Among the top 20 U.S. metro areas, homeowners in San Francisco spend the most on kitchen remodels, averaging $70,000 for a major remodel of a large kitchen (200 square feet or more), compared with $42,000 nationally.
1016 Bermuda Drive in San Mateo just sold in 7 days for $1,458,000 - YEP! - $259,000 over asking -> Tap photo for the details ;O
SOLD TODAY - 509 Poinsettia Ave in San Mateo... $162,000 over asking... final sale price $1,760,000 - that's San Mateo Village ;) - Tap photo for more info!
Sunnybrae -> 1677 Eleanor Drive in San Mateo just sold for $1,650,000 - that's - $262,000 over asking -> Tap photo for the details ;)
Total Fixer at 227 Finger Ave in Redwood City sells for $1,375,000 - that is a WHOPPING $425,000 over the list price of $949,000. Tap Photo for more info on this 2 bedroom 1 bath sale.
125 D Street in Redwood City sold for $1,000 per sqft... $201,000 over asking... final sale price $1,700,000 - that's impressive new construction ;) - Tap photo for more info!
356 Topaz St in Redwood City just sold in 11 days for $2,410,000 - HELLO - $412,000 over asking -> Tap photo for the details ;O
121 15th Ave in San Mateo sold OFF MARKET with 4 Offers $226,324 Over Asking - Sold Price $1,504,324 - Tap LEARN MORE for the details
413 Poinsettia Ave in San Mateo just sold in 12 days for $1,725,000 - WOW - $227,000 over asking -> Tap LEARN MORE for the more details ;)
420 Fathom Drive in San Mateo sold in 11 days for $1,260,000 - yes - that's $71,200 over list price. Tap for details ;)
Foster City Homes selling in an average of 9 days on market. Low inventory and high demand continues on the Peninsula.
Stanford brings 2500 employees to Redwood City in 2019 - home prices continue to rise. Located one mile from downtown, Stanford Redwood City will bring new vitality and energy to an area rich in history.
While low housing inventory and slow wage growth are par for the course in California, the state pushed past those roadblocks to record a strong start to the year, according to the California Association of Realtors’ latest report, which collects data from more than 90 local Realtor associations and MLSs statewide.
San Carlos home sales on fire with 8 days on market average. No slow down in sight... $1,696,000 average sales price...
“Home prices continue to grow at a torrid pace so far in 2017 and these gains are likely to continue well into the future,” said Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic, in a statement on the Index. “Home prices are at peak levels in many major markets and the appreciation is being driven by a number of dynamics—high demand, stronger employment, lean supplies and affordability—that will continue to play out in the coming years. The CoreLogic Home Price Index is projecting an additional 5 percent rise in home prices nationally over the next 12 months.”
Home prices have continued to climb particularly fast out West, with the highest year-over-year price increases once again seen in Seattle (11.3%), Portland (9.7%) and Denver (9.2%).
“U.S. consumers are the most confident in the U.S. economy in 15 years, buoyed by the strongest job market since before the Great Recession. The survey of consumer confidence rose…according to the Conference Board, the private company that publishes the index. That’s the highest level since July 2001.”
Home prices in the U.S. came to a stop in their monthly growth in January for only the second time since 2012, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency seasonally adjusted monthly House Price Index.