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Home sales: Unusually strong week for high-end homes as two properties sell for $20M plus
Two Midpeninsula properties sold for $20 million or over: a six-bedroom Atherton home custom-built in 2009 sold for $20 million and a 6.4-acre Woodside estate with a vineyard went for $22.5 million. Thursday, 8:33 AM
Home sales: $4.1 million Menlo Park home is the week’s highest seller
A complete list of home sales on the Midpeninsula, where Menlo Park recorded the highest sale at $4.1 million for a recently updated four-bedroom home in West Menlo Park. The property last sold in 2019 for $2.1 million. Monday, 10:57 AM
Home sales: Atherton has highest sale at $10.5 million
A complete list of home sales on the Midpeninsula, where Atherton recorded the highest sale at $10.5 million for a four-bedroom home built in 2006.
Wednesday, 7:31 PM
Home sales: Palo Alto home is top seller at $4.75M
A complete list of home sales on the Midpeninsula, where Palo Alto recorded the highest sale at $4.75 million for a five-bedroom home in the Crescent Park neighborhood. The property last sold in 2010 for $2.48 million. Monday, 12:47 PM
City suspends some building and planning permit expirations
The Palo Alto City Council has temporarily suspended the expiration of some building and planning applications, permits and entitlements. Monday, 12:54 PM
Real Estate Matters: Coronavirus crisis reshapes spring real estate market
As with so many other sectors of the economy, the Midpeninsula's real estate market has been upended by the state's stay-at-home order in response to the coronavirus crisis. Friday, 3:23 PM | 4 comments
Home Front: Officials deem real estate an essential; Menlo Park permit center goes virtual
A roundup of local home and garden news, including the California Association of Realtors' advice for agents in the field, Menlo Park processing permit applications online and ways to enjoy Filoli's lush gardens on the internet. Friday, 2:25 PM
Dot-com crash 'not even close' to what's happening now
Founding CEO of Peninsula powerhouse brokerage shares his thoughts on how the coronavirus might affect local markets -- and prepares for the May release of his new book about the real estate industry. Thursday, 7:00 PM | 16 comments
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