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Displaced residents shelled out $2 a month toward the $50 price of these earthquake cottages in 1906 — now one of them has undergone a stunning renovation and is asking $2.5 million.

San Francisco’s housing market is so dire that this once tiny home built out of desperation after the 1906 earthquake for $50 is now selling for...

The once tiny home at 31 Romain St. is one of the city's remaining earthquake cottages, or shacks, built after the 1906 earthquake. It's asking $2.5 million.
Displaced residents shelled out $2 a month toward the $50 price of these earthquake cottages in 1906 — now one of them has undergone a stunning renovation and is asking $2.5 million.

San Francisco’s housing market is so dire that this once tiny home built out of desperation after the 1906 earthquake for $50 is now selling for...

The once tiny home at 31 Romain St. is one of the city's remaining earthquake cottages, or shacks, built after the 1906 earthquake. It's asking $2.5 million.

Home prices in San Francisco are already among the most expensive in the US, and they’re expected to skyrocket when tech companies like Uber and...

Tech giants planning an IPO may have a significant effect on the real estate market in San Francisco, which is already among the most expensive in US.
It may not look like much, but the home and its $600,000 asking price was actually a bargain by San Francisco's standards.

San Francisco’s housing crisis is so dire that one of the cheapest homes in the city is a ‘fixer’ that sold for $600,000. Take a loo...

Take a look at what $600,000 bought the new owners of a home in one of the country's most competitive real-estate markets.

San Francisco’s housing crisis is so dire that one of the cheapest homes in the city is a ‘fixer’ that sold for $600,000. Take a loo...

Take a look at what $600,000 bought the new owners of a home in one of the country's most competitive real estate markets.

Disappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like

Even with a high-earning tech salary, living in the nation's most competitive real estate market can be difficult.
Even tech workers in Silicon Valley struggle with the region's housing costs.

Disappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like

Even with a high-earning tech salary, living in the nation's most competitive real-estate market can be difficult.

San Francisco’s tech boom is so expansive that the city’s median home price rose by $205,000 in the first half of 2018, one of the biggest...

It's one of the the biggest price rises in the city's history, sending the average home value to a whopping $1.6 million. The ever-increasing home values are directly correlated to the tech industry's growing presence in Silicon Valley as giants like Google and Facebook recruit high-earning workers.

Silicon Valley’s real estate market is so absurd that this 1-acre dirt lot in Palo Alto is selling for $15 million

It sits minutes from the hubs of major tech giants like Google, Tesla and HP. The steep price tag reflects the inflated real estate values found in Silicon Valley's infamously overheated market.
Tacolicious, a popular Mexican restaurant in San Francisco, employees front-of-house workers. But some of the city's restaurants either can't find or afford them.

The San Francisco housing market is so absurd that restaurants are putting diners to work because they can’t afford to pay waiters

Housing in San Francisco is so costly, restaurant workers are leaving the city for more affordable regions, according to The New York Times. Some of the city's restaurants can't find — or can't afford — workers. They're finding solutions for operating without a staff.