It’s so hard to find a place to live in SF that people are resorting to paying for Facebook ads

Has it really come to this?  On one hand, I kind of admire her spunk and outside-the-box thinking.  It’s soooooo damn difficult to find anything on Craigslist these days.  I had a room open up in my place and got over 100 responses to my Craigslist ad in the first few hours before I made like Gordon Ramsey and shut it down.

On the other hand, this is really depressing!  Anyway, check out the FB page and offer any advice/condolences/hate here.

17 Responses to “It’s so hard to find a place to live in SF that people are resorting to paying for Facebook ads”

  1. Ron says:

    The Great Housing Shortage of 2012

  2. SFNative says:

    I blame all those folks being bussed in and out daily from Silicon Valley.

  3. void says:

    I assumed this was a viral for something

  4. Tiny Tim says:

    Psssssst: Jackson Mississippi is the next place to be. Get in on the ground floor. Cheap digs (they’re subdividing ante-bellum mansions), cheap food, no fog, room to run your dogs.
    Other places: Detroit–happenin’ art scene–lofts for nuthin’ (and no fog).

    Kansas City, MO–happenin’ art scene, world class standards–orchestra, art museum (no fog).

    Worcester, MA–blue collar nirvana without the priciness of Boston. (drop your r’s and no fog)

  5. Big D in Big D says:

    someone say “Shut it down?”

  6. candace says:

    friend of mine from the north bay asked me to keep an ear out for any 2 bedrooms less than $2000. ha ha ha ha ha

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