The San Francisco apartment leasing market recovered most slowly in the country after a surge in vacancies early in the pandemic and a sharp drop in rents. New data shows..
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In fact, according to the real estate list website Apartment List, San Francisco is the only metropolitan area in the United States, paying less for apartments than it was before the coronavirus broke out more than two years ago. South Bay is just behind, and San Jose’s metropolitan area has been the penultimate place for rent growth since the pandemic began.
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