San Francisco in a week: July 18-22

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Trulia released a report to find the most popular spots for second homes for people who live in the largest 100 metros throughout the country, finding the three most affordable and least affordable vacation cities for San Francisco residents were all within the Golden State. Palm Springs, Twain Harte and Groveland were all inexpensive places to visit, while Carmel, Incline Village and Tahoe City ranked as the most expensive.

Housing in San Francisco metro continues to move swiftly, according to Re/Max’s National Housing Report, with big numbers in play. The Bay Area’s median home price reached $830,000 in June, up 9.21 percent from the year prior.

While sellers can expect to see more time on the market and fewer bids in San Francisco, luxury real estate brand Pacific Union, affiliate of Christie’s International, describes the recent shift as a healthy normalization in its quarterly report.

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