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Some Relief For Renters In SF, Growing Pain(s) In The East Bay

While the average asking rent for a market-rate apartment in San Francisco has hit a record $3,400 a month, up 9.8 percent over the past year, the largest percentage increase has occurred in Oakland where the average rent now measures $2,500 per month, up 17.6 percent over the past twelve months.  But there could be Read More »

Inevitable Slowdown For S.F. Rents, Acceleration For The East Bay

While the average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco rose to $3,229 in the second quarter of 2014, up a little over 9 percent since the second quarter of 2013 and 45 percent over the past four years, the vacancy rate for large apartment buildings in San Francisco has increased from 3.8 percent Read More »

San Francisco Rents Hold Steady, Not Cheap But Down From Peak

The average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco held steady at $3,057 a month in the first quarter of 2014, down 1 percent from a peak of $3,096 in the third quarter of 2013, but still 10 percent higher year-over-year and 38 percent higher than in 2010, according to Cassidy Turley. The average Read More »

Average Rent For A Studio In San Francisco: Over $2,300 A Month

The average rent for a studio in San Francisco is now $2,312 a month, up 8.7 percent year over year according to the latest report from Cassidy Turley. The average rent for a San Francisco apartment in general is $2,899 a month, up 3.4 percent from the first quarter of 2013 and 6 percent higher Read More »

San Francisco Rents Up 9 Percent As Vacancy Rate Drops To 3.2

According to a survey of apartment buildings by Cassidy Turley, the rental vacancy rate has dropped to 3.2 percent in San Francisco as average rents have climbed 9 percent over the past year, one point below the double-digit growth rate we noted to expect in May. Read More »