Meanwhile, the market for a $2 million condo is slipping away as seller deliberates over whether Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance should be given to a grandson, sold at Green Apple Books or donated.
“The…American idea of homeownership being some sort of necessary ring to acquire in order to be a grown-up or be successful or be fulfilled…is a really outmoded idea.”
Buyers buy, bubble or not.
A shout out to all you homeowners who are “kinda-maybe thinking about selling sometime in the not-too-faraway future.”
I know all the tricks, from Piggyback to Reverse Whip Return, and I’ve had my share of facedown spills into the net.
Your pal ready to buy in SF? Be my guest for tea or lunch!
The millennial’s idea of luxury = not your idea.