850 square feet, two bedrooms, one bath, and only $398,000. With a back yard;
Affordable housing courtesy of the same types of people (Nancy Pelosi is a San Franciscan) who created Obamacare (and its website):
With rising rents and home prices, public transportation prone to go “on strike,” and rising energy costs, the middle class is taking a hit in American cities. But nowhere does that hit hurt more than in San Francisco, at least when it comes to owning a home. In fact, according to its newly released ”Middle Class Report,” Trulia asserts that San Francisco tops the national list as the #1 Least Affordable Metro for the middle class, beating out even Manhattan.Now for the good news, if you're rich enough to live there, the Trick or Treatin' is great.