redwood city home sales: San Francisco Peninsula Home Report - What Can You Get for $600,000 in Redwood City? - 02/18/11 02:29 AM
Wende By The Bay examines the Redwood City housing market in the $600,000 price range.  If you have $600,000-$699,000 to buy a home on the San Francisco Peninsula, then Redwood City is a good place to look!Currently there are 21 homes* for sale in the $600,000’s, with 1261 Westwood Street at the top of the range, a short sale listed for $699,000 by Yoli Hurchanik of Coldwell Banker and located in the Sterling Heights area.  This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a family room and pool provides 1590 square feet of living space on a 6270 square foot lot.In the … (12 comments)

redwood city home sales: San Francisco Home Report: Wende’s Week at a Glance for 2/8 - 2/14/11 - 02/15/11 12:35 PM
The 6 select cities of the San Francisco Peninsula Home Report by WendeByTheBay - San Carlos, Redwood City, Woodside, Atherton, Menlo Park and Portola Valley - are experiencing an increase in real estate activity as evidenced by the 80* properties entering or reentering the market in the past 7 days.
Weighing in with 10 new listings for sale, ranging between $17,500,000 and $2,800,000, Atherton provided the highest priced home, 224 Park Lane, listed by Mary and Brent Gullixson of Alain Pinel Realtors for $17,500,000.  The custom built, 3+ year old home boasts 9,956 square feet in the main house with … (2 comments)

redwood city home sales: San Francisco Peninsula Home Report - What Can You Get for $725,000 in Redwood City? - 01/24/11 03:19 PM
Welcome to Redwood City, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Peninsula, home to some of the highest priced zip codes in the country.  As a veteran, local realtor I have often helped clients who are relocating here work through their sticker shock to find the home that will best suit their needs.  And as a local resident, I know that Redwood City is often the best place to start on the road to home ownership on the San Francisco Peninsula.  With its vivacious downtown, variety of inviting neighborhoods, proximity to San Francisco, San Jose and Half Moon Bay as … (0 comments)

redwood city home sales: Wende's Week at a Glance for San Mateo County Real Estate - 11/24/10 05:00 AM
Here's a quick look at the past 7 days of residential real estate activity in Wende’s 6 select San Mateo County cities – San Carlos, Redwood City, Woodside, Atherton, Menlo Park and Portola Valley.
 
With Thanksgiving upon us, the number of new listings slowed, as could be expected.  Signs of realistic seller pricing continue, as homes that are priced well are selling within a couple of weeks, while optimistically priced properties languish.
 
Real Estate Acitivity for the Past Week (11/16-11/23):
 

 
For information about specific homes for sale in all San Mateo County cities, go to WendebytheBay.com.
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redwood city home sales: Wende's Tour by the Bay for San Mateo County - 11/16/10 03:47 PM
Tuesday is the realtors' board tour day on the San Francisco Bay Peninsula in San Mateo County.   There seemed to be more new listings today than on last week's tour, and many of the properties were well priced. 

 
At the Top of the Tour is 1936 Whipple Avenue, Redwood City, MLS#81054242. a beautiful, newly constructed, Tuscan style home in Redwood City, priced at $1,840,000.  This property offers plenty of bells and whistles and a well laid out floor plan.  Situated in the Mount Carmel/Edgewood Park neighborhoods, this home offers 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and, according to the MLS, is … (3 comments)

redwood city home sales: Wende's Week at a Glance for San Mateo County Real Estate - 11/12/10 06:18 AM
Wende’s Week at a Glance

For the past week in San Carlos, Redwood City and Portola Valley the number of homes for sale increased slightly, while the number of for sale homes in Atherton, Woodside and  Menlo Park showed a slight decrease.
The number of new pending sales increased in San Carlos, Redwood City, Menlo Park and Portola Valley.
In all, there still are a limited number of properties currently for sale with buyers being looking for good value in their home purchases.
 
 

For more information on specific homes for sale and other cities, go to WendebytheBay.com
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redwood city home sales: Wende's Week at a Glance for San Mateo County Real Estate - 11/04/10 06:13 AM
It's November 4th, and San Mateo County Real Estate is ever changing.  Here are the past week's numbers at a glance.
 
The inventory is shrinking across the board, with less homes for sale in every city shown, and the number of closed sales is up in Redwood City, Atherton , Woodside and Portola Valley.
The number of new pending sales is down across the board as well as the number of new listings coming on the market in the last week.
It could be a good time to bring a new, competitively priced listing on the market, with the dwindling, … (1 comments)

redwood city home sales: REDWOOD CITY HOME SALES REPORT - 10/05/10 05:12 PM
The third quarter statistics are out for residential home sales and listings in Redwood City, CA, and it's clear the market is improving.

This data, supplied by Terradatum.com, provides a comprehensive overview of residential listings and sales for all of Redwood City. Information about home sales in distinct neighborhoods or specific price ranges in Redwood City and other San Francisco Peninsula cities is also available.
Redwood City Detached, Single Homes, September, 2009:
Median Sold Price: up 3%   September, 2009  ($771,000)   September, 2010  ($792,000)
Number of Sold Homes: down 2%    September, 2009  (45)   September, 2010  (44)
Number of Homes for … (2 comments)

 
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