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San Francisco Peninsula Archives - The Ivy Group

30 metros where apartment rents have grown the fastest since early 2020

By Ashley Fahey  –  Real Estate Editor, The Business Journals, It’s tough to be a homebuyer in today’s housing market but it’s not easy being a renter, either. An analysis of RealPage Inc. data by The Business Journals found, among 50 of the largest metropolitan statistical areas in the United States, rents grew more than 10% between the first quarter […]

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The Most Expensive ZIP Codes Across the U.S.

By Ashley Fahey  –  Real Estate Editor, The Business Journals Home values are surging seemingly everywhere — but, more than a year after the Covid-19 pandemic hit home, what are the most expensive ZIP codes in America? The Business Journals analyzed more than 30,000 ZIP codes, using Zillow Group Inc. data, to find the 25 most-expensive ZIP codes […]

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These are the nation’s 30 least affordable metro areas

By Ty West  –  Editor-in-Chief, The Playbook, Sep 28, 2021 California is still king when it comes to expensive metro areas. That’s according to a new analysis by The Business Journals that looked at the latest regional price parity data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis to identify the 30 least affordable metro areas in the nation. The latest […]

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Top Silicon Valley companies in Fortune Global 500

As a region, Silicon Valley has 10 total companies on Fortune’s latest Global 500 list. Full local rankings: No. 6 Apple Inc. $274.5 billion No. 21 Alphabet Inc. $182.5 billion No. 86 Facebook Inc. $85.9 billion No. 108 Intel Corp. $77.9 billion No. 182 HP Inc. $56.6 billion No. 221 Cisco Systems Inc. $49.3 billion […]

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States Benefiting the Most from WFH

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Annual Average Asking Rents in Silicon Valley

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Annual Rate of Commercial Vacancy

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Silicon Valley Industrial Market Statistics 1Q21

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Silicon Valley Market Report 1Q21

Silicon Valley absorption remained negative in the first quarter of 2021. However, occupancy losses were the lowest since the start of the pandemic, down roughly 170,000 square feet across all product types. Gross absorption tallied 3.8 million square feet, however, preleased new deliveries accounted for 38.5 percent of quarterly deal volume. Data provided by Colliers.

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Industrial Space By Market

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