San Francisco rents spiked up 10.6% last year—more than triple the national average of 3%. But San Francisco’s listing prices didn’t accelerate in the same way. In fact, San Francisco didn’t even make the top 10 list in increase in listing prices for 2013. The Bay Area was represented in that list by Oakland, which ranked #4, with a 25.2% increase in listing prices y-o-y.

via Curbed SF : The San Francisco Neighborhoods and Real Estate Blog.