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Epic Apartments Offers Community and Amenities in North San Jose

Epic Apartments Offers Community and Amenities in North San Jose

For new families, young professionals or couples, Epic Apartments, part of Essex Apartment Homes, offers a welcoming community with numerous amenities in north San Jose. The complex offers a variety of floor plans with amenities including a community pool and spa, game room, fitness center,…

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Highway 280 ‘Flintstone House’ Up For Sale

Highway 280 ‘Flintstone House’ Up For Sale

The “Flintstone House,” a roadside oddity that quipped the interest of Silicon Vally commuters along Highway 280 for years, hit the market this week for a whopping $4.2 million.

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Traverse Homes Offers Comfy Living in the Heart of Milpitas

Traverse Homes Offers Comfy Living in the Heart of Milpitas

More housing options have arrived in Milpitas with Journey and Voyage at Traverse, condominiums and town homes that offer a central location in Silicon Valley with modern amenities in a thriving neighborhood. Fitting the innovative, chic culture of the Silicon Valley, Journey and Voyage at…

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San Jose Real Estate Prices Rise With Demand

San Jose Real Estate Prices Rise With Demand

With major tech giants like Google and Facebook hiring thousands of new workers, San Jose home and apartment prices have skyrocketed and builders are having a hard time meeting the increased demand. Metrostudy Reports show that housing prices have increased by 48.8 percent compared to…

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Meritage Plans New Community Homes in Morgan Hill

Meritage Plans New Community Homes in Morgan Hill

Master planned community veterans Meritage Homes are in the process of constructing their latest Stonebridge community just south of San Jose city in Morgan Hill. Considered the southernmost part of the Silicon Valley, residents of the city enjoy easy access to San Jose and other…

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Airbnb Agrees to Pay Hotel Tax


Airbnb Agrees to Pay Hotel Tax


The online home rental service Airbnb recently agreed to pay San Francisco’s 14 percent hotel tax, addressing just one of the many concerns of critics who say that the company has been ignoring regulations. As part of this plan, Airbnb would collect the taxes directly…

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Tips for Conserving Water During California’s Drought

Tips for Conserving Water During California’s Drought

With California officially in a drought emergency, Gov. Jerry Brown is asking everyone to take a look at their daily habits and reduce consumption by 20 percent. “We can’t make it rain, but we can be much better prepared for the terrible consequences that California’s…

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How to Fake Winter During California’s Heat Wave

How to Fake Winter During California’s Heat Wave

The rest of the nation might be suffering from freezing temperatures, but California’s unusually warm winter weather is showing no signs of cool. While the rest of the U.S. is a bit green with jealousy, some Californians might actually miss crisp temperatures and seeing snow…

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The San Jose Housing Market Heats Up

The San Jose Housing Market Heats Up

San Jose was recently ranked by Redfin as the fastest-selling city out of 22 major U.S. markets, which means that finding and buying the perfect home in San Jose may be a cutthroat experience.

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Menlo Park Approves New Facebook Campus

Menlo Park Approves New Facebook Campus

Last week, the Menlo Park Planning Commission unanimously passed a plan for Facebook’s new West Campus. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and legendary architect Frank Gehry have been collaborating on a design for this new structure over the past several months, and it now looks that their vision will come to fruition.

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