San Francisco Housing Bubble

Chill out: San Fran s only got elevated risk of bubble activity It’s “nowhere near close to what true bubble behavior would look like,” according to Realtor.com’s Javier Vivas

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Housing prices have been riding sky-high for six years, but a recent downward trend has some wondering whether it s the beginning of the end for San Francisco s strong resi market.

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But experts say the tick down is not a concern. The key factors to watch, according to Realtor.com s Javier Vivas, is whether house flipping is picking up and construction.

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ignals about our local economy … but none of them that I see triggering some sudden dramatic crash,” he told Mansion Global.

One example? Trump s plan to hike import tariffs on steel.

“If the cost of these materials keeps going up, then construction costs are going to keep going up,” said broker Nina Geneson Otis to Mansion Global. [Mansion Global] Erin Hudson

Tags: construction, Residential Real Estate, San Francisco
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