If you make so much income, why are you really working for your landlord and not yourself? You know that you are being fleeced by your deep pocketed (and lined) landlord. It doesnt really have to cost that much to live in San Francisco but you are willing to give up up to 60% of your income in order to live here which means, you are really working for your landlord who is planning his retirement thanks to you now.
So, if you are making all of this elitist income, which entitles you to be able to call yourselves San Franciscans, WHY ARE YOU RENTING AT ALL???
You are supposed to be the smart ones right? If you were so smart, with interest rates where they are and programs for first time buyers in place, why on earth would you not be working to be paying yourself to be able to call yourself a SFer instead of some international corporation that is your landlord?
The thing that has been going through my mind ever since this new tech migration started moving in… How can these kids afford to be saving anything that they earn? They only eat out and at the hippest joints!. They can pay upwardly of up to 50-60% of their income on rent and the fees associated with hi-rise and condo living (parking, gym, etc.). They (mostly) refuse to use MUNI so only take cabs which by 2015 will not cost less than $5 just to get in.
Where are you saving or investing your income? How do you plan on actually becoming one of these rich people that you are pretending to be?
Real rich people are NOT renters that is for sure! And they have houses that are actually big enough to COOK in!
As well as a place to store all of your fun outdoor sporty equipment so you can stop having to rent a storage unit to house the real stuff in ones life. Hard to live so minimally without any storage or space isnt it? Hard to invest when you can not save. Hard to save when you are throwing all your money away as disposable income.
No wonder the city likes you so much! You come in, make a good wage and turn around and just gladly give it right back.
You all may be ‘smart’ but you do not have much common sense or intelligence. If you did, you would have migrated into this town with a whole different approach and with a knowledge of what their smartest way of integrating would be for both them and for those that they are trying to inter-merge with.
All of other groups in the past that get recruited or just decide to move to SF to work, if they can not find appropriate accommodations, They, in the past have taken a place outside the city until they can find the right place for them. Why is this not an option for you? If some of you had decided to do this, the cost of your rent would not be so overly inflated and you would be able to figure out exactly where in SF or otherwise you fit best thus looking in that area if you chose to come in after getting settled in your new job. This is how things have been done for the ages. What makes you think that instead of that, you can come in and force the market up into the sky so you can find a place right here right now??
I am just wondering, why is it not YOU that has to look outside the city to find a place and not people that have lived here for decades?
Remember the saying… First come first served… YOU are definitely NOT the first! So go serve yourself somewhere where there is availability. Quit being predators upon the local population AND with that awful entitled attitude problem of yours! It makes me truly SICK.
I am just saying….
- This is just one random home that is currently for sale in San Francisco… Can you see the change? (bluepearlgirlsworld.wordpress.com)
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- Uber recruiting San Franciscan drivers, no (official taxi) license needed (engadget.com)
- Bay Bridge Sunset over San Francisco by Paul Reiffer (500px.com)
- Tenant Troubles: My Landlord Is Selling My Building, How Pessimistic Should I Be? (sfappeal.com)
- Police Search For Armed Suspect After Argument Leads To AK-47 Shooting In San Francisco (sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com)
- Car Share Parking Attracts an Unlikely Foe in San Francisco (transportationnation.org)
- Nanny State In San Francisco Is Deadly (futurelawyer.typepad.com)
- 25 Things I wish I knew before moving to San Francisco (jasonevanish.com)