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And from a friend: “Interesting piece. I would not blame it entirely on the new startup bubble. San Francisco has gone, since 1980, from being a quirky and interesting place to being a global center on many fronts, which means real estate here, like London or NYC or Singapore or Hong Kong or Shanghai, is a refuge for international money looking for a sanctuary against uncertainty. SF has a limited amount of rental inventory due to (I think, well intended and well done, for the most part) efforts to keep San Francisco of the future reasonably like the San Francisco of today, that is so attractive. The East Bay, Marin, and Peninsula, have suffered (for renters) or been blessed (for landlords) from the same math. I am pretty sure that any place in the globe (like the ones named earlier) that becomes star quality has the same chart.” — hopefully you’ll have time to do some more comparing…

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