San Francisco in the Top 5 best performing Housing Markets

Of course the agents pounding the pavement in San Francisco didn’t need this to let us know we’ve been fortunate thus far in avoiding the national housing crisis so many other counties are working through. However, because realtors are generally considered to have an alterior motive regarding reporting the truth of that; it’s nice to have a ‘neutral’ party come out and say so for a change. Compiled by Forbes magazine, this is a list of the top 10 best

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San Francisco Out-Perfoms the Bay Area

According to DataQuick as reported in the SF Examiner, comparing October year over year sales (2007 to 2006), every other county in the Bay Area saw declines in volume of home sales between 28% and 54%. SF County saw a decline of only 8.2% in volume of home sales, with an increase in median home sales price of 3.9%. CBS news reports: ‘Median home values were flat or declined in October compared to the year-ago period in Alameda, Contra Costa,

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Parking Meters Not Enforced Today (except in Fisherman's Wharf)

I know, it’s been ages since I posted. I have no excuse except to say the Real Estate market in San Francisco is far from dead – even now at the end of the year and facing the holidays. Today the Urban Youth Gardening Conference is on at 2050 Bryant Street from 11-3pm: But what I find most interesting is NO Parking meters are being enforced, except at Fisherman’s Wharf. Don’t ask us what constitutes Fisherman’s Wharf – that appears

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