Posts tagged California
Rent Prices Stagnate but Seattle Still Remains Among the Priciest Rental Markets in the Nation

Seattle Times recently told its readers that if they’re hoping Seattle-area rents will get cheap, they better not hold their breath. While the rental market has cooled in recent months, as vacancies and new projects have brought landlords to offer big incentives for tenants, “that doesn’t mean Seattle is suddenly a utopia for apartment hunters. In fact, it is among the priciest cities in the U.S. for renters—having grown 155 percent in twenty years—and steadying prices have come “only after seven straight years of large rent hikes that have made Seattle unaffordable to anyone not making decent money.”

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Record-Breaking Price Gains in San Francisco As Median Home Price Reaches $1.6 Million

According to an article recently published by Bloomberg, home prices in San Francisco have continued to soar in the first few months of 2018, as the median sale price reached $1.6 million in the first quarter, “an almost 24 percent jump from a year earlier.”

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