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Bay Area Stay Home Order Will Be Extended [UPDATED]

Bay Area Stay Home Order Will Be Extended [UPDATED]

With the ICU availability for the greater Bay Area Region having just dropped to 3.5 percent of total capacity, the Regional Stay Home Order which went into effect at 11:59PM on December 17, 2020, and could have been lifted tomorrow, January 8, will be formally and indefinitely extended until... Read More »

Index for Bay Area House Values Inches Up, Condos Slip

Index for Bay Area House Values Inches Up, Condos Slip

Having ticked up an upwardly revised 1.3 percent in September, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index for single-family home values within the San Francisco Metropolitan Area – which includes the East Bay, North Bay and Peninsula – inched up another 0.9 percent in October for a year-over-gain of 7.7 percent... Read More »

A Misleading Drop in the Bay Area Unemployment Rate

A Misleading Drop in the Bay Area Unemployment Rate

Despite the unemployment rate in San Francisco having declined from 6.7 percent in October to 5.7 percent in November, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck actually dropped by 6,600 last month to 534,100, which is 44,000 fewer employed residents than at the same time... Read More »

Bay Area Stay Home Order Has Been Triggered

Bay Area Stay Home Order Has Been Triggered

The ICU availability for the greater Bay Area Region just dropped to 12.9 percent, triggering a Regional Stay Home Order which will go into effect on Thursday, December 17 at 11:59PM and will remain in effect until at least January 8, 2021. As such, interhousehold gatherings of any size,... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Claims Dropped in October, But…

Bay Area Unemployment Claims Dropped in October, But…

Having spiked to 281,462 in September, the number of new unemployment claims filed across the Bay Area dropped 17 percent to 232,908 in October but was still higher than in May, June, July or August and prior to two rounds of pandemic driven reopening rollbacks last month. And in... Read More »

Bay Area Re-Employment Jumps, Labor Force Rebounds

Bay Area Re-Employment Jumps, Labor Force Rebounds

Having sputtered in September, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck jumped by 25,400 last month, driving the unemployment rate, which had been averaging around 2 percent prior to the pandemic but jumped to 12.6 percent in April, back down to 6.9 percent. That being... Read More »

New Spike in Bay Area Unemployment Claims

New Spike in Bay Area Unemployment Claims

As we noted last month, the rebound in Bay Area employment has sputtered. And in fact, the number of new unemployment claims filed across the Bay Area, which had been on the decline since peaking at 441,813 in April, spiked anew to 281,462 in September, which was up 57... Read More »

Index for Bay Area Home Values Inches Up and Down Again

Index for Bay Area Home Values Inches Up and Down Again

Having ticked up an upwardly revised 1.1 percent in July, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index for single-family home values within the San Francisco Metropolitan Area – which includes the East Bay, North Bay and Peninsula – inched up 0.8 percent in August for a year-over-gain of 4.1 percent versus... Read More »

Index for Bay Area Home Values Inches Up and Down

Index for Bay Area Home Values Inches Up and Down

Having slipped in May and June, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index for single-family home values within the San Francisco Metropolitan Area – which includes the East Bay, North Bay and Peninsula – inched up 0.9 percent in July for a year-over-gain of 2.5 percent versus a 4.8 percent gain... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Still Down by 400K, Labor Force Dropping

Bay Area Employment Still Down by 400K, Labor Force Dropping

While the estimated number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 5,900 in August to 515,900, the labor force shrank by 7,800 to 565,700 for an unemployment rate of 8.8 percent (versus 9.4 percent at the height of the Great Recession). As such, while employment... Read More »