New York City overtakes San Francisco as world’s top tech hub: Study

New York has overtaken San Francisco as the world’s “premier tech city,” according to a new report from U.K.-based real estate consulting firm Savills.

Sotheby’s International Realty snags 40-year Pacific Union vet

Sotheby’s International Realty on Monday announced the addition of 40-year luxury real estate veteran and former Pacific Union senior broker Steve Gothelf to its 136-agent San Francisco office.

Would you live in a San Francisco subway car apartment?

As the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) prepares to update its aging cars next year, ideas for their upcycling have been bountiful.

Home price growth slows, but 2019 will still challenge buyers

While still not likely to relieve buyers, the 5.5 percent annual growth was the same as in September, and down from 5.7 percent in August.

New York, Chicago, San Francisco top 2019 ‘World’s Best Cities’ list. Did your hometown make the cut?

New York, Chicago, San Francisco top “World’s Best Cities” list — high marks in promotion, programming, products, people and prosperity pushed these U.S. cities to the top.

Take a look at San Francisco’s most expensive listing

Nestled in the Bay Area’s Russian Hill, San Francisco’s most expensive listing is the best of both worlds — it’s a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the Financial District, and it offers pristine views of the city’s most famous landmarks.

San Francisco is mostly made up of $1M homes now

There are now only 15 neighborhoods left in the entire city where the median home value is below $1 million, according to a new analysis from property portal Trulia.

The longest housing inventory slump in history is over

After four straight years of declines, the nation’s longest inventory slump in history has finally come to an end, according to the latest data from realtor.com. Housing inventory was up 2 percent — or 25,000 listings — in October 2018 vs. October of last year.

Seattle is more affordable than Detroit? How’s that even possible?

New York City clocked in as the least affordable city, with rent accounting for 121 percent of each paycheck for the typical city dweller, according to a new study released on Friday.

Home price growth slows to 6% in July

S&P Dow Jones Indices Managing Editor and Chairman of the Index Committee David M. Blitzer says the slowdown can be seen across the country, as sales of single-family homes have dwindled.