san mateo county short sales: Are San Mateo County Short Sales Still a Bargain in 2013? - 11/25/13 03:58 AM
The short answer to the question are San Mateo County short sale single family homes still a bargain in 2013 is NO.

This is a chart of all the single family San Mateo County short sales sold in in 2013. Of the 73 single family short sales the average sales price vs list price was over asking every month this year. This is very similar to the sales of traditional resale homes in San Mateo County.

There were 89 condos/town homes that were San Mateo County short sales and sold in 2013. The average sale price was over list price in every … (1 comments)

san mateo county short sales: San Mateo County short Sale/ Foreclosure Update 2013 First Quarter - 04/04/13 06:35 AM
Looking for a distressed property in San Mateo County? Don't hold your breath. San Mateo County has very few short sales or bank owned properties this year. Here are the numbers:
Number of San Mateo County homes for sale (single family and condos):  589
Active San Mateo County Short Sales:  19
Percentage of San Mateo County homes for sale that are short sales: 3.2%
Active San Mateo County foreclosures: 16
Percentage of San Mateo County homes for sale that are foreclosures: 2.7%
Percentage of total San Mateo County distressed sales: 5.9%
This is not enough to have any effect on total home values. Many … (0 comments)

san mateo county short sales: San Mateo County: 2012 Short Sale and Foreclosure Roundup - 12/26/12 10:00 AM
As the year comes to a close you may be wondering what the foreclosure and short sale market looks like in San Mateo Clara County. In a word, things are pretty quiet. The numbers of sales are down. Here is what it looks like:

Closed sales from June 1,2012 to Dec 26, 2012:  
 
Bank owned: 259
Short Sales: 509
 
Compared to the first 6 months of 2012:
 
Bank owned: 387
Short sales: 462
 
Current Active Sales:
Bank Owned:  17
Short Sales: 22
 
Current Pending Sales:
Bank Owned: 44
Short Sales: 310
 
As you can see … (0 comments)

san mateo county short sales: Redwood City Short Sale Closed, Most Challenging I Ever Had - 09/09/12 06:34 AM
I finally closed a Redwood City short sale that started in Sept of 2011. Yes, one year for a short sale. What was the problem? Let me count down just the top 10.
10. The sellers asked another agent in my office to sell this home as a short sale but this wonderful agent had never listed a short sale before. She asked me to help her, but by the time she did they were 2 weeks from the trustee sale date and the sellers were sitting on a perfectly good offer they thought was too low.
9. There was a … (1 comments)

san mateo county short sales: My Contribution to Shoring Up The Values of Foreclosed/ Short Sale Homes In The Bay Area Distressed Property House Sitters - 10/05/10 07:53 AM

( This post is only partially in jest and partially serious )  
While places in the Bay area  like Palo Alto and Menlo Park only have a few foreclosures, other cities like San Jose or Daly City can have up to 10% of the homes for sale foreclosed, and 30% can be short sales at any given time.  The foreclosed homes are generally vacant, and some of the short sales are also.  The problem with this is that the longer a home is vacant and not maintained because either the owner is a bank or has no money, as in a … (0 comments)

 
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