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San Francisco to Remain a Top Market for International Investors in 2016

    The U.S. is by far the most favorable country for foreign real estate investors seeking a safe haven for their money, new survey results say. And just as last year, San Francisco is one of the top destinations … Continue reading

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The Big Eat Wine Country: 50 Things to Devour in Napa and Sonoma Counties Before You Die

The BH beer can chicken at the Napa restaurant Bounty Hunter is loaded with personality and flavor. San Francisco gastronomes are well versed in our annual Big Eat SF—for more than a decade, you’ve been checking dishes off our list … Continue reading

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San Francisco Dethroned as Nation’s Hottest Real Estate Market

After four consecutive months as the country’s hottest real estate market, San Francisco lost the top slot in October, although it still ranks high on the list, along with two other Bay Area cities. In an ongoing monthly report, Realtor.com … Continue reading

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Sushi Ran To Open First-Ever Expansion Project in the Castro

  I am very happy for my friend Yoshi Tome! My favorite sushi restaurant is expanding to San Francisco! It’s a more casual concept from the Sushi Ran team. Back when the news broke that Pesce was closing in the Castro, … Continue reading

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Bay Area Annual Home-Price Gains Double California Rate

Although home prices eased a touch across the Bay Area from August to September, they still grew at more than twice the statewide rate on a year-over-year basis. In its September home sales and price report, the California Association of … Continue reading

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Happy Back to the Future Day!

‘Back to the Future’ Day: Time is in flux, and the ‘Future’ is today   (CNN)“Back to the Future” Day has finally arrived. In “Back to the Future Part II,” Marty McFly travels to October 21, 2015, to save his … Continue reading

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$9.5M Off-Market Sale Breaks Record on Potrero Hill

The modernist house at 1740 20th St. has shattered Potrero Hill real estate records with a off-market sale. The listing agent confirms the home sold for $9.5 million, and since it reportedly has a little less than 3,000 square feet, … Continue reading

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California Still Dominates the Ranks of Hottest U.S. Housing Markets

California cities account for more than half of the nation’s hottest real estate markets as autumn gets underway, with San Francisco at the top of the list for the fourth consecutive month.  In a running monthly report, Realtor.com ranks the … Continue reading

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Bay Area Homes Sales Slip in August as Inventory Shortages Persist

According to the California Association of Realtors’ August home sales and price report, there were 431,800 single-family home sales in August, the most since October 2012 and the fifth straight month that sales were above 400,000. Statewide, home sales were … Continue reading

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Bay Area Behemoths: 10 Homes More Than 21,000 Square Feet

In San Francisco, where space is at a premium, many people would consider homes tipping the scale at 4,000 square feet to be roomy. But Joel Goodrich, a luxury real estate agent, found that there are 15 homes in the … Continue reading

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