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Trends, insights, analysis, and random (and sometimes unrelated) thoughts about real estate in the East Bay and the Pleasanton/Dublin/San Ramon area.

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2010 

The real estate market in the neighborhood of Willow Creek in Dublin was a bit slow due to a small inventory of homes in the market. Demand, however, is high with homes selling rather quickly as soon as they are listed. The sole active listing in Willow Creek is listed at $699,000 or $271 per squ...
Posted over 3 years ago
Sales in Pleasanton’s Val Vista Neighborhood has been strong during the past six months, with a relatively high number of sales and inventory, although the homes have been staying in the market a bit longer compared to the first part of the year. There are more distressed properties now with 53%...
Posted over 3 years ago
  The real estate market in the neighborhood of Parkside in Pleasanton has been very quiet for the past six months, as it has been for the previous years, with no pending home sales or active listings. But as the saying goes, still waters run deep. This is actually an indicator that Parkside is a...
Posted over 3 years ago
The real estate market in Pleasanton has decreased activity in October, with only 37 closed home sales compared to 43 single family homes sold in September. Meanwhile, the average selling price of these homes went up to $780,000 in October from $729,000 the previous month. On the other hand, the ...
Posted over 3 years ago
October was a slow month for Danville, with only 24 single family homes sold down from 38 sales the previous month. While sales decreased, the average listing price went up to $862,500 from September’s $849,000. The average price per square foot, on the other hand, dropped to $317 from $331 durin...
Posted over 3 years ago
  October was a stagnant month for San Ramon with the same number of closed sales as September. 45 single family homes were sold at an average selling price of $702,000, a slight drop from September's $703,500. However, the price per square foot of these homes increased from  $314 in September to...
Posted over 3 years ago
October was a steady month for Dublin with 28 closed home sales, which stayed the same as last month. There was an increase, however, in the average selling price in October, with homes selling at an average of $629,500, or $285 per square foot, compared to only $573,875, or $272 per square foot ...
Posted over 3 years ago
The neighborhoods of Avignon, Bordeaux Estates, and Chateau in Pleasanton saw strong activity during the previous six months with 4 closed home sales compared to only 1 during the prior six month period. These four homes sold for 96% of the original asking price. Average selling price was $1,318,...
Posted over 3 years ago
In Pleasanton, the Ruby Hill neighborhood stayed incredibly active this month. Throughout the past six months, a total of 31 sales were closed in the neighborhood for single family detached homes.  This is in comparison to the 24 sales that were closed in the the six month period which preceded i...
Posted over 3 years ago
In Alamo, specifically, in the Roundhill Country Club Area, eight sales were closed throughout the past six months which enabled the neighborhood to show strong activity. This is contrary to only two sales which were closed for the entire duration of the preceding six month period. The sellers ha...
Posted over 3 years ago
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Trends, insights, analysis, and random (and sometimes unrelated) thoughts about real estate in the East Bay and the Pleasanton/Dublin/San Ramon area.