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Be aware of any laws and read your HOA agreement before you buy a property to ensure it can be used as a short term rental...

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The Tri-Valley is a region in the San Francisco Bay Area, east of Oakland and San Francisco. It consists of cities including San Ramon, Danville, Alamo, Blackhawk, Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, and Diablo. The region is well known for its Mediterranean climate, wine region, parks and recreation centers, and fine dining. It is an area with a population of about 360,000, which consists of many families who have been living there for generations. It offers more affordable and private living accommodations than the cities of San Francisco and San Jose the schools and communities are smaller and more clandestine.

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The southern San Francisco Bay Area of California is home to many start-ups, global technology companies and technology-focused institutions. Attracting the most innovative minds in technology, venture capital and a hub for incubators changing the world, Silicon Valley’s real estate is booming and changing as quickly as the technology companies based there.

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The East Bay is made up of communities in the Alameda and Contra Costa Counties and home to some of the most breathtaking views of the Bay Area. Relax in one of the many distinctive homes that are nestled in the wooded hills of Oakland. Or go to vibrant Walnut Creek which features award winning restaurants, prime shopping centers, a lively theatre district and excellent schools. Whatever city in the East Bay you end up finding yourself in,rest assured that there are endless activities and locations for people of all ages.

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Just north of San Francisco, California’s Wine Country features some of the country’s most renowned wineries and encompasses charming picturesque communities and cities. Wine Country real estate offerings include exquisite properties with acres of vineyards, architecturally unique estates with magnificent views of the valley and extraordinary contemporaries nestled in the mountains and hillsides.

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Lakefront estates in the Carnelian Bay, Homewood or Rubicon Bay neighborhoods, chalets in exclusive ski communities with luxury amenities, or a one of a kind custom home hidden in the woods, this picturesque region offers something for everyone.

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In this era of megatall skyscraper construction around the world, Jeddah Tower is the first that aims to exceed the previously undreamed-of one-kilometer threshold. When it is completed in 2020, the 1,000-meter tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, designed by architect Adrian Smith, will become the world’s tallest building, easily eclipsing Burj Khalifa, the 830-meter-tall Dubai skyscraper, also designed by Smith. Jeddah Tower, previously known as Kingdom Tower, will be the signature tower that welcomes pilgrims to Jeddah, the gateway to Mecca and Medina. It will also be the mixed-use centerpiece and first phase of Jeddah Economic City. At 300,000 square meters, Jeddah Tower will house office space on the bottom, topped by an opulent hotel, serviced apartments, and luxury condominiums. A circular observation deck, the tallest in the world, will protrude from one of the top levels. The building will have 56 elevators, and the top third of the three-legged concrete structure will be a hollow spire. Each of the tower’s three tapering sides will feature a series of notches that create shadow, serving as shields from the sun and providing outdoor terraces with stunning views. Along with Smith, who is the founder of Chicago-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, the other key player in the design and implementation of this momentous construction project has been principal engineer Robert Sinn. Sinn, who is based in the Chicago office of structural engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti, came on board in 2009 to work with Smith on the design competition they later won. “We had to make several adjustments as we went along,” Sinn says. “Fortunately, Adrian is the most experienced designer of supertall buildings.” “From the bottom of the foundation all the way up to the top of the tower, everything was a challenge,” Sinn says. The taller the building, the more wind is an issue, Sinn explains. “Wind drives a lot of decisions on tall buildings. The taller they get, the wind-induced forces go up dramatically.” “On average, we will see 75-miles-per-hour gusts monthly at the top of the tower, with 90-miles-per-hour gusts on average at least once on an annual basis,” he says. The best way to counteract gravity—and keep the supertall structure upright—is to use the weight of the building itself to counteract the effects of high wind loads. And that called for lots of heavy concrete in the design and implied construction of the tower. Using steel instead of concrete would have been impractical, Sinn says. “Generally speaking, steel wouldn’t have weighed enough to sustain the extreme height of the building.” Concrete weighs far more than steel, and it helps to fight the overturning effect of wind on the building’s foundation. Concrete also helps to control the motion of the building—the swaying movement that people feel inside the tower on windy days, he explains. Sinn promises that building motion on the topmost occupied floor, the 160th, will be fine. “Because of the shape of the building and the structure of the building, it will be very, very comfortable for the occupants up there—very, very calm.” View Post

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On 2/25 TechEvents Today hosted their second event discussing the upcoming tech IPOs and their effect on the real estate market. 2019 is going to be a big year for Bay Area, there is a lot of hype around next year’s IPO cohort. Here are a few companies from the list of that are planning to go public in 2019: - Uber, Lyft, Pinterest, Airbnb, Slack, Postmates, Palantir, Instacart. While we are expecting a new group of "overnight" millionaires It is important to understand the opportunities that these IPOs will bring to the Real Estate market in 2019. Join Bay Area brokers and tech investors as we discuss how these IPOs will affect the Bay Area housing demand. Matt Murphy - Partner at Montage Ventures with a core investment focus around Real Estate, FinTech and Insurance. - Co-founder @ Chime. - Prior to Chime, Matt was the Global Vice President at Renren and headed up their Venture Capital investments into SoFi, LendingHome, Fundrise, Sindeo and Aspiration. - Matt has also run marketing for Chegg & Lemon Wallet and ran advertising at E*TRADE. - BS in Finance from Santa Clara University. Roh Habibi - Star @ Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, which aired on Bravo TV and was viewed by 25 million people in 140 countries. - Contributor for the The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, MSNBC, Fox Business, Inman News, Bloomberg, The New York Times and others. - Broker Associate @ Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty Anthemos Georgiades - CEO at Zumper - Previously, Boston Consulting Group in London & NYC - Prior to Boston Consulting Group, was an Economic Advisor on the 2010 British election - Holds a First Class BA from Oxford University, MPhil from the University of Cambridge, and an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School Margi Murphy - Technology reporter at The Telegraph, a national British daily broadsheet. - Recently moved to the Bay Area to cover the Silicon Valley scene. For more information about TET Events please visit: www.techeventstoday.com. Play Video


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