December 3, 2014
Bayview-Hunters Point in San Francisco’s southeastern portion has long been a gritty working-class community physically isolated from the rest of the city and historically lacking access to the kinds of goods and services typically found in other neighborhoods. But real estate experts say the neighborhood will soon offer good investment and living opportunities.
Bayview will be “an extremely good place to invest in the near future,” said Patrick Carlisle, chief market analyst for the San Francisco-based real estate company Paragon. “The appreciation there will outpace, perhaps dramatically, what we will see in the rest of the city in the next handful of years.”