pine valley area in san ramon ?

Asked by Sam, Fremont, CA Thu Jul 28, 2011

seeing houses on pine valley area in san ramon more expensive than the ones at intersection of bollinger and crow canyon . any idea why this area is in demand ?

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Bob Georgiou, Agent, Danville, CA
Fri Aug 5, 2011
Sam,

My two cents is the gold course. Most of the homes that are selling for a premium have no rear neighbors excpet fairways which are kinda nice except for the periodic golfball. With no neighbors behind and large swaths of maintained grass behind your home adds that emotional appeal for some. And if you are golfer it could be a plus... consider those balls a donation from fellow golfers. I digress.
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Lisa & Greg…, Agent, Danville, CA
Fri Aug 5, 2011
Hi Sam,
Some of the homes at the very top of Pine Valley are newer and larger homes. They will be higher.
When you say The Pine Valley area are you thinking near Cal High? That entire part of San Ramon is pretty popular. The court locations will be the homes with the biggest demand usually. Are you looking for an older home or one built more recently?
I work with J. Rockcliff Realtors right here in Town. We do a great deal of work in that area and would be honored to help you. My cell number is (925)890-7443. http://www.thedoyleteam.com
Best of luck to you,
Lisa Doyle
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Linda Urbick, Agent, Blackhawk, SD
Fri Jul 29, 2011
Sam
When you say Pine Valley area and Bollinger & Crow Canyon are you referring to Twin Creeks? There are subniches within the Pine Valley area with a variety of builders and sizes of houses. It really depends on the demand, supply and the condition of the homes. If you could be more specific I can provide you with more data about the different areas in San Ramon. You can contact me linda@lindaurbick.com or give me a call 925.415.3046

Linda
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Bernard Gibb…, Agent, Danville, CA
Thu Jul 28, 2011
94582 is generally more expensive than 94583 if you compare similar size homes. It is because schools in 94582 mostly have higher API and 94582 is mostly more modern homes.

Many people prefer more modern homes. Others (like me) prefer an older home with a larger lot in a more established area.

All San Ramon homes have great schools. Some maybe a little better than others. Bright kids will shine at all San Ramon schools.

It is really a matter of personal preference.

Bernard Gibbons

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Ramsey Messi…, Agent, San Ramon, CA
Thu Jul 28, 2011
It's generally more desirable to be on the east side of 680 than it is on the westside. Differing neighborhoods as far as the general desirability as well as school districts. Although all the schools are pretty good in the SR valley unified school district you still have some better than others and they're generally more in demand to buyers with kids.
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