“Sparse housing inventory continues to affect the Northern California market.”
The idea has been around for centuries, but in 1931 James Truslow Adams gave the American Dream its name and modern definition: “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for every man, with opportunity for each according to his ability or achievement”. Make Adams’ language more gender inclusive, and it’s still a good working definition. But is it still relevant, even in a high cost-of-living area like Silicon Valley?
More than half of homebuyers are willing to trade a larger house for a larger yard, according to a survey recently conducted by the Society to Talk Millennials into Buying Boomers’ Obsolete Sprawling Ranchers.