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Rents in San Francisco and Oakland down at the End of 2017

Rents in San Francisco and Oakland down at the End of 2017

Continuing the trend we first noticed forming at the end of 2016, asking rents for apartments in San Francisco and Oakland ended the year lower than at the start of 2017. In fact, based on a comparison of nearly 2,400 listings, the weighted average asking rent for an apartment... Read More »

Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Drops

Pipeline of Residential Development in San Francisco Drops

With the number of new units of housing in San Francisco that finished up construction in the third quarter of the year having outpaced the total of those which were newly proposed, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in the city slipped by roughly 200 to... Read More »

Rents Dropping for New Apartments in Dogpatch

Rents Dropping for New Apartments in Dogpatch

Back in August, a few months before the first phase of Avalon’s new 326-unit Dogptach development at 800 Indiana Street open its doors, the development was being marketed with studios starting at $2,910 a month; one-bedrooms starting at $3,305; two-bedrooms starting at $4,525; and three-bedrooms priced at $6,979 and... Read More »

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the second quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,500 having peaked at 63,700 in the... Read More »

SF and Oakland Rents Down, Relative Premium Up

SF and Oakland Rents Down, Relative Premium Up

Following the trend we first noticed forming twelve months ago, asking rents for apartments in San Francisco and Oakland have dropped over the past year. In fact, based on a comparison of nearly 3,000 listings, the weighted average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco (including one-off rentals... Read More »

Rents in San Francisco Lower Than at the Same Time Last Year

Rents in San Francisco Lower Than at the Same Time Last Year

Based on a comparison of over 2,000 listings in San Francisco proper, including one-off rentals as well as units in larger developments, the weighted average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco is currently running around $4,250 a month ($3,400 for a one-bedroom), which is 1.9 percent below... Read More »

Falling Rents and Returns for a Signature Two-Bedroom with Views

Falling Rents and Returns for a Signature Two-Bedroom with Views

Purchased for $1,550,000 in early 2008, the 1,317-square-foot unit #23D at 301 Main Street, a “signature” two-bedroom unit with Bay Bridge and water views in the first tower of the Infinity, was offered for rent at $6,500 a month in June of 2013, an effective CAP Rate (ROA) of... Read More »

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

Pipeline of Development in S.F. Holds but Nearing Negative Growth

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the first quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,600. But as we first noted last... Read More »

Rents Tick Up in San Francisco, Drop in Oakland

Recent reports of a sharp drop in apartment rents in both San Francisco and Oakland shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, as it’s a trend we first noticed forming last year. And as we first reported a couple of months ago, asking rents in the two cities had... Read More »

Price of Renting a Room in SF Has Dropped 12% from Peak

Price of Renting a Room in SF Has Dropped 12% from Peak

With the weighted average asking price of renting an apartment in San Francisco having now dropped over 8 percent since peaking in the fourth quarter of 2015, which brings us back to late 2014 prices, we thought we’d slice the data in a different way. And in fact, if... Read More »