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we’ve room for new development

According to the latest KPMG 2017 Real Estate Industry Outlook Survey just released, both the Bay Area and Silicon Valley have room for new development for the foreseeable future. San Francisco is especially primed for foreign investment. “A growing U.S. economy, coupled with healthy real estate fundamentals and strong access to financing and capital, make real estate leaders optimistic about a continued ‘boom’ in the U.S. market,” Greg Williams, national sector leader of building, construction and real estate at KPMG, said in a press release Tuesday. (Silicon Valley Business Journal, February 1, 2017)

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