Today’s hot spots for millennials? The usual suspects: San Francisco…San Jose…Seattle…Buffalo.
Certainly it’s challenging for the average person to buy a home in Silicon Valley these days. It’s challenging for even the “tier 1” top 25 percent of Valley earners to buy. But is it more challenging than it’s ever been?
“California continues to deal with limited listing inventory, which is resulting in an increase in buyer interest, attendance to open houses and multiple buyer offers.”
Millennials! Recognize yourself in any of these survey responses?
If you left the market last fall because you thought home prices would keep falling, or because the holidays distracted you–or because you just got discouraged–I understand.
“As the housing market approaches the end of the first quarter, there have been some encouraging signs for home sellers and homeowners who may be weighing whether to sell. The year kicked off on a fairly strong note for the housing market both on a national and statewide level.”
I’ve been leasing Silicon Valley rentals since 1989, and lately I’ve noticed a big change.