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Local Info in Central San Jose : Real Estate Advice

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Fri May 1, 2015
Huey Nguyen answered:
Hello Khalid,

This is downtown. You do not specify what kind of conditions you are looking for, what kind of community, the noise level, the schools, etc. in your question, so I can only offer you some general suggestions I offer to my own clients here:

- Come by the neighborhood and the property at night and during the day, both on weekdays and weekends. See how you feel in the neighborhood; how would you feel if your family lived there?

- Talk to the neighbors around the property - They will be able to tell you much more about the neighborhood and what living there is like than what an agent might be able to tell you.

Good luck to you!

Best regards,

Huey Nguyen
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Fri Oct 25, 2013
Terri Vellios answered:

Be sure to read the warning about scams. The listing does say it's offered by Cornerstone and there is a phone number. Call the number and ask for their California BRE Number and then verify it at www.DRE.CA.GoV ... more
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Sat Jul 13, 2013
Barry Shaw answered:
I'm sorry but I do not have access to the demographics for this area. It is a nice neighborhood and the condo is in great shape. Located near major freeways, light rail and CalTrain stations. I am hosting an open house tomorrow from 1-4 if you would like to stop by.

Thanks for your question.
Barry Shaw
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Wed Oct 3, 2012
Ruth and Perry Mistry answered:
Hello Goldenfire

Many fine parts down town, avoid areas with Multi Units.

New High Rises such as AXis, the88, etc are great new, secure and well managed.
Many fine streets and areas, give me a call.

Check out if you are concerned.

Good luck.

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Thu Aug 27, 2009
Dare David answered:

San Jose Mercury News, Jan. 2, 2009

'First Fest' celebrates region's innovative, historical [at The 88]

San Jose is the third largest city in the state, the fourth safest city in America and among the top 100 most expensive places to pay property taxes, buy lunch or park your car. ... more
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Tue Aug 26, 2008
Amir Shahkarami answered:
You get what you pay for. Most new homes are priced higher than the equivilant existing home.
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