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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 11-15-14.

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Behind the Numbers: $2,000,000 Home Sales in San Carlos.

The number of homes to sell for $2,000,000 or above in San Carlos has by almost 70% in 2014. While this may not be totally surprising given the state of the local economy, there are some interesting trends that emerge when we dig into the numbers.

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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 11-15-14.

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The pendulum swung back toward the buyers direction this past week in San Carlos, at least temporarily, as ten new listings made their debut on the market. And during the same period of time only one home went into contract, which combined to temporarily push the inventory of single-family homes briefly up to 18.  That’s not a huge number, but it’s 80% more than what we had at the same time just a week ago.  Unless we get a similar push of new listings this week, don’t expect the inventory to stay at this level for long — homes that are on the market now are either going to sell, or you can expect that sellers who haven’t been successful may consider taking their home off the market for the holidays, and try a fresh start after the first of the year.   Either way, I believe we will be looking at fairly sparse inventory from this point through the end of the year.

Here are the details from last week:

By the Numbers.

Below is a high-level view of the market performance for single-family residences in San Carlos. This data is for the week ending 11-15-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 11-15-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 6 3
Average Sold Price: $1,590,833 $1,833,333
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $762 $776
Average Sold – Percentage Of List Price: 108% 117%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 22 11
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 19 23
No. of Active Listings: 18 10
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,391,035 $1,632,066
Average DOM of Active Listings: 32 57
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $770 $760
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.94 : 1 0.48: 1

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San Carlos Youth Softball Registration Now Open.

November 14, 2014 Living in San Carlos 2 Comments
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Spring Rec League Sign-Ups.

Although the youth soccer season hasn’t even wrapped up yet, it’s time for your aspiring athletes to start planning ahead for next year, especially if you have a softball player in the house.  The San Carlos Youth Softball Association (SCYSA) announced that registration is now open on their website for the Spring 2015 season.

SCYSA is a fantastic fast-pitch softball league that’s just for the girls.  The spring league is more of a recreational pace, with a focus on balanced teams, and an “everyone plays” approach –much like AYSO soccer.   Teams generally play against other teams in San Carlos, and it’s a great time for the girls.

If your daughter is an advanced softball player and wants a higher level of competition, then she probably already knows about the San Carlos Force summer select team.  This is a tryout-based team that plays tournament ball over the summer months, and sometimes into the fall.  San Carlos has put some very competitive Force teams on the field in the past few years, several of which have made it all the way to the National Championships.  And quite a few players have graduated from the Force program to shine on local high school diamonds, and even nationwide at the collegiate level.

More details about sign-ups can be found on the SCYSA website.

Play ball, ladies!
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Redwood City’s Downtown Development Will Impact San Carlos Real Estate..

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Redwood City is Growing Up.

It seems as if you can’t drive anywhere through downtown Redwood City these days without bumping into some sort of major commercial development project that’s in process. With no fewer than four different construction cranes that are towering over the horizon and cavernous underground garages being carved out, downtown Redwood City is on a development tear unlike anything we’ve seen in recent history. Between new upscale apartment complexes, high-end condominium/retail buildings, and simply commercial office space, downtown Redwood City is rapidly growing “up” right before our eyes.

And this development is not going unnoticed by Silicon Valley.

Redwood City is no stranger to hosting technology companies. One of the biggest tech giants in the world has its iconic glass towered headquarters in Redwood Shores, and a whole slew of start-ups are filling the office towers all around the Oracle mothership. Also, the Seaport Office Park is home to a number of tech companies including Dreamworks, and it’s looking very likely that one of the biggest tech companies on the planet will swallow up the majority of that office park very soon (more on that below.)  As the tech-based economy continues to grow at a breakneck pace, companies are simply running out of office space in the traditional Silicon Valley locations and are starting to look at the mid-Peninsula as the next frontier.

Downtown is Hot.

Up until just recently, there has been no real magnet to draw tech companies to the west side of 101 in Redwood City. The integration of relatively large technology companies into urban downtown areas is far from commonplace in Silicon Valley. Anyone who works in technology knows what I’m talking about — with the exception of San Francisco, the vast majority of tech companies are located in business parks that are usually devoid of restaurants, bars, dry cleaners, and coffee shops. It’s the primary reason why companies such as Google and Facebook have pulled these amenities back onto their campuses and offer them for free (or heavily subsidize them.) Sure, it’s a hiring perk, but the real reason behind these benefits is w0rker productivity. Google in particular figured out that employees are at their working desks working for far more hours every week if they don’t have to drive all the way to downtown Mountain View to get lunch every day. Now, employee subsidized cafeterias are almost commonplace in larger tech firms.

Redwood City has spent the better part of the last decade painstakingly revitalizing its downtown area. The theater complex was genesis of the downtown rebirth, and now the remainder Broadway and the Courthouse Square is teeming with new restaurants, bars and specialty shops. It’s anything but the “Deadwood City” that I grew up in. Until just recently there has been only one ingredient from the formula that was missing from attracting technology companies to the Redwood City downtown — office space.  And thanks to the brilliant foresight of the Redwood City planners, that missing ingredient will soon be filled.

Several tech start-ups have already “seen the light” with respect to what downtown Redwood City can offer.  Evernote (one of my favorite apps) has their corporate headquarters toward the end of Walnut Street, and tech start-ups Turn Inc., and YuMe Inc. have also chosen downtown Redwood City as their headquarters for the reasons cited above.

Those developments alone are quite newsworthy for this part of the Peninsula. But two recent announcements have thrust Redwood City into the “big leagues” as an aspiring technology hub.

Box and Google…Coming Soon.

GoogleThe only thing more eye-popping than the mere physical presence of the Crossing/900 building project that looms over the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Middlefield Road was the announcement that pre-IPO cloud storage company Box signed a lease to occupy all of both buildings. That would effectively bring all 1,100 employees under one roof, with room for ample expansion in the future. It was an aggressive move, but one that was lauded by those who understand what downtown Redwood City has to offer.

In another stunning development, it was recently announced that Google closed on the purchase of 6 of the towers in the Pacific Shores office complex at the end of Seaport Boulevard. While this doesn’t count as a “downtown” development, it exponentially raises Redwood City’s credibility as a technology hub, and will bring thousands of Google employees to the mid-Peninsula.

The Impact.

Will all of this development in Redwood City have an impact on the real estate market in San Carlos?  Absolutely.   First of all, it’s important to note that a significant chunk of the development that’s going on in downtown Redwood City is indeed housing – mostly in the form of mid-rise condos and apartments. For example, the old Mel’s Bowl on El Camino will soon be the home to The Lane on the Boulevard, an upscale 141-unit lease-only living facility. So clearly, developers have thought this through and are working to provide attractive housing for this incoming wave of tech workers who would like to shorten or avoid the unmanageable commutes that are now the norm in the valley. These options will certainly be attractive to the Millenials who want to live in a vibrant community that’s very close to their work, but who are perhaps not ready to commit to the responsibility of owning a single-family home just yet.

For all the rest, the net effect of this explosive growth is that it will bring many more well-educated and well-compensated professionals that much closer to San Carlos.  The very qualities that have made San Carlos such an attractive zip code for technology professionals — great schools, vibrant downtown, and neighborly feel — will become even that much more attractive because of its close proximity to their new work address.  Just look at what Google’s presence has done to real estate prices in Mountain View and Los Altos, and how Facebook blew apart the housing market in Menlo Park. It’s not a stretch to see the same thing happening to San Carlos in the near future, especially if the perceived discrepancy in the quality of their respective schools continues to cause buyers to eschew Redwood City in favor of San Carlos.

That’s obviously great news for people who already own a home in San Carlos, because this will simply push the demand for their homes and subsequent prices higher.  But this should serve as a shot across the bow for buyers that are still hoping to land a 94070 address in the coming years. Their competition is about to get much stronger.

It’s already happening.
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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 11-8-14.

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It’s decision time for those homeowners that are still on the fence about whether to put their home on the market this year, or to wait until the spring market of 2015. With only about 2.5 weeks until the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, there’s still theoretically time to list a home and get it into contract before we slip into December. The recent unseasonably warm weather certainly doesn’t make it seem as if we’re already in the second week of November. And when you combine that with sales results like those posted below, and the fact that there are only 10 single-family homes for sale in the entire city, it makes that decision even more challenging.

The good news for home sellers is that the market is still incredibly strong, and buyers will continue to be in the hunt throughout the holiday season.  That means if the home is prepared well and priced correctly, it will definitely sell – regardless of whether it’s the second week of November, or the week before Christmas.

Here are the details from last week:

By the Numbers.

Below is a high-level view of the market performance for single-family residences in San Carlos. This data is for the week ending 11-8-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 11-8-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 3 5
Average Sold Price: $1,833,333 $1,460,000
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $776 $780
Average Sold – Percentage Of List Price: 117% 104%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 11 29
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 23 21
No. of Active Listings: 10 14
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,632,066 $1,529,190
Average DOM of Active Listings: 57 40
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $760 $735
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.48 : 1 0.67: 1

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Behind the Numbers: $2,000,000 Home Sales in San Carlos.

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A Growing Pool.

A few months back, I wrote a post about the growing number of home sales in San Carlos that were breaking the $2,000,000 mark. What was once a rare and newsworthy milestone only a few short years ago is now becoming almost the norm for newer, larger homes in the more desirable neighborhoods of San Carlos. This stands to reason, as the booming Bay Area economy of 2014 has given home buyers unprecedented buying power, which in turn has driven home prices all along the Peninsula to stratospheric heights.

In this post, we’ll take another look at the number of $2,000,000+ home sales that have closed so far this year, but this time we’ll dive down a little deeper into the numbers to get a better understanding of how this new and growing segment of the market in San Carlos operates. Some of the trends that emerge from the numbers below are to be expected, while some of the numbers may surprise you.

The Numbers.

When I first touched on the topic earlier this year, the number of homes that had already sold for $2,000,000 or more in San Carlos, along with those that were pending, had already nearly equaled the total for all of 2013. And that was only in April. It was easy to see back then that we were on track to eclipse last year’s mark of 13 homes well before this year finished up.

Not only did we pass last year’s mark, but 2014 will finish at nearly double the number of high-end sales. That is probably not too surprising, given the circus what was our real estate market this year.

Home Sales in San Carlos - $2M and Above

Home Sales in San Carlos – $2M and Above

 

Click here for a complete list of the homes that sold for over $2M in San Carlos:  $2M Home Summary – San Carlos

Digging deeper into the numbers, a clear dividing line appears in the market performance of this elite group of homes, and that inflection point is linked to the original list price of the home — more specifically, whether it was listed above $2M, or below $2M. The difference in the two segments is pretty remarkable. The table below looks at some key metrics for the entire group, and then breaks it down into these two key segments:

Key Housing Metrics
All $2M+ Homes List Price Below $2M List Price Above $2M
# of Closed Sales: 24 14 10
Average Sold Price: $2,279,958 $2,176,071 $2,425,400
Average $/Sq Foot: $782 $818 $733
Average Percentage of List Price: 109% 115% 99%
Average Days to Sell:
28 14 48
Average Structure Size (sq ft): 3,015 2,699 3,456
Average Lot Size (sq ft): 10,393 8,700 12,764

There are a few interesting nuggets that can be pulled from this data, some of which I highlighted in red above:

  • Of the 24 homes in this group, only 10 of them (or 42%) had original list prices of $2,000,000 or higher, while the other 14 homes (or 58%) actually started below the $2,000,000 mark and were bid up into this range.
  • The homes that originally listed below $2M fetched a whopping premium of 15% on average above the asking price, while the homes that listed above $2M “only” got 99% of the asking price.   In fact, when you look at the individual home sales, there’s a very clear pattern that shows that the higher the list price, the bigger the discount required to sell it.  The largest percentage of the asking price paid for the group was 134% — the lowest percent was 87%.
  • Do schools matter?   Of the 24 homes that sold for over $2M, the ones that were located within the San Carlos School District boundary fetched 101% of their asking price.   The homes within the Redwood City School landed only 94%.
  • There was a huge disparity in the amount of time it took to sell homes in the two groups.   For homes in the less expensive groups, they were only on the market for an average of 2 weeks.   For the latter group, it took 1.5 months to get into contract.
  • The average price-per-square foot dropped significantly in the more expensive segment — but that is to be expected since the average house size was 28% larger in this group, and price-per-square foot is not a linear relationship with the size of the house, as you already know.

The Bottom Line.

What does this data tell us? First of all, the legitimacy, accuracy, and relevance of any conclusions that one can draw solely from this data must be appropriately tempered by the sample size that’s being observed. While the number of $2M home sales has jumped 69% from the previous year, this elite segment of the San Carlos market still only represents 8.8% of the total number of homes sold so far this year in San Carlos. In other words, 24 datapoints does not a trend make…

But taking this data in combination with the knowledge of the psyche of the typical San Carlos home buyer, there are certain conclusions that can safely be made:

  1. San Carlos home buyers have no problem chasing a home price upward into the $2M range. But there still seems to be some market reluctance for homes that start above $2M. This result makes sense because the higher the price, the fewer qualified buyers there will be. But also when asking prices push in excess of $2M, these homes are now competing in the range of other communities such as Burlingame, Menlo Park, Baywood/Aragon in San Mateo, and parts of Los Altos — regions that you would not normally assimilate with the San Carlos real estate market. In other words, there are simply more options outside of San Carlos that are competing for buyers in this price range.
  2. Seasoned home buyers in the San Carlos market almost have a pre-programmed understanding that they’re going to pay 10-15% on average above the asking price to be competitive in this market. The weekly data that’s published on the blog certainly backs that up. But that mindset seems to change drastically for homes that are listed above $2M. I can tell you with complete certainty that this is not the case in those aforementioned communities where the $2M-$3M price range is just as hotly contested as the $1.5M- $2M range in San Carlos. San Carlos will get there eventually, but there’s simply not a comfort factor in spending that kind of money here just yet.
  3. As the Bay Area economy continues to strengthen, and more technology companies look to expand northward from their traditional Silicon Valley haunts, look for more larger, spectacular homes to be built in San Carlos that should easily fetch a price tag of over $2M.

At that point, we’ll be having this same discussion — except it will be about $3M homes in San Carlos…
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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 11-1-14.

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Goodbye, October — hello, November!  We are entering the final third of the fall real estate market and pace has already slowed somewhat in San Carlos, as only two new listings made their debut on the MLS last week, and  just 4 of the homes in the existing inventory went into contract. Both of those metrics are down significantly from the pace that has been set so far, during what has been a very robust fall real estate market.

The net result of this week’s activity was to bring the inventory down to just 14 homes for sale in the entire city. This is relatively good news for those sellers who are still hoping to get their homes in contract before we hit the Thanksgiving holiday week — which, by the way, is in just 3 weeks. Conversely, this has to be discouraging to home buyers who are hoping to get a home in contract soon, and be moved in for the holidays.

On top of all that, the time change this past weekend will make it more challenging to show homes this time of year since it will now be dark in the early evenings. That means if you want to see a home while there is still some daylight, you’ll either have to sneak out during work hours, or wait until the weekend to get your first peek.

Here are the details from last week:

By the Numbers.

Below is a high-level view of the market performance for single-family residences in San Carlos. This data is for the week ending 11-1-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 11-1-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 5 8
Average Sold Price: $1,460,000 $1,505,486
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $780 $881
Average Sold – Percentage Of List Price: 104% 106%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 29 8
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 21 21
No. of Active Listings: 14 17
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,529,190 $1,529,575
Average DOM of Active Listings: 40 35
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $735 $706
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.67 : 1 0.81: 1

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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 10-25-14.

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This past week in San Carlos the market tallied another round of stellar sales results, and that was right on the heels of an equally strong week before.   The data from the 8 homes that closed escrow is pretty amazing:  $881/ square foot, 106% of the list price, and only 8 days on average to sell.   Those are almost Spring-like numbers, but it confirms what I have conveyed all along in the pages of this site — the early part of the Fall market, from Labor Day to about mid-October, is a very robust “secondary” market and nearly rivals the traditional Spring buying season.

Despite all of the expectation that interest rates would start to climb, world events and a rocky ride on the stock market over the past two weeks have kept rates bouncing along at rock-bottom levels.  The conditions are still very good for buyers in this abbreviated market.  The only thing holding back this market, as has been the case all year, is a lack of good inventory.  This means that sellers should still be able to secure very good pricing all the way up through the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Here are the details from last week:

By The Numbers.

Below is a high-level snapshot of the market performance for single-family residences in San Carlos. This data is for the week ending 10-25-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 10-25-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 8 6
Average Sold Price: $1,505,486 $1,481,667
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $881 $825
Average Sold – Percentage Of List Price: 106% 113%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 8 10
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 21 23
No. of Active Listings: 17 16
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,529,575 $1,526,361
Average DOM of Active Listings: 35 37
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $706 $605
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.81 : 1 0.7: 1

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San Carlos School Board Considers Renewing or Increasing Parcel Tax

October 21, 2014 San Carlos Schools 1 Comment
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Schools, Homes and Money.

Real estate and schools go hand in hand in San Carlos.  You can hardly have a discussion about one without the other popping up eventually.  The excellent reputation of the San Carlos School District is one of the primary reasons why home buyers seek out and insist upon living in San Carlos.  Consequently, it’s a big reason why our home prices are higher on average than adjacent cities.

That phenomenon has been particularly noticeable during the most recent technology boom, as droves of highly educated technology workers have relocated to Silicon Valley to take advantage of this unprecedented surge in the tech market.  Finding a community with an excellent school district and a reasonable commute to the valley is the holy grail for many home buyers as they scramble to find housing in a very tight Bay Area real estate market.

San Carlos residents have generally recognized the precarious balance between the quality of the school district and the relative price of housing, and have generously supplemented the district’s through a variety of financial avenues:

  • Measure A: $110.60/year parcel tax, passed by voters in 2011 (replaced Measure D)
  • Measure B: $78/year parcel tax, passed by voters in 2009
  • Measure E: $35 million bond measure passed by voters in 2005
  • Measure H:  $72 million bond measure passed by voters in 2012

In addition, the San Carlos School District enjoys the financial support of a very efficient and well organized education foundation that provided $2.45M to the district during their last fiscal cycle.

Measure B to Expire.

One of the aforementioned financial conduits, Measure B, is set to expire in June of 2015.  School administrators are currently discussing what should be done, if anything, to replace this imminently expiring source of funds.   Aside from just doing nothing and letting the Measure expire, which is very unlikely given that the Measure currently provides about $720,000 to the district every year, they are looking into several options to replace Measure B.

One option would be to simply extend the $78 parcel tax for another yet-to-be determined period of time.  Another path would be to combine the existing measures into a single tax going forward — and in a twist that would certainly test the generosity of San Carlos homeowners, use this inflection point to possibly increase the overall net parcel tax.   That will certainly be a lively discussion if the latter is the path of choice.    According to this article in the Daily Journal, the most likely method to decide the fate of Measure B would be special mail-only election sometime in the spring of 2015.

Time for a Poll.

So what are your thoughts?  Should the San Carlos School District renew the funding for Measure B?   Would you be open to an increase in your property tax if the measures are combined and increased?   Or, should nothing be done and let Measure B expire?   It’s an important topic, and one that will be discussed in much more detail as the District gets closer to decision time.    Register your vote in the White Oaks Blog poll below, or feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of this post.

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