The number counted as living rough in the city in 2015 is 6,686, up 3% on the last count in 2013.

At the same time, the median house price in San Francisco has risen 103% since 2012 to $1.35m in July 2015, affordable for only the top 10% of households in the city, according to the latest figures from the California Association of Realtors.

And household income for the 95th percentile is the highest in the US at $423,000, although the city’s income inequality is the second worst after Atlanta, says a Brookings Institution report.

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