Six of 2018’s top 10 cities for money-management know-how are located in Silicon Valley, with one local city earning the No. 1 spot for the third consecutive year.
It takes a substantial down payment, a high household income, and outstanding credit to buy a property in Silicon Valley, so it stands to reason that homeowners there are a financially responsible bunch.
More than half of America’s 10 best cities for money-management skills are located in Silicon Valley, with a Santa Clara County city claiming the top spot for the second year in a row. Find out which Bay Area residents are the most financially savvy.
Work From Home — Day 110 – Let’s Get to the Close 5:30AM PST Team – Reflecting back on the surprise I articulated on WFH Day 80, I was now facing a closing delay that was entirely my fault and responsibility. Morgan Lane Marin’s “bookkeeper on a beeper” was not going to cut it to run …
Work From Home — Day 31 The Start – Another Flashback! 5:13AM PST Team – Reading Brent’s writing about the start and the finish yesterday inspired me to reflect again on playing offense at a difficult time. Now is your time to accelerate through adversity and claim your future. Brent’s first day at PUI was December 1, 2009. We …
Middle-class households in three Bay Area cities lead the country for income growth.
A new report forecasts that first-time homebuyer activity will increase this year, and if that comes to pass, one reason may be because millennials’ financial-planning habits have notably improved over the past few years.
In an effort to keep affordable housing in San Francisco from further disappearing, city politicians are asking California lawmakers to amend the Ellis Act, a law that enables landlords to evict rent-controlled tenants in order to “go out of business.” We take a look at the proposed changes.
While homeowners can’t control the occurrence of earthquakes, they can take proactive steps to prevent serious property damage and hefty post-disaster expenses. We explore how.