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  • Silicon Valley Residential Market Sees Activity From Investors and Developers Alike

    As the area’s office sector is set to greatly benefit from the fact that Silicon Valley is currently regarded as the most tech-friendly real estate market in the entire country, investors are taking some time to focus on an impending housing rise. Therefore, transactions and new development projects should pour in over the following timeframe as the area looks to fulfill its obvious potential.

    San Francisco 31 August 2013 18:59

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