MONTEREY COUNTY

Capitola Why This Is a Great Year to Sell Your Vacation Home As vaccines are administered and travel resumes, many of us are beginning to plan for those long-awaited vacations we missed out on over the past year. Some households are focusing their efforts on buying a vacation home rather than staying in a hotel, too. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reports: “Second homes (i.e., homes sold to buyers […]
investors Determining Cash Flow By Using Rentometer – Lynne MacFarlane, Realtor [Video] I like to educate my clients and friends about what’s going on in the real estate market and depending on whether you’re a seller or buyer (or investor) I’ll give you the facts so you can make informed decisions. Several folks in the Bay Area are interested in buying in Monterey county. I thought I’d […]
MONTEREY COUNTY House Hunter In Royal Oaks – Country Living Under $800K! [Video] Want to live the country life but still be an hour away from Silicon Valley? $800K may seem like a lot of money, but here in Silicon Valley it’s difficult to find a single family home with acreage. Whether you’re from Santa Clara county, San Mateo county or Santa Cruz county, there has been a […]
Housing Market Strong Demand for Housing Continues Despite COVID Here’s the latest from MLSListings Silicon Valley and Coastal Regions – Single-Family Homes Market Overview The SF Bay Area real estate market continued to show its strength during July, even in the midst of the COVID19 pandemic. Median prices again rose across all five MLSListings counties compared to July 2019; the lowest gain was 7% […]
Economy Multi-Generational Housing On The Rise And Co-Living Arrangements In The SF Bay Area In recent years co-living has gained popularity not only in younger 20’s demographics, but attracting popularity for 50+ Boomer generation. Typically, seniors who opt for the co-living lifestyle as homeowners enjoy additional income from roommates and companionship! What’s the difference between Co-Living versus Co-Housing? In co-living people without family ties choose to cohabitate in a […]
Housing Market Are People Really Leaving San Francisco For The Suburbs? [Video]   Here’s my latest vlog post – I hope you and your family are doing well, staying healthy. One of the first trends that became evident when quarantines began was the large number of young professionals who had gone home to wait out the virus with their parents. Having left the cities where they work […]
Housing Market Market Report – June 16th, 2020 (Coming out of CVD19 dip as stats begin to normalize) Looking at today’s Santa Clara County inventory we’re seeing some ‘normalization’ as we are approaching mid-June. Looking locally at Santa Clara County, here’s a comparison of the last two years with this year’s Active and Pending listings. Blue indicates 2918 (which was a banner year, partially due to the low inventory), Orange indicated last year […]
Market Report SF Bay Area Real Estate Market Doesn’t Stop After Shelter-In-Place The San Francisco Bay Area real estate market had begun to rebound in the first two months of the year 2020, with strong buyer demand, often with multiple offers, after a flattening of prices in 2019. But the shelter-in-place (SIP) and stock market tumble caused by uncertainty of the pandemic slowed  listings and sales. Just […]
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