You know that schools are really really important to home buyers, but did you know just how really really important?
I always like it when my clients show up in cars that are ten years old. Why? Because it shows they’re focused on getting on with life, not with living the latest and greatest lifestyle.
“Smart home technology has been catching on in a big way in recent years. A consumer poll by Coldwell Banker found that homebuyers would pay more for smart homes and that those properties would sell faster, provided that the smart home features are installed before move-in.”
The polarization over Palo Alto renter Kate Downing’s letter of resignation from the city’s Planning and Transportation Commission continues, as does the Silicon Valley housing crisis that triggered it.
Less than half of you are willing to pay extra for good service, but three in four would walk out of a store offering poor service.
A new survey of homebuyer confidence says that worry may be the new normal these days–and that Millennials are more normal than most.
The San Francisco Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes most of the Bay Area, gets an A+ (but, curiously, not an A++) on the HomeAdvisor Homeowner Happiness Index. In fact, no metro is more chipper.
How do we define “middle class” in Silicon Valley? By median income? A recent study says the median income in Santa Clara County, $93,500, is the highest in the country. So we’re all rich, right?