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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.
San Francisco could see a massive rise in its number of millionaires by the end of 2019.

San Francisco could be home to thousands of new millionaires by the end of 2019, and it’s sparking a ‘housing madness’ in the alread...

If Bay Area tech start-ups like Pinterest and Uber go public in 2019, San Francisco could see a massive increase in millionaires — and housing prices.
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.

Silicon Valley’s housing crisis is so dire that this 897-square-foot Palo Alto home is selling for $2.59 million — take a look inside

Silicon Valley's insanely competitive real-estate market has resulted in a listing like this house, which is selling for $2,886 per square foot. The home's future owners will have two bedrooms, one bathroom, a garage turned office area, and a tranquil private backyard area. Take a look inside.
The property sits in Tiburon, Calif., about nine miles north as the crow flies from downtown San Francisco.

There’s a $37 million waterfront property up for sale, situated in the tech capital of the world, that offers the ultimate private beach oasis

The 14 acres of Bluff Point in Tiburon, California, is one of the most expansive undeveloped waterfront properties listed in the Bay Area's competitive real estate market. It offers private sandy beaches, waterfront views, and approved plans for a 15,000-square-foot residence.

Inside the multi-million-dollar condos of San Francisco’s newly-opened $850 million residential tower — the first one just sold for $15 mi...

The high rise officially opened Thursday for its sole commercial tenant, Facebook, and future owners of the 55 condominiums. Each unit boasts spectacular views, hovering walls and Parisian brass door handles, and all residents have access to a 'Sky Lounge' with a wraparound observation terrace.

This $18.5 million ‘secret’ hilltop estate in San Francisco has an elevator and sweeping 360-degree views of the city — take a look ...

The historic home, dubbed the Boggs-Shenson house after its former owners, boasts an elevator, five bedrooms and multiple outdoor decks for viewing the city's sweeping sights from the home's hilltop vantage point. Take a look inside.

San Francisco’s housing market is so competitive that this home, the inside of which was ravaged by a fire, sold for $2 million

The listing reads "bring your contractor and your imagination" due to the fire damage sustained by the home's interior. The advice didn't sway the new owners, who paid more than double the original asking price to score a home in San Francisco's overheated real estate market.