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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.
Courtesy Sunset Magazine – Water Wise Garden
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 →
Year-over-year we are seeing that both single family and condo/townhome markets are showing large swings in closed sales and median price. CLICK HERE for more data.
Silicon Valley Market Shows Sharp Year-Over-Year Median Price Increase
Single family home closed sales are down in Monterey and Santa Clara counties a small 2% and 3% respectively. While San Benito is up 6%, San Mateo is up 13% and Santa Cruz increased by 15%. Median prices for single family homes are up in all counties with the exception of San Benito with a small 1% drop. Monterey is up 6%, San Mateo is up with the highest jump of 18%, Santa Clara has a modest jump at 9% and Santa Cruz saw a 5% increase over Sept. 2013. Continue reading →