What will be the appreciation rate for homes in Pleasanton in 2008?

Asked by no name, 12134 Mon Aug 6, 2007

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Aaron Wheeler, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Mon Aug 6, 2007
While there is no crystal ball to tell us exactly how much Pleasanton may or may not appreciate, we can look at the trend over the past two years. Here is the link to our latest research for Pleasanton: http://www.oakvilleproperties.net/marketresearch/MarketUpdat…

Pleasanton, while a very desirable community, has been on bit of a roller coaster ride lately. Prices have gone down, come up, and gone back down again.

Inventory has been building, but days on market has been coming down, so this creates a slight seller's market.

- Aaron Wheeler, President, Oakville Properties
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Jim Walker, Agent, Carmichael, CA
Mon Aug 6, 2007
The appreciation rate will be 2.6% for median priced homes between Jan 08 and Jan 09. There are 10,325 beans in the jelly jar. Barry Bonds will announce his retirement on Oct 2, 2007. His final career home run total will be 761. Hillary Clinton will win the presidency, Barack Obama her running mate. They will barely beat the McCain /Fred Thompson ticket, not the landslide that is expected. A meteor will hit the earth in 2029 but it will not destroy the planet. All or none of these predictions may come true, or maybe some.
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#1, , San Francisco Bay Area
Mon Aug 6, 2007
Here is a good start for you. Pleasanton will always be one of the most popular cities (bedroom community) in the East Bay to live and demand for homes here will always be strong.

These are the housing stats for Pleasanton. Check the current trends at the Web Reference.

I hope this is helpful to you.

Ed Monaghan
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The Hagley G…, Agent, Pleasanton, CA
Mon Aug 6, 2007
Your best bet is to look at trends over the bast 10 years or so. Don't just look at Pleasanton....look at the entire Tri-Valley, as well as San Ramon and Danville. Even in the current climate, real estate continues to do well in the region. Yes, Pleasanton has had a few flutters, but easy access to freeways and BART, shopping, dining, afforability (as comapred to SF) and the many parks and recreatonal acitivites that Pleasanton offers are just a few of the reasons that you should it give it, and the surounding areas, serious consideration when it comes time to buy. Go to the Trulia home page and click on real estate guides for more information.
Web Reference:  http://www.cindihagley.com
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#1, , San Francisco Bay Area
Thu Aug 30, 2007
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.
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