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OPEN HOUSE Sat/Sun 1:00-4:00pm 1002 Spencer Ave WILLOW GLEN
OFFERED at $800,000 – Contemporary designed 1002 Spencer Avenue, San Jose CA, located in
the exquisite tree-lined town of Willow Glen. This wonderful home and great neighborhood beckons to your call. CLICK HERE for more information about this GREAT property!
OPEN HOUSE Sat/Sun 1:00-4:00pm 1002 Spencer Ave, San Jose CA – in the wonderful town of WILLOW GLEN!
Silicon Valley homes replacing lawns with California Native Succulents
Yesterday, 03.24.2015, San Jose Mercury News writer Eric Kurhi reported that the Santa Clara Valley Water District is proposing reducing water use by 30 percent and limited watering of lawns to twice a week.
Though Gov. Jerry Brown announced new conservation rules last week to help cope with the four-year dry spell, the water district’s latest push is more of a reaction to a new analysis that showed above-average seasonal rains haven’t done much to bolster Silicon Valley’s groundwater reserves.
Many homeowners are coping by letting their lawns die and replacing the landscaping with succulents and water-wise California native plants. Consider lawn alternatives, such as hardy ground covers, decks, patios, containers, ornamental grasses or cut-flower gardens. Continue reading
PAINT is the # 1 Best RETURN on Investment to Prepare your Home FOR SALE in Silicon Valley
The Number #1 return on your investment, today, is painting your home prior to marketing it For Sale in Silicon Valley. Yellow accent against grey is “in.”
The 50’s design schemes were gold and green. Today, the Buyers actively out canvasing for homes love freshly painted rooms, however, choose your hues wisely because the “right” color can make all the difference. Today’s neutrals are in the grey shades, which enhance blue, yellow, black, charcoal, white, pink, pumpkin, orange furniture and accessories.
One of my favorite pastimes is visiting New Home developments to observe new design trends and color schemes. We are seeing less and less of “beige” and “tan” interior paint tones, and more “grey” tones that reflect soft mauve and grey-purple hues.
Grey is the “New Beige” If you are seeking inspiration and more ideas, please visit C.B.I.D. HOME DECOR and DESIGN for examples of great color tones and paint recommendations.
N.Y. investors snap up San Francisco’s sprawling Parkmerced complex
Courtesy Marlize van Romburgh
N.Y. investors snap up San Francisco’s sprawling Parkmerced complex 152-acres. Plans for redeveloping to 8,900 units.
A group of New York investors has purchased a majority stake in Parkmerced, the sprawling housing complex on San Francisco’s West Side that is slated for a multibillion-dollar revitalization, in a deal that values the property at more than $1.3 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The property currently has 3,221 units. Plans call for redeveloping it into 8,900 units, with a groundbreaking slated for 2015 or 2016. Parkmerced is located in one of the city’s less-dense neighborhoods, an appealing fact for developers as rents and demand soar.
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June home prices recover pre-crash peaks in much of Bay Area
Courtesy Pete Carey San Jose Mercury News, July 16, 2014
Soaring single-family home prices in much of the Bay Area are near or above pre-crash peaks — and topped $1 million in San Francisco for the second month in a row — according to a report released Wednesday.
The median sale price of single-family homes sold in June in the nine-county Bay Area was only 8.6 percent off a 2007 peak of $675,000, according to the real estate information service DataQuick.
“The Bay Area is leading the way in price recovery and has for a couple years now, because it’s seen relatively strong job growth,” said Andrew LePage of DataQuick.
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