The new report, entitled “Bay Area Real Estate Market Analysis as Employees Return to Offices”, addresses the pressing and recurring question of the state of the Bay Area real estate market in the wake of widespread employment changes.
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The new report discusses the question of fewer taxes and restrictions in places like Texas leading to an exodus from the Bay Area. Farnham notes that leading companies are unwilling to waste the billions of dollars invested in their infrastructure, and have veered away from their initial encouragement of remote work. A hybrid model has been widely adopted, and recalling to the workplace is expected to continue.
The Bay Area has a rich and colorful cultural history, the latest chapter of which has seen it become the home of technological titans like Apple, Facebook, and Salesforce. Demand for real estate has been consistently high. However, the pandemic led many to question the durability of the Bay Area real estate market, given the widespread adoption of remote work.
The report lists several recent Bay Area company policies relating to remote work, reflecting a shift towards a return to offices or a part-time hybrid model. Companies cited include Google, Uber, Twitter, Facebook, and Apple.
Despite many people indeed leaving the Bay Area because of the pandemic, the real estate market has increased. With the return to offices, Farnham predicts that demand will grow even more.
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