The parking lots are full, and the freeways have turned into parking lots. Feels like another Silicon Valley boom.
Rising job creation and stock market wealth: I’ve seen two real estate downturns, and this doesn’t feel like one.
The big news around here is that top-end and midrange properties are selling for essentially what they were selling for a year ago.
Silicon Valley’s real estate market is cooling, and will probably continue to cool as we head into the vacation months. But it’s still good to be a seller here in the Valley.
It’s as challenging to get “cheap dirt” as it’s been at any time in my eighteen-year career.
Welcome to the Mark Twain of real estate markets, where reports of its death are greatly exaggerated.
The early results are in, and it looks like Silicon Valley real estate is still in demand, with one noteworthy exception.