Value of robots in years to come. Sept 13, 2018 19:11:32 GMT -5
Post by locidm on Sept 13, 2018 19:11:32 GMT -5
The problem is not in affording these robots, but in affording a place big enough to house them. Real Estate in the bay area has become crazier than the prices of some of these robots
Without a place to store things, collecting will be very limited indeed - especially as those 20+ year old collectors start families and will need to prioritize room for kids vs room for robots. There's only so much that can be stored in a $1.5 million dollar, 2 bedoom - 800 sq foot condo in the heart of the san francisco peninsula!
Think I'm kidding, here's what sold a few months ago: www.mlslistings.com/property/ml81693513/127-greenmeadow-way-palo-alto-ca-94306
(one guess, as to where I happen to live , and what I'm "struggling" with)
Yes, having to find the space is very difficult in bay area indeed! On top of that, once collectors start having kids, the free time dwindle to almost zero, and it becomes tougher to maintain a healthy sized collection (I mean keeping it small) because there's no time to sell toys to keep up with new toys coming in.