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Dying Unicorns still leave hoof-prints and poop in the woods; you just have to know where to look. (note, I use the term “unicorn” simply to contextualize most private & public, non-cash or profit-generating STEM companies, which are structurally dependent on external capital to survive.)   Bottom line…full-blown “unicorn” housing market seizure happening RIGHT NOW: 
**I would love to get comments from those in the tech or biotech sectors, pre-IPO especially; VC’s; “virtual” tech millionaires who may have put off buying a $2 million downtown SF condo recently because they don’t trust the value of their “stock”; anybody from any of the 149 other “unicorns” that aren’t Uber, Airbnb or
Based on items 1 and 2, item 3, which I have been pondering for a couple of years now, looks increasingly possible.   1) Housing’s FOUR UNSTABLE PILLARS atop a sand foundation that drove house prices since 2011 at a greater pace than from 2003 to 2007; 2) Liquidation Cycle on Deck: Institutional/private buy-to-rent/flip &
Two interesting articles were released this week on a recent Fitch report citing a housing bubble in the “San Francisco” Bay Area. It’s important to note that Fitch isn’t referring to “San Francisco proper”, or “The City”, rather the entire “MSA”, which covers 5 counties – Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Mateo, and San Fran