Homeowner perception of San Francisco surprisingly low

  • San Francisco's ranking is based on a small sample size of local homeowners
  • City ranked last in the "real estate" metric
  • Findings should be taken lightly as a number of SF suburbs were recently named tops in the nation

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One analysis of homeowner perceptions suggests San Francisco is not one of the best places in America to own a home. Based on a survey conducted by Porch and Redfin, the analysis ranked San Francisco as the 47th best place to own a home out of 66 core-based statistical areas.