Bay Area Real Estate Market Update February 25, 2022 | How Is the Real Estate Market Affected by War?!

  • Spencer Hsu
  • 02/25/22
Every week, I go over news that can affect Bay Area Real Estate. I look into market statistics and data that can affect the Silicon Valley Real Estate Market. Tune in weekly and ask me anything!
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Timestamps

00:00 Intro
 
00:32 Weekly News Highlights - How the Modern Real Estate and Stock Market is Affected by War
 
06:23 Google restores pre-pandemic perks and lifts mask mandates in Bay Area offices - CNN
 
08:06 Office building deal points to downtown Palo Alto property slump
 
09:19 New California law adds to Prop. 19 rush for North Bay property-tax transfers
 
11:07 Home Prices Skyrocketed in December
 
11:57 As rents soar, is it cheaper to rent or buy in the Bay Area?
 
14:00 Mortgage rates jump to 3.92% amid high inflation - HousingWire
 
15:10 Vacant East Bay Office Building will House Homeless Residents
 
17:13 Market Updates - San Mateo County
 
18:20 Santa Clara County
 
20:16 Alameda County
 
21:18 San Francisco County

Weekly Highlights

How the Modern Stock Market is Affected by War
 
The 7 Best Inflation Hedge Assets and ETFs for 2022
 
Google restores pre-pandemic perks and lifts mask mandates in Bay Area offices - CNN
 
Office building deal points to downtown Palo Alto property slump
 
New California law adds to Prop. 19 rush for North Bay property-tax transfers
 
Home Prices Skyrocketed in December
 
As rents soar, is it cheaper to rent or buy in the Bay Area?
 
Mortgage rates jump to 3.92% amid high inflation - HousingWire
 
Vacant East Bay Office Building will House Homeless Residents
 
Market Data Charts
 
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