Nancy’s America: Cheapest home for sale in SF — $1 Million

Just about everyone in the nation either has received, knows of someone who has received, or has at least heard of the $1,000 bonus checks issued out by a boat-load by employers because of the President Trump tax cuts.

Since then, a very well known politician from the Bay Area opined of the bonus amounts as “mere crumbs.”

In Nancy’s world, a mere $1K probably is mere crumbs. No thanks to the same brand of socialism that Pelosi and Crew try to force on the rest of us.

Perhaps as proof of just how bad things are in the People’s Republic of California is a recent story out of Silicon Valley that a burned-out husk of a home is on the market for a modest $800,000.

$800,000 home for sale in Silicon Valley, some fire damage.

But in all fairness, the burned-out shack isn’t in Pelosi’s congressional district.

In all honesty, things are worse in the City by the Bay. Much worse.

As reported by the CBS affiliate KPIX (of San Francisco), the cheapest home on the market today is a cracker box of a two-bedroom home that totals less that 600 hundred square feet (actually, the home is 596 sq ft).



But get ready for this… the teeny-weeny-itsy-bitsy abode lists a whopping $649,000. Keep in mind, that’s just the listing price.

When it’s all said and done, the glorified studio apartment may sell for $1 million.

Coldwell Banker realtor Karen Mai said, “It’s going to go higher…It is very crazy that the price is so high that a lot of people cannot afford it.”

San Francisco firefighter Kevin Day said, “I have not made an offer yet…but I’ve been told I wouldn’t even be able to compete. They’ll probably get $800,000 to $1 million for it.”

Oh, and no one is quite sure how old the home really is. The only thing for sure is that the tiny house was built sometime before the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. All the records were burned in the post-earthquake fire.

One other thing, if and when this home actually does sell for a million, that figures out to $1,677.85 per square foot.

A $1,000 bonus check won’t even buy you 12″x12″x12″ in Pelosi’s world.

To give the reader an idea of what a generic 600 square feet of home looks like from the inside, here you go. Remember, this will more than likely sell for a million dollars.

Welcome to Nancy’s America.

California Democrats dream-up yet another tax

1060x600-82d576feab08e1736ccfd4c11afb5ba4Just when you thought California’s Democrat governor, State Senate and the State Assembly couldn’t squeeze the people of California out of another cent, the Democrats have somehow managed to ratchet down the thumbscrews just a little bit tighter.

As reported by Edmund DeMarche of Fox News, two elected Democrat lawmakers have introduced a bill that would take away half of the Trump Tax Break from certain California-based companies;

Calling the Trump administration’s tax reform plan a “middle-class tax increase,” two California lawmakers introduced a bill that would force large companies to fork over half of their expected savings to the state.

Assemblymen Kevin McCarty and Phil Ting, both Democrats, introduced Assembly Constitutional Amendment 22, which calls for a 10 percent surcharge on companies with a net earnings over $1 million. The plan could potentially raise billions for the state’s social services programs.

But wait! Hasn’t the state government already given a new and hefty tax on the job-creators? Yep, sure did.

As reported by CNN back in 2012;

The measure (Prop 30) creates three new personal income tax brackets for rich residents and adds a quarter-cent to the sales tax. The higher tax rates, which hit single filers making $250,000 and up and married taxpayers earning at least $500,000, last for seven years, and push the top tax rate to 12.3% for filers earning $500,000 and above, or $1 million per couple. It is effective starting with the 2012 tax year.

If you thought that sky-high personal income, home, and auto taxes weren’t high enough, guess again.

The tax-happy Democrats in Sacramento have a bevy “special” taxes and fees placed on all of the hard working, legal citizens of California.



According the state’s Board of Equalization, many of the various special taxes and fees levied on Golden State residents would give any reasonable person pause;

Special Taxes and Fees Programs:

The Motor Carrier Office administers the following programs: