The 10 least affordable San Francisco neighbourhoods in 2018, ranked

  • The San Francisco housing market is so expensive that it’s now commonly referred to as being in a crisis.
  • PropertyShark and Business Insider teamed up to take a look at the top 10 most expensive San Francisco neighbourhoods in 2018.
  • The median home sale price in the top 10 neighbourhoods ranged from $US2 million to $US4.4 million.

The San Francisco housing market is notoriously expensive.

In fact, as Business Insider previously reported, rent is so high that four-person households making under $US117,400 qualify for low-income housing and even tech workers are abandoning the city in search of lower prices.

To take a look at how prices compare across the city, Business Insider teamed up with PropertyShark and ranked the 10 most expensive neighbourhoods in the city by median sale price.

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The median sale prices in San Francisco’s most expensive neighbourhoods range from $US2 million to $US4.4 million. A look at the most expensive neighbourhoods in LA, meanwhile, reveals a far broader gap: The median sale price ranges from $US3.2 million all the way up to $US10.6 million.

Below, check out the most expensive neighbourhoods in San Francisco in 2018, ranked from least expensive to most.

10. Monterey Heights

Median sale price: $US2,007,750

9. Parnassus Heights

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Median sale price: $US2,050,000

8. Lone Mountain

Median sale price: $US2,180,000

7. Ingleside Terrace

Median sale price: $US2,200,000

6. Clarendon Heights

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Median sale price: $US2,480,000

5. Forest Hill

Median sale price: $US2,690,000

4. Ashbury Heights

Median sale price: $US2,700,000

3. Saint Francis Wood

Median sale price: $US2,725,000

2. Sea Cliff

Median sale price: $US3,875,000

1. Presidio Heights

Median sale price: $US4,497,500

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