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Quality of Life in Santa Clara County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri May 19, 2017
Jajamezsz answered:
it's not garlic, but may be manure or pesticides
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Mon Jun 27, 2016
Rosaeee asked:
This is for 1064 sqft 3 bed 1 bath single family home. There is no master room. The current bathroom is 5 x 9 approximately, only next to a 9 x 9 bedroom (closet not included) and living…
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Thu Apr 28, 2016
j-hardman answered:
Zillo has my house yesterday (April 2016) at $7,995,000. Good luck buying a house now. Oh yes, in stinky Milpitas (LOL).
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Thu Jan 14, 2016
Ellie Haynes answered:
I am a 78-year-old woman who is SO thankful to have been raised in Willow Glen. I attended Edwin Markham Junior High, Willow Glen High, and spent wonderful Friday nights and Saturday matinees at the Garden Theatre.

I LOVE WILLOW GLEN !!!

Now my daughter lives in Willow Glen, about 2 blocks away from my childhood home. We are both blessed.












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Sat Dec 5, 2015
j-hardman answered:
Milford Village is the area to buy a house. It is the area in Milpitas with Yosemite to the south, Calaveras to the north, Carnegie to the west, and Temple to the east. I've spent many years here and have enjoyed it. An occasional bad neighbor has been the only problem. ... more
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Sun Jul 19, 2015
Josh Barnett answered:
How often have you ended up getting one over the last 8 years?
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Sat Apr 18, 2015
j-hardman answered:
Moving the Landfill is impossible. Even if they prevent growth the so-called odor will be there.
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Sat Feb 14, 2015
Pat Kapowich answered:
Sunnyvale is my hometown. My parents moved here in 1960 for the weather, location and quality of life. It is considered one of the best-run cities in Silicon Valley. Rents are high in Silicon Valley. Your Art Institute should give you some guidance on housing options. If not, we have some of the best property managers and apartment communities in The Valley. ... more
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Wed Jul 2, 2014
Terri Vellios answered:
It's been nearly 3 years, did you eventually buy a home? If so where and do tell what your deciding factor was.
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Sat Jun 21, 2014
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Fri Jun 13, 2014
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Wed May 28, 2014
Julie Wyss answered:
We have so many wonderful cities to choose from but some will price most people out of the market.

Of them all, Campbell is a great and fairly place to live. Great schools*, centrally located, low crime, and a small town, community feel. As with most towns, there are areas that are more desirable than others. The neighborhood in between Leigh, Campbell Ave, Meridian and Curtner is very nice and gives you access to the distinguished Cambrian School District*. ... more
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Fri May 16, 2014
Sam Shueh answered:
Welcome to Garlic capitol of America.
Some is fertilizer used.....

Christopher brother farm.
McCormick spice along 152 west.
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Fri Dec 20, 2013
Mike Kenyon answered:
Find a Realtor and have them sit down with you to find out exactly what you are looking at.
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Fri Dec 20, 2013
Mike Kenyon answered:
I was born and raised in the area and just find it so unique. I absolutely love the town feel with all the great amenities close by. In addition it is centrally located in the Bay Area and seems close to everything. ... more
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Fri Jun 14, 2013
Terri Vellios answered:
http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/catenant.pdf

Please refer the law of California regarding tenancy.
Hopefully this resource will give you some guidance.
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Thu May 16, 2013
Grace Hanamoto answered:
Hi Chi-hua:

Interesting that you should cite the plane noise. Most of my clients are more concerned about the noise from the freeway (280) rather than that of noise from planes, and--believe it or not--there is a lot less noise from planes with the reduced activity from Moffett Field. I hardly hear planes or jets, as much as I did in the past.

As for quieter sections of Los Altos, I've noticed that the further I get toward Palo Alto (in the hills), the more the noise from other sources (freeway or planes) seem to be noticeable. I believe this is due to the topography of the area (more rolling foothills and less densely wooded areas) allowing for less difussion of sound. I don't seem to hear as much noise from planes or freeway along, say, Magdalena or the areas behind Foothill College, but there are many other areas that are equally as quiet in Los Altos and Palo Alto.

If noise is a factor in your buying decision, it's best to take the time to visit the home as many times as possible to hear noise in the morning, during the day, afternoon and in the evening. This will also help you understand traffic patterns in the area as well as parking and commute issues that may impact your decision to buy a home.

And, most importantly, work with a great agent to help you find a home and to ferret out any peculiarities of the property that might cause you concern after purchase.

Good luck!
Grace Morioka
Allison James Estates & Homes
Tel (408) 426-1616
Buyer Rebates to 1.5% of the Purchase Price of the Home and Low Cost Listings to Sellers
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Travis Jackson answered:
I would say around $3,200 . I rented a 3 bedroom 2 Bath Duplex for $2,500 in 95051 earlier this year and it didn't even have Cupertino Schools.

Travis Jackson
Century 21 M & M Associates
DRE#01879566 http://www.408RealEstate.com
tjackson@c21mm.com
(408) 316-5954
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