These homes are not expensive by any means to their buyers. From what I've been hearing, the actual prices have been significantly above the builder's asking prices, which is something I've not heard before.
HOA fees are almost always going up as the cost contributors like insurance, maintenance, and utilities are almost always going up. But, there's no need to gripe about HOA fees since you would have to pay for those items anyway if you didn't have an HOA.
And unfortunately, there's no point in waiting to confirm on the actual prices since the community has basically sold out already.
I beleive the Releases are in OCT, I am regeistered with them for periodic information.........There are Single Family Homes and Townhomes....Yes HOA will be there but one cannot presume they will keep going up....If you do buy there pls go with a Realtor the FIRST time you go there and register with your Realtor, so you can have your OWN REPRESENTATION! Yes, the Builders Sales Staff will write the Purchase Offer....but there is so much more involved in the whole process, and its a Long process!!
If you DONT have a Realtor, please feel free to get in touch with me, I have helped many of my clients into New Constructions in different places in the Bay area - and can provide you with Referrals for that.
Be well and Safe and wishing you all the Best,
Develpers also prefer to try and capture buyers without agents but cooperate with agents who bring buyers. They surely net more money by selling to buyers who do not have agents, otherwise they would take advantage of the "free" promotion of the MLS.
Currently there are no sales for either Pine Way or Geary Way shown in the Santa Clara County title records provided by the MLS. Any completed sales would thus be quite recent.
If the HOA does timely maintenance the HOA fees will probably not become unreasonable. High HOA fees most often occur after maintenance has been delayed causing unnecessary damage from weather.