San Carlos – The City of Good Living – Just Got Easier to Find Parking

San Carlos – The City of Good Living – Just Got Easier to Find Parking

Very cool news from the City of San Carlos – they will be utilizing an app called Parker for smart phone users to find real-time available parking spots near their favorite restaurants and shops in San Carlos.  This should truly help us all find that one spot so we can jump out and enjoy food and fun in San Carlos.  For more information please visit the City of San Carlos website below.

I read this article at: http://www.cityofsancarlos.org/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=1049&TargetID=21

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http://www.cityofsancarlos.org/civica/press/display.asp?layout=1&Entry=657

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San Mateo County Median Home Sale Price in January 2014 up 42.8% over January 2013

Now this put a smile on my face – great news for homeowners on the San Francisco Peninsula!!!!

San Mateo County Median Home Sales Price in January 2014 up to 42.8% over January 2013

In January 2014 the median sale price for a single family home in San Mateo County was $992,500 compared to the median sale price from January 2013 of $695,000. Year over year that’s a greater than 42% increase.

WOW – now that is great news – right from the source – MLSlistings.com

Curious what your home is worth in today’s market – contact The Caton Team – we would love to prepare a customized market analysis on your home and share its worth with you!

Thinking about selling?  Now is the time to start getting into gear – The Caton Team is here to help!  There is much to do before the For Sale sign even makes it to the lawn – and with our tried and true marketing plan, we can smooth out the process.  Let us know how we can help!

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The Importance of the 1st Time Buyer

The Importance of the 1st Time Buyer

 

The first-time homebuyer is the cornerstone of the real estate market.  Without this highly motivated individual – there would be no real estate market.

Why you ask?  Growth and market recovery starts from the bottom.  And there is no better foundation to grow upon than the hopes and dreams of the first-time buyer.

This group of determined individuals fuels the market.   These people are the movers and the shakers of the world.  Why?  Because they have determination.

There is no greater want than the security of a home.  Home is where the heart is, because that is where your family lives.  That’s why I became a Realtor – I digress.

The first-time homebuyer faces the most challenges.  First – you gotta nail that great paying job so the saving can begin.  Those who truly want to own a home will start saving aggressively.  They will need money for the down payment, the closing costs, not to mention about 6 months of emergency funds the bank likes to call “reserves”.  The prospective first-time homebuyer may need to cut back on the dinners out, vacations, new cars, etc and start to squirrel away enough dough to make it happen.

God Bless the first-time homebuyer.

When someone can buy their first home, it is the first rung to financial security.  When people can buy their first home, the sellers, who now have earned equity since they bought it – well now they can sell and move forward in their real estate journey and buy their second place.  So on and so forth, as a dear friend and client would say.

I love working with the first-time homebuyer because of the passion behind their eyes.  So much to learn and see – it’s exciting to go on this journey together.

So all you potential first-time buyers out there – keep saving your money, cut some corners and live your “mortgage” budget – because 2014 is primed to be a wonderful year here on the peninsula.

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List of Farmers’ Markets in San Mateo County

Who doesn’t love a good farmers’ market!  I used to think you had to wait till Sprint – till Susan found this schedule on the County of San Mateo website – so I had to share.  Please enjoy – and maybe we’ll see you there!

 

SATURDAY  
 
Coastside Farmers’ Market *** May – December
  Shoreline Station 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  225 Cabrillo Hwy  
  Half Moon Bay  
     
Daly City Certified Farmers’ Market *** All Year
  Serramonte Shopping Center 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  Serramonte Boulevard, behind Target  
  Daly City  
     
Millbrae Certified Farmers’ Market All Year
  200 Block of Broadway

between Victoria & La Cruz

Millbrae

8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
     
San Mateo Certified Farmers’ Market *** All Year
  College of San Mateo

West Hillsdale & Campus Drive

San Mateo

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
     
Redwood City Certified Farmers’ Market * April – November
  Winslow & Middlefield, near Broadway

Redwood City

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 Noon
     
South San Francisco Farmers’ Market *** May – October
  Orange Memorial Park

Tennis Drive between Orange Ave and N. Canal

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
   
Foster City Charter Square Farmers’ Market All Year
  791 Beach Park Blvd

Foster City

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
   
Web Ranch Certified Farmers Market Jan – Nov
  2720 Alpine Road 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
  Portola Valley  
     
SUNDAY  
 
The Fresh Market, Burlingame April – December
  Burlingame Avenue

between Park & Primrose Road

Burlingame

9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
     
Belmont Certified Farmers’ Market *** All Year
  El Camino Real at O’Neill

Belmont

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
   
Menlo Park Certified Farmers’ Market All Year
  Chestnut at Crane

Menlo Park

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
   
West Coast Farmers’ Market at San Bruno June – Nov
  San Mateo Drive

between Jenevein and Sylvan Ave

San Bruno

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
     
West Coast Farmers’ Market at Harbor Village All Year
  270 Capistrano Road, Suite 28

Half Moon Bay

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
     
Woodside Farmers’ Market  April – October
  Woodside Elementary School

Woodside

12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
     
TUESDAY  
 
25th Avenue Certified Farmers’ Market *** May – October
  194 W 25th Avenue

San Mateo

4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
     
Kaiser Hospital – South San Francisco ***  May – October
  1200 El Camino Real

South San Francisco

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
   
WEDNESDAY  
 
Kaiser Hospital – Redwood City *** May – October
  Maple St @ Marshall St.

Redwood City

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
     
Coastside Farmers’ Market *** May – December
  Rockaway Beach District

400 Old County Road

Pacifica

2:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
     
East Palo Alto Community Farmers’ Market *** April – December
  1798-A Bay Road

East Palo Alto

12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
     
PJCC Farmers’ Market ** All Year
  800 Foster City Blvd

Foster City

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m
     
Mountain Goat Farmers’ Market  
  17285 Skyline Blvd

(intersection of 84 & Skyline)

Woodside

March – October

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Nov – Dec

2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

     
Web Ranch Certified Farmers Market Jan – Nov
  2720 Alpine Road 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
  Portola Valley  
     
THURSDAY  
 
Daly City Certified Farmers’ Market *** All Year
  Serramonte Shopping Center

Serramonte Boulevard, behind Target

Daly City

9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
     
San Carlos Certified Farmers’ Market May – September
  Laurel St. between Olive & Cherry

San Carlos

4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
     
The Fresh Market – Burlingame April – September
  Burlingame Avenue

between Park & Primrose Road

Burlingame

4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
     
Pescadero Grown *** May – November
  350 Stage Road

Pescadero

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
     
San Mateo County Employees Farmers’ Market June – Oct
  County Government Center

Redwood City

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

(twice a month)

   
Portola Valley Farmers’ Market Apr – Oct
  765 Portola Road

Portola Valley

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
  Nov – Mar
  2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
   
Brisbane Community Farmers’ Market All Year
  11 Old County Road

Brisbane

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

 

For updated info please visit: http://www.co.sanmateo.ca.us/portal/site/cmo/menuitem.7592865717b71e7455f3cdc7917332a0/?vgnextoid=882374bfd76a0210VgnVCM1000001d37230aRCRD&vgnextfmt=subDivisionsDetails

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3 Costly Cases of Hot Market Wishful Thinking – Fabulous Article

I truly enjoyed reading this blog because I’ve been faced with this challenge in my own Real Estate career.  It’s one of the hardest conversations to have.  Please enjoy – and I added my 2 cents in italics.

 

3 Costly Cases of Hot Market Wishful Thinking

 

“Oh, how I wish. . .” started no wise real estate decision ever. There’s a reason they call it real estate, folks. That’s because we’re dealing with the most tangible type of property around – land – and the buildings that, formally speaking, represent improvements to that land.

Attempting to apply fantasy-realm wishes to real-life, real land situations is never a setup for success. But when the market is hot and you have a goal or a timeline, engaging in wishful thinking is not just foolhardy – it can be costly.

As evidence, here are three common, costly cases of wishful thinking that tend to arise in areas where the market is hot, offers are plentiful and prices are rising. Consider these red flags and take heed in the event you find yourself engaging in any of them:

1. Wishing the house you’re seeing was in a different neighborhood. You’ve seen 2 dozens houses, and put in offers on a dozen. No dice. And your agent keeps pushing you to look in a lower price range, assuring you that you can find what you want. And then they show it to you: safe neighborhood, good school district, good commute to work, just the house you wanted, really – but not in the tony hills or hot downtown district you’ve been trying to get into.

Wishing that you could “pick the place up and set it back down” in your desired neighborhood will not make it so, no matter how many times you say it. The reality is that when you have been outbid a double-digit number of times, something about your approach is not working. You either have to downgrade your specs in terms of the property you seek, maybe looking for something smaller, a condo instead of a single-family home or something in less-pristine condition or you need to shift your location criteria – and that can mean a neighborhood change.

Part of the reason this wish is dangerous is that the white-hot markets in many towns are hyper-localized in the Most Desirable Neighborhood in Town. That’s where the competition among buyers and bidding wars are the most intense. If you’re not prepared to house hunt for homes quite a bit lower than your top dollar to set yourself up for success, or if there simply are no homes in that neighborhood listed below your top dollar, you might need to face the reality check that you simply can’t afford to buy there now.

Stop wishing the home you can afford were in a different neighborhood, because if it were, chances are good you wouldn’t be able to afford it, either! Understand that you’ll be able to level-up your neighborhoods as time goes on and you buy your next home – and the one after that – and don’t let your inflexibility paralyze your house hunt so long that prices all over town rise even more.

A friend once told me – if wishes were horses – we’d all be riding.  Don’t be the buyer on the horse.  Buying in the San Francisco Bay Area is one of the hardest markets to get in to and catch up with.  If you cannot buy where you thought you wanted to live – look around – we’re still in the Bay Area and as prices increase – it will increase across the board.  Talk with your Realtor to find the next up and coming area.

2. Hoping that perfect house gets no other offers, even though every other house you’ve bid on has had 54. There’s a fine line between wishing something were true and denying the reality of what actually is true. Facing reality, even when it’s painful or means you can’t have what you want, allows you to make your own action plan for getting the best possible results with the resources you have – or a plan for getting more resources, whichever route you choose to go.

As a buyer in a seller’s market, actually as a buyer in any type of market, it’s ultimately up to you and only you how much you offer on a home. Your mortgage broker can try to get you qualified as high as your income will allow, your agent can get you the comps and give you strategic advice on the average list price-to-sale price ratio, but you are the be-all and end-all decision-maker on offer price, and that’s as it should be.

But if you wield your weighty decision-making power to make lowball or at-asking offers in situations where you are virtually guaranteed to run into high levels of competition, that’s a poor use of your powers. Not only do you set yourself up for failure, you do so at the near-certain likelihood of adding to the demotivating, depressing, discouraging momentum of the times when you get overbid despite giving it your legitimate best efforts. That frustration often leads to analysis and calling a house hunting time-out. And that, in turn, often leads to buying at a time when prices are even higher, and getting ultimately even less home for your money.

I have heard this exact comment and was speechless for a moment.  You cannot wish away the competition.  And asking your Realtor to find a house no one is bidding on – is nuts.  Stop wasting your time and that of the professional you hired and own the fact that you want to buy a home and so does everyone else.  Instead of beating yourself and your Realtor up – think outside the box.  The Caton Team has several offer strategies to set your offer above the rest.  

3. Wishing prices weren’t going up so fast. Here’s the deal: when prices were flat or falling, buyers were (understandably) stressed at the prospect of buying a depreciating asset. Now that they’re ascending, it’s not at all uncommon to hear buyers bemoan that, too. The fact is, the moment escrow closes and your Facebook status changes from house hunter to home owner the fact that prices are rising, and fast, will shift in your mind’s eye from curse to blessing, quick-like.

Rising prices and a recovering market might be what emboldened you to buy, empowered you to sell a formerly underwater home, and certainly have been inextricably intertwined with the increase in jobs. If prices weren’t rising, many of these other things might not be materializing, either, and that wouldn’t be so great.

Wishing prices weren’t going up so fast contributes to a costly form of denial – denial of the reality that they are. This can cause buyers to persist in making lowball offers and wasting their precious time on homes they can’t compete for within in their budget range, all while their smart targets are appreciating rapidly – and that’s how people get priced out of the market, right under their noses.

Don’t let your home buyer dreams fall prey to this costly wish-based pitfall. Work with your agent to stay in the loop about how prices are trending throughout your house hunt, and use that knowledge to power your decision-making about what price range to house hunt in and what price to offer for target properties.

Prices rising means recovery is in full swing.  I totally agree with Tara, it was interesting to watch buyers hang on the fence instead of buying during the bust.  Homes were so cheap – low competition – and there was so much inventory.  But it was scary for some people.  Me, I was born and raised on this blessed peninsula – so I always knew we’d recover.  Jobs, culture, weather – all the factors are here.  So, if you want to buy a home, give your Realtor a call – don’t have one?  Call The Caton Team.  We’ll sit down and review your plans and help you come up with a path to attain your goals.  650-568-5522.  

ALL: What are your real estate wishes, and how do you ground yourself in reality?

Thank you Tara for another great read!

I read this article at: http://www.trulia.com/blog/taranelson/2013/11/3_costly_cases_of_hot_market_wishful_thinking

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Ever had a Crush on a House?

Ever had a Crush on a House?

Realtor.com® Survey: Men, Women Dig on Digs Differently

So, you’ve got it bad for “the one” — you know, the one that keeps you awake at night fantasizing about the day when you can be together.

Wait a second. We aren’t talking about that one — we’re referring to a different kind of love affair: a “home crush.” If you’ve found yourself swooning over a house you just can’t get out of your head, you’re not alone.

In a new realtor.com® survey, 69 percent of the 1,000 people who responded said they have had a “home crush” – a home they liked so much that they were drawn back to looking at it more than once online or in person.

“We conducted the survey to see how searching for ‘the one’ in real estate correlates to searching for ‘the one’ in love, and we found that they are very similar,” said Barbara O’Connor, chief marketing officer at realtor.com®. “Buyers have to evaluate crushes based on turn-ons and turn-offs and whether the home is in their league, so they often find themselves spending a good amount of time checking out their crush online.”

But what do you do when you’re pining for that perfect dwelling? Just as in romance, men and women respond to their home crushes quite differently, the survey found. Women were more likely than men to have a crush on a home that was out of their league financially, while men moved from one home crush to another more frequently than women.

Men and women tend to fall for the same things when it comes to houses, though. Of those surveyed, 54 percent of women and 46 percent of men said they tended to fall in love with outdoor living spaces. Women also swooned for open floor plans and appliances and fixtures, while men’s hearts raced over a good garage and curb appeal.

“Whether it’s love or real estate, having a short list of deal breakers is critical for finding ‘the one’ to help buyers weed through the crushes to find the home of their dreams,” said Leslie Piper, consumer housing specialist at realtor.com®.

Majority of all surveyed consumers report having a home crush:

69 percent of those surveyed said they have had a house crush

31 percent said they have not had a crush on a house

Women are more likely to cultivate crushes on homes that are out of their league financially:

Of the women included in the survey…

41 percent revealed that their home crush is out of their price range

59 percent reported that their home crush is in their price range

 

Of the men included in the survey…

30 percent indicated their home crush is out of their price range

70 percent shared that their home crush is in their price range

 

I’ve had my share of home crushes – for myself and my client.  Have you?  Please share!

 

I read this article at: http://www.realtor.com/news/men-women-dig-on-digs-differently/?cid=EML301887&MID=2014_02_BoB_2013_ROLLOUT&RID=9851214#.Uvvp9Xl4wpE

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Free Dirt in San Carlos – Actually it’s Free Compost!

Who says you can’t get anything for free these days?  San Carlos is giving away free compost to residents at the Shoreway Environmental Center at 333 Shoreway Road in San Carlos – courtesy of South Bay Recycling.  Simply visit Gate 1 with proof of residency and pick up your lush compost.  For more information and restrictions – please visit the City of San Carlos website below. 

I read this article at: http://www.cityofsancarlos.org/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=943&TargetID=21

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