Juliana Lee - Palo Alto, Silicon Valley

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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Realty - 00851314

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2017 

Los Altos, Mountain View, and Palo Alto have been some of the areas I've watched most closely. In 2010 Los Altos real estate market trends began showing signs that the 2009 drop had stopped and that prices would begin to increase. The strong rapid growth since 2012 has overshadowed the weak trend...
03/10/2017
With most homes priced in the luxury market, Hillsborough real estate market trends vary significantly from San Mateo averages. A comparison with Atherton is perhaps more interesting. Although the dot com bubble drove Hillsborough prices quickly up in early 2000, the drop in prices in 2001 was re...
03/10/2017
Atherton real estate market trends vary significantly from San Mateo County averages. Atherton, like other areas having predominantly high priced, luxury homes, is driven by many of the same forces that drive San Mateo County averages but has significant differences. The most obvious is the very ...
03/10/2017
Hayward real estate market trends are significantly different from most Silicon Valley cities. House prices in Hayward, as of early Mar 2017, have not reached the levels that had been reach in 2006. This is somewhat common for areas where the average home price is below $800,000. However if you c...
03/10/2017
Fremont real estate market trends follow both Santa Clara County and San Mateo County trends fairly closely. The bump upwards from 2005 to 2008, and then the fall down in 2009 is less pronounced for Fremont.Juliana Lee - Silicon Valley Homes For Sale - KW Palo Alto Real Estate Office
03/10/2017
Foster City real estate market trends have been showing  a stronger 4th quarter for several years compared to San Mateo County. If you look at sales price vs. list price, the 4th quarter of 2016 drops but the sales price has remained solidly above list price averaging about 3% over list price.Jul...
03/10/2017
Daly City real estate market trends show a significant difference from San Mateo County trends. The difference is common for areas have a lower price than the county. The peak in 2006 is more pronounced. The percentage price growth from 1998 to 2017 is lower. This suggests that this area may have...
03/09/2017
Although Cupertino real estate market trends show a price significantly higher than Santa Clara County, the changes in value are very similar. The biggest difference is that the price does not show the typical droop in the 3rd and 4th quarters from 2013 through 2016.Juliana Lee - Silicon Valley H...
03/09/2017
Although the Campbell real estate market trends show a price history that looks different from Santa Clara County, it starts, and ends almost identically. The lower number of sales makes short term variations larger.Juliana Lee - Silicon Valley Homes For Sale - KW Palo Alto Real Estate Office
03/09/2017
Burlingame real estate market trends show a flatter price trend than San Mateo County but the increase in price was unusually high in the first two quarters of 2015. If the rather large increase in early 2015 is ignored, the house prices follow the San Mateo County trend fairly close.Juliana Lee ...
03/09/2017
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