How’s the market?

Graphic with peach: How is the market?Each area page on this site will have information and links on that city, town, zip code, or district’s current real estate market as well as info on those areas generally.

My Real Estate Report, which provides info on Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and Santa Cruz County.  From those RE Report links, you can also pull up the 4 page printable PDF for each of the three counties, too.

Additionally, there are quite a number of real estate market posts on my other websites and blogs plus. Here are a few of those articles and resources on my sites – the first two are from the Live in Los Gatos blog, the rest are from, the blog “partner” to this website,

Saratoga, CA, Real Estate Market Update

Los Gatos real estate statistics and market trends

The Monte Sereno real estate market

Updating the Campbell Real Estate Market

Willow Glen real estate market in San Jose

Almaden Valley Real Estate Market Conditions & Homes for Sale

The Cambrian Park Real Estate Market Update

Cupertino Real Estate Market Trends and Statistics

Milpitas real estate market

Mountain View CA real estate market trends and statistics

The real estate market in San Jose’s Blossom Valley area

Santa Teresa real estate market

Morgan Hill real estate market

The San Jose Real Estate Market Analysis

The Evergreen area of San Jose

If you are interested in a “broad view” of the Silicon Valley real estate market, please also visit my relocation resource, Move2SiliconValley. At that site, I have a few articles comparing the cost of living from one city, town, or district to another.

Finally, even within an area, there can be different markets. For instance, in Saratoga, the real estate market is quite different at the entry level for houses versus the luxury tier. The market in Saratoga can also vary between one school district or another.  Often, we need to drill down to your home’s particular market to get you the best data – and that’s one of the reasons why you don’t want to go it alone, and are better served by hiring a good Realtor to assist you.

An example: during the downturn a few years back, I had a luxury listing on an acre of land with no pool. Most home buyers in that price point expected a pool, as it turns out. I crunched the numbers to get the absorption rate for homes in that area with and without pools, and they were quite different. We didn’t have to guess – the data told us.

If you are thinking of selling, it’s helpful to get data not just for  your zip code or town, but for your home’s market. So too with home buying: the area you want to purchase in may be more or less competitive than the stats published online.

I enjoy working with clients who like making data driven decisions. If you’re interested in talking with me, please email or call me. We’ll set up a first appointment by phone (allow about 10-15 minutes), and if it seems like we should meet, we can schedule an appointment for 60 minutes or so at my office or a coffee shop, if you prefer that.

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