a sneak peek at The Century SF this week, another new, triangular-shaped condo building, is also taking shape. Here's the latest from Linnea SF: Delivery of Linea homes is tentatively scheduled for late Jan/Early Feb 2014 according to our contact there. How To Get In First The best [...]