It’s spring, and NASDAQ’s tech index loses 5 percent, biotech 20 percent. Is it April 2000 all over again? Is it dot-bust all over again? Is the writing on the wall for IPOs and multiple offers?
Last month I asked if Silicon Valley real estate’s amp, already cranked up to 11, had a 12. The market answered me in the affirmative.
Homebuyers reveal their deepest desires. See why everyone seems to want the same house you want.
Do any of these definitions of “blue chip” from the Merriam-Webster online dictionary sound like the city or neighborhood you’re looking for?
• a business or undertaking with an outstanding record or likelihood of profitability
• one that is outstanding: as an outstandingly worthwhile or valuable property or asset
This week I’m taking a page from burbed and spotlighting a Multiple Listing Service photo that stands up, steps forward and demands recognition.
My gut tells me that there’s never been a more challenging time to buy than now.
See what’s happening in local real estate now, with plenty of charts for the analytical types and plain explanations for everyone else, covering recent real estate trends from Burlingame to the South Bay. Find out what’s hot and not.
The latest attempt to identify the source of America’s fatal malaise, a topic almost as old as the Republic itself, is commentator David Brooks’ op-ed piece in the February 10 edition of The New York Times.
Brooks makes an interesting and seemingly compelling case…