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Friday, April 3, 2020

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 | 1 comment
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 | No comments yet

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Local realtors: Midpeninsula may see some resiliency in housing market despite virus' short-term impact

The tech-fueled economy, low interest rates that could increase this fall, and a high percentage of potential buyers who don't need to sell property to buy could help resuscitate the market in late spring or early summer.

Thursday, 7:09 PM | No comments yet
Home front: Find native plants for butterflies, Gamble Spring Tour canceled

A roundup of local home and garden news, including how to use a native plant database to find plants that help butterflies and Gamble Garden's announcement that their Spring Tour is canceled.

Thursday, 6:48 PM | No comments yet
Building permits

A listing of building permits approved by the city of Palo Alto.

Thursday, 5:53 PM | No comments yet
Home sales: Woodside has week's top seller with $18.4M estate

A complete list of home sales on the Midpeninsula, where Woodside recorded the highest sale at $18.4 million for a five-bedroom farmhouse-style estate built in 2003. The property last sold in 2011 for $12.5 million.

Thursday, 5:53 PM | No comments yet

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