California Is Booming. Why Are So Many Californians Unhappy?

Fire, garbage and homelessness increasingly plague the Golden State. Traffic on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. High housing costs in coastal areas have produced ever-longer commutes. Credit: Aaron Wojack for The New York Times By Conor Dougherty , Dec. 29, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO — Christine Johnson, a public-finance consultant with an engineering degree, was running for … Continue reading California Is Booming. Why Are So Many Californians Unhappy?

Tech, Bio Sectors Drive East Bay Job Growth

September 19, 2019 By Dennis Kaiser EmeryStation West by Wareham Development photo credit Tubay Yabut Photography San Francisco or San Jose tend to garner the lion’s share of attention when considering the Bay Area markets. Yet, the East Bay has emerged as a compelling alternative for many companies. TRI Commercial/CORFAC International’s Edward Del Beccaro shares … Continue reading Tech, Bio Sectors Drive East Bay Job Growth

For Better or Worse, Tech Dominates Norcal’s Office Sector

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 11, 2014 BY NELLIE DAY San Francisco is a veritable boom town that has already surpassed the market roar of 1999. It can even conceivably be compared to 1849, when gold was discovered 100 miles east. In fact, this year is so utterly off the charts that most of us in the … Continue reading For Better or Worse, Tech Dominates Norcal’s Office Sector

No Bursting This Bubble

by Terrence Jones, Senior Broker Associate Could it be that our current, crazed market represents a paradigm shift where demand forever outpaces supply? The owners of existing rent controlled apartment buildings in San Francisco have seen three strong years of consistently rising rents and ever-increasing property values for their buildings. And that’s great, right? According to RealPage, as … Continue reading No Bursting This Bubble