San Francisco’s Inner Richmond offers residents one of the best shopping and dining districts in the city, with easy access to nature and express transit downtown.
Here's a surprise: Forbes magazine last week published its annual list of the world's most expensive cities, and San Francisco was nowhere to be found.
July 9, 2014 • Posted in San Francisco
Within steps of one of San Francisco's most vibrant retail districts and a short stroll from some of its finest outdoor attractions, Cow Hollow is among the city's most coveted neighborhoods, meaning real estate there is both spendy and hard to come by.
Despite the U.S. team's disappointing World Cup loss this week, a new Redfin study finds many San Franciscans likely still have a horse in the race.
Glen Park might be off the radar of San Francisco tourists, but not so for homebuyers: Competition for a neighborhood property has been fierce over the past year and a half, with buyers paying almost 30 percent above list price for the last two months.
Although $1 million-plus homes in San Francisco saw double-digit price jumps last year, the city is still relatively affordable when compared with other top international destinations, according to Christie's International Real Estate's just-released Luxury Defined report.
San Francisco’s Outer Richmond feels a world apart from some of the city’s more bustling areas but offers a perfect mix of dining, outdoor recreation, and residential peace – all just a quick (express!) bus ride from the Financial District.
With its central location near public transit, freeways, and shopping, San Francisco’s Miraloma Park neighborhood combines all of the peace and convenience of the suburbs with city amenities.
In an effort to keep affordable housing in San Francisco from further disappearing, city politicians are asking California lawmakers to amend the Ellis Act, a law that enables landlords to evict rent-controlled tenants in order to "go out of business." We take a look at the proposed changes.
San Francisco condominium development is picking up but continues to lag demand from a booming workforce.
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