It’s used to be that a house could get by with a high school education, or maybe a few years of college. But these days home buyers demand the problem solving, critical thinking, and technical skills that only a house with a graduate-level education can provide.
TenX, a real estate auction and analytics company, calls the San Francisco real estate market–and, by extension, our own market–unhealthy. With housing demand strong and prices stable or rising in most Silicon Valley neighborhoods, how can this be?
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?
Millennials! Recognize yourself in any of these survey responses?
If last fall I had told my clients looking for homes in the wonderful mid-Peninsula city of Wonderfulville that prices would go up 10 percent as soon as January 1 rolled around, they would have been…skeptical. And I would have understood their…skepticism. But I would have been right.
Seven ways to mitigate the risk of a home burglary. And while they may seem obvious, a look at a recent Menlo Park “crime wave” suggests otherwise.