• A Silicon Valley realtor says the exodus from the region is overhyped - but that it's easier than usual to buy a house near tech campuses like Google

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

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    The Silicon Valley exodus has been overhyped throughout the last year, realtor Mary Pope-Handy says.
    Instead, it's been a local migration to more affordable areas with more space and better weather.
    But it is slightly easier than usual to buy a house near tech campuses like Google, she said.
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    Throughout the last year, we've been hearing of tech's elite leaving Silicon Valley in droves for southern locales like Miami or Austin. But according to one Silicon Valley realtor, it hasn't been an exodus as much as a shift in...
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