Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/escape-from-sf-new-tech-company-helps-residents-flee-san-francisco/
A new technology company is hoping to cash-in on San Francisco’s rampant crime and spiking housing costs; launching a new platform that helps Bay Area residents flee the region for “greener pastures.”
‘Leaving the Bay Area’ was created by long-time resident Scott Fuller earlier this year and hopes to help residents relocate due to “housing costs, endless traffic, and anti-straw fanaticism.”
“Between high housing costs, endless traffic, and rising anti-straw fanaticism, more and more Bay Area residents are looking for greener, cheaper pastures,” writes the website.
“In a lot of cases they might have a good job here, they might be making a good income, but the money just doesn’t go very far with the cost of living and how much they’re having to pay on their mortgage each month,” Fuller adds.
A recent survey by the Bay Area Council found a stunning 46% of San Francisco residents planned on leaving the region within “the next few years.”
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