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July 2019 SANTA CLARA COUNTY STATS

By: Jeni Pfeiffer, Associate Broker, Realtor®

The Bay Area Real Estate currently has 2,126 ACTIVE Status units (available for sale) in the Santa Clara County. July 2019 recorded 1,238 Single Family, Condo and Town Home SALES ranging from $11,080,000 (543 Seale Avenue, Palo Alto 94301) to $330,000 (247 N Capitol Avenue,#227, San Jose 95127) with 26 Average DOM. The average price was $1,385,492 with 50% of the Sales selling between $700,000 – $1,300,000. Properties priced 10 – 15% below the height of 2018 prices are now selling. Over-priced properties are lingering on the market. Low mortgage interest rates, currently in the 3% range, are favoring Buyers.

Santa Clara County Real Estate_Photo Courtesy Jeni Pfeiffer

June 2019 SANTA CLARA COUNTY STATS

By: Jeni Pfeiffer, Associate Broker, Realtor®

The Bay Area Real Estate remains strong, with currently 2,212 units ACTIVE Status (available for sale) in the Santa Clara County. June 2019 recorded 1,366 Single Family, Condo and Town Home Sales ranging from $13,000,000 (232 Coleridge Avenue, Palo Alto 94301) to $340,000 (247 N Capitol Ave,#106, San Jose 95127) with 26 Average Days on Market DOM. 28% of the Sales were between $700,000 – $1,000,000. Properties priced according to the market, and in sought after areas, are still selling for over-asking price.By: Jeni Pfeiffer, Associate Broker, Realtor®The Bay Area Real Estate remains strong, with currently 2,212 units ACTIVE Status (available for sale) in the Santa Clara County. June 2019 recorded 1,366 Single Family, Condo and Town Home Sales ranging from $13,000,000 (232 Coleridge Avenue, Palo Alto 94301) to $340,000 (247 N Capitol Ave,#106, San Jose 95127) with 26 Average Days on Market DOM. 28% of the Sales were between $700,000 – $1,000,000. Properties priced according to the market, and in sought after areas, are still selling for over-asking price.

Realtor.com reports SAN JOSE Ranks #1 where Home Prices have fallen most

Realtor.com reports that SAN JOSE, CA ranks #1 where Home Prices have fallen the most, in their findings, dated May 20, 2019. Most recently, the real estate market has experenced a shortage of available homes for sale to balance the demand of Buyer’s needs. Combined with super low interest rates, the results were that the Bay Area housing sales prices escalated at record-breaking speed from years 2011-2018. This year has delivered a “cooling-off” phase, in some areas, such as San Jose, CA as prices have softened and inventory has increased.

Houses priced right are still selling quickly, and some “over-asking.” The market is relatively balanced, and favorable for both Buyers and Sellers. The mortgage interest rates are low and there are more homes to choose from.

Curious how other cities were rated? Read the Realtor.com report HERE: https://www.realtor.com/news/trends/2019-where-home-prices-falling-the-most/ “Falling Stars: You Won’t Believe the 10 Cities Where Home Prices Are Down the Most” for more information.

Jeni Pfeiffer, Broker Associate Realtor

408-813-4256

Silicon Valley Inventory and Real Estate Sales_September 2013

Just inSanta Clara County September 2013 Real Estate Statistics for: New Listings, Current Inventory, Closed Sales, Average Days on Market (DOM), Average Sales Price, Percentage of List Price Received, and the Total Sales Volume for  areas Cambrian, Campbell, Central San Jose, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Santa Clara, Saratoga, Sunnyvale and Willow Glen for both Single Family Residential Common Interest Development Properties.

Sept Real Estate Statistics_2013

Sept Real Estate Statistics_2013

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Note that most homes are selling, on average, at or above the list price. The median sales price ranges from $499,000 in Central San Jose to $1,900,000 in Saratoga for single family homes.

As always, please feel welcome to contact Jeni Pfeiffer at 408.813.4256 with any questions.