‘Overheated’ San Francisco market cools off

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The number of homes and condos sold in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area fell 3.9 percent in October from a year ago, a level that’s 11.2 percent below the historic average for the month. The San Francisco Chronicle said ...

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