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A weekly photo challenge from Michelle Weber to show a peek of something. To pique our interest. How about someone in this instance?
Made a new yearly high in SF Bay Area Employment in September. While we have a new high, it’s just a slight bump up from the prior peak set in October of 2016. While this is a favorable trend I … Continue reading
The “big boy” bridge around here is the Golden Gate. It dwarfs all others in snaps per person. It bridges San Francisco with Marin County, California. You can get good views from many angles both north and south of the … Continue reading
Appraisers can get a little geeky when it comes to what we find interesting… Here’s an article I penned on the Millennium Tower in San Francisco for the NorCal Chapter of the Appraisal Institute. 2017_Appraisal_News_June_Millennium_Article The full June 2017 newsletter … Continue reading
With all the events that bombard us each day it is often difficult to keep focus. David W. suggested we focus on the, “…style and composition of the shot you’re trying to create.” Two days ago, I snapped a couple … Continue reading
Ben Huberman asked us to show Dense. Having driven there yesterday, I immediately thought of downtown San Francisco. How dense? Around 18,489 persons per square mile per the California Department of Finance.
San Francisco Bay Area employment data for August 2016 is summarized here. It was vintage “high-tech rules” in August with Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Francisco Counties showing employment gains along with a seasonal/harvest-time boost for Napa while the … Continue reading
Where did Friday come from? Wasn’t it just Tuesday? My weeks have been like that lately. It’s rare to have a slow day. No summer slowdown this year so when Ben Huberman laid down the challenge to show something rare … Continue reading
Where are all the people going? San Francisco Bay Area employment peaked in October of 2015 but after a brief dip it continues to creep upward. Employment is still about 1.3% below the prior peak. The unemployment rate dropped, however, … Continue reading
See updated SF Bay Area April 2016 labor market info here and updated SF Bay Area March 2016 housing price trends here.