With a high-paying job and stock options, odds are you're looking to buy a house.
The San Francisco housing market is one of the most expensive in the country, and most high-end buyers share certain demands for the money they're shelling out.
According to Deniz Kahramaner, founder of a newly founded data-focused real estate brokerage called Atlasa, tech millionaires tend to favor the Noe Valley/Mission Dolores area, or the Presidio Heights/Russian Hill area.
So far in 2019, senior executives from Google, JUUL Labs, Postmates, and other firms have purchased homes in the Pacific Heights and Russian Hill areas. Executives at DoorDash, Lyft, Instagram, and more have bought homes in Mission Dolores, Noe Valley, and Eureka Valley, according to Kahramaner.
Kahramaner explained that tech millionaires are drawn to properties with historic charm, like Edwardian and Victorian-style homes, but with modern upgrades. They often buy homes with access to prestigious private schools as well.
Here are the main things San Francisco tech millionaires look for in a home.