Hi Erin. A real estate agent in the Fremont area will be your best source. Please keep in mind that it's important to look at data for similar properties in the neighborhood in which you are interested in order for the average days on the market information to be meaningful. For instance, if you just looked at how long all the properties in that particular neighborhood were on the market before they went into escrow, you'd not account for difference in size and other features that require adjustments. For instance, if you have 2,000 square foot house you want to know how long similar houses were on the market and you don't really care how long it took for a 1,200 or 3,000 square foot house to go into escrow. It is also important that you compare those properties that were priced right as overpriced homes, even though similar to yours, will affect the average days on market if they are considered in the analysis. Lastly, you'll also want to take a look at how many listings of similar properties expired and take a look at the price and also the original list price. While everybody wants to get the most for their property, the worst thing you can do is put the property on the market at price that's too high and then chase the market with price reductions.
Best of luck to you,