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- $399,000 - 4937 CROW CANYON RD
- $150,000 - 3384 E CASTRO VALLEY BLVD
- $1,825 - 19845 LAKE CHABOT RD
- $479,000 - 3578 JERALD CT
- Lot size: 1.71 ac
- 0 beds
- 0 baths
- Lot size: 1.47 ac
- Year built: 1960
- 0 beds
- 0 baths
- Lot size: 36,154 sqft
- Year built: 1983
- 0 beds
- 0 baths
- Home size: 1,374 sq ft
- Lot size: 5,076 sqft
- Year built: 1954
- 4 beds
- 3 full baths
Lot size: 1.71 ac
0 beds 0 baths $399,000
Lot size: 1.47 ac Year built: 1960
0 beds 0 baths $150,000
Lot size: 36,154 sqft Year built: 1983
0 beds 0 baths $1,825
Home size: 1,374 sq ft Lot size: 5,076 sqft Year built: 1954
4 beds 3 full baths $479,000
Last week, we reported on the lack of housing supply and how that was impacting the real estate market. Today, we want to let you know what other industry experts are saying. Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President: “It’s kind of a seesaw right now between supply and demand. One of the reasons for fewer sales […]Read More...
In today’s market, where demand is outpacing supply in many regions of the country, pricing a house is one of the biggest challenges real estate professionals face. Sellers often want to price their home higher than recommended, and many agents go along with the idea to keep their clients happy. However, the best agents realize […]Read More...
Some Important Points To Consider: The latest Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey reports the 30-year fixed rate at 3.7%. Freddie Mac’s projection for Q2 2016 is that the rate will be 4.7% (a full percentage point higher) The Home Price Expectation Survey predicts that home prices will appreciate by 4.4% during this same time […]Read More...
Matthew Rognlie, from the Department of Economics at MIT, recently released a paper:Deciphering the Fall and Rise in the Net Capital Share. One of the major findings of the report is that homeownership is and has been for the last fifty years a major component to family wealth. An article on the study in The […]Read More...
In my neighborhood it’s more of downsizing. What’s happening in yours? *************************************************************************** Location, Location, Location by The KCM Crew on March 16, 2015 in For Buyers, For Sellers, Pricing A recent Demand Institute report revealed “nearly half of all American households plan to move at some point in the future.” Seventy-five percent of those surveyed […]Read More...
It’s inevitable. Someone always wants to ruin the party. In this case, talks of a bubble had been going on since last year. It’s starting to get louder. As always, there’s 2 sides to the story. Some point to the fact that we haven’t returned to our previous highs. Others point out that the lack […]Read More...
This article from Yahoo hits the proverbial nail on the head with first time home buyers. One of the biggest challenges that I usually face with 1st home buyers is the fact that they watch too much HGTV. Geez, if I had a nickel for every buyer that would tell me they are looking for […]Read More...
There are many people sitting on the sidelines trying to decide if they should purchase a home or sign a rental lease. Some might wonder if it makes sense to purchase a house before they are married and have a family. Others may think they are too young. And still others might think their current […]Read More...
Mac is a person easy to deal with and always ready to help when needed. Also i like the fact that he is patient and a good listener. I would highly recommend him.
Mac provided great experience throughout the home selling process. He's always there to guide me and answer all my concern. He always looked out for our best interest in negotiations for the sell price. He keeps me updated on what's going on with the sale of... (more)
Mac helped us sell our second home on a short sale. He was very knowledgeable and was always reachable. He also helped us talk to the tenants. Even though it was a short sale he still went all out with his marketing. We asked him why and he said that he... (more)
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