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Guide To Santa Clara County Real Estate

By Thomas Feng | Agent in 95051
  • New Listing: 2471 Mosswood Ln Santa Clara CA 95051 3 Bed 1.5 Bath $579,000

    Posted Under: General Area in Santa Clara, Home Buying in Santa Clara, Home Selling in Santa Clara  |  June 6, 2014 12:03 PM  |  565 views  |  No comments
    Updated two level townhome in the South Park complex.

    Unit is centrally located in a quiet complex. Open floor plan with kitchen open to living and dining overlooking back fenced in patio.

    Features include dual pane windows, remodeled kitchen and baths, stylish interior, and two car garage with automatic roll up door.Complex amenities include pool and clubhouse.

    3 bed 1.5 bath, 1,311sqft, 1,608 lot size, offered at $579,000 MLS# 81419594.

    Open House 6/7-6/8 1:30-4:30PM.




    If you have any questions about the current real estate market give me a call at (408) 840-3852 or shoot me an email at Thomas.Feng@gmail.com to discuss your situation and how to get the most out of the current real estate housing market.

    Because of the many legal and tax situations that can arise through the sale and purchase of real estateALWAYS consult with your ATTORNEY or ACCOUNTANT before making ANY decisions in ANY transaction

    Copyright 2010-2014 by Thomas Feng, All Rights Reserved. You may reblog or republish.

    * THIS ARTICLE WAS POSTED AT Thomas Feng’s Bay Area Connect *

  • What makes up the perfect luxury property? One Cool Thing!

    Posted Under: General Area in Santa Clara, Home Buying in Santa Clara, Home Selling in Santa Clara  |  June 4, 2014 3:09 PM  |  575 views  |  1 comment
    A survey was conducted by the California Association of Realtors on what home buyers considered to make a home a luxe property, 69% of the time it is all about the view. 53% of home buyers wanted to be on a hill top or to have mountain views, 42% of home buyers wanted a view of the water.

    In the Silicon Valley bay area however I think what makes a home a luxury home would be a mix of top schools, good views, and a convenient work commute.


    If you have any questions about the current real estate market give me a call at (408) 840-3852 or shoot me an email at Thomas.Feng@gmail.com to discuss your situation and how to get the most out of the current real estate housing market.

    Because of the many legal and tax situations that can arise through the sale and purchase of real estateALWAYS consult with your ATTORNEY or ACCOUNTANT before making ANY decisions in ANY transaction

    Copyright 2010-2014 by Thomas Feng, All Rights Reserved. You may reblog or republish.* THIS ARTICLE WAS POSTED AT Thomas Feng’s Bay Area Connect *

  • WHAT DO YOU WANT IN A NEIGHBORHOOD, ONE COOL THING!

    Posted Under: General Area in Santa Clara, Home Buying in Santa Clara, In My Neighborhood in Santa Clara  |  March 20, 2014 3:12 PM  |  605 views  |  1 comment
    This infographic shows several things that are important to home buyers when selecting their neighborhood.


    If you have any questions about the current real estate market give me a call at (408) 840-3852 or shoot me an email at Thomas.Feng@gmail.com to discuss your situation and how to get the most out of the current real estate housing market.

    Because of the many legal and tax situations that can arise through the sale and purchase of real estateALWAYS consult with your ATTORNEY or ACCOUNTANT before making ANY decisions in ANY transaction

    Copyright 2010-2014 by Thomas Feng, All Rights Reserved. You may reblog or republish.

    * THIS ARTICLE WAS POSTED AT Thomas Feng’s Bay Area Connect *

  • SUNNYVALE CONNECT FAMILY FUN FRIDAYS JANUARY 24TH – JANUARY 26TH

    Posted Under: General Area in Sunnyvale, Entertainment & Nightlife in Sunnyvale, Parks & Recreation in Sunnyvale  |  January 24, 2014 12:05 PM  |  693 views  |  No comments

    Looking for ideas for fun and exciting outings with your family for January 24th – January 26th in and around Sunnyvale CA?

    Here are 3 Family Friendly events for this weekend: Sleep and Health in Campbell, All You Can Dance in Campbell, Small Works Big Art in Los Altos!



    Stay connected with all things Sunnyvale CA with our Facebook Community at Sunnyvale Connect and invite your fellow Sunnyvale fans!


    Sleep and Health Presentation – Millions are suffering from chronic sleep disorders. Chronic sleep disorders frequently associate with other serious chronic diseases. Join Dr. Eddie Cheng and Kristina Liu to learn the common causes and treatments for insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea. The presentation is followed by a question and answer session.

    Dr. Eddie Cheng, MD PhD is a board certified physician and Stanford clinical Instructor in Family Medicine with 30 years of clinical and teaching experience in diagnosis and behavioral treatment of chronic sleep disorders, obstructive sleep apnea, chronic headaches and TMJ disorders.

    This will be held Saturday January 25th 2:00p-3:30p at Campbell Library 77 Harrison Avenue Campbell, CA 95008. For more information call 408-866-1991

    Price: FREE

    All You Can Dance Day – Don’t miss our “All You Can Dance or Workout Day” for just $5! Dance classes include hip hop, break dance, tribal belly dance and show choir (sing and dance). They are perfect for teens and adults who want to explore their passion for dance, learn technique, and have fun.

    This will be held Saturday January 25th 10:15a-2:00p at the Ariel Dance Studio 2385 Winchester Boulevard Campbell, CA 95008. For more information call 408-621-2790.

    Price: $5 – Space is limited so please call to reserve your spot.

    Small Works, Big Art Exhibition – The artists of Viewpoints Gallery celebrate the new year, 2014, with an all-gallery group show. The fourteen local artists of Viewpoints Gallery exhibit individual interpretations of “Small Works, Big Art” in oils, watercolor, pastels, mixed media, and ceramics.

    This will be held Friday – Sunday January 24th-26th 11am-5pm at Viewpoints Gallery315 State Street Los Altos, CA 94022. For more information call 650-941-5789.

    Price: FREE

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  • SUNNYVALE CONNECT FAMILY FUN FRIDAYS JANUARY 17TH – JANUARY 19TH

    Posted Under: General Area in Sunnyvale, Entertainment & Nightlife in Sunnyvale, Parks & Recreation in Sunnyvale  |  January 17, 2014 1:52 PM  |  825 views  |  No comments

    Looking for ideas for fun and exciting outings with your family for January 17th – January 19th in and around Sunnyvale CA?

    Here are 4 Family Friendly events for this weekend: A Serving of Shapes An Exploration in 3D Printing in Santa Clara, Free Zumba Class in Campbell, Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things in San Jose, and Trees in Fir Coats: A Winter Tour in San Jose!



    Stay connected with all things Sunnyvale CA with our Facebook Community at Sunnyvale Connect and invite your fellow Sunnyvale fans!


    A Serving of Shapes An Exploration in 3D Printing – The public is invited to take part in free workshops at the de Saisset Museum that demystify the innovative process of 3D printing. Participants are encouraged to reflect on the history of food in this region or their personal relationships, experiences, and associations with food, and to use those ideas as inspiration for creating digital 3D designs in Tinkercad. Participants can generate new designs from scratch or choose an object from a library of images created by artist Corinne Takara and manipulate the form from there.

    Following the participatory workshops, a selection of designs will be printed in three dimensions using a plant-based filament that is 100% compostable and biodegradable. The resulting sculptures will then be integrated into an exhibition at the de Saisset Museum.

    This will be held Saturday January 18th at Santa Clara University de Saisset Museum 500 El Camino Real
    Santa Clara, CA 95053. For more information call 408-554-4528

    Price: FREE

    Free Zumba Class – Join us for free Zumba classes at the Campbell Library! Come move and groove to tropical beats. Wear comfortable workout clothes and shoes. Bring your bottle of water and a small towel. No is registration required. Classes are held on 1st and 3rd Saturdays through January 2014.

    This will be held Saturday January 18th 10:30am-11:30am at the Campbell Library 77 Harrison Avenue Campbell, CA 95008. For more information call 408-866-1991.

    Price: FREE

    Hidden Heroes: The Genius of Everyday Things – We use them every day. They influence our lives. They number in the billions. They are so common that we rarely even think about them: the “Hidden Heroes” of everyday life. Be it a dowel, a tea bag or a zipper, these objects are classics. Typically based on an idea that was both simple and ingenious, they have often remained essentially unaltered for decades. Due to their constancy, efficient use of materials and great utility, they are the utmost examples of sustainability and functional aesthetics. This exhibition presents 36 of these everyday classics, tells about their history, and demonstrates the enormous significance they have today, both conceptually and economically.

    This will be held Friday – Sunday January 17th-19th 11am-5pm at San Jose Museum of Art 110 S Market St, San Jose, CA. For more information call 408-271-6840.

    Price: Adults: $8, Students & Seniors: $5, Free admission for SJMA members and children six and under

    Trees in Fir Coats: A Winter Tour – Join Our City Forest this winter to learn about the evergreen trees of the SJSU campus! On this brand new tree tour, you’ll meet a spectacular variety of evergreens, learn about species from near and far, great and small, from the most familiar to the rarest oddities. And more!

    Whether you’re a botany buff, a literature lover, an aspiring historian, or just curious about the natural world, join us—there’s something on this tour for everyone!

    This will be held Saturday January 18th 2pm-3:30pm at Ninth Street Plaza near the SJSU Art Building, San Jose, CA. For more information call (408) 998-7337.

    FREE, optional donations. RSVP to treetours@ourcityforest.org or call (408) 998-7337 x 108 at least one day ahead.

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  • SUNNYVALE CONNECT FAMILY FUN FRIDAYS SEPTEMBER 27TH – SEPTEMBER 29TH

    Posted Under: General Area in Sunnyvale, Entertainment & Nightlife in Sunnyvale, Parks & Recreation in Sunnyvale  |  September 27, 2013 9:43 AM  |  1,007 views  |  No comments

    Looking for ideas for fun and exciting outings with your family for September 27th – September 29th in and around Sunnyvale CA?

    Here are 4 Family Friendly events for this weekend: Foodie Day in Sunnyvale, Palo Alto Harvest Festival, 41st Annual Silicon Valley Electric Vehicle (EV) Rally & Show in Cupertino, and Canoeing the Baylands in Palo Alto!



    Stay connected with all things Sunnyvale CA with our Facebook Community at Sunnyvale Connect and invite your fellow Sunnyvale fans!


    Foodie Day – Meet-and-greet with three cookbook authors Cheryl Sternman Rule, author of Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables Emma Christensen, author of True Brews: How to Craft Fermented Cider, Beer, Wine, Sake, Soda, Mead, Kefir, and Kombucha at Home and Stephanie Lucianovic, author of Suffering Succotash: A Picky Eater’s Quest to Understand Why We Hate the Foods We Hate.

    This event will be held during the Sunnyvale Farmers’ Market and there will be free food and drink samples.

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 28 11:00a to 1:00p at Leigh’s Favorite Books Sunnyvale, CA. For more information visit their website at Leigh’s Favorite Books Sunnyvale,

    Price: FREE

    Palo Alto Harvest Festival – Live music, food, a huge used book sale, treasures, and a large rummage sale for adults and children!

    FOOD, FUN & FREE ENTERTAINMENT:

    • Live Jazz, Folk, Blues, Classical, and World Music all day plus Storytelling, free, on the main stage
    • Children’s activities
    • Veggie Beauty Contest (new this year!)
    • Fabulous selection of homemade cookies, cakes, pies, and brownies
    • Fresh-squeezed lemonade; Popcorn
    • Lunch for sale, and more

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 28 9:00a to 4:00p at Palo Alto Friends Meeting Palo Alto, CA. For more information check out their website at Palo Alto Harvest Festival.

    Price: FREE

    41st Annual Silicon Valley Electric Vehicle (EV) Rally & Show – This free event, hosted by the Silicon Valley chapter of the Electric Auto Association, will be a large gathering of EV drivers and enthusiasts at one location. There will be an unmatched variety of plug-in cars, motorcycles, scooters, and bikes on display. At the rally, you’ll be able to talk to plug-in vehicle owners, ride in EVs, see new production vehicles, test drive plug-in vehicles, learn fueling techniques, hear guest speakers, and enter raffles for prizes.

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 28 10:00a to 4:00p at De Anza College Cupertino, CA. For more information visit their website at EV Rally.

    Price: FREE

    Canoeing the Baylands – You are invited on a special canoe trip through the marshes of the Palo Alto Baylands with the Environmental Volunteers as your guides. Canoeing is an easy and fun way to experience nature. The EV will help teach you about tides, plants, and wildlife along the way. No equipment or prior boating experience is necessary: we will gear you up and teach you about marshland ecosystems along the way.

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 28 10:00a to 1:30p at EcoCenter Palo Alto, CA. For more information give them a call at (650) 493-8000.

    Price: FREE

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  • SUNNYVALE CONNECT FAMILY FUN FRIDAYS SEPTEMBER 20TH – SEPTEMBER 22ND

    Posted Under: General Area in Sunnyvale, Parks & Recreation in Sunnyvale, In My Neighborhood in Sunnyvale  |  September 20, 2013 11:59 AM  |  1,177 views  |  2 comments

    Looking for ideas for fun and exciting outings with your family for September 20th – September 22nd in and around Sunnyvale CA?

    Here are 4 Family Friendly events for this weekend: Silicon Valley Fall Fest in Cupertino, Cupertino’s Citywide Garage Sale, Raspberry Jam Silicon Valley in Mountain View, and Meet Dora the Explorer in San Jose!



    Stay connected with all things Sunnyvale CA with our Facebook Community at Sunnyvale Connect and invite your fellow Sunnyvale fans!


    Silicon Valley Fall Fest – Come for the fun, stay for the entertainment. A Cupertino Community Celebration

    • High School Fine Arts Competition
    • Robotics Competition, Entertainment
    • Kids’ Zone with rides
    • Environmental Zone, Cultural Fair

    Organized & presented by Cupertino Rotary Club & World Journal

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 21 10:00a to 5:00p at Memorial Park Cupertino, CA. For more information visit their website at Silicon Valley Fall Fest

    Price: FREE


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    Cupertino’s Citywide Garage Sale – More than 400 garage sales throughout Cupertino. List and map of sales are available, on-line at: www.cupertino.org/garagesale. Printed copies will be available at the Cupertino Library, City Hall, the Cupertino Senior Center, and the Quinlan Community Center.

    This will be held Saturday-Sunday, Sep 21-22 9:00a to 4:00p at The City of Cupertino CA. For more information check out their website at Cupertino Garage Sale.

    Price: FREE


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    Raspberry Jam Silicon Valley –

    • - Open to the public
    • - Free Admission
    • - Kids are most highly encouraged to attend
    • - You don’t need to own a Raspberry Pi
    • - Newbies welcome – all questions will be answered
    • - If you do have a Pi board, bring it along to show to others
    • - Bring software or hardware you may be developing to show off
    • - Pi boards will be demonstrating all OS releases currently available, as well as application software for science, technology, engineering, and math education, learning how to develop software, games, media streaming, etc.

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 21 1:30p The Computer History Museum Mountain View, CA. For more information visit their website at Raspberry Jam.

    Price: FREE MUST REGISTER BEFOREHAND


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    Meet Dora the Explorer – Be one of the first 200 fans and you can take a photo with Dora! Don’t forget to bring your own camera! Then join us for a reading hour with a featured Dora book. Afterwards, head to the craft station to decorate your own backpack. Plus, with any $25 or more Dora the Explorer purchase during the event, receive a Dora fun pack!

    This will be held Saturday, Sep 21 2:00p at Macy’s (Valley Fair) San Jose, CA.

    Price: FREE


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