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Silicon Valley offices less empty than other regions

Original post made on Mar 10, 2023

In the wake of the pandemic, Silicon Valley is faring better than other nearby areas when it comes to office vacancies. But researchers say decisions on work culture at major tech companies could change the dynamic.

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Posted by Rich Buckley
a resident of Jensen Tract
on Mar 10, 2023 at 1:27 pm

Rich Buckley is a registered user.


There is a completely different take on Vacancy and Finance discussion. The Deep State [DS] has failed and we are now experiencing the 2nd Wave of that failure in the form of bank consolidations in a rolling collapse in real estate markets. This is a Global event impacting all the Central Banks and real estate markets in urban populated areas. Right now equity value in bank stock holdings are evaporating ... banking stock prices are crashing... another form of theft by the banks... There are more waves to follow. A deeper analysis of what's really going on is covered here:

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