Debbie Wilhelm

Best of Tour for April 7th 2015

By |April 8th, 2015|

Today’s Best of Tour was chosen due to its awe factor of being what I would consider my dream home. Imagine living lakeside in a mountain retreat but really just minutes from downtown Redwood City with its nightlife and great restaurants, not to mention the “Weather Best by Government Test” slogan the city boasts.

But get […]

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Never Lose Money on a Home Again with Home Price Protection?

By |March 23rd, 2015|

How does the program work?

Home Price Protection™ provides financial protection to homeowners in the event their local market index value declines at the time they sell their home,regardless of the price the home is sold for.

Is this insurance?

No. It is a financial agreement to pay the homeowner upon resale if their House Price Index drops. […]

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Best of Tour 2.10.2015

By |February 10th, 2015|


Not to be confused with the Board of REALTORS “Best of Tour” award whereby agents try and coax or pressure their colleagues into signing a petition proclaiming their home the “Best of Tour”, our’s is based upon our personal impression after seeing all of the homes on tour and reporting back to you.

Today’s […]

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Belmont’s Housing Market is Dead?

By |January 27th, 2015|

What Happened to Belmont’s Housing Market?

Talk about a slow start…Belmont has started this year with a big yawn when it comes to the housing market. New listings year to date are down 67% over this time last year—and 2014 was a slow year for listings.

San Carlos on the other hand is enjoying a 27% increase […]

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Belmont Enjoys Steady Home Price Increases–2014 a Year in Review

By |January 7th, 2015|

Belmont Enjoys Steady Home Price Increases

Since the housing recovery began in earnest in 2012, Belmont has enjoyed a steady increase in home values. Since 2010 Belmont’s home values have increased 44%, while year-over-year prices continued to increase 17% in 2014.

Part of the rapid increase in home values is due to historically low interest rates coming […]

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Winter Home Prices Increase

By |December 15th, 2014|

Winter home prices increase and buck the trends of a winter slowdowns.

We’re getting close to our most anticipated analysis—the year end summary for Belmont. But before those numbers are in the history books, we are closing out the year with November’s home sales report.

The Belmont home market continues to show strong growth after a lackluster […]

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Housing Market Prices Halve

By |September 18th, 2014|

With the Autumnal Equinox just around the corner, we look back a great summer. Now to get caught up on the housing market since we’ve took some much needed time off.

On the national level…we gleam this insight from Standard and Poor’s website…

“Home price gains continue to ease as they have since last fall,” says David […]

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Home Value Increases Taper in July

By |July 8th, 2014|

July is a great month in Belmont as the wind winds down a bit in anticipation of our Indian summer.

We hope everyone had a great Fourth of July weekend and our slightly warmer than usual weekend.

If you are interested in the local microclimates in Belmont you can visit Weather Underground’s web site where folks like […]

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Home Values Peaked?

By |June 18th, 2014|

Have Belmont home values we peaked for the year?

Our spring housing market always makes for exciting times—it sort of sets the pace for the year.

Typically we see prices jump the most in the spring and level off around summer. Despite the rumblings that our market is cooling off, this year appears to be no different […]

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Housing Market Free Fall?

By |June 18th, 2014|

How Can You Tell When The Housing Market Has Changed?

You look at the numbers.

Agents are a funny lot. Their perspective of the housing market around them has a lot to do with how busy they are at the moment—how many listings they have (or don’t) or how many times they’ve recently been beat in a […]

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