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an example why the bay area real estate market is outrageous
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09-25-2018 04:01 AM

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an example why the bay area real estate market is outrageous
Tiny 897-square-foot house in Palo Alto goes on the market for a massive $2.59M - and apparently that's a bargain!

✿Tiny home in Palo Alto hit the market with a whopping price tag of $2.59million
✿The little house big price tag is just another example of the real housing crisis in the area that serves as a hub for tech giants such as Google
✿This home was last sold in 2008 for $899,000 and the current price tag is actually below market value for the area today

A tiny charming, 897-square-foot home in Palo Alto, California is on sale for a whopping $2.59million.

The big price tag, tiny home is just another illustration of the housing crisis making Silicon Valley's real-estate market overheated.

The little home at 128 Middlefield Road, has two-bedrooms, one-bathroom but is just 15 minutes away from Googleplex and the other tech giants, making the small home in high demand.

quaint little house with lovely garden

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