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Market Conditions in 94588 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 25, 2009
Lora answered:
I would much rather move to San Ramon than Pleasanton if not for the commute issue. I remember times during mid-nineties when Fremont homes were valued higher than Pleasanton because of proximity to hot dot-com jobs and still good schools. I am really curious to see what will happen in high-end Pleasanton market as most of notices of default now occur in that sector. ... more
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Thu Aug 30, 2007
#1 answered:
Pleasanton is a NITCH community. It depends on where the home is located. Pleasanton will always prosper because... well.... it is Pleasanton. People who want Pleasanton are going to buy in Pleasanton. ... more
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Fri Aug 10, 2007
Pam Winterbauer answered:
The July stats just came in. There are 32 condos for sale; 1 pended and 3 sold/closed. Based on pended sales properties are staying on the market longer. I would be glad to interpret these for you based on you property. Drop me an email or visit my website. Good luck here. ... more
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Fri Jul 6, 2007
The Harper Team answered:
The Bay East & Data Quick real estate stats for June won't be out for another week or so. If you look at the MLS trend graphs on our site (link below) - you can get a snapshot of the Pleasanton market. You can also request the PDF market details report at no cost to you (and no hassles).

In general the condo market in the Pleasanton area is under a lot of pressure from hundreds of new units coming on the market across the 580 freeway in Dublin.
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