Article from Reason by Christian Britschgi.

Between high housing costs, endless traffic, and rising anti-straw fanaticism, more and more Bay Area residents are looking for greener, cheaper pastures.

In June, the Bay Area Council—a business-sponsored non-profit—put out a poll finding that some 46 percent of surveyed residents said they would likely be leaving the San Francisco area within the next few years.

Now, thanks to the magic of the marketplace, there is a company dedicated to helping them do just that.

Leaving The Bay Area was founded this year by Scott Fuller, a long-time real estate broker in the San Francisco area who says an increasing number of his clients are looking to pack up and move. His company helps these emigrants sell their home, find a new house in a more fitting location, and manage all the logistics so that they can move from door to door, without having to spend any time in placeholder hotels or rental housing.

Read the entire article at Reason.