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Daly City Reportedly Ranks Number One In Homes Sold Over Asking

Who knew? Welcome to the new hottest housing market in America: Daly City. Also South San Francisco, Mountain View, Fremont, San Jose, and San Mateo. According to the real estate site OpenHouse, these were six of the ten cities US cities that sold the greatest percentage of homes for over the asking price last week. And yes, Daly City came in first place, with 92 percent of sales busting initial expectations.
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