The foreclosure figures continue to drop which points to a stabilizing market. In November of 2012 1 in every 433 housing units found itself in foreclosure in the 94544 zip code. That number is 1 in every 709 housing units. Equity is up and more traditional sales have found themselves back in vogue. The Fairway Park Area is a sought after area in Hayward, let me know when you are ready to sell and cash in on the rise in values, the spring home selling season is here…
This home is a great opportunity to own in Los Banos. 831 Mesa Court is a two story home located on a large lot. This home is set up for backyard entertaining including a covered patio. The kitchen has many upgrades including stainless steel range, granite counter tops, and tile backsplash. The master suite is located downstairs with 2 bedrooms and a loft space considered a 4th bedroom on county records. The master bathroom is missing sink and shower, but all the better to make your own! Contact me with any questions about this great opportunity in Los Banos.
Here’s are some updated foreclosures numbers courtesy of RealtyTrac.com for Alameda County for the month of September.
Here’s are some updated foreclosures numbers courtesy of RealtyTrac.com for Alameda County for the month of August.
This new listing located at 421 Bethell Drive is great looking home. This single story home is open spaced and large. The master suite is spacious and is away from the living room and kitchen for great privacy. Mountain House is a great community with highly rated schools and a recent ground breaking on a new high school. For a viewing contact me via this page and let’s make this one your home!
This stylish Fairway Park area home can be your next home. It is a 3 bedroom 2 bath home and is listed at 1449 square feet. This home boasts of a backyard made for entertaining. Open house dates are scheduled for 6/16/12 from 3-5p.m. and 6/17/12 from 2-4p.m. If you are looking for a home in the South Hayward area you don’t want to miss this one…
I was doing some research on foreclosures and stats and I found some interesting numbers I wanted to share. Here’s a breakdown of cities in Santa Clara for Foreclosure filings in April 2012:
- Campbell 23 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 844 housing units
- Cupertino 4 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 5508 housing units
- Gilroy 53 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 333 housing units
- Los Altos 6 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 2610 housing units
- Los Gatos 18 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 904 housing units
- Milpitas 31 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 641 housing units
- Morgan Hill 43 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 363 housing units
- Mountain View 15 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 2269 housing units
- Palo Alto 27 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 1256 housing units
- San Martin 6 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 326 housing units
- San Jose 601 Foreclosure Properties/ 1 in every 536 housing units
- Santa Clara 53 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 847 housing units
- Saratoga 4 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 2845 housing units
- Sunnyvale 34 Foreclosure Properties/1 in every 1645 housing units
This information is from www.Realtytrac.com and provides solid numbers on foreclosure filings in Santa Clara County. There is talk of foreclosures to be soon on the rise. When the May numbers are released we can monitor month to month if that trend is on the rise or decrease. I’ll update on this blog once those numbers area available.
First I’d like to start by saying how thankful my family and I are to all of the troops who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for this country and our freedoms. All of us know, have known, or will know somebody who is in the military and we can all relate…
As for some of the freedoms that have been afforded by the service men and women that is the turn my weekend took. My brother graduated San Jose State and is off to more school in the Pharmaceutical Studies field in Southern California. It was great to see all of my family and I really enjoyed getting together. My parents had a taquero (guy who comes to your home and makes tacos) and a full bar. There were interesting stories spun by family members, and I’m not sure all were true…
Sunday started a little slow, I’m sure you can guess why… My wife, two sons, and myself went to a pancake house in Fremont. My wife swears by the banana pancakes at the Original Pancake House in Fremont. After the sugar overload I attempted to rest when we got home. My two boys then decided it was baseball time and dragged me off of the couch to play some ball. After an hour of joining in on some baseball I was able to convince them they had enough. We then got ready for our local little league’s Movie night. It’s always a great night out with hot dogs, popcorn, and drinks provided by the league as we watch a baseball movie outdoors on one of our fields. It does get cold, but somehow we always make it through and enjoy the time with our little league family.
Graduation, little baseball, and even the work I will do today are all afforded by our troops that have served in our military to preserve all that is good about this country of ours. I am a thankful individual for all you do and sacrifice for people you do not even know.
In Memory of our fallen troops, enjoy your Memorial Day…