Homes for sale in Belmont

Belmont Home Sales Drop, But Values Rise

By |November 5th, 2015|

Any way you slice this month’s statistics for Belmont home sales, seller’s really made out this October.

October is historically not a great month for home sales, but in recent years with warmer fall weather, it’s been possible to market homes well into the winter months.

Let’s look at the numbers for October 2015…



Belmont home sales (the number of homes […]

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Fed Up Buyers Take Action

By |October 24th, 2014|

Fed Up Buyers Take Action

Buyers, tired of multiple offers, are forming an alliance in an effort to alter the current inequitable supply and demand of housing inventory. Known as Buyers Usurping Real Property, or BURP, Their grass roots movement is gaining momentum as their “just sit on the fence” attitude is resonating with other frustrated […]

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Are Home Prices Rising Too Fast?

By |April 15th, 2013|

Are Home Prices Rising Too Fast?


Some housing analysts are concerned that the sudden rise in home prices could make homes more unaffordable again if the price increases outpace income growth, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Average housing costs for home buyers who took out a mortgage were around 22.5 […]

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Forget Everything You Thought You Knew About Home Values

By |April 12th, 2013|

It seems there’s even more pent-up demand for housing than there was after the 1989 housing crash. The lower than usual interest rates is undoubtedly a contributing cause for the frenzied activity but what else is creating the stratospheric rise in housing activity?

It’s becoming a common event for a home to have 10-20 offers submitted […]

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Just Listed! 1532 Altura Way, Belmont

By |April 20th, 2012|

Another new listing in Belmont for April 20th 2012

The Pitfalls of Over Pricing A Home

By |July 7th, 2011|

If you’ve missed this spot it’s not too late. Making a price reduction quickly can thwart the dreaded doomed house syndrome tip the scales your way and bring a fresh batch of buyers to the bargaining table.

Buyer Incentive Programs – about to phase out (part 1 of 3)

By |January 13th, 2010|

  With the real estate landscape changing almost daily it’s admittedly hard for Real Estate Agents and Lenders to keep up with all of the new programs and limitations.  Recently, you may have heard on the news or read in the media about the $8,000 tax credit extension for first-time homebuyers. But are you aware you may easily […]

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Peninsula home values continue to slide, but slower.

By |November 11th, 2009|

We thought we'd update this graph depicting the median price in several peninsula cities. Note that while in Q4 of 2007 the median price in Menlo Park was still rising, it had started to fall off dramatically in Daly City. Prices appear to have hit bottom–for now. The real estate landscape has changed so dramatically […]

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Real Estate Bidding–Are you a Bidder’s Fool?

By |December 1st, 2008|

As part of our Real Estate REVEALED series we answer another Frequently Unasked Question in our latest Podcast—how do you know when a home is priced right? In addition to this latest Podcast, we’ve added a web page that makes finding the entire series of archive issues in one place.

Drew & Christine Morgan
"Helping People […]

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Belmont–Week in Review November 30, 2008

By |November 29th, 2008|

Belmont’s housing market is experiencing slower than usual seasonally adjusted sales as other harder hit areas in our nine county region are experiencing large increases. This sounds worse than it is as Belmont’s home values are holding up rather well.
Listen to our Podcast to get a review of November’s housing market nuances.

1309 […]

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