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? asked in Science & MathematicsGeography · 5 months ago

How bad must California be run if people leave that beautiful and bountiful place to live in deserts and prairies in the middle of no where?

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    5 months ago

    It's a flaw of capitalism:  "whatever the market can bear" means that housing prices have gone up as interest rates have decreased.

    People who work in, say, the Bay Area are finding that they can work from home -- even if "home" is nowhere near the Bay Area, and housing may be less expensive elsewhere...

    and there's an added benefit to not living in the Bay Area.  Silicon Valley is the San Andreas fault line (seriously, trace it on a map).

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