Archive for January, 2012
San Francisco Housing Inventory Drops, Yet Outlook Remains Positive
The end of 2011 brought a decline in the number of homes for sale throughout the city, setting up a seller’s market with prices trending up. Stronger affordability conditions, a lower cost of owning versus renting, and declining foreclosures, continue to steer the San Francisco housing market in a positive direction.
Something funny happened on the way to the end of homeownership society and the beginning of Renter Nation. And it happened during the decade, 2000 to 2010, when the housing economy imploded, and house prices caved. What happened? Well, 5.1 million more homeowners were in single-family detached homes in 2010 than 2000. New Geography demographer Wendell Cox explains.Read More …
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