Monthly Archives: October 2013

Bay Area Housing Market Update

Luxury Home Sales Continue to Climb Around the Bay The Bay Area’s luxury housing market turned in another strong performance in September, according to Coldwell Banker Previews latest luxury market reports released this week. But there are indications around the

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Delightfully Frightful Halloween Decor on a DIY Budget

Decorating your home for Halloween doesn’t have to be scary (unless, of course, you want it to be). Some home owners go all out in a manner more often reserved for Christmas. David Gugel, for instance, takes Halloween decor to

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Market Summary for Pleasanton

Market Summary for Pleasanton, CA                Local Market Information Homes for Sale 102   Average Listing Price $1,427,530 Recently Sold 463   Average Sold Price $878,571 New Construction 3   Open Houses 8 Foreclosures 0   New Listings 29 Rental 9

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Bay Area Real Estate Market Update

North Bay – We continue to see strength in all sectors of the market, most notably in the sale of luxury homes, according to our Central and Southern Marin manager. While inventory is increasing, demand is keeping pace. Emotions are

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When Should You Put Your Home on the Market?

Q: When is a good time to put your house up for sale before you want to move? A: Only a crystal ball can completely solve the conundrum of how to plan a moving date when you’re dependent on finding

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California’s Top Cities for Dog Lovers

If the terms “designer dog food,” “doggy strollers,” “doggy day care” and “dog bakeries” are all familiar, everyday terms in your circle, you are likely a dog-mom or dad—and unquestionably a devout dog lover. Yes, human kids are grand, but

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Make the Most of Your Home Inspection

A home inspection is a crucial element of any home purchase. Most buyers make their purchase offer contingent on the results of a home inspection so they can decide not to buy if the inspection reveals significant structural problems. In

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