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Moving in Pleasanton : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 10, 2015
Lisaburgess answered:
Hi, we are also currently in the process of moving from the UK to Pleasanton but we are finding it difficult to find a house top rent in the school areas which allows a small dog!!
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Wed Dec 24, 2014
Susie Kay answered:
Pleasanton, in fact the Tri Valley area, is a wonderful place to live. It's more expensive then Antioch, though!

I would suggest that you work with a local realtor to help you. Good luck! ... more
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Thu Aug 23, 2012
Joanna Jensen answered:
Hi my husband did this commute for a few years. There is a lot of traffic comming up the 680 by Milpitas. You may be looking at an hour each way depending on where your going in San Jose.

We live right off the freeway on 680 and Bernal but let me tell you Friday commute home is very bad!!!
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
Steven Ornellas answered:
Hi Thomas,

If you click on the link located below it will take you to a real-time “Pleasanton to San Francisco” Google map that estimates this commute with current traffic, which may or may not reflect reality based on when you actually start your commute:

Now, assuming you have a specific day/time in mind you can also obtain a historical estimate of commute time; here’s how:

1) In the upper right hand corner of the map Click "Traffic".
2) In the bottom left hand corner Click the "change" link right next to where it says "Live Traffic".
3) Next Click the "Traffic at day and time" button and set the day & time you want to check for your likely commute time.

I would take the "stress-free" option -- BART!

Carpooling has its advantages and disadvantages; however, if interested, you can check out the Carpool matching service under the “Go Green” link at the top of the website.

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