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RE: O’Quinn on his no vote
(04-05-2018 11:05 AM)UAB Band Dad Wrote:  
(04-04-2018 10:11 PM)legalblazer Wrote:  North Birmingham is doomed...
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...-6-million

At the risk of stating the obvious, Birmingham isn't San Francisco. We also don't have the sort of salaries or the shortage of housing that are driving those price increases.

The last Forbes list of billionaire families had only one - the Harberts -living in Alabama. Since there were almost 600 such families said to be in America, one might suppose a lot of them are in California (as well as a sizable share of the nation's 3 million millionaires). Yes, salaries are higher in California as when I was making about $20,000 in B'ham in the late 1980s, the average teacher in the LA area of Cal was making about $40,000. It is said that the fortunes now being made in "Silicon Valley" are driving the property values around San Francisco.
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