Berkeley median home price hits all-time record

With San Francisco homes selling at record prices in just days on the market and Oakland named the hottest rental market in the nation, what’s happening in Berkeley? For buyers, the news isn’t good. Berkeley’s median home price (for single-family homes) hit $1.050 million at the end of 2015’s…

Rare peek into S.F.’s ultra-luxe Millennium Tower corner unit

When first completed in 2009, the Millennium Tower — which rises 645 feet and is 58 stories tall — changed the San Francisco skyline, and its location at Mission and Third streets changed the texture of SoMa real estate forever. Now, luxury is equally as synonymous with SoMa is it is with Pacific…

Quarterly rent report confirms: There are zero affordable neighborhoods for renters in S.F.

It’s official: Though rents are higher in some parts of San Francisco than others, the days of “low,” “cheap” or even “decent” rents in certain neighborhoods are over. The overall median price for a 1-bedroom in SF hit $3,530 earlier this month; and at the close of this quarter, San Francisco…