Real Estate

Highs and lows

Home prices range from six to eight figures

From August through September this year, home prices land all over the board. The highest sales were seen in Atherton and Palo Alto, recording $31 million and $30 million, respectively, according to homes sales from the Palo Alto Weekly's August and September editions.

The ranges in price vary depending on what the sale included or how the transaction was carried out. Atherton definitely stands out as having the widest range in price, from $272,000 to $31 million. That is a difference of $30,728,000.

The data also shows that areas such as Los Altos Hills and Portola Valley have a limited number of sales and the prices are more homogenous.

---

Lowest home sale from August and September 2015

Atherton: $272,000

East Palo Alto: $332,000

Los Altos: $805,000

Los Altos Hills: $2,400,000

Menlo Park: $495,000

Mountain View: $520,000

Palo Alto: $227,000

Portola Valley: $2,000,000

Woodside: $780,000

---

Highest home sale from August and September 2015

Atherton: $31,000,000

East Palo Alto: $921,000

Los Altos: $3,660,000

Los Altos Hills: $6,300,000

Menlo Park: $5,875,000

Mountain View: $4,740,000

Palo Alto: $30,000,000

Portola Valley: $5,500,000

Woodside: $14,500,000

---

Number of home sales from August and September 2015

Atherton: 16

East Palo Alto: 53

Los Altos: 60

Los Altos Hills: 14

Menlo Park: 90

Mountain View: 116

Palo Alto: 95

Portola Valley: 13

Woodside: 20

---

Information is provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the county recorder's office. The home sales recorded from deeds after the close of escrow and published within four to eight weeks.

---

This article appeared in print in the Fall Real Estate 2015 publication.

Comments

Sorry, but further commenting on this topic has been closed.

Couples: Drop Your Keyboard!
By Chandrama Anderson | 0 comments | 6,046 views

Tell Me: Are Parents Today Overreacting to Child Safety Concerns?
By Diana Diamond | 15 comments | 2,118 views

Coffeebar to expand to Redwood City
By Elena Kadvany | 0 comments | 1,651 views

A Concrete Joy: The Life and Love of Charlie Foley-Hughes
By Aldis Petriceks | 0 comments | 679 views

Climate Friendly Cuisine Conference
By Laura Stec | 0 comments | 282 views