I’m hosting an Open House on Saturday, 3/4/17 from 1-4 PM. Warm chocolate chip cookies and a remarkable home wait you.
This Stone Bridge built, 5 bd., 3 bth. 3 car garage and 2,650 sq. ft. of living space is a “turn-key” home. Seriously, it is not only move in ready it is freshly maintained.
Here are some pictures. A VIDEO Tour will be launched Fri. afternoon.
I hope to see you on Saturday.
This VIDEO Tour of 766 Avenida Del Piero in San Juan Bautista turned out really well. It is a gorgeous executive home which sits on a professionally landscaped , half acre and is bordered by a 510 acre Agricultural Land Trust. It offers 3 good size bedrooms and a nice office, 2.5 bathrooms and a finished, 3 car garage and 3,415 sq. ft. of living space. Travertine tile and plush carpet, 10′ & 12′ ceilings, recessed lighting and remarkable views out every window makes this home very desirable. It is an entertainer’s dream.
The good news is that it was available for you to buy.
The bad news: we received multiple offers, it sold over the asking price and sold in just a couple of days. People from many different areas were calling about the home. One gentlemen was going to drive down from Oregon (a 6 hr. drive) to buy it. He had seen the VIDEO Tour and wanted the home. However, to each all I had to offer was a different listing I am working on, in that same community, which should be on the market in a couple of weeks.
This has become my good news, bad news experience: with a nicely staged home and great marketing materials my listings sell quickly and typically for more than the owners asked. I’m becoming more comfortable with: “Sorry, it went quickly, however, I’m will have another listing in that same subdivision. Would you like me to send you it’s information?
This VIDEO Tour of a nice home on a tree lined lane in Willow Glen, San Jose just makes you want to be there.
1817 Comstock Ln., is a turn-key, 6 bed. 3.5 bath home in the Doerr Park neighborhood. It has the pool club, sizable tree studded park and a dog park – all within a short walk from here.
Significant, silicon valley employers are a short drive away as is the San Jose airport, Westfield’s Valley Fair shopping, Santana Row, the Tech museum and so many venues are near by. And the schools: Cambrian Elem. & Branham H.S.!
Text, email or call me for your own, personal tour of this home. It has a full master suite down stairs and another upstairs. There is slab granite and Corian counter tops, marble floors, tile, hardwood floors, 5 burner gas stove in a functional kitchen island etc. There are just too many features to mention here. The seller is offering it for $1,399,800.
Watch the VIDEO Tour here, of 2141 Calistoga Dr. in Hollister. It will be like walking thru this comfortable home.
This single story house offers 4 bdrms & 2 baths on a raised foundation and has a good size, 3 car garage.
What a great location too: directly behind this house is 102 acres of grazing land and an unobstructed view of the Diablo Mtn. Range; a short walk takes you to the much sought after “Cerra Vista Elementary School”; the school has a large park the neighborhood enjoys; at the end of Calistoga Dr. is the popular ‘Whale Park’ with its water features, playground equipment and benches; a little over a mile away is “Ridgemark Golf & Country Club”; 15 min. or so takes you to the popular “Hollister Hills” offroad vehicle state park and, 20 min. north of this home is Gilroy Premium Outlets, big box shopping and CalTrains for an easy commute.
By definition 2141 Calistoga Dr. is a “turn-key” home: freshly painted inside and brand new carpet allows you to move right in and enjoy.
After watching the VIDEO Tour contact me for your own, personal tour. You can text, email or call me with your best time to see it.
Here is a rare find: a large home for sale in the “Doerr Park” neighborhood in charming Willow Glen, San Jose. Its close proximity to major employers makes for a short commute. Watch this VIDEO Tour and then text, email or call me for your personal tour.
1817 Comstock Lane is a ‘Turn-key’, home featuring 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and over 2,600 sq. ft. of living space. It sits on a quiet, tree lined lane. There are two, full master suites. The downstairs master suite has a nicely furnished full bath and, a gas fireplace sitting area. The kitchen has all of the conveniences: 5 burner gas stove, double ovens and a bun warmer, dishwasher, trash compactor, reverse osmosis water purifier and lots of cabinets. It has recessed lights and under the cabinet lighting. There are plantation shutters, double pane, vinyl windows, crown molding, hardwood floors and much more.
The garage also has several cabinets and a finished floor.
There are many other features to discover. For example, the highly rated schools and recreational facilities adds to the value of this nice home. You will be able to see them in this VIDEO Tour.
I look forward to your comments.
Media are so invested in ‘reporting’ sensational news that often, stories are made out of nothing. For example, all of the major networks this week have reported a “hike” in interest rates – as if that was news worthy.
First of all, a “hike” in the woods is typically a big deal. A “hike”can also refer to down hill movement. So that choice of words is used out of the media’s numb mindset of “breaking news” and “shocking developments“. A more appropriate word to describe an interest rate increase would be “adjustment” as in, “interest rate adjustment“. Our speech patterns however, have gotten lazier so saying a 3-syllable word like “adjustment” might be too much work for media-types.
Consider the truth about an interest rate increase. If you get a home loan of $424,000 at 4.5% interest rate for a 30 yr. loan, your monthly principle and interest payment will be $2,085.83. Last month, that loan might have only cost 4.25% with a payment of $2,085.83. The total difference in this “shocking development” is $62.50/mth. That’s it. And, that slight upward adjustment translates into $178 more gross pay per month needed to qualify for the 4.5% loan. No big deal (NBD) – right?
Having said this, in a season of increasing interest rates, there is no value in waiting for better rates. The slight adjustment in payments pails in comparison to typical appreciation of the home’s value. Just a 5% increase in our example home’s value would be $2,208/mth (annualized). So, don’t procrastinate buying or refinancing a home rationalizing to yourself, “I’ll wait until the rates go back down”.
In about 2 weeks 2141 Calistoga Dr., Hollister, will go on the open market for sale. When it does this 1,820 sq. ff. home won’t last long. We’re pricing it to sell quickly.
This nice house will be freshly painted, new carpeting, and a refinished hardwood floor entry. Unlike the new homes being built, the home sits on a raised foundation, has a remarkable view of the acres immediately behind it, the foothills beyond. and reasonable side yard space. Likewise, 2141 Calistoga has a cozy fireplace in the family room – many of the new homes near hear don’t have a fireplace.
If you would like to see this nice house before the open public does, text, email or call me. I will arrange a tour of it for you.
To find a home in the “Doerr Park” area of Willow Glen (San Jose, CA) for sale is a rare event. Here you go: “Coming Soon” : 1817 Comstock Lane has 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths in nearly 2.600 sq. ft of living space. There is marble, tile, granite, recessed lighting, crown molding, real wood floors, finished garage floor and too many other comfortable features to list.
This location is very near world renowned employers and the commute is minimal.
Then, when you consider that this home is in the “Cambrian School District” and that ownership of this home provides membership in the Doerr Park recreational facilities, you have a rare find.
We may be going on the open market in the next few weeks. Text, email or call me for more details.
Here are 5 questions you want to explore BEFORE you decide to have solar panels put on your roof:
1. How much will you save in your monthly electric bill over, say 5 years by installing solar? Consider this total vs. the typical 20 yr loan offered for purchase of a system.
2. Will the remaining balance on your solar purchase/lease be transferable when you go to sell your home?
3. IF it is, will it be a ‘seller’s market’ (more buyers than homes for sale)? Or, will it be a ‘buyer’s market’ (plenty of homes to choose from vs. the fewer number of buyers)?
4. Considering the speed of technological advancements, when you go to sell your home in the future, will your solar system be antiquated?
5. Who is responsible for the integrity of the roof where the solar panels are installed? For how long?
This year I have had to inform more than one home owner that their solar system loan/lease balance will have to be paid for by them. Buyers seem to consider the value of a solar system equal to about 2 years worth of electric bill savings. In my last 2 listings with solar panels, the sellers had to pay their remaining solar loan balance of $18,000 and $22,000 respectfully.
Do you know of a happier solar-seller situation? Please share it.
I’m hosting an Open House on the gorgeous home. Watch this VIDEO Tour of it and you will see what I mean. Open Sat..7/30/16 from 2-4.
4 large bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2,352 sq. foot of living space and a refreshing pool/spa in the backyard.
Located in ‘Blossom Valley’ 4475 Park Sommers Way, San Jose, there are so many wonderful venues. Again, they are mentioned in the VIDEO Tour.
Why not stop by for some chocolate chip cookies and see for yourself how refreshed this wonderful home is.
Or, text, email or call me for your own, personal tour.