Gen Z kids living with parents won’t devastate rental market
We have this image of “the landlord” — this predatory, over-funded, 1980s yuppie meme, polo shirt-wearing tech bro.
The depth of nothing good in this scenario is impressive
Of course, Airbnb hasn’t always been the most popular kid on the San Francisco block
As shelter-in-place rules loosen, confusion increases in San Francisco real estate market
Some agents tell me the market is at a standstill; others say they’re moving properties
Not panicking is not the same as hiding your head in the sand; it’s admitting the rough road ahead.
March is usually a time of rejoicing in the real estate world. This year everything is different.
The City’s home owners, rather than buyers, stand to gain most from cut
Pour one out, real estate homies, for another independent San Francisco real estate firm.
The other day I took a big dose of skepticism for a walk down the newly car-less Market Street to see what all the fuss was about
This is no fantasy scenario; it’s real…if Sand Hill properties gets its way.
San Francisco has a tradition of vacant properties
San Francisco real estate in 2019 is heady, but it’s not the same Wild West that it was in 2007.
Conventional wisdom goes like this: there are times to list your property and times to sit and wait
Last month, during its annual meeting in San Francisco (where else?), the…
Whether you agree with Bernie Sanders that Apple “helped create the housing…
The new neighborhood always — not sometimes, always — comes with a jaunty ear worm of a name.
Sometimes it seems that local real estate is the poster child for the term “mixed messages.”