Livermore Real Estate
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Available July 1
For Rent, 4 bedroom 2.5 baths 2704 sq ft in beautiful Coventry. This 2704 square feet home features a dual sided fireplace, 3 car garage, on a approx 10,000 sq ft Lot. Master bedroom is downstairs and features walk in closets dual vanities and a slider to the backyard.
$3100 mth plus $3500 deposit, available July 1st.
1 year lease minimum.
Dog may be ok upon approval and with additional deposit.
As many sellers remain on the sidelines, desperate Bay Area homebuyers are streaming through open houses, making offers tens of thousands of dollars above asking price and still coming away empty-handed.
A three-bedroom Dublin home recently drew more than 40 offers. Across the bay in Cupertino, 300 visitors streamed through one home for sale during a weekend showing, said Miawand Bayan of DeLeon Realty.
A sale pending sign stands in front of a home for sale on February 21, 2013 in Larkspur, California.
seeing the evidence of real pent-up demand.”
The intense demand has sent prices soaring, according to a report released Thursday by DataQuick. Potential sellers are either waiting for prices to go higher or are unable to sell because they’re still underwater. And homeowners who want to either downsize or move up are reluctant to sell because there is so little to buy.
The median sales price of an existing single-family home increased 20 to 30 percent in March over the year-ago March in the East Bay, Peninsula and South Bay, the San Diego real estate research company said.
It was the 13th straight month of year-over-year price increases for homes in Santa Clara and Contra Costa counties, according to DataQuick.
SOLD, $820,188! (Highest Price in 7 years)!
5 bedroom 3.5 bath model with a twin master bedroom setup, one up and one down!
Great location features 3150 sq ft a large private lot with black bottom pool and water feature.
Sold in 5 days for $60,000 over asking price!!!
First time ever on the market! You will love this home,
3 bedroom single level home on a magnificent 15,000+ sq ft lot!
New roof, exterior paint and fencing. Neutral interior with sunny breakfast nook
fireplace in family room. Security alarm, possible side yard access into a private
park-like backyard with patio and built in BBQ! $649,950
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Hurry, this 4 bed 3 bath 2 story “Bristol” model will impress you! Upgrades include slab granite counters, stainless steel appliances and tile and hardwood flooring. One bed and full bath downstairs. Upstairs features a ‘Jack and Jill” bathroom and master suite with tile flooring dual vanities and a walk in closet
The garage is offset to the side and and is larger than standard with enough bonus space for a workout or play area.
Lot is over 10,500 sq ft and the perfectly private backyard features a patio, arbor and hot tub (included).
Sides to a court and located on a very quiet child safe street.
Upgraded to perfection!
Hurry, this 3 bed 2 bath single level with pool will not last long at this price! Upgrades include remodeled kitchen with new tile counters and new cabinetry and appliances, tile flooring, remodeled baths with tile flooring new vanities. This home also has a newer roof gutters and downspouts, newer furnace, air conditioner and redwood fencing. Its cute, see it today!
The pool is in great shape and is fenced. . backyard is low maintenance and private! $430,000
Ladies and gentlemen, the results are in. Real estate brokerages have analyzed their facts and figures. It’s made a list, checked it twice and finally revealed the hottest neighborhoods of 2013.
And leading the local pack, the most desirable neighborhood in Northern California is…Livermore?
Livermore. Not the Dogpatch or Mission Creek; not West Oakland or even the Western Addition, but Livermore. As in windmills and suburbs and cows and “the other” wine country.
Surely us snobby San Franciscans have missed the memo on the blossoming cultural hub that is Livermore, California. Is it the restaurant scene? The arts? We went to a wedding there once, and we hear their lab is famous. At least they have a Patxi’s?
San Francisco did get a nod for the Mission District: home of Dolores Park, several Michelin stars, a cultural mecca and some of the best bars in the state. But the neighborhood didn’t hit the list until the number nine spot. (Was it something we said?)
Many homeowners are waiting until the Spring ‘buying season’ to list their homes for sale. Here are five reasons why that might not make sense this year:
1.) Demand Is High
Homes are selling at a pace not seen since 2007. The most recent Existing Home Sales Report by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) showed that annual sales in 2012 increased 9.2% over 2011. There are buyers out there right now and they are serious about purchasing.
2.) Supply Is Low
The monthly supply of houses for sale is at its lowest point (4.4 months) since May of 2005. The current month’s supply is down 21.6% from the same time last year. Historically, inventory increases dramatically in the spring. Selling now when demand is high and supply is low may garner you your best price.
3.) New Construction Is Coming Back
Over the last several years, most homeowners selling their home did not have to compete with a new construction project around the block. As the market is recovering, more and more builders are jumping back in. These ‘shiny’ new homes will again become competition as they are an attractive alternative to many purchasers.
4.) Interest Rates Are Projected to Inch Up
The Mortgage Bankers’ Association has projected mortgage interest rates will inch up approximately one full point in 2013. Whether you are moving up or moving down, your housing expense will be more a year from now if a mortgage is necessary to purchase your next home.
5.) Timelines Will Be Shorter
The dramatic increase in transactions caused many challenges to the process of buying or selling a home in 2012. We waited for inspections, dealt with last minute appraisals and prayed that the bank didn’t ask for ‘just one more piece of paper’ before issuing a commitment on the mortgage. There are fewer transactions this time of year. That means that timetables on each component of the home buying process will be friendlier for those involved in transactions over the next 90 days.
These are five good reasons why you should consider listing your house today instead of waiting.
Do you need a large home on a court location?Pool? LARGE side yard access for you boat or RV?How about a guest house or in-law setup?Then look no further, this is it! Main house 2704 sq ft 4bed 2.5 bths, guest house 1 bed 1 bath 300 sq feet.