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There’s no steering around it—driveways play a big role in your home’s appearance. Small wonder: They’re sizeable features. A typical 20-by-40-ft. suburban driveway occupies about 800 sq. ft. of front yard—almost half a tennis court. Yet we often regard these hardworking necessities simply as slabs of concrete. With a little imagination, however, you can cook up a great-looking driveway that’ll boost curb appeal and help preserve the value of your property. Here are some ideas:
Last Thursday Forum launched KQED’s “Priced Out: The Bay Area’s High Cost of Housing,” discussing what’s driving the market, what these prohibitive costs mean for the region, and what to expect in the short and long term.
The news wasn’t good for anyone trying to move anytime soon: San Francisco has the second-least affordable rental market in the U.S. despite having the highest minimum wage.
One guest went so far to say, “God wanted the Bay Area to be expensive,” citing the lack of space to expand development and good weather.
Yet some of us — lots of us — are still able to live here. But how?
That’s what we want know: what do you sacrifice to be able to afford housing in the Bay Area. Here’s how some listeners have weighed in …