2008-12-14 — calculatedriskblog.com
"The downturn that slammed other parts of the Bay Area and the rest of the country didn't really begin inflicting serious pain on San Francisco until the second half of this year, real estate experts said. And while no one expects San Francisco to see the kind of foreclosures and bank sales that have become common in the East Bay, the city's real estate market is clearly suffering."
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