Copying my answer from your other question post about this area.
I like the Almaden Walk homes. I think the south end of Willow Glen is coming along well. I have seen the models and the pros to the homes are size, newness, contemporary styling and the Willow Glen address. In my opinion the down sides are; tri-level, views off the back side of the house is the next units garage, parking, and Guadalupe Creek.
The City of San Jose had plans to create a "river walk" trail along the Guadalupe but with the change in the economy, who knows when that will actually happen. Beautifying that side of the street would help the Almaden Walk area.
If California re-instates the $10K tax credit for the new developments, I believe the deal making could happen. Best to ask a lot of questions of the builder and what help they can offer with closing costs. I think the 5-10 year plan is a good one.
Unfortunately, I have had no personal experience with Olsen Homes to be able to comment on the quality of their development or their sales services.
I'm confident that I can assist you! Call me today at 408-497-6528 and let's review your search criteria. Purchasing anew home has different characteristics vs. a resale. Your question was spot
on about Olsen Homes! The first thing that you want to insure is the validity of the new home builder. I can assist you in identifying financial and previous client statistsics that will insure your purchase.
The Conley Real Estate Group
Top 1% Northern California Real Estate
Post Office Box 2206
Saratoga, CA 95070
We realize that all accomplishments are based on the foundation that others have establishedâ€¦..
Are you a first time buyer?
Do you have an agent - or know a good one? they can represent you and negotiate a great deal with the builder.
Otherwise, why would anyone put their professional reputation on the line to speculate on the future? For someone that's not even their client? All risk and no reward.