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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.



  Fabulous upgraded 3 BR, 2 ½ BTH home shows like a model!  Vaulted ceilings, marble entry, plantation shutters, formal living & dining rooms, sunny granite & stainless kitchen with nook, spacious family room with travertine fireplace, luxurious master suite with dual vanity, his & hers closets, ...
Within the last six months, the Del Prado neighborhood remained active in Pleasanton; although if there was additional inventory, I have the sense that it would have been even more active. In the neighborhood, there is only one active listing. Over the past six months, with three more homes pendi...
During March in Dublin, we had a little breathing room between pending and inventory sales. Well, that little breathing room evaporated in April. For the past nine months, excluding March, inventory sales were about the same as pending sales. Pending sales increased by 16 while figures for invent...
With gains in inventory outpacing gains in pending sales in April, the San Ramon real estate market loosened up a little. In the market where pending sales actually fell for homes priced over $1 million that is especially true. In April, the market for homes priced under $1 million remained tigh...
From the last time I posted results for Danville last February, both pending sales and inventory increased. The net result, relative to pending sales, was that the relative inventory level remained unchanged at about 2.3 months while a little uneven from February to March to April. At the end of ...
  In Pleasanton, the real estate market, with both inventory of single family homes and pending sales increasing, continued the trends began in January. Again, pending home sales rose faster compared to inventory which resulted in a still tighter market. With inventory gains being outpaced by the...
  Aren’t they or are they? Aren’t foreclosures slowing down or are they? To figure out exactly what is going on in the market place is always interesting. There is a report that showed facts that fewer notices of foreclosure were sent out by lenders in April compared to the previous year. And beh...
  Compared to six or twelve months ago, though not exactly hot, the Vintage Hills II neighborhood of Pleasanton has somewhat picked up. In the past six months, four sales have been made, comparing it the previous six months preceding this period which only brought three, and during the first half...
Luxurious Moller Ranch home with 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, hardwood floors, dramatic formal living room with vaulted ceilings & 2 sided fireplace, formal dining room, sunny kitchen with maple cabinets, slab granite counters, center island, and large breakfast nook. Spacious family room, luxurious ma...
The neighborhood of Deerwood/Cambrio in San Ramon has had an activity in the past six months that is almost the same as its activity during the previous six months. The latest activity, however, was higher than what it was when 2009 started. There have been no active listings, which is a sign th...

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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.