‘Sheltering in Place’ has created many changes to people’s living situation. It has allowed employees of many Bay Area companies to work remotely, and it’s now very common to see people move out of state and take early retirement. Employees with corporate jobs have also been able to expand their commute travel radius (1-2 hrs away), as work policies now allow employees to come in to office with less frequency. Families look for more space to live, work, play and teach and they’re finding that this new remote “work from home” is an excellent opportunity to love where they live and that means with more room and yard space!
In previous videos, I have discussed the fact that Santa Cruz County is gaining wealth from neighboring counties, such as from Santa Clara, Alameda, and San Mateo. With much reluctancy from laid back beach locals, those that wish to take their equity and move are grateful that their little Santa Cruz beach bungalows are catching a pretty penny for retirement this high equity growth is across the country!) Here’s another example of a Santa Cruz multigenerational home and why they’re terrific options. Click here
In this strong sellers market with record low inventory, many smart homeowners are preparing their home to sell this year to take advantage of the opportunity.
Here’s a home I toured yesterday in Aptos, perfect for multigenerational family or someone who’s wishing for a downstairs rental for passive income. Cabrillo College is only 9 mins away and a 1BD/1BA would fetch average $2K/month.
Aptos is a great community – good schools, variety of shops and restaurants and only 8 minutes away from one of my favorite beach, Beer Can Beach!
I hope you enjoy my quick YouTube video tour of 129 Lyle Ct Aptos.
If you’re interested in learning more about multigenerational homes or looking for a beach community, ask me, I’d love to help you find your next home!
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