It’s called a tiny house movement, but it’s definitely not one size fits all.
In 1890, Hearst built a little place on Presidio Avenue and promised to gift it to whomever could guess the population of San Francisco in that year’s census.
The spherical form of the Ecocapsule maximizes rainwater and morning dew collection and is equipped with membrane water filters to render it potable.
Home sellers in the United States overall have about $40,000 in equity in their property, a median 23% gain from their time of purchase. But one slice of those sellers is faring much worse than everyone else.
The house that is well known to generations of Bay Area residents went on the market last fall.
Conforming loan limits will go up in 2016 for these markets where demand is high, rents are rapidly increasing and millennials are flocking.
By 1960, at the peak of the program, about 20,000 cabins had been built nationwide.
The U.S. Forest Service’s 100-year old version of a timeshare.
The show’s star, Lorne Greene, built it in 1963 as a weekend getaway from Los Angeles.
Does Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast on Groundhog Day hold significance for the housing market? It depends on what he sees.