Overheated housing market? Burned-out Silicon Valley house on the market for $800,000
Thursday, 12 April 2018 A house that suffered major fire damage two years ago is on the market for $800,000 in San Jose, California. The listing, which has already attracted criticism online, represents an example of Silicon Valley's overheated housing market.
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