Where Renting is Most Expensive in San Francisco

For those of us living in San Francisco, it’s no surprise the price of housing is a big concern both locally and nationwide. San Francisco in fact has been the country’s most expensive rental market (for one bedroom units) since August 2014 when our City by the Bay claimed the top spot over New York City. Thanks to our friends at Trulia, here’s a breakdown of the San Francisco’s neighborhoods where rents are highest: San Francisco Neighborhoods with the Most Expensive 1-Bedroom Rentals

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Updated: New Condo Developments in San Francisco

        For more information on any of the new condominium developments now selling or under construction, please contact me. Are you getting my monthly San Francisco newsletter? You can subscribe here.   Meredith Martin is a Broker Associate at Paragon Real Estate Group and can be reached at Meredith@OpeningDoors.me

San Francisco Market Overview: August 2015

  It’s been an uncommonly busy summer for real estate in the Bay Area. In fact, more single-family homes sold in the region last month than in any July since the housing bust! Even with median prices for homes and condos alike in San Francisco exceeding $1,000,000 for the 6th consecutive month and inventory at its lowest since January, the number of property sales recently has kept on pace with the spring months. Even with prices in the area at

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Just Passed: Build Rent-Controlled In-Law Units

  The San Francisco Board of Supervisors just unanimously passed legislation allowing for the addition of new in-law units throughout Districts 3 & 8. This affects the following neighborhoods: Chinatown, Nob Hill, Russian Hill, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, Polk Street, the Financial District, Union Square, Castro, Eureka Valley, Upper Market, Noe Valley, Duboce Triangle, Diamond Heights, Glen Park, College Hill, Corona Heights, Buena Vista, Twin Peaks, Mission-Dolores, and parts of the Inner Mission. This comes in the wake of city-wide legislation passed earlier

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Million Dollar Affordable Housing. Only in San Francisco.

  No San Francisco neighborhood has so squarely positioned itself at the epicenter of opposition to rising housing costs than the Mission District. Of course, housing un-affordability is but one of many rapid changes in the neighborhood, and seeking legislative action is but one response (sidebar: remember when protestors were blocking tech shuttles?) — and median home prices have soared 76% citywide since 2011! For now, let’s take a focused look at some of the real estate sales dynamics in the Mission.

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