This is a job for your Realtor - you need to find one you trust, then let them run the numbers for you and make recommendations. We are really not supposed to be providing pricing in this forum. In fact, if any given seller sees their property being discussed like this in a public forum such as this (all they have to do to find it is Google their address), it gives them an advantage in trying to negotiate price once offers come in.... more
If the FUSD are not able/willing to disclose the waiting list numbers the following links are probably you best source for finding a useful pattern; however, I 'm not sure in the long-run it will prove useful given the variability each year:
By the way, you can check any address in Fremont, and many other Bay Area Cities, via www.SchoolAndHousing.com which I find to be more informative and easier to use than the FUSD site - plus they also have a mobile application, which is quite handy when you are viewing homes! Just access www.SchoolAndHousing.com on your mobile phone to download the app for FREE.
The easy and obvious answer is â€œyesâ€. That answer is not sufficient because we donâ€™t know what other qualifications that you have in regard to your planned purchase.
Are you looking for the â€œbest schoolsâ€? Are you looking for specific neighborhood characteristics? What is your budget for your planned purchase? Would a condo or townhouse be sufficient or not? Have you been approved for a loan? Are you working with an experienced local Realtor?
Right now, there are more questions than answers, but that is also normal for something as big as the purchase of a home.... more
There are always sellers out there who think their home is special, i.e. better than the 'comps' and will not price it for anything less than they think it is 'worth.9; The truth is, an overpriced listing generates minimal interest. If the seller is actually motivated to sell the house, this strategy will backfire - there will be lots of price reductions, and it will inevitably sell for LESS than if the seller priced the home at market value to begin with.
Will Bateson, Broker (Sidewalk Homes)
Full service Rebate Broker
As a neighborhood, Niles is great â€“ itâ€™s quiet and located up against the hills. Niles Canyon Railway connects to Niles and is a wonderful, historical connection to a bye gone era in California. Neighborhoods are tucked out of the way, access to parks is wonderful, including great access to Fremontâ€™s Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area.
If you are looking for good schools and great neighborhoods but donâ€™t want to go to south Fremont, Iâ€™d also consider Parkmont and Brookvale.
The Niles school has an API score of 886 and a Great schools rating of 9 according to the great schools website.
Follow the link below to see the school information:
If you would like to get some listings in that area e-mailed to you, please send me an e-mail off line or call me at 510-279-9580 and I would be happy to help you.
I can also send you listings in all the good elementary school areas in Fremont if you want.
Help-U-Sell Achievers Realty
40083 Mission Blvd
Fremont, Ca. 94539
As far as the opinion, of Fremont or San Jose, Fremont is a smaller and younger town then SJ. I would say itâ€™s all case by case, what fits your scenario the best? Do you mind to commute more if you get a better house? Do you have children of the school age? Do you care for the age of the house? Do you need an attached garage? Some more questions for you before your particular scenario can be analyzed.
I think you can get a town house in Mt. View too, in that range. If you like to live in Mt view, this town home that I know off, is band new, 3 bed 2.5 baths with 2 car attached garage. You need a negotiator to bring the price down to your numbers.
Feel free to call me I will show you this community and also try and negotiate the price for you.