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Black Diamond Management Co.- Black Diamond Management is a full service company we handle everything from A to Z. We like to tell our clients that they just need sit back and collect a check! View full company profile
Ziprent Property Management- Here at Ziprent we've developed technology to ease the management process. Our full-service property management is a flat fee of $100/mo (paid when we collect rent). Our tenant placement service ... View full company profile
Five Star Property Management- Because you and your family deserve the best! View full company profile
Burlingame, CA 94010
openworldproperties.com- Managing multifamily apartment buildings, Commerical and Community Associations in Alameda County, San Francisco County, and Contra Costa County. Our specialty is multifamily and community associ... View full company profile
All County Bay Area Property Management- We are experts at property management. Our goal is to relieve our clients from the stresses of owning investment property. Taking care of your real estate investment is our focus. View full company profile
Foundation Homes Property Management- We help results-driven landlords in Marin County through performance-built property management. Our team rents properties faster, and for more money, than comparable listings. Since opening in 20... View full company profile
Kentfield, CA 94904
Glen Mitchell Group Property Management- We will manage your property to its full potential, saving you both time and money. We pro actively manage properties to achieve maximum value for our property investors. All properties are treat... View full company profile
Zeus Living- We sign the lease with you for 2-years or longer, we guarantee you get paid the same amount every month. We design, furnish, and maintain your property for our corporate tenants. Unlike other pro... View full company profile
San Francisco, CA 94107
Rockaway Residential Management- Dedicated & Efficient Residential Property Management in the Northern Peninsula of the San Francisco Bay Area. For us at Rockaway Residential Management, property management isn't just a job - it... View full company profile
San Bruno, CA 94066
Hopyard Property Management- Offering Best In Class Property Management Service. Our professional and personal approach will help you earn more and worry less. View full company profile
RealManage - HOA Management and Condo Management- Exceptional community management solutions provided at competitive prices with the best people, best practices and best cloud-based and mobile app technology from one of the largest and fastest g... View full company profile
San Francisco Management Companies
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Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$839,700||$514,000||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||15.5%||16.8%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||20.1%||20.5%||19.2%|
San Francisco Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in San Francisco stood at 5%, relatively low compared to the rest of the country. There are about 733,556 housing units, averaging $839,700 in value, 49% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in San Francisco is 0.2%, slightly lower than the California average. For 20% of San Francisco tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||27.4||26.8||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.77||3.02||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.28||2.79||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$79,387||$60,498||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$46,301||$29,180||$27,466|
San Francisco Demographic Info
San Francisco has a population of 1,748,891, comprised of 676,193 households, with on average 3 members per household. Out of approximately 985,435 people in the civilian workforce, 935,264 (95%) were employed in 2008. 87% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 48% holding a 4 year college degree.
San Francisco Community Info
Famous for its steep, curving streets and its most notable architectural landmark—the Golden Gate Bridge—San Francisco, California has become a key hub for commerce and transportation on the nation’s West Coast. Its position on the harbor of the San Francisco Bay has made it a crucial trading and shipping point; thousands of local jobs are dependent on the port system alone. The fashion apparel, finance, and high-technology industries also play a major role in the city’s economy, which is kept strong through its highly educated work force. Of residents who are at least 25 years of age, 45% hold at least a bachelor’s degree. Residents of San Francisco have a high median household income of roughly $73,000 annually.
Tourism also plays a vital role in San Francisco’s economy. Tourist and residents have access to the city’s many attractions, which include San Francisco’s Chinatown area, Golden Gate Park, and the cable car system, which provides transit throughout the city. Citizens value their art and cultural events; the city supports several museums, theatres, music venues and art galleries, including the Museum of Modern Art, American Conservatory Theatre, The Fillmore, and The Palace of Fine Arts, which now is home to the Exploratorium. Tourists also visit the city to glimpse the unique architecture, which is Victorian in style, and also to glimpse (or actually tour) famous military fort turned prison, Alcatraz. Retail shopping in San Francisco’s Union Square area is another popular activity for tourists.
In the summer months, fog comes into the city on ocean winds as San Francisco’s cooler air moves inland. San Francisco citizens are familiar with the city’s fog, as well as its microclimates, which are small and uniquely different climates within a major climate. Public transportation within San Francisco and its many microclimates is managed primarily by the Muni, the BART, and the Caltrain. San Francisco International Airport handles the majority of the air traffic into and out of the city.
The Mayor of San Francisco is Gavin Newsome, who is the youngest mayor the city has had in more than 100 years. Mayor Newsome has firm stances on issues such as climate change, and providing local solutions that will help the global environmental crisis. He has also worked toward combating homelessness within the extremely diverse city, which is roughly 44% White, 20% Chinese, 14% Hispanic or Latino, 8% African American, and 5% Filipino.