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Tahoe Talk: Home prices skyrocket; Fall leaves for sale in Bay Area

From around the globe to out your backdoor, here are the topics to keep you relevant and up-to-date. Listen to today’s discussion here.

  • Earth just experienced the hottest September since records began
  • Rave: Zoom will start letting people host paid-entry online events with a new service called OnZoom. Beta version available now, worldwide 2021
  • Two Bi-Rite locations in the SF are selling brown-paper-wrapped bundles of fall leaves, and for $14.95, you can have around two handfuls’ worth of seasonally appropriate plant refuse
  • Americans spent $3.4 billion in a single year on cracked screen repairs.
  • Nearly half of all Americans say they’d find it difficult to pay for an unexpected $250 expense right now. 35% of respondents are losing sleep over personal economic concerns.
  • The median price of a California home skyrocketed to $712,430 in September — shattering the state record for the fourth month in a row — as sales hit their highest level in more than a decade. It took 11 days on average to sell a single-family home in September — the shortest period ever recorded.
  • Friday, Oct. 23 = National Croc Day

Local News:

  • City of SLT Council agenda items overview
  • Multiple bank robberies in the area lately
  • 4 arrested in major drug bust in SLT
  • Tahoe Land podcast wins highest award for any TV/Radio/Digital entity
  • New Truckee restaurant offering ‘Mountain Italian’ cuisine

Fact Check:

  • TahoeMemes causing more fake waves saying that ski resorts will not open until Jan. 15 – False!

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