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Here's What $500k Buys in San Francisco Right Now

San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities in the country—both in terms of renting and buying —so finding a place there to call your home, especially one that's affordable, isn't exactly an easy feat. In order to buy a home in SF, you're normally going to need an XL budget. READ MORE »
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