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Palomares Hills was built by Shapel. There are homes in Palomares Hills that range from 22 years in age to as new as 9 years and consist of Single Family homes, Duets and Townhouses. There are some beautiful view homes and it is an exclusive area with Villareal as the main road leading into the area.
Palomares Hills is close to highway 580 and is an easy drive to the Pleasanton Stoneridge shopping Mall. The Elementary school is Jensen Ranch and as mentioned earlier it is a top rated award winning school.
Five Canyons was built by Centex. These are newer than Palomares Hills and range from 14 years to the newest being 8 year old. There are 5 developments in Five Canyons that have all Single Family Homes. They are Gold Creek, Canyon Oaks, Abbeywood, Whispering Oaks and Creekside. There is another development in Five Canyons that consist of townhouse and that area is called Wildwood.
A new Montessori school was built next to the Wildwood development. The elementary school for Five Canyons is Independent School which is also excellent.
Five Canyons is close to Mission, Highway 880, 92 and 580. As of today August 28, 2009, there are 11 homes in Five Canyons and Palomares Hills ranging from $459,000-$927,000.
If there is anything you need to know about Five Canyons, Palomares Hills, Castro Valley Schools or Castro Valley in general, you can reach me at 510-279-9580. You can also go to my website at: http://www.helpusellachievers.com
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As per the Bay East Association of Realtors, days on Market (DOM) for the Castro Valley area year-to-date is around 96. The median single family home price in Castro Valley for April was $480,000. As of the last day of April there were 125 active homes in Castro Valley. At current selling rates this means there is approximately 3 months of inventory in Castro Valley remaining. For a list of Castro Valley Homes for sale, Real Estate listings, California Real Estate go to http://www.helpusellachievers.com or contact Meena at 510-279-9580.
The kitchen is a good place to start removing clutter, because it is an easy place to start. First, get everything off the counters, even the toaster. Put the toaster in a cabinet and take it out when you use it. Find a place where you can store everything in cabinets and drawers. Clean the cabinets out including the dishes, pots and pans that rarely get used. Put them in a box, and put that box in storage, too.
Homebuyers will open all your cabinets and drawers, especially in the kitchen. They want to be sure there is enough room for their “stuff.” If your kitchen cabinets, pantries, and drawers look full, it sends a negative message to the buyer and does not promote an image of plentiful storage space. The best way to do that is to have as much “empty space” as possible. Do this with every cabinet and drawer. Create open space.
Closets are great for accumulating clutter, though you may not think of it as clutter like extra clothes and shoes, things you rarely wear but cannot bear to be without. Do without these items for a couple of months by putting them in storage, because these items can make your closets look “crammed full.”
Many people have too much furniture in certain rooms to give the illusion of space that a homebuyer would like to see. You may want to tour some builders’ models to see how they place furniture in the model homes. Observe how they place furniture in the models so you get some ideas on what to remove and what to leave in your house.
Basements, garages, attics, and sheds accumulate not only clutter, but junk. These areas should be as empty as possible so that buyers can imagine what they would do with the space. Remove anything that is not essential and take it to the storage area.
Take a step back and pretend you are a buyer. Let your agent that specializes in Castro Valley, California help you determine what needs to be removed. For more ideas on selling your home for the best possible price go to: http://www.helpusellachievers.com or contact Meena at 510-279-9580.
As per the Bay East Association of Realtors, Days on Market (DOM) for the Castro Valley area year-to-date is around 86. The median single family home price in Castro Valley for November was $462,500. As of the last day of November there were 162 active homes in Castro Valley. At current selling rates this means there is approximately 5 months of inventory in Castro Valley remaining.
For a list of Castro Valley Homes for sale, Real Estate listings, California Real Estate go to http://www.helpusellachievers.com or contact Meena at 510-279-9580.