David Sacks recently set a new homebuying record in San Francisco when he bought a mansion for $20 million. Trulia, an online real estate database, reported that the tech mogul is just the latest resident of a street that's commonly referred to as "Billionaire's Row."
The news source also reported that Sacks is going to have to spend some more of his billions before he can enjoy his new abode - the interior remains unfinished. The good news is that the he was able to talk the seller down from the original asking price of $65 million, most likely because of how much the construction will cost.
Not many people can afford to live on Billionaire's Row, but San Francisco is one of the best places to move to regardless. The city boasts one of the richest cultures in the entire United States and is a haven for recent college graduates who want to break into growing industries.
Call Stevens Worldwide Van lines if you're considering a move to San Francisco. The household moving company and its nationwide movers can help you get your new home by the bay even if you currently reside on the East Coast.