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I really should try to get to the Mercury News before lunchtime. The
rental statistics I mentioned previously I heard on the radio, and THEY
got it from the paper. Here are the current vacancy rates (says today's
San Jose Mercury News) in some metro areas:
Los Angeles 17%
San Francisco 16%
Silicon Valley 10%
New York City (midtown south) 11%; Manhattan skyscrapers: 15%
And offlist, some kind person pointed out that Oregon DOES have a state
income tax - they just don't have a sales tax. Which makes the
comparison between California and Oregon payroll taxes about even.
Los Trancos Systems
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