Thanks for your question. To be frank, there's not (to my knowledge) any requirement by any city to remove a tree from a property when building. More often, the city requi ... more
One needs to be weary. Here is why, lets say down the road you need to do an addition or
do Permit related work, and should the Permit Inspector enter your home and noti ... more
It is one of the best areas to be living in.
You will really enjoy living around there.
http://www ... more
ABAG (association of bay area governments) has set aggr ... more
The others are correct. Empty land is scarce here, so new communities will almost certainly be densely packed. Even if they did build single-family, most likely they will b ... more
Generally fall is the time to get the lowe ... more
Different complexes have different sale price ratios for the resale value for 3rd floor with vaulted ceiling but no elevator vs. 1st floor. No need to guess. The hard ... more
Here's the link from the City of Sunnyvale:
http://sunnyvale.ca.gov/Portals/0/Sunnyvale/CDD/Residential/Developments/Residential%20Zoning%20Standards%20-%20FINAL.pdf ... more
http://sunnyvale.ca.gov/Portals/0/Sunnyvale/CDD/Residential/Developments/Residential%20Zoning%20Standards%20-%20FI ... more
2. Ortega Park
4. Cherry Chase
I live in sunnyvale!
All of the responses you have received are right on. However, there is another option. Manufactured homes. There are many high quality homes available for under $200, ... more
Thanks for your post. As my good friend Marcy Moyer pointed out, it's land--rather than structures--that really gain in value. Thus, even as other Realtors pointed out, the ... more