Monta Vista Area (Cupertino, CA)
By MichelleCherie Carr Crowe Just Call...408-252-8900, Family Helping Families Buy & Sell Homes 40+ Years
(Get Results Team...Just Call (408) 252-8900! . DRE #00901962 . Licensed to Sell since 1985 . Altas Realty)
Open Sa.,Su.. 1:30-4:30!Move-In Condition END UNIT TH in Desirable Location with E-Z Walk to All 3 TOP Cupertino Schools-Lincoln, Kennedy and Monta Vista High!Attractive END UNIT Features Natural Light and Extra Privacy! Only Shared Wall is 2-Car Attached Garage!Gorgeous Granite, Tile and Stainless Steel Kitchen Features Recessed Lights, Custom Cabinetry and Newer Appliances!Fabulous Floor Plan with Tile Foyer, Spacious Living Room & Lovely Dining Overlooking Huge Sunny Patio! 2 BR, 1 Full BA Down, Grand Master Suite Upstairs! Master Features Dressing Area, His & Hers Closets incl. Walk-In Closet! .Convenient Features Include RING System!NEST System!SimpliSafe System (basic items, requires tenant subscription)Wonderful Park Villas Community with Sparkling Pool and Clubhouse!Easy Walking...
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By P.J. Virgilio Jr., Realtor 408-568-6578 Selling homes in the Greater San Jose area and South through San Martin, Gilroy, San Juan Bautista and Hollister as well!
(Keller Williams Realty Silicon Valley)
Current Inventory of Homes for week 49 in Cupertino, CA...…once again, it's our interpretation of what the market is really doing and where it's heading.                        More Real Estate and Less Hype; 1 Single family homes currently listed as bank owned.0 Single family homes currently listed as short sales.7 Single family homes are currently overpriced.266 Is the average days on market of overpriced homes.40 Single family homes sold in the past 90 days.9 Single family homes in escrow (0 short sales).26 Single family homes listed for sale.$1,795,000 Median sale price for single family homes in past 90 days.
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By MichelleCherie Carr Crowe Just Call...408-252-8900, Family Helping Families Buy & Sell Homes 40+ Years
(Get Results Team...Just Call (408) 252-8900! . DRE #00901962 . Licensed to Sell since 1985 . Altas Realty)
Monta Vista High School in Cupertino #13 in CA-US News & World Report by Diamond-Certified Cupertino REALTOR® Michelle Carr Crowe  Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, Calif. ranks #13 in the state according to the newest U.S. News & World Report of Top High Schools. Nationwide, the Silicon Valley school ranked #97, putting it in the Top #100. Residents of Cupertino, Saratoga and Los Altos attend the nationally-recognized high school. Monta Vista High School is a much-desired educational commodity for parents seeking an exceptional public school curriculum that prepares students well for many of the top colleges in the U.S., including Stanford, Harvard and MIT. Not surprisingly, the high demand for Monta Vista High School has greatly contributed to the increasing home values in Los Alt...
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By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
What's the market like in Cupertino CA? Cupertino California is a suburban town in the Silicon Valley, notably home to Apple Computer and other high-tech firms. The 2000 census gives it a population of 50,546. For more demographic information, check AreaConnect On 9.1.2011, here's what is going on in the single-family home market: Active listings: 83, ranging in price from $658,000-$2,999,888 Pending sales: 31, ranging in price from $590,000-$1,449,000 Closed escrows since 7.1.11: 23, sales prices between $729,999-$2,430,000 One of the homes that closed escrow earlier this week is 21547 Rosario Avenue, this well cared for, updated and remodeled 4-bedroom, 3-bath home. Built in 1972, it was sold by the original owners, a family that treasured their memories of growing, laughing, loving a...
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By Chris Alston, Silicon Valley, California
(Chris Alston (Keller Williams Realty, Silicon Valley, California))
Yup!  It's that getting close to that time of the year, and its time for Santa!  Santa and Mrs. Claus will be making an apearance in Cuperitino on December 4th, 2010 at the Quinlin Center here in Cupertino.  You and your family are invited to a breakfast celebration with both Santa and Mrs. Claus.  They will be cooking up some awesome North Pole Pancakes and of course, Santa will be posing for pictures. Santa's elves will be setting up some holiday crafts and fun for children. Remember, register early!  Spaces are limited, and it fills up fast!  Also, children must be accompanied by a paying adult.  Since you have to register everyone that is going, parents and children...  You cannot register online.  You can get the info online, and the either fax the form in or go down to the quin O...
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By Chris Alston, Silicon Valley, California
(Chris Alston (Keller Williams Realty, Silicon Valley, California))
Hiking in Linda Vista Park, Cupertino CA Ever wanted to do a great hike, close to home, but feels so far away?  Try Linda Vista Park.  It is located on Linda Vista Drive in Cupertino.  At first you wouldn't think you can do some hiking here, but the path is there, right up to the top. The park as play structures, and the hiking trail can be found from the middle of the parking lot going up the trail.  The hike is for moderate hikers, as it is pretty much an uphill walk to the top of the hill.  When you get to the top, you will be rewarded with a view of the SF Bay, the bridges, Mountain View, San Jose, Cupertino, the hills and the city. Just watch out for poison oak.  It can grow heavy in places after the winter/spring rains, but dies back a bit in the summer.  The hike to the top shoul...
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Having shot several thousand homes here in Silicon Valley over the last four years, I'm often asked the same question by real estate agents and photographers alike: "What kind of camera do you use?"  The answer: I've used many cameras, all with their own distinct advantages and disadvantages.  From the Canon 5D to my Olympus C7070, I've experimented with tons of camera/lens combinations in the search of an affordable solution that I can confidently recommend to fellow photographers and real estate agents alike.  The bottom line is that your choice will boil down to two types of digital cameras: "SLR" cameras are great and offer wide angle options, but the're expensive and require additional lenses to be purchased.  "Prosumer" cameras are quite affordable, however most lack wide angle le...
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