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Md, Both Buyer and Seller in San Ramon, CA

How does the Saville Plan 4 relate to the Campton Plan 1 as far as price? Recent Sales Information?

Asked by Md, San Ramon, CA Thu May 22, 2008

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I would like to hear more on these type of questions. These type of questions really helps in deciding the best home.
2 votes Thank Flag Link Sat May 24, 2008
I am actually looking for a home in these communities. Which are the only houses seems to be in my price range with decent size. But unable to judge which one is well located and good for the price. Campton seems to be few bucks costlier than Saville for the extra size. Apart from that Saville 4 and Campton Plan 1 are comparable with price? or any one of them has any advantage over. I am new to this area and trying to find out more details before going with an agent. I have a agent here in San jose, but don't think he is upto date with the data in San Ramon. I only hear they ar expensive, and we can go, if you want. I am thinking of getting a local agent or one who has more knowledge in that area, and ofcoyurse works with the best interest of me, to get the better deal.Please advice. I have checked the Paloma, but seems they are little expensive compared to Campton or Saville. Their listing price is similar, but these guys have more incentive I guess. But I know Paloma has bigger floor plans. I liked the floor plans from Campton and Saville better...
Please provide me some insight to get an understanding of these communities. And approximately what price range I can get the home.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun May 25, 2008
And bottomline is that, that is only information realtor has more than what you can find your own. If anyone spends time, all latest sold home information is available online.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun May 25, 2008
Everybody is interested in Business only. Seems no body likes to share the information.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun May 25, 2008
We've been to Campton some time in May and as soon as we walked in to the office and picked up the flyer the sale manager immediately told that there are incentives of 120k off the asking price on a a certain model which would take it from high 900s to mid 800s. It was even marked in pencil on some of the flyers. We didn't even start asking questions she already mentioned the reduction in price. I'm not sure if they were having specials that weekend or what...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 7, 2008

As lovebayarea pointed out, you can find a lot of info on the web. You have to decide what floor plan you lik and then go after it. Brookfiled is a good builder and it does not hurt if you make a offer to them.

I would suggest you drive around the community look for "for sales" home and see how are they price wise. Also you can google the address of the new home that closed in the last couple of months and you should be able to find the selling price or better yet you can go to the county office to get the accurate number. Its all public info.

As far as which one is better-it all depends on your needs. If you do your homework right you wont need an agent.

we got tired of looking for a agent and are doing it solo. Take care and donto rush and take your time..its a buyers market.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue May 27, 2008
no answers? any information would be helpful.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue May 27, 2008
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