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Montana's estate can now be yours at a 41% discount.

Former NFL quarterback Joe Montana’s California estate is on the market at a 41% price cut — and it comes with an equestrian facility and ...

The property — which includes everything from an equestrian facility to a bocce ball court — was originally listed for $49 million in 2009.
The N3 Cattle Company ranch is on the market for $72 million.

A massive California ranch that may be the biggest piece of land for sale in the state is on the market for $72 million — here’s a look in...

This California ranch is bigger than the city of San Francisco and comes with 80 square miles of watersheds, creeks, diverse terrains, and wildlife.
San Francisco's replica of Le Petit Trianon.

A ‘notorious’ San Francisco mansion abandoned by a tech exec and once inhabited by a squatter is on the market after a multimillion-dollar...

San Francisco's mini-Versailles, Le Petit Trianon, is on the market for $30 million. Take a look at its million-dollar, three-year facelift.
In San Francisco, people are paying to work out of parking spaces.

A group of people paid $2.25 an hour to work at a makeshift ‘office’ in a San Francisco parking space, and it shows just how expensive and...

In San Francisco, people are paying $2.25 an hour to work in a parking space called WePark, created by Victor Pontis.
San Francisco could see a massive rise in its number of millionaires by the end of 2019.

San Francisco could be home to thousands of new millionaires by the end of 2019, and it’s sparking a ‘housing madness’ in the alread...

If Bay Area tech start-ups like Pinterest and Uber go public in 2019, San Francisco could see a massive increase in millionaires — and housing prices.
People are sleeping in their cars in California.

California real estate is so expensive that families, retirees, and even tech workers are living in cars and vans

The median price for a home in California is at a record high of $600,000. Real estate is so expensive that people are taking up residence in cars, vans, and boats. Local governments are attempting to crack down on the problem, which has led to the rise of safe parking programs.