A record number of potential U.S. homebuyers are seeking to relocate, according to a report published last week by real estate brokerage firm Redfin. People looking to leave are on both the west and east coasts. The top seven of these cities that people are seeking to leave all have one thing in common. Can you guess what it is? If you guessed all seven are left wing shitholes, then you would be correct. These are the top seven:
A record number of potential U.S. homebuyers are seeking to relocate, according to a report published last week by real estate brokerage firm Redfin. The report ranked the cities Redfin users appeared most likely to try to leave — San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York topped the list.
“The typical home in San Francisco or San Jose now costs more than $1.5 million,” Taylor Marr, Redfin’s deputy chief economist, said in the report. “Add in today’s 5%-plus mortgage rates and you have a sky-high monthly payment.”
Marr noted that a lack of affordability is a tougher sell for cities than ever before, with the rise of remote work across large swaths of the country. Roughly 33% of Redfin users searched for homes in new cities in the second quarter of 2022, up from 26% in 2019 before the Covid-19 pandemic hit.
Here are the top seven cities prospective homebuyers are seeking to leave, according to Redfin’s report:
If you go for the top ten, then you add Denver, Chicago and Minneapolis round out the list’s top 10. Again, all of these ten shitholes are Democrat cesspool. Most of these cities haven’t had a Republican mayor in at least half a century, if not longer.
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