Samuel Strauch and His List of Cities with Best Suburban Neighborhoods

Samuel Strauch, a highly successful real estate consultant, broker, and investor, has shared the best places to have quality and affordable housing in U.S. While most people love to have it in suburban neighborhoods of the main cities with low crime rate, Samuel Strauch lists out the best choices of hot areas for quality housing. He listed Denver, Colorado as an excellent choice for housing and states that Greater Denver has vibrant sports scene along with cultural attractions, and it has a median price of $270,000 in Northeast Denver (ZIP code 80239). Samuel Strauch sees northeast to Wylie in Dallas, Texas (ZIP code 75098) another excellent choice with sprawling ranch-style houses and thriving nightlife. The area shows 26% savings from urban Dallas which has a median price of $501,500.

Dublin in San Francisco, California ((ZIP code 94568) is coming with median home price is $890,000 which is 22% less than the median price of the city. The area offers quick access to Bay Area using the Rapid Transit station, better air, highly-rated schools, popular night spots, etc. Samuel Strauch also sees Daffan in Austin, Texas as another great suburban neighborhood with 30% difference from the downtown. It has good colleges along with music options, and it comes with a median price range of $338,000. Palm River–Clair Mel in Tampa, Florida (ZIP code 33619) is another great choice for the moderate housing prices and excellent job market. While downtown Tampa has a median price of $350,000, the suburban areas show a price drop of up to 62% and more information click here.

Samuel Strauch is known for his quality real estate services ever since he made an entry into the industry. He has more than 15 years of experience in real estate sector and considered to one of the most successful real estate brokers in Florida. In 2002, Strauch founded his own real estate firm, Metrik, to offer development, acquisitions, equity sourcing, and brokerage and learn more about Samuel.

Samuel Strauch started his career with the banking industry and later shifted to real estate sector considering his family is into real estate industry, and he thought he could make a difference. Strauch completed graduation in Business from Hofstra University and also did his Executive Education from Harvard University and https://ideamensch.com/samuel-strauch/.

Review of the Statement Issued by Squaw Valley on the Upper Mountain Water Quality

Squaw Valley released a detailed statement in response to claims that coliform and E. coli bacteria were found in the drinking water available in the upper mountain area of Squaw Valley. This health concern was reported by the Placer County Department of Environmental Health on November 8. The water has undergone consistent treatment from then and is improving well. Wesley Nicks, Placer County Environmental Health director spoke to Sierra Sun on the issue. He stated that three out of four wells serving the upper mountain contained coliform in low levels but E. coli was not found. Apart from the closure of restaurants at upper mountain and skiers banned from drinking the water until the situation was contained, no other major health issues were observed.

 

 

Statement on the Water Quality at Upper Mountain, Squaw Valley

 

 

In October, unusual heavy rain storms affected a number of water systems found in Placer County. This led to the inundation of a water system that had been upgraded and installed during the summer at Gold Coast and High Camp. This was the only water system that got contaminated out of all the water systems present in the area and no contaminated water was given to the public.

 

 

Our routine tests led to the detection of the issue and the same was communicated to the Placer County Environmental Health and the Squaw Valley Public Service District. We further held consultations with various other top water safety experts. Under their guidance and assistance, we have undertaken a number of steps to ensure that this issue is well addressed and will continue up until the water in this system returns to its normal levels. Regular usage of water at Gold Coast or High Camp will not resume until the health officials and other experts give the green light that the water is fully safe.

 

 

We care about the safety of all our customers and take the issue with a lot of concern as we do at all times when issues arise in our resort. As this issue continues being resolved, all our guests at Gold Coast and High Camp will get full and normal access to all the facilities and bottled drinking water will be availed free of charge.