Drew & Christine Morgan

Housing Market’s Unbearable Heat

By |June 10th, 2021|

The Bay Area housing market is as hot as it’s ever been for sellers, but the real heat is on buyers to get a home as throngs enter the market. It’s no longer race to get a home, it’s a marathon.

Frustrated buyers are using low interest rates which have empowered them to bid higher in […]

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Pandemic Sees Surge in Housing Need

By |March 5th, 2021|

All statistics point to strong housing growth 2021 thus far.

2581 Hallmark Drive – JUST LISTED!

By |November 19th, 2020|

Four walls and a roof over your head isn’t the only way we define the word ‘home.’ Home is more than just a shelter, it’s where we love, it’s where we feel, it’s where we can be ourselves and it’s where life happens—this home fulfills all of those dreams. We could describe it as chic, luxurious, […]

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HOMES SALES TANK DURING SHELTER IN PLACE

By |April 17th, 2020|

When Critical Thinking Skills Vanish

We’re not sure what housing market the National Association of Realtors are referring to, but their headlines continue the “glass is half full” mentality which only serves to mislead the public in an effort to bolster their own organization—one which I might add, we are forced to be a part of, […]

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What about permits? What makes them so special?

By |October 17th, 2019|

"When buyers ask if the seller obtained permits, perhaps the better question is, did they need to—and was the work done properly."

California to Offer $3,000 Subsidy for Earthquake Retrofitting

By |October 17th, 2018|

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re living near a major earthquake fault. Now if you’re unsure if you live near an active fault, this web site . Temblor, co-founded by Ross Stein from the USGS, is very useful for determining the proximity to, and estimating the damage from, an earthquake near your home.

We don’t have […]

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Housing Stall in 2018 Has Homebuyers on Fence

By |October 12th, 2018|

Wouldn’t it be nice if all market stalls were this pretty?

Welcome to our world, where the new question du jour is “Is there a market crash on the horizon?”, or some equally broad request eliciting a prognostication beyond our worldly abilities. We say, “define horizon?”

In 2017 there was little discussion about the Peninsula housing market […]

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Nothing Remains the Same, Except Change

By |August 13th, 2018|

Nothing remains the same, except change—with each change being slightly different than the one before…

By The Numbers

Now that the waning dog days of summer are upon us, we felt it was time to summarize the second quarter sales for the year. I mean, doesn’t everyone want to know, “How is the Market”? It’s the question […]

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1812 El Verano Way, Belmont OPEN SAT & SUN 8/4 & 8/5

By |August 3rd, 2018|

1812 El Verano Way, Belmont LISTED FOR $1,598,000

Remodeled and enhanced with contemporary finishes
Three generous bedrooms
Two full taupe-tiled baths
Rich Oak hardwood flooring
Owners ensuite with walk-in shower, dual pane windows and recessed lighting
Freshly updated kitchen with newer sleek modern Samsung® appliances including silent-style dishwasher, five burner gas stove, microwave, stainless basin […]

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OFF-MARKET OPPORTUNITY 1926 Oak Knoll Drive, Belmont

By |July 16th, 2018|

Every so often, there’s a home so special that words cannot do it justice. We could describe it as chic, modern, high-tech, luxurious, inviting and comfortable, but one really must see this home in person to appreciate the complete experience.

This nine-year new classically crafted home has been designed in a contemporary style best described as offering clean […]

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