There are 9 blog entries for October 2009.
Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 at 12:32pm. 380 Views, 0 Comments.
San Anselmo, CA is one of the more upscale and luxurious areas of Marin County. Situated just north of San Francisco, this Bay Area community offers a sense of separation and respite from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco but is still within the space of an easy commute for those who work in the city but do not desire to live there full-time. This community is very popular and finding San Anselmo, CA homes for sale generally requires that one engage the services of a realtor to ensure that one is availed of the best options.
San Anselmo, CA homes for sale generally start at around $1 million. This community, on the whole, tends to be affluent. There are usually a number of homes available whose prices are closer to $700,000, as well. There are areas…
Monday, October 26th, 2009 at 9:38am. 345 Views, 0 Comments.
Like real estate throughout the country, Marin County, CA real estate is subject to the fluctuations of the market. This area, however, has remained consistently popular with residents of the Bay Area and beyond. Part of this is the constancy of the market. While many areas see a continuous flood of new housing erected almost constantly, Marin County has the characteristic of being a stable community with a great deal of upscale housing. These communities also provide residents excellent access to the many areas of natural beauty which characterize this county.
Marin County also has the advantage of being close to San Francisco but not so close that every community feels as if it’s in a major urban center. Despite this sense of removal from the hustle…
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 at 4:47pm. 358 Views, 0 Comments.
Marin County homes for sale, on the whole, tend to be upscale affairs whose residents are attracted to the area by the safety, security and sense of community most areas of this county afford. This region is geographically large and begins above the Golden Gate Bridge where Mill Valley offers a laid-back lifestyle very close to all the city has to offer. Other communities in the county including Sleepy Hollow, San Rafael and the many other cities have their own advantages and have become very popular with families who want something more out of the Bay Area.
Marin County homes for sale tend to be few in number and they move relatively quickly. Much of the reason for this is that this area is stable, not a home to the endless tract housing developments…
Monday, October 19th, 2009 at 6:43am. 938 Views, 0 Comments.
With the real estate market having undergone one of the largest adjustments in the last 100 years, many individuals are left wondering about buying in the Bay Area and if San Anselmo real estate is the right choice. The answer to those questions largely depends upon the individual’s wants and needs as far as lifestyle goes and whether they’re looking for a home that is more individualized than what is generally available on the market. This community does offer a genuine sense of cohesiveness, something which is rare these days.
San Anselmo real estate is in the upscale bracket in the vast majority of cases. This community is popular with affluent individuals, especially with those who have school-age children. This area boasts some of the finest school…
Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 at 5:52am. 400 Views, 0 Comments.
Marin Country real estate is an investment that allows those who put the money down to buck the trend where this type of investment is concerned. When people think of real estate investment, they generally think of places they don’t even intend to live and which serve only as financial instruments. Marin County allows those who have money to put into the market to purchase not only a house but a viable home in one of the most desirable parts of the Bay Area. It also allows buyers to make an investment in an improved lifestyle.
Where real estate is concerned, the phrase “location, location, location” has become a cliché only because it is true. Marin County real estate enjoys a location which is proximate to the city of San Francisco but where the culture…
Monday, October 12th, 2009 at 7:17am. 944 Views, 0 Comments.
San Anselmo is an upscale community located in Marin County, CA. Homes for sale in this area have an average price of $1 million. The area is characterized by having a very cohesive sense of community, excellent school districts and for being a safe environment. The area is also home to large tracts of land which are beacons for those who enjoy hiking, biking and other sports that involve spending time in the great outdoors. While the $1 million mark may seem exclusive to some buyers, a full 30% of the available homes in this area hover around the $700,000 mark.
San Anselmo is very much connected to the city of San Francisco itself without being overwhelmed by the frenzy of the city. Those who work in the city will find ample public transportation that…
Friday, October 9th, 2009 at 3:44pm. 376 Views, 0 Comments.
Marin County, CA homes for sale comprise some of the most diverse and generally upscale options on the market. There are very significant reasons that this area has remained consistently popular and one of those reasons is the diverse selection of homes available. Rather than being characterized by the oftentimes bland selections available in other parts of the Bay Area, Marin County has its own look and feel and the homes tend to be very personal and not the commonplace looking tract housing that has taken over vast stretches of the Bay Area.
Marin County, CA homes for sale are oftentimes sought by those who live in San Francisco and either want some distance from the city itself or who want an easier commute than what they would have from the East Bay…
Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 at 1:31pm. 414 Views, 0 Comments.
230 Hazel Ave., Mill Valley
6BD/4.5BA includes separate Guest Cottage
Come home to peaceful serenity in this gracious Mill Valley classic. This sensational home is a symphony of wood and glass, light and elegance, with soaring spaces inside and out. Nestled in its own lush, half-acre redwood grove, with lovely views to Mount Tamalpais and across Cascade Canyon, and a seasonal creek running through the property, nature is on your doorstep. Open plan, easy-flow living areas are cleverly designed to offer a ‘Great Room’ feel while maintaining separate dining and family rooms, perfect for entertaining. Constructed on a grand scale, but with a surprising number of intimate spaces to enjoy the peaceful surroundings, its many French…
Monday, October 5th, 2009 at 5:22am. 904 Views, 0 Comments.
Marin is bursting in October sunshine and as the weather cools and families settle into the routine, we are optimistic about the real estate market after a slow down in September. The reports of increased unemployment gave the stock market a hit in the past week and the number of home sales was down in September from the month before. Despite the signs that this market is not going to jump upwards in the near future, we still see positive activity in sales. Buyers are still in the driver’s seat as the inventory stays high and prices stay low and sellers are realizing that holding on with the expectation that next Spring will be a better selling environment is not a good decision. They also realize that when they sell and put on the buyer’s hat, they will…