Blossom Festival - celebrating Saratoga's orchard historyThis March, travel back in time to the early- to mid-20th century and celebrate Santa Clara Valley’s heritage with the Saratoga Historical Foundation and the City of Saratoga’s Blossom Festival.

When the hills of Los Gatos, Saratoga, and the surrounding regions were covered with fruit blossoms every year, a Blossom Festival was held with parades, food, games, and theatrical performances. These massive celebrations saw visitors come from miles around to enjoy the beauty of the valley and the festivities.

On March 24th from 10am-4pm, the Saratoga Heritage Orchard and Civic Center area will be host to a new Blossom Festival. The event is free and family friendly. Children may enjoy kids craft and activity tables and a petting zoo. History buffs can rub elbows with costumed characters from Saratoga’s by-gone-days, see vintage vehicles, motors, and tractors, and swing to a live band playing tunes from the 1930s-40s. Foodies might enjoy gourmet food trucks, prune and apricot tasting (the prize crops of the Valley of Heart’s Delight), and docent-led orchard tours. There will also be artists, craftspeople, entertainment, and more!

Join us in the orchard under a snowfall of pink and white flower petals and celebrate the beauty of the changing season at the Saratoga Blossom Festival!

 

Saratoga Heritage Orchard and Civic Center area

13777 Fruitvale Avenue in Saratoga, CA

March 24th from 10am-4pm, free to all!

http://www.saratogahistory.com/blossomfestival/

If you enjoy touring open houses, historic properties, and taking in attractive decor, you don’t want to miss the annual spring home tours in the San Jose area!  Take a look at the opportunities listed below:

Note: Certain tours have not yet been updated for 2018, so the 2017 information will remain available until new details can be added.

Spring home tours in the San Jose area

Spring home tours in the San Jose area include historic properties

AIA Santa Clara Valley: 3rd Annual Silicon Valley Home Tours, A Tour by Architects – May 5, 2018

10AM-4PM. Last year prices, no 2018 update: Early Bird: General Admission $75, AIA Members $59, After 5/21/17 and Day of $75

http://aiasiliconvalley.org/page/2018HomeTour

35th Annual Willow Glen Home Tour – May 5-6, 2018

10AM-4PM, Early Bird $40, At the Door for $50

http://willowglenhometour.com/

No updates for 2018 to date. 22nd Los Gatos Historic Home Tour – Last Held on April 22 & 23, 2017

10AM-4PM, General Admission $50, VIP $75

http://www.numulosgatos.org/events/2017/4/22/22nd-los-gatos-historic-home-tour

No updates for 2018 to date. Fremont Older House & Garden Tours – Last Held on April 23, 2017

9AM-4PM, tours are full, but you can join the wait-list (mark in on your calendar for next year’s spring home tours early on!).

http://www.openspace.org/activities/district-events/fremont-older-house-garden-tours-0

 

No updates for 2018 to date. Eischler Home Tours San Mateo Highlands – Last Held on May 6 & 7, 2017

10AM-3PM, Single Day $60, Two Days $100, Optional: Box Lunch $14, Poster $30, and VIP Happy Hour (May 6, 7PM-10PM) $50

http://eichlerhometour.org/

Gilroy Assistance League: 13th Annual Impressions Home and Garden Tour – Last Held on May 12 & 13, 2017

$30

http://gilroyassistanceleague.org/-impressions-home-garden-tour/

 

No updates for 2018 to date. Wolfe & Higgins – Citywide Architectural Home Tour, Master Architects of the Spanish Revival – Last Held on August 26, 2017

Early Bird: General $35, Preservation Action Council Members $30, Day of: $40

http://www.wolfeandhigginstour.com/

 

Garden Tours

GNGT: Going Native Garden Tour 2018 – April 7 & 8, 2018

10AM-4PM, Free with RSVP

http://gngt.org/GNGT/HomeRO.php

Gamble Garden Tour – April 27 & 28, 2018

Updated information for 2018 will be available in January. Here’s the information from 2017: 10AM-4PM, Members $30, General $35, Volunteer $25, Lunch Tickets $15

https://www.gamblegarden.org/support-us/spring-tour/

No updates for 2018 to date. The Aromas Country Garden Tour – Last Held on May 13, 2017

10AM-4PM, tickets not available online

http://www.aromashillsartisans.org/ahas-events.html

 

 

If you miss out on these events, there are a number of historic estates and gardens in the area with regular open hours.

The Ainsley house in downtown Campbell is open Thurs-Sun, March-December, 12PM-4PM (final tour at 3:15PM) with regular tours. Admission is $8 adult, $6 senior, $4 youth (7-17), and free for under 7.

http://www.ci.campbell.ca.us/332/Historical-Museum-Ainsley-House

The Winchester Mystery house may have some unusual sides to it, but in essence it’s a stunning mansion surrounded by a pristine garden. Prices vary by tour.

http://www.winchestermysteryhouse.com

History San Jose has also provided virtual tours of both the Luis Maria Peralta Adobe, 1797, and the Carmel and Thomas Fallon House, 1850s. Find links to the tours on the page linked below.

http://historysanjose.org/wp/plan-your-visit/peralta-fallon-historic-site/

 

 

Have we missed a tour of houses or homes that should be included? Please jot me a note or give me a call and we’ll get this page updated (and promote your event at no cost, of course).  Be sure to include the dates,  name of the tour, and a URL where people can get more information, please.

Evergreen area of San Jose (Silicon Valley)The Evergreen area is in the southeast foothills of San Jose and extends north toward Eastridge Mall. It includes a few zip codes – 95148, 95121, 95135, and a portion of 95138 (part is also “Santa Teresa” or “South San Jose”). There’s a lot of diversity in this region – the areas in the flatlands near the Mall, Reid-Hillview Airport, and waterpark are more modest and affordable as compared to the areas further south where you’re more likely to see luxury properties (Hillstone, Bel-Aire Estates,  The Meadowlands, The Ranch on Silver Creek, Silver Creek Valley Country Club and nearby). Pricier areas feature larger lots and houses and valley or hillside views set near the golf courses (Silver Creek Valley Country Club, The Ranch Golf Club, and the Villages Golf & Country Club).

In general, Evergreen is scenic and includes many newer homes and communities. Many people enjoy the relative newness of construction and whole neighborhoods which are young, compared to the rest of Santa Clara County and Silicon Valley as a whole.

Evergreen real estate market for single family homes or houses

Please find the full report on my Real Estate Report for the Evergreen area of San Jose.

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

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Silver Leaf Park in the Santa Teresa area of San Jose - the proximity of parks will impact the Santa Teresa real estate market for that neighborhood

Silver Leaf Park in the Santa Teresa area of San Jose

How’s the market in the scenic Santa Teresa area of San Jose? The part of Silicon Valley is usually a bit “softer” as it’s farther from most work places and the school scores are generally not super strong, either. That being said, the Santa Teresa real estate market, like most of Santa Clara County, has been heating up all summer long. The average Days on Market are low at a mere 11 days. The sales to list price ratio remains well over list price at 108.7%. This shows that this seller’s market has not budged since last month. Santa Teresa is in a hot seller’s market.

Here’s quick view of the real estate statistic and trends for just the Santa Teresa area’s single family homes (houses / duet homes):

Santa Teresa real estate market stats & trends

Trends At a Glance Dec 2017 Previous Month Year-over-Year
Median Price $1,005,000 (+5.8%) $950,000 $829,000 (+21.2%)
Average Price $978,761 (+3.5%) $945,578 $827,923 (+18.2%)
No. of Sales 13 (-43.5%) 23 13 (0.0%)
Pending 12 (-7.7%) 13 12 (0.0%)
Active (-16.7%) 6 (-44.4%)
Sale vs. List Price 108.7% (+3.1%) 105.5% 100.6% (+8.1%)
Days on Market 11 (-8.6%) 12 19 (-41.8%)
Days of Inventory 12 (+52.5%) 8 21 (-44.4%)

And from last month, for comparison, the Santa Teresa real estate market:

Trends At a Glance Nov 2017 Previous Month Year-over-Year
Median Price $950,000 (+5.6%) $900,000 $760,000 (+25.0%)
Average Price $945,578 (-2.4%) $969,267 $776,418 (+21.8%)
No. of Sales 23 (+53.3%) 15 22 (+4.5%)
Pending 13 (-50.0%) 26 17 (-23.5%)
Active (-45.5%) 11 13 (-53.8%)
Sale vs. List Price 105.5% (-0.6%) 106.1% 100.1% (+5.4%)
Days on Market 12 (-10.8%) 13 32 (-62.6%)
Days of Inventory (-65.6%) 22 17 (-55.9%)

You can read the Santa Teresa area real estate market report at this link if you’d like more details and statistical analysis. This particular page goes to the report for houses, but you can navigate home type to see condos/townhomes or any other area in San Jose, Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, or Santa Cruz County.

 Also, please note that zip codes don’t always relate to the districts. Zip code 95138 is a great example of that as part of it is in Santa Teresa and part in Evergreen (pricey and upscale Silver Creek). Pull up the averages for 95138 and you might think all the homes are selling for around $1.4 million. But if you look in the charming but more affordable Silver Leaf area of the same zip code, you’ll find the cost half as much – or less! So too with 95123 (though less dramatic) as about half of that is in Blossom Valley and part in Santa Teresa.
It’s good to do a lot of research, but beware the “easy answers” of price per square foot or average sales price per zip code. Often your best help will come from a highly experienced real estate professional who’s willing to help you to crunch the numbers for the Santa Teresa real estate market (boring grunt work but not actually difficult).
And don’t forget the condo market! This can be even more difficult to pin down because of the small amount of data and the wide variety of values. Here’s a quick look at the current Santa Teresa condo market from the RE Report data:
Trends At a Glance Dec 2017 Previous Month Year-over-Year
Median Price $770,000 (+8.5%) $710,000 $615,000 (+25.2%)
Average Price $770,000 (+10.9%) $694,081 $628,273 (+22.6%)
No. of Sales (-90.0%) 10 11 (-90.9%)
Pending (+80.0%) 5 13 (-30.8%)
Active (-50.0%) 2 10 (-90.0%)
Sale vs. List Price 112.4% (+5.1%) 107.0% 102.3% (+9.9%)
Days on Market (-78.5%) 19 28 (-85.6%)
Days of Inventory 30 (+417.2%) 6 27 (+10.0%)
Disclaimers made, here are some Altos Research numbers for the four Santa Teresa zip codes:

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

You’ll note that one of the four zips is super high – this is 95138, which has a number of homes in The Ranch, a subdivision in Evergreen near Silver Creek. The part of 95138 which is in Santa Teresa is considerably more affordable, well under $1 million in the vast majority of cases. So let’s take that one out so we can get a better feel for the true pricing of Santa Teresa homes.

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

Here two of the zip codes seem to be on track with each other, but 95123 is going at a different pace. Half of that area is Blossom Valley, which tends to be a stronger market. Regardless, it would seem that overall, the median list price of homes for sale in Santa Teresa has gone from the mid 700 thousands to the mid 800 thousands over the last year, now hanging out close to the 900 mark. And that’s about what I have seen, anecdotally, too.

Santa Teresa homes for sale

Interested in buying a house, townhouse or condominium in the Santa Teresa area? Below, please check out a list of available properties, listed in order of most recently added to the MLS first. Or better yet, call or email me to discuss working together!

 

  1. 5 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,337 sq ft
    Lot size: 6,843 sqft
  2. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,674 sq ft
    Lot size: 2,060 sqft
  3. 4 beds, 2 baths
    Home size: 2,010 sq ft
    Lot size: 5,954 sqft
  4. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,655 sq ft
    Lot size: 2,016 sqft
  5. 3 beds, 2 baths
    Home size: 1,120 sq ft
    Lot size: 8,524 sqft

See all Real estate in the Santa Teresa community.
(all data current as of 1/19/2018)

Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.

Sold With 10 Offers! 1932 Bernice Way - Cambrian area of San JoseNews flash: San Jose is the hottest real estate market in the country right now. Yesterday, the San Jose Mercury News ran another front page story about local residential real estate being off-the-charts-hot. That isn’t much of a surprise, as skyrocketing home prices has created a gripping drama here, and thus frequently appears as a page 1 story, whether it’s for renters, buyers, investors, or folks just priced out of the market and moving away.

What is interesting, though, is that San Jose is now said to be the #1 hottest real estate market in the U.S., according to Zillow.  The whole San Francisco Bay Area is a strong seller’s market, of course, particularly the South Bay, Peninsula, East Bay, and San Francisco.

What does that mean for you that San Jose is the hottest real estate market  in the country?

What can you expect in the hottest realty market in the country? Here are a few things that we are likely to experience in the next few months because of these extreme conditions:

  • continued excessively low inventory that will rise, but not enough for demand (just 387 single family homes for sale in Santa Clara County two days ago, and 397 this moment)
  • multiple offers on homes which:
    • are moderately priced for its area (not the top tier of pricing, but mid to low ) – esp $800,000 to about $1,300,000 in most areas
    • offer a good commute, good public schools, or both without being necessarily in the luxury tier – having both will be “red hot” market (Cupertino is a good example)
    • provide a full battery of pre-sale inspections and disclosures from quality inspectors
    • provide thorough seller disclosures
    • are nicely staged and presented
    • include quality professional photography
    • are offered with an appropriate list price – not higher than the likely sale price, and usually lower to attract more buyers
    • get strong marketing, including being on the open MLS and having the listing syndicated for maximum exposure
  • with those offers, many will come with no contingencies of any kind, may include free rent backs, and of course will be As Is sales
  • move down buyers and those armed with stock money will be competing in the mix and will have all cash (about  20% seem to be all cash, no loans now)

In other words, for most home owners, it will be relatively easy to sell since San Jose is the hottest real estate market. Many are inclined not to do so right now because they are afraid that if they do sell, they will not be able to purchase something else!

Winners in this market

For those wishing to relocate out of the San Jose or Silicon Valley area, this is an ideal real estate climate, since no where else is quite as overheated as Santa Clara County at the moment. Continue reading

The Santa Clara County real estate statistics for Single Family Homes

 Read the full report for houses and duet homes in Santa Clara County here (You can also access the stats for San Mateo and Santa Cruz Counties from here!)

Prices are up year over year after a prolonged, unrelenting sellers market. Available inventory is less than half that of a year ago, while sales remain consistent. This is bad news for buyers – the market conditions can’t balance out without inventory to meet the demand!

Trends At a Glance Dec 2017 Previous Month Year-over-Year
Median Price $1,293,690 (+0.4%) $1,288,500 $960,000 (+34.8%)
Average Price $1,556,330 (-3.9%) $1,619,100 $1,186,120 (+31.2%)
No. of Sales 704 (-11.1%) 792 746 (-5.6%)
Pending 515 (-32.1%) 758 544 (-5.3%)
Active 271 (-41.2%) 461 694 (-61.0%)
Sale vs. List Price 109.3% (+0.8%) 108.5% 101.2% (+8.0%)
Days on Market 21 (-3.5%) 22 34 (-39.3%)
Days of Inventory 12 (-31.6%) 17 28 (-58.6%)

And the numbers from last month for comparison:

Trends At a Glance Nov 2017 Previous Month Year-over-Year
Median Price $1,288,500 (+5.6%) $1,220,000 $1,010,000 (+27.6%)
Average Price $1,619,100 (+7.8%) $1,502,130 $1,286,210 (+25.9%)
No. of Sales 792 (-2.9%) 816 891 (-11.1%)
Pending 758 (-12.4%) 865 843 (-10.1%)
Active 461 (-23.7%) 604 1,065 (-56.7%)
Sale vs. List Price 108.5% (+0.8%) 107.6% 101.5% (+6.9%)
Days on Market 22 (+21.0%) 18 31 (-29.1%)
Days of Inventory 17 (-24.0%) 22 35 (-51.3%)

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Cambrian Park Plaza SignThe months of inventory for any part of the real estate market can vary, depending on many factors, including age of home, house size, lot size, and school district, whether or not there’s a pool, and many other things. It can be very useful to understand this metric when selling a Silicon Valley home. I’ve done market numbers crunching tied to the specific characteristics of a property (say, small yard with pool or big yard with no pool) to find the impact of those characteristics on the probability that a home will sell – or how fast.

The Cambrian area of San Jose is a very “hot market” overall, but it can be confusing to know how hot it really is, just like the rest of Santa Clara County, because there are multiple school districts – and schools are probably the number one driver of home values in this highly educated valley.

An explanation of “months of inventory”

What does “months of inventory” mean? This figure references how long it would take to sell a property if homes continued to sell and close at the current pace with no new inventory coming on the market. A good analogy is to consider a bathtub which drains. If you add no new water to the tub, how long will it take to empty out?

The months of inventory is sometimes called the absorption rate. The question is simple: how long will it take for the current inventory of homes for sale to get absorbed by the home buyers purchasing them? It doesn’t have to be calculated by months. It could be in days, weeks, or years. But months is probably most common.

The Cambrian area of San Jose’s months of inventory as a whole, and in one price point

Cambrian was once an enormous zone of the Santa Clara Valley. Today we mostly think of it as within San Jose in the 95124 and 95118 zip codes. Some of it it adjacent to Campbell – a very tiny sliver is IN Campbell (we’re only dealing with the San Jose portion in our charts), and a tinier still area is in San Jose and is under the Campbell School Union District. Most of this area is in one of three elementary school districts: Cambrian, Union, or San Jose Unified.

Here’s the breakdown – first, for ALL of Cambrian (MLS area 14 for my Realtor readers) that’s within the City of San Jose and second, by elementary school district. The area for Campbell Elementary is so small that the numbers are usually not of use (no offense to the Campbell school residents). It can just jump around too much to be helpful and often gives us no usable data. Please have a look:

I highlighted the Union Elementary School District in both charts as the current lowest MOI. You’ll see that past charts show the fastest market shifts around. Aside from Campbell, which has numbers too small to register a MOI, these are the hottest tickets in the district.

Here are the numbers from last September for comparison:

The message I’d like to convey is this: you can read about information for your part of Silicon Valley, or your city or zip code, but it’s not until you drill things down to an area that closely matches your own home will you have a better sense of your own home’s “real estate marker.” It’s never “how is the market?” so much as “how’s the market for YOUR home – or the one you want to buy?”

If you were only tracking the whole of Cambrian, you might see .341 months of inventory. That’s a lightning fast seller’s market. But it’s not quite so fast if you’re selling a Cambrian home in the San Jose Unified Elementary Schools area of the entry-level market. There, you’re seeing 0.667 months of inventory for homes around $1 million, while the same price point with Union Schools is a low 0.4.

Years ago, I had a Willow Glen listing where the whole back yard was the pool. I did a study on the months of inventory and learned that pools in properties with that lot size took substantially more time to be absorbed. Likewise, I had a Los Gatos estate property on an acre of land, and the reverse was also true: the months of inventory showed that large lots on $2 million and up homes for sale did not sell nearly as well without a pool.

The math is simple: using the same criteria, divide the number of active listings by those of homes sold in the last 30 days. The criteria can be anything you like – a property’s size, location, number of bathrooms, price, age, etc. Often I include approximately the same home and lot size together with the school district. That usually provides much more accurate info on “how’s the market” as compared to just getting it by zip code alone.

If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Cambrian, or anywhere in San Jose or Santa Clara County, this kind of information is really important. It is not hard to do, but very few real estate agents will provide this information before you list or before you make the final determination on the list price of your home.

Looking for a good Silicon Valley Realtor who will get you that extra data? Please call or email me. I would love to chat to see about possibly working together.

The Sunnyvale real estate market has been trending upward for many months. In general, houses in Sunnyvale are selling for about one million six hundred thousand dollars – if they aren’t too small or in terrible shape (or conversely palatial or newly built or remodeled). Let’s begin with single family homes. The median list price for homes in Sunnyvale CA – all zip codes combined – interestingly, the high end homes are doing the best! (Live charts from Altos Research, which uses LIST prices, not sale prices.)

Sunnyvale real estate market: Altos Research, median list prices by quartile

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

What about the numbers for the closed sales? Now let’s have a look at the Sunnyvale CA RE Report for last month’s trends and statistics (click on link to get the full Sunnyvale real estate market report):

Trends At a Glance Nov 2017 Previous Month Year-over-Year
Median Price $1,932,500 (+10.0%) $1,756,500 $1,500,000 (+28.8%)
Average Price $1,919,420 (+7.7%) $1,782,200 $1,453,950 (+32.0%)
No. of Sales 42 (0.0%) 42 48 (-12.5%)
Pending 34 (-5.6%) 36 44 (-22.7%)
Active 16 (+14.3%) 14 32 (-50.0%)
Sale vs. List Price 119.8% (+2.1%) 117.3% 105.9% (+13.1%)
Days on Market 11 (+9.0%) 10 20 (-45.7%)
Days of Inventory 11 (+10.5%) 10 19 (-42.9%)

What about the Sunnyvale condo and townhome market?

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How’s the Cupertino real estate market?

Cupertino - view from Ridge Vineyards

Cupertino – view from Ridge Vineyards

The real estate market in Silicon Valley can sometimes be a little quirky, so I like to approach this question from a few angles. In this article I’ll make use of  my charts from Altos Research, which uses listing data (not solds) and is automatically updated every week and also monthly reports from my RE Report subscription. Also I’ll periodically update it with info from the MLS that I have crunched myself or anecdotal stories from those of us “in the trenches.” The article is a bit long but I think much more comprehensive giving the multiple methods of answering the question of how the Cupertino real estate market is faring.

Cupertino median list price of houses by price quartile

Often the real estate market in any given city is very different between the most expensive homes and the most affordable ones. While many Cupertino home buyers are looking for a short commute, great public schools or strong resale value, some seek a luxury property with a view in the Cupertino hills (either off of Montevina Road by Ridge Vineyards or in other lower foothills).
Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

The last few months have had some ups and downs in pricing, but most segments of the Cupertino real estate market have seen an overall uptick since last year. The luxury market in Cupertino had some calming over summer, but is back on the rise again. What if we look back more than a year? Combining the quartiles, it seems that there’s been more up than down.

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

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The Blossom Valley area of San Jose is on the south end of the city and covers the 95123 and 95136 zip codes. For our MLS, it’s “area 12.” A more affordable section of Silicon Valley, Blossom Valley has much to offer in addition to more reasonable housing prices. Many areas enjoy views of the Santa Teresa Foothills or the Communications Hill knolls or even the coastal foothills in the distance, as with the photo below. One corner of it sits alongside beautiful Almaden Lake, too. One corner is located at the crossroads of Highways 85 and 87, making it an easy commute destination for those working in downtown San Jose. And there’s an abundance of shopping opportunities.

Blossom Valley from the Church on the Hill

Much more could be written, but let’s now instead turn to the real estate market there.

First, “live,” automatically updating Altos Charts for San Jose 95123 and 95136 and single family homes (houses and duet homes). These use list prices, not sales prices.

The median list price of both 95123 and 95136, all prices, single family homes (houses and duet homes, if there are any).

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

Next, the median list price for just the San Jose 95123 area of Blossom Valley, and separated by price quartile:

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

And next, the median list price of just San Jose 95136 by price quartile:

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