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Disparity in Departure: Who Leaves the Bay Area and Where Do They Go?

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Authors: Issi Romem and Elizabeth Kneebone

Release Date: October 2018

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This study was published jointly by BuildZoom and is available on their blog here.

 

 

 

 

 

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Study says poor Bay Area expats stay in California, wealthy leave in Curbed

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Where do Bay Area exiles move? Depends on Income in the San Francisco Business Times

If people are fleeing Silicon Valley, why is the population growing? And what’s it mean? in the SV Business Times

Who are those Bay Area transplants in the Central Valley? Meet the barista next door in the Sacramento Bee

The Bay Area Has Growing Disparity. More Housing In The Right Places Would Help in BisNow

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