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Old September 11th, 2009, 07:51 PM
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Re: Free the H-1Bs, Free the Economy

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Originally Posted by echarcha View Post
Lucky that you have not been in Bay Area. Here even a double income family has to stretch a lot to get a good home. Its so sad that despite being California - a very rich state - and Bay Area - so full of technically skilled and intelligent people - the schools suck. So people all flock to certain zip codes in Bay Area for sake of a good school. Then the real estate prices go real high here. Despite the downturn, the prices in places like Cupertino, which boasts the best schools, has the most expensive homes. The homes themselves are not spectacular mansions but the schools make the prices very high.

I can understand places outside Bay Area where you can get a decent home for a realistic price. But Bay Area is pathetic where it comes to the housing market.
i completely agree with you echarcha. the school districts in cali are not that great. you can easily figure that from the governor's english
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