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A Six-Figure Salary Is NOT ‘Low Income’ in San Francisco

A Six-Figure Salary Is NOT ‘Low Income’ in San Francisco

Despite making for a shocking headline, a “six-figure salary” is not actually considered “low income” for residents of San Francisco. Yes, for a household of four in the city, a total household income below $117,400 is considered “low income” per the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the... Read More »

Benchmarking San Francisco versus Sixteen Peer Cities

Benchmarking San Francisco versus Sixteen Peer Cities

The City of San Francisco has just completed benchmarking itself versus sixteen (16) peer cities in the areas of demographics, livability, public safety, transportation and finance. The peer cities against which San Francisco was compared: Baltimore, MD Boston, MA Chicago, IL Denver, CO Long Beach, CA Los Angeles, CA... Read More »

Mission District Incomes And Demographics: 2000 To 2025

Mission District Incomes And Demographics: 2000 To 2025

While the population of San Francisco’s Mission District has actually dropped nearly 10 percent since the year 2000 census, the number of households has increased 11 percent. And the percentage of households in the Mission with incomes over $150,000 has jumped 65 percent versus 10 percent for the city... Read More »

Six Bay Area Counties Have The Highest Median Incomes In CA

Six Bay Area counties have the highest median incomes in California, based on a ranking of joint tax returns by the State’s Franchise Tax Board.  And believe it or not, with a median income of $93,404, versus a statewide average of $73,378, San Francisco comes in at number six.... Read More »