You can find the Belmont School District's FAQ regaridng school boundaries here.
I visited a home in San Carlos today and the seller had this story posted for everyone to read. I found it moving…
Although I was “born” in 1969, my story really began 13 years before. One spring day, a young couple looking for the perfect spot to raise a family, came down the lane. […]
Our â€œshiny pennyâ€ REALTORÂ® day brought us this phenomenal deal in Shoreview, San Mateo on Washington Street.
Listed at $399,950 (and no itâ€™s not a short sale), this home appears very clean and ready to move in.
It features three bedrooms and one full bath and is located on a large 6,000 square foot […]
Has anyone else noticed the Chevron station at the corner or Ralston Avenue and Alameda has been systematically raising the price of their gas two cents a day for about the last two weeks now?
Not one large in-your-face price adjustment mind you, no this is a well executed plan to fly below the general […]
Time to wrap-up Belmontâ€™s single family home sales for March 2011 and this month's graph honors the San Francisco Giants opening season with the famous orange and black.
(Click on the graph for a full-size version)
Comparing March 2010 to March 2011 we see that the number of sales has increased dramatically, up 70% from ten sales […]
If you know of anyone who is missing a cat like this please give us a call.
He's been showing up around our house quite often at all hours of the day and night so we think he may be lost.
We live near Hallmark Park in Belmont, CA and can be reached at (650) 591-4378.
Two measures are on the November ballot which would allow for assessments in Belmont to generate funds for school improvements.
During difficult economic times, many people choose not to vote for increases to their parcel tax. We’re not sure if there’s ever been study showing a direct correlation between subsidizing school improvements and higher API achievement scores, […]
Thereâ€™s little change to report for sales in Belmont for the month of August 2010 but the Case-Shiller report which was released on September 26th showed another increase in the Bay Area metropolitan index for the sixth straight reporting period. This index follows the change in home prices across the country in 20 metropolitan areas. […]
Real estate markets are cyclical and can last ten years as weâ€™ve recently seen, but even within a cycle there are better times during each year in which to sell.
The short answer is the worst time is in the winter, with the best times being in the spring and fall but hereâ€™s […]
Belmont â€œhit one out of the parkâ€ last month as 34 homes closed escrow. One has to go back to May of 2002 to see activity like that. Of course unlike baseball all the â€œteamsâ€ did relatively well as the last minute rush to capitalize on the $8,000 government tax credit lured at lot […]