A House in San Francisco

$700K gets you about 1100 square feet.
Added on 10/03/2005
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Chalky
02/21/2014

A House in San Francisco 5

The Tanner family knew this all too well on Gerard Street. Why do you think Katsopolis and Gladstone had to move in? That 'Rush Hour Renegade' thing didn't pay off too well.

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Djahuti
08/02/2006

A House in San Francisco 4

I'm sure that prices are outrageous in FRisco,but it's just as bad,if not WORSE,in SAn Diego-where the climate is better.

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kattwoman
05/13/2006

A House in San Francisco 5

it has been that way since i can remember. when i lived in sacramento in the early 90s i looked into what it would cost to move to san francisco, one of favorite cities. i decided i would just have to happy visiting it because it was so expensive. thats why alot of people commute.

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HistoryFan
01/23/2006

A House in San Francisco 5

A house in San Francisco, Seattle, or my hometown of San Diego, CA is enough to empty anyone's wallet.

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Mad Hatter
10/03/2005

A House in San Francisco 5

A house that costs $200,000 in Phoenix would cost you $700,000 in San Francisco.

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numbah16tdhaha
10/03/2005

A House in San Francisco 5

The way I hear it, it is way out of line.

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