San Francisco Never Had Highest Rent In the US


The big housing news today is that for the first time ever, the SF-based rental platform Zumper ranked New York City over San Francisco as the most expensive place to rent in the US. For the month of August, a median-priced one bedroom apartment on Zumper cost $2,810 per month, whereas a similar unit in … Continue reading San Francisco Never Had Highest Rent In the US

San Francisco Built Like Mad Last Decade–But It Wasn’t Enough


The question of the decade has been whether or not San Francisco is building enough housing, but before we answer that we have to confront a potentially more elusive conundrum: Just how much is enough? The SF-based rental platform ApartmentList touched on this topic earlier this month with a report on housing growth coast to … Continue reading San Francisco Built Like Mad Last Decade–But It Wasn’t Enough

San Francisco’s Gender, Sexual Preference (Orientation), Income, Ethnicity, Marital Status, And More


Have you ever wondered, how many San Franciscans: Trace their ancestry from China, Ireland, Mexico or the Philippines? Are children under 5? Speak Spanish at home? Have their cars stolen? Are heterosexual or gay? Divorced? Live alone? Give birth each year? Vote Libertarian? Earn over $200,000/year? Have graduate degrees? There is no city in the … Continue reading San Francisco’s Gender, Sexual Preference (Orientation), Income, Ethnicity, Marital Status, And More