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Dozens of Hercules Quality Properties Are Available Now !

 

Looking for a quiet small town close to San Francisco, Oakland with San Pablo Bay access. Consider Hercules.

 

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Ideally situated on beautiful San Pablo Bay,

midway between San Francisco and Napa, with handsome homes,

safe neighborhoods, and many exciting new projects planned, this diverse

waterfront community is poised to expand its reputation as a great place to live.

 

112 Trellis Bay – Victoria by The Bay Hercules CA – MLS 40612857, walk to the bay to play ! ride bus to SF !

 

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112 Trellis Bay – Victoria by The Bay Hercules CA – MLS 40612857

This home has over 3,400 sq ft of living space on a 7,300 sq ft lot. Custom paint, large kitchen/family room combo, garden oasis, 2 junior suites, one of which is downstairs. 3 car garage. Seven minute walk to San Pablo Bay.

Easy bus service to San Francisco and BART.

 

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Contact Jaynelle, 510.206.7144, jaynelle.bell at gmail dot com for details

 

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DQNews – California April House Sales – Press Release

An estimated 39,051 new and resale houses and condos sold statewide last month. That was up 3.4 percent from 37,764 in March, and up 2.1 percent from 38,241 sales in April 2012, according to San Diego-based DataQuick.

Last month’s sales count was the strongest for an April since 48,894 homes were sold in April 2006. California April sales have varied from a low of 27,625 in 1995 to a high of 71,638 in 2004. Last month’s sales were 11.1 percent below the average of 43,920 sales for all the months of April since 1988, when DataQuick’s statistics begin.

The median price paid for a home in California last month was $324,000, which is the highest for any month since the median was $328,000 in June 2008. Last month’s median was up 3.5 percent from $313,000 in March and up 22.7 percent from $264,000 in April 2012. April was the 14th consecutive month in which the state’s median sale price rose year-over-year. In March/April/May 2007 the median peaked at $484,000. The post-peak trough was $221,000 in April 2009.

Of the existing homes sold last month, 13.5 percent were properties that had been foreclosed on during the past year – the lowest level since foreclosure resales were 12.6 percent of the resale market in September 2007. Last month’s figure was down from a revised 15.0 percent in March and 30.3 percent a year earlier. Foreclosure resales peaked at 58.8 percent in February 2009.

Short sales – transactions where the sale price fell short of what was owed on the property – made up an estimated 17.7 percent of the homes that resold last month. That was down from a revised estimate of 19.7 percent the month before and 23.9 percent a year earlier.

The typical mortgage payment that home buyers committed themselves to paying last month was $1,157. That was up from $1,134 in March and up from $1,010 a year earlier. Adjusted for inflation, last month’s typical payment was 49.8 percent below the 1989 peak of the prior real estate cycle, and 59.3 percent below the 2006 peak of the current cycle.

DataQuick monitors real estate activity nationwide and provides information to consumers, educational institutions, public agencies, lending institutions, title companies and industry analysts.

Indicators of market distress continue to decline. Foreclosure activity remains well below year-ago and peak levels reached several years ago. Financing with multiple mortgages is low, while down payment sizes are stable, DataQuick reported.

Media calls: Andrew LePage (916)456-7157 or alepage@dqnews.com

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California home prices soar 8 percent in 1 month – AP State News – The Sacramento Bee

California’s median home sales price soared more than 8 percent from February to March – the latest evidence of the fast-paced recovery in the state’s housing market as buyers compete for thin supplies, a research firm said Thursday.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/04/18/5352887/supply-affects-sf-bay-area-march.html#storylink=cpy

 

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Cher Puts Her Venice Home On The Market – Celebrity Real Estate – REALTOR.com

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Cher Puts Her Venice Home On The Market – Celebrity Real Estate – REALTOR.com.

Academy Award-winning actress Cher has listed a three bedroom home in Venice, California for $1,899,500. The remodeled contemporary home is located within walking distance to Main Street and Abbot Kinney. The modern home has high ceilings and sliding glass walls and has been done with high-end finishes throughout. The master suite includes a fireplace and large walk-in closet. A rooftop deck features a built-in barbecue, sink, and refrigerator. Cher bought the home several years ago for just over $1.5 million.  Rayni Romito and Branden Williams of Hilton & Hyland have the listing.

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