If you've been residing in your Bay Area home for over five years, chances are you've already surpassed the $500,000 capital gains abatement threshold.
Unveiling the Thrilling Odyssey of Bay Area Housing Values: A Tale of Peaks, Plummets, and Uncertain Horizons
Our market peaked in May of 2022, began a slow slide until it hit bottom of that year in November, before regaining its traction and the slow pace of recovery.
We recently published an article titled “Navigating Bay Area Real Estate: Balancing Wealth Optimization and Limited Data Amidst Shifting Market Dynamics” that sparked significant reader inquiries seeking clarity. Within this piece, we delved into the year-over-year assessment of home values for June, a customary method to analyze housing trends.
However, exploring micro trends can prove beneficial […]
How and When Did Daylight Saving Time Start?
It’s that time of the year to turn the clocks back to end Daylight Saving Time.
Of course you’ll remember to turn your clocks back when you go to bed Saturday night, but do you know why–beside for the obvious reasons that you want to be in sync with […]
Belmont vs San Carlos Home Values
NOTE: This post is in response you a question posed on the Belmont Patch:
Q. How does Belmont’s property prices rise compare with nearby San Carlos’ which has the Laurel Street downtown and the industrial area?
A. To answer this question as posted on the Patch by Gladwyn d’Souza, we had to […]
Should you buy a home now, or wait?
Let’s face it; nobody wants to purchase a home at the peak of the market. And most buyers would love to imagine they got a good deal. But with today’s local market conditions, that’s a tall order to fill.
The internet has changed the way buyers search for homes. […]
OK it will be all over the news but hereâ€™s the local Belmont scoop. Just as a back-up to our weather station which uploads to the internet, I have this visual aid in our backyard because I guess I am a geek for starters (I also have triple redundancy for my hard drives now), but […]