Apple HQ2


#21

manch is obsessed with whatever campus that would push up the price or rent of his SJ-evergreen house.


#22

I need to buy something in berryessa or milpitas. North SJ is shaping up to be Santa Clara 2.0.


#23

Please don’t remind me of Milpitas, my agent keeps pestering me for years, I didn’t buy any :disappointed_relieved:

Btw, why Berryessa or Milipitas and not directly in North SJ? Airport is too near?


#24

Google also has property there if my memory didn’t fail me. Recently I pass by there a few times, see no signs of any new development. May be, I should drive inside rather than pass by.


#25

Berryessa and milpitas have better schools. Asians are on the verge of taking over.


#26

Sound good, any recommended zip codes? Not competing with you, exploring, at most buy one. I need to buy a lot more houses to generate the targeted cashflow :grin: So far, only 50% of target :angry:


#27

Look at the bright side, not that you would move over there anyway, but fresh air is priceless.


#28

I have no capital yet so haven’t done any detailed research. @myo knows the area well.

BTW do people know jerry yang used to live in berryessa?


#29

Uh, less glass please…


#30

Philadelphia is the top runner. It’s not a HQ, just a satellite campus


#31

Apple should not bring their manufacturing back to US. Why pay more for steel and aluminum under tariff?


#32

Ladies and Gentlemen,

AC3!!!


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#34

I don’t know that much, just a rumor that the hills on East San Jose are looking so desirable now…:sweat_smile:


#35

#36

That building looks cool from the outside. I didn’t realize Apple even had offices here. Just add them to the growing list of companies opening or expanding offices in Seattle.


#37

Have you bought? Seattle is the HQ of AI :slight_smile: So RE boom could last a long time.


#38

The winter inventory was terrible, so I did a 6-month lease extension until mid-September. The way they price on shorter than 6 months is insane. It’s cheaper to sign 6 months and pay for a month I don’t use than sign a 5-month lease. I want to get into contract June/July. At that point, anything that’s been on the market 30-days will be more open to negotiating. I honestly care more about the land than the actual house.


#39

Long term yes. Location, location, location. Then lot size :slight_smile: and then layout. Both my SV houses are about 8000 sqft, hard to find large lot in CU. Started off looking for 10,000, gave up and compromised :hugs:


#40

Apple going to DC too?