For the second year in a row, the Bay Area has won. But it's not an award to be proud of. This one's for being ridiculously, disgustingly expensive (as usual): According to the National Low Income Housing
A car plastered with a wraparound ad proclaiming "#CAStruggles are REAL!" is part of a campaign by the Greater Phoenix Economic Council to court Californians to the Arizona capital. Mixed in among the
Editor's note: If you're a millennial based in the Bay Area, where are you planning to (or fantasizing about) moving to when you leave the Bay? Let SFGATE producer Michelle Robertson know at email@example.com
Fayetteville, Ark., is not where I expected to find myself for a week last July. But there I was, sweating through my tank top, walking the grounds of one of the most magnificent modern art museums in
People aren't just talking about leaving the Bay Area — they're actually doing it, according to new data released by the U.S. Census. But the numbers aren't as simple as the previous statement suggests.
Fayetteville, the third-largest city in Arkansas and one-time home of Bill and Hillary Clinton, was ranked higher than San Francisco in U.S. News and World Report's annual Best Places to Live report. took
The oft-repeated financial advice says you should only spend 30 percent of your income on housing in order to live within your means. Bay Area renters scoff at that. The insane rental market here makes
There's nothing that can make or break your quality of life quite like a commute. In the Bay Area, where commutes rank as the worst in the country, commute time is one of the biggest factors you consider
Rob Greenfield at his tiny home outside of Orlando. This article originally appeared on The Wayward Home Adventurer and environmental activist Rob Greenfield is no stranger to experimentation. You may
A sampling of Bay Area Craigslist advertisements from March 15, 2019, of units being advertised without kitchens and no cooking or light cooking privileges. For $1,790 a month, you can rent a master bedroom
James Ost, a recent Bay Area transplant, discussed the differences between his hometown of Chicago in a Reddit thread which gained lots of attention from users. James Ost is not surprised by Tuesday's
Blogger and mother Meg O'Neill (@thestepvandiary) poses inside her Canadian fire van home that she shares with her daughter, Mollie. This article originally appeared on The Wayward Home. *This post may
"The last place I thought I'd ever live was the Sunset," said Carol Lipof. "It was just so, so far out there." In August, Lipof moved to the Sunset. "We're very, very, very happy. Happier than we could
San Francisco Median household income: $96,265Middle-class income range: $64,177 to $192,530 Earning a six-figure income in San Francisco? A new study suggests that your household needs to bring in around
A moving truck is shown at a house that was sold in Palo Alto, Calif., Tuesday, June 19, 2012. A new survey shows more than half of Californians are considering leaving the state. Dreaming of greener cheaper)
A sign is posted in front of a home that is for sale March 23, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Would you take a job offer with high pay and nice perks, even if it meant moving outside of California?
Ruth Mellinger, 100, holds an old family photograph in her Ingleside home on December 3, 2018. Are you a longtime San Francisco native? Are you interested in being interviewed for a future SFGATE story?
More people took one-way U-Haul trips to Sacramento and Roseville than any other area last year, according to the moving company. Arrivals to the region, measured by U-Haul rentals, rose by 7 percent 2018,
Craig Kauffman, 65, with his cattle dog and a truck loaded with alfalfa and feed in front of his barn on Bethel Island. Craig Kauffman always wanted to own a ranch. Since childhood, he'd raised pigeons
A longtime San Francisco resident recently jumped on Reddit to discuss a loss of love for the city that once thrilled him and to ask the group how to revive his romance with a place he calls home. "This