Moving On

We talk a lot about people moving IN to the Bay Area for jobs, but the truth is that 88 percent of all tech workers are contemplating changing jobs and moving out of the area. Our housing supply and affordability crisis has also driven many tech companies to open offices in areas like Portland, Austin and Seattle, where housing is more affordable.

It’s also true that many of Silicon Valley’s Baby Boomers have the majority of their “net worth” tied up in their primary residence. This also drives the exodus from our area, as many of our retirees move to more affordable areas such as El Dorado Hills, Reno and San Diego.

Whatever is on your wishlist, we are here to help. We realize that these transitions are vitally important to your family’s well-being and we treat your financial interests as if they were our own.

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