Bay Area Housing Market FTW!

…hey, she wouldn’t be advertising a mobile home for $325k unless that’s somebody’s bargain. 

  

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5 Responses to Bay Area Housing Market FTW!

  1. RiverRat says:

    Got to be a typo $32,500 sounds good.

  2. Formerly dfwmtx says:

    And she’ll sell that, move to Texas & buy a McMansion. Insh’allah, she leaves the California political mindset at the CA/AZ border.

  3. Eric Wilner says:

    Yeah, here in Sunnyvale, mobiles on rented spaces sell for at least $100K more than comparable mobiles parked in more sensible locations.
    Apparently there’s some sort of virtual equity in the parking space. Which, I guess, makes sense… the supply of spots in trailer parks is limited around here, so if you want to rent a space, you’ll have to pay the current occupant enough to make him go away.
    I’m rooting for another year of the crazy, for my own selfish rea$on$.

  4. danno says:

    Heh… I delivered newspapers in that very mobile home park circa 40 years ago!

  5. Ted says:

    In the mid-70’s, my folks sold our house on the east side of San Jose and we moved into a new mobile home park on the west side (at the end of N. First St, near Milpitas). It was all rural around us. Ten or fifteen years later, while I was in the Air Force, my folks sold their mobile home for more than double what they paid.

    At one point my wife and I debated about buying our own mobile home in another state. At the time, I thought they appreciated everywhere, just like in the Bay Area. Luckily, we didn’t make that mistake.

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