'Table-top peak' San Francisco market may hiccup in 2020

If the bullish Bay Area market does recede in a couple of years, prices will still be higher than they are now

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SAN FRANCISCO — A market that’s sustained home price growth over a long period of time is no longer at its peak but rather at a “table-top” peak. That’s the state of housing in the San Francisco Bay Area as described at Pacific Union International’s Real Estate Economic Forecast for 2020 Wednesday night with John Burns Real Estate Consulting.