Why nearly half of San Francisco Bay Area residents plan to leave

Nearly half of San Francisco Bay Area voters plan to leave the region in the next few years, fed up with exorbitant housing costs and the long commutes caused by the lack of available homes near their workplaces.

Less than 48 hours before polls open for the California election, the business-sponsored Bay Area Council advocacy group released its annual survey of registered voters in the nine-county Bay Area showing that 46 percent are likely to move away, the highest percentage in three years.

Bay Area employers are losing talent and many companies are relocating to more affordable housing venues in the state, or much more likely, leaving California altogether...

Ken Notes: I do not know what people are so upset about, you can get this little apt in SF for just just $ 6,195.00....
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RSK: I believe it would be easier and fiscally wise for companies like FaceBook to build apartments, condo`s etc. and give low cost financing to employees than to move it`s presence out of the Bay Area. There is a return on investment in that scenario...

Ken Notes: I do not know what people are so upset about, you can get this little apt in SF for just just $ 6,195.00....



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