sunnyvale real estate agent: Sunnyvale Home With Homestead High School - 03/17/15 01:39 AM

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sunnyvale real estate agent: How Much To Offer on a Sunnyvale Home With Multiple Offers - 03/08/15 12:21 AM

The real estate market for Sunnyvale town homes and condos for sale is pretty crazy right now. There are hundreds of new town homes springing up for sale in the eastern part of Sunnyvale but even so, the resale market is still on fire for sellers in Sunnyvale. Normally, if there is a lot of new construction the resale homes with suffer. This is not the case in Sunnyvale. The demand for homes has so far out paced the town homes available for sale in Sunnyvale that prices continue to appreciate and buyers need to offer more than list price … (2 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: Some Of The Many Ways A Lender Can Derail Buying Your Sunnyvale Home - 09/06/14 05:53 AM

Buying a home in Sunnyvale is not easy. There has never been more competition and other very qualified buyers. Prices are at historic highs and inventory at historic lows. Decisions must be made quickly and very often in a multiple offer situation if the Sunnyvale home buyer asks for a contingency for anything they will most likely not be the winning bid.
Making a non contingent bid on a Sunnyvale home is risky, especially if you need for the home to appraise because your down payment is only 20%. In fact, I do not recommend that anyone take that chance. … (1 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: Sunnyvale Ca Adorable Condo Open Sat/Sun April 5/6 1:30-4:30 - 04/04/14 12:48 AM
 
 
 
 
 
            
 
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sunnyvale real estate agent: How Much Over List Price Are Sunnyvale Condos Selling for in 2014? - 03/26/14 12:21 AM

Anyone trying to buy a condo in Sunnyvale right now knows that it is tough out there. There are many more buyers than sellers and many Sunnyvale Condos sell with multiple offers way over list price. Some homes go as much as 30% over asking, but some do not. How does a buyer make the decision about how much to offer to have the winning bid in a Sunnyvale condo multiple offer situation and not overpay? The answer is not simple, and sometimes it is not a question of price, but terms, like contingencies, length of escrow, length of rent back, etc.   But … (0 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: Why Dec 26 Is a Great Time To List Your Sunnyvale Home - 12/01/13 01:01 AM
I know what you are thinking, I am going to wait till after the first of the year or the spring to sell my Sunnyvale home. It would be stupid to list a home during the holidays, no one does that. Or no one is looking for a home during the holidays. 

I need to respectfully disagree with those sentiments. I believe December is a great month to sell a home in Sunnyvale, especially right after Christmas.
Here are the reasons I think selling  a Sunnyvale home on Dec 26th this year is a great idea.
1. The inventory has never been lower. As … (1 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: Sunnyvale Community Players - 10/08/13 07:25 AM
Sunnyvale Community Players are a nonprofit theatre company.  They produce 4-5 shows every season that have specific cast requirements. The have productions for casts of Junior (8- 18 years old), Young Adult (13-26 years old), and Adult ( 18 years old and older).
I saw their first show of the season, Pippin.  The cast was obviously having a lot of fun and really putting their energy into the show. This made the audience glued in, which was great because there was a few numbers that asked for audience participation. The production used the alternate ending, which Stephen Shwartz, the lyricist and … (0 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: How Much Should I Offer For That Sunnyvale Ca. Town Home or Condo? - 06/16/13 07:43 AM

The real estate market for Sunnyvale town homes and condos for sale is pretty crazy right now. There are hundreds of new town homes springing up for sale in the eastern part of Sunnyvale but even so, the resale market is still on fire for sellers in Sunnyvale. Normally, if there is a lot of new construction the resale homes with suffer. This is not the case in Sunnyvale. The demand for homes has so far out paced the town homes available for sale in Sunnyvale that prices continue to appreciate and buyers need to offer more than list price … (0 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: Is This A Good Time to Sell a Condo or Town Home in Sunnyvale? - 12/31/12 08:27 AM
Is this a good time to sell your Sunnyvale Condo or Town Home? The answer is YES YES YES YES YES!!!!!! I can not stress this enough. If you have a condo or town home in Sunnyvale you are thinking of selling, don't hesitate! The market is screaming for you to get it done, now.
There are currently 3 town homes/condos on the market in Sunnyvale. I did not forget a zero. 3. In a seller's market there would generally be 40-50 units for sale. In a buyer's market you need to have over 90 units for sale. 3 is so … (0 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: New listing: Sunnyvale 4 Plex - 05/25/12 05:16 AM
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sunnyvale real estate agent: Sunnyvale Townhome Open this Saturday, 1-4PM - 05/25/12 03:43 AM
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sunnyvale real estate agent: Does Sunnyvale Win for Having the Most Variety in School Districts? - 05/14/12 01:31 PM
Many cites in the Silicon Valley have multipe school districts that the homes feed into, but I think Sunnyvale wins for the most variety.  All of these combinations are possible:
1. Sunnyvale with Sunnyvale Schools
2. Sunnyvale with Cupertino Schools
3. Sunnyvale with Santa Clara Schools
Within these districts there are numerous combinations of Middle Schools and High Schools
So, with Sunnyvale with Sunnyvale Schools there are 2 possible middle schools: Columbia or Sunnyvale. Columbia covers the eastern part of Sunnyvale and Sunnyvale Middle the western portion.
High Schools for Sunnyvale elementary schools are either Fremont High or Homestead High.
Ok, … (0 comments)

sunnyvale real estate agent: Should I Buy Big or Small Home in Sunnyvale - 10/27/11 10:57 AM
Many buyers face the question should I buy smaller than I can afford or a larger home that I can afford but is at the higher end of what I can afford. the answer to this is complex and very personal but here are some things to consider:
If I buy smaller:
1. More affordable so better cash flow and safer if unexpected bills or income decreases occur
2. Less money for utilities
3. May have to move sooner if family grows
 
If I buy larger:
1. More expensive so riskier for cash flow
2. More money for utilities
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