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San Jose Breaks the Million Dollar Mark for Single-Family Homes

For the first time ever, a major metropolitan area in U.S. has recorded a median sale price above $1 million for single-family homes. And that honor belongs to San Jose, which includes Sunnyvale and Santa Clara. Behind San Jose at $1,085,000, which is 10.7 percent higher versus the same... Read More »

San Francisco Had Third Most Million Dollar Home Sales in 2015

San Francisco Had Third Most Million Dollar Home Sales in 2015

According to a Coldwell Banker accounting of home sales across the U.S. which closed escrow with contract prices of over a million dollars in 2015, the city of San Francisco tallied the third most million dollar sales in the U.S., behind only New York and Los Angeles and followed... Read More »

The Most Expensive U.S. Metro Areas: San Jose And San Francisco

San Jose (#1) and San Francisco (#2) remain the two most expensive major metropolitan areas in U.S. for single-family homes and the gap between the two and the rest of the nation widened in the second quarter of the year. The median selling price for a single-family home in... Read More »

Apple Buys 43-Acre Campus Site In San Jose

Apple Buys 43-Acre Campus Site In San Jose

Apple has purchased the 43-acre development site at 2347 North First Street in North San Jose’s Golden Tech Triangle which developer Lowe Enterprises had been marketing as a potential 1.8 million square foot North First (‘n1’) campus, designed by Gensler “with tomorrow’s rising companies in mind.” Apple paid a... Read More »

From Red Hot To ‘In The Red’ For Bay Area Housing Next Year?

From Red Hot To ‘In The Red’ For Bay Area Housing Next Year?

Bearish calls for the Bay Area housing market have been ticking up over the past three months with one of the latest coming from Clear Capital, a national provider of real estate valuations, data and analytics for brokers, lenders and appraisers: “Both San Francisco and San Jose have been... Read More »

Affordable Housing Law(s) In California Upheld As Constitutional

The legal challenge of San Jose’s affordable housing law which was passed five years ago but blocked by the building industry in a lawsuit contending that the ordinance was an unconstitutional ‘taking’ of private property has been unanimously rejected California’s Supreme Court. Similar to San Francisco’s Inclusionary Housing ordinance,... Read More »

Bay Area Bike Share Planning Big Expansion, East Bay Bikes

Bay Area Bike Share Planning Big Expansion, East Bay Bikes

A proposal to increase the number of bikes in the Bay Area Bike Share program from 700 to 7,000, and expand the network to include Oakland, Berkeley and Emeryville, will be considered by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Administration Committee next week. Motivate, the current operator of Bay Area Bike Share pilot program,... Read More »

San Jose And San Francisco Prices Slip While U.S. Median Advances

San Jose and San Francisco remain the two most expensive major metropolitan areas in U.S. for single-family homes, but the gap between the two and the completion has narrowed a bit as the median price dropped for both areas in the third quarter of 2014. The median price for... Read More »

Trulia Deems San Francisco Overvalued, San Jose And Oakland Too

Trulia Deems San Francisco Overvalued, San Jose And Oakland Too

Based on ratios of home prices, incomes and rents, San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland all made Trulia’s latest top-ten list of the most “overvalued” housing markets in the U.S., ranking fourth, seventh and tenth respectively. While Austin, Texas topped Trulia’s list of the most overvalued metro areas with... Read More »

Most Expensive Metro Area In The US? San Jose. San Francisco #2

While home-price growth in the U.S. has slowed to its slowest pace since 2012, up an average of 4.4 percent, year-over-year, the median single-family home sale price within the San Jose metro area, which includes Sunnyvale and Santa Clara, increased 11.3 percent from the first to second quarter of... Read More »