You’ve heard us say it before, but we’ll say it again: Mynd is so much more than a San Jose property management company. We’re your investment partner.
San Jose property managers and investors were in a frenzy when Google announced its ambitious plans to build a 6 to 8 million square foot office and R&D complex near Diridon Station. The scale of development far surpasses anything San Jose has seen before.
Local landlords and San Jose property managers already know that San Jose is one of the hottest rental markets in the country. This has prospective investors knocking at the door, trying to get in on the action. But what does it take to get into the local market? Most people understand that the real estate market is expensive, but how far will your dollar take you?
Homeownership used to be a rite of passage for young people entering adulthood, but that seems to no longer be the case – at least in the San Jose area. A new study finds Millennial homeownership in San Jose is among the lowest in the nation.
Rents in San Jose are on the rise, as a result, is seems like disputes between residents and their San Jose property management companies seem to be on the rise as well.
San Jose has been the heart of Silicon Valley’s tech scene for some time now. So it comes as no surprise that Cushman & Wakefield just named San Jose the #1 “tech city” in the country. But what’s interesting about their “TechCities 1.0” report, the first of what will become an annual publication, is the methodology used to make this determination. Here’s what landlords, San Jose property managers and prospective investors need to know about the report.
Everyone knows that housing in the Bay Area is expensive – but could there be some relief in sight? It looks that way, at least in San Jose. Here’s what landlords, San Jose property managers and investors need to know about the latest market update.
If it seems like we’ve been talking about San Jose a lot lately, it’s because we have. There’s so much development happening throughout the city that it can be hard for San Jose property managers, investors and building owners to stay up to speed!
Seasoned landlords, investors and San Jose property managers know that the federal government prohibits discriminating against tenants on the basis of race, religion, national original, family status, disability or age. But what about income? This is where things start to get a little murky.
San Jose was already buzzing with news that Google is in talks with the City to build a 6 million square foot “mega-campus” near Diridon Station. Landlords and San Jose property management companies instantly speculated on the impact this would have on the local real estate market.