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Sat Mar 14, 2015
Mitkash asked:
Due to privacy, we'd like to request your website to remove our house's pictures (1880 Park Blvd, Palo Alto, CA 94306). Thank you!
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Thu Nov 6, 2014
Sam Shueh answered:
EPA is not what you were familiar with. Some neighborhood homes are asking over your budget due to close proximity to job centers.

Before you get confused and worry about this and that, suggest rent to settled down first. ... more
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Sun Oct 26, 2014
Brett Caviness answered:
we have seen prices in the area stabilize a bit as we head into the final quarter of the year. however, prices have continued to climb
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Sun Mar 23, 2014
Bryan Sweeley answered:
Prices for Condos and Townhomes in Palo Alto have appreciated on average 6.6% per year over the past 17 years. I expect appreciation rates to be in the 6-8% range over the next couple of years. I publish extensive charts on prices at www.SiliconValleyMLS.info/palo-alto-homes/condos

Prices for single family residences have risen dramatically over the past 2 years and are expected to continue this year. Palo Alto is the epicenter of money flowing in from China, which is making the Palo Alto market the hottest in the area.

As to Rickey Way, these are almost new Townhomes that are very desirable with their modern finishes and contemporary styles. Location close to Facebook, Google and other high-tech companies should ensure continued long-term demand.
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Sun Nov 17, 2013
Alex Comsa answered:
Lorraine:

My office is based in Menlo and I live in PA. I could definitely help you with your search.
Please call when you have a min or drop me an email: alex at comsagroup.com


Thanks,
Alex Comsa
650-847-7222
Intero Prestigio - Menlo Park
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Wed Nov 6, 2013
JR Thrasher answered:
No, especially if there is no outside access from the basement.

J.R. Thrasher
www.SanDiegoRealEstateVeterans.com
619-929-0105
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Tue Nov 5, 2013
John King answered:
Yes. I have a client who would consider selling his duplex near downtown Mountain View. Please contact me at 650-483-2710.
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Stephanie Hart answered:
You should have a form titled WPA with your purchase contract. It will state who is responsible for the Section 1/ Section 2 work in CA.
Most often the seller pays for section 1, buyer Section 2. However many different terms can be written in the WPA. For condos, when I'm the listing agent, I get interior only reports. That is all my seller is responsible for (walls in no attic space). As everyone else already, walls-out is the responsibility of the HOA (usually).
Definitely ask your agent. I'm sure they will be able to better understand your particular situation.
Stephanie Hart
Broker Associate
Forecast Realty
310-918-6856
www.hartssellsouthbay.com
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Fri Jan 30, 2009
Jster answered:
MK, you're right on target. Even if Nasdaq and the economy rebound, lending is not going to become as loose as it was during the bubble. With the government exerting its will on the banks in the wake of the bailout and widespread realization that loose credit was the chief culprit in causing the recession, we just simply will not return to the days of liar loans, 0% down, interest-only loans, and so on. That alone means that buying power cannot return to the halcyon days of 2006-07.

But Nasdaq and the economy are not rebounding now. So prices will almost certainly drop further.
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