Why is real estate in San Francisco so expensive?
When you consider that the city is on a fault line, you would expect the cost of real estate to be below the national average. Yet it is well above the national average. This doesn't make sense to me. I know that you are very smart; perhaps you could explain it to me?
It must simply be a case of supply and demand. Now matter how high the risks, if enough people want to live in one place, then the value of that place increases. SImple economics, that's all.
Location, culture and the overall quality of life draw buyers from all over the world.
Cost of living is insane there. If my info is correct, Salt Lake City is 1/3 of the price for the same house/apartment.
by Raymond Philippe 4 years ago
The price of real estate in the UK seems very expensive 2 me. Is a collapse of that market imminent?Compared with the prices of houses in the Netherlands (where I live), the prices of houses and the rents home owners charge seems rather steep to me. Could it be a bubble in the making?
by lrohner 7 years ago
Has the real estate market started to turn around yet in the U.S.?
by REIMillions 7 years ago
There has been many assumptions of when the real estate market will take a turn for the better. If you had pin point an exact year of when that would be what year would you determine and why?
by PiaC 6 years ago
Is it a good time to invest in real estate now? or is the market still falling?
by ngureco 8 years ago
Why Should One Invest In Real Estate And Not In Stocks?
by Wendy Iturrizaga 7 years ago
Good morning HubMobsters:A big thanks to all of you who took part on last week's HubMob. I was happy to see so many new HubMobsters joining in the fun. For this week we are going into more serious Hubs, the HubMob topic for this week is: Real EstateI am sure we all have something to say...
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