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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 9-13-14.

The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review is the only comprehensive weekly summary of the San Carlos real estate market, and it’s published every Monday on the White Oaks Blog.

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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 1-25-14.

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Homes for Sale?

Not much changed this past week as far as the inventory level of homes for sale in San Carlos.  As I predicted last week, the rate that homes are coming on the market is being matched by the rate at which they are going into contract.  Consequently, the inventory is staying flat and stuck in the single digits.  This means that open houses were very busy over the weekend.   If you were out and about in either San Carlos or Belmont, then you know exactly how difficult it was to even find a parking spot to see what few houses were open.

Next weekend marks the end of the professional football season with Super Bowl Sunday, and the “traditional” start of the Spring real estate season.   Believe it or not, many sellers opt to wait until after the Super Bowl to list their homes for sale, especially if a particular team happens to be playing.  (And no, I’m not talking about the Raiders.)   Here’s to hoping that this year will be very traditional in that respect.

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 1-25-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 1-25-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 4 1
Average Sold Price $1,377,500 $1,300,000
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $731 $695
Sold Price vs Orig List (%) 103% 100%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 9 21
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 9 10
Inventory of Active Listings: 8 7
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,278,972 $1,379,120
Average DOM of Active Listings: 27 30
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $633 $670
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.89 : 1 0.7 : 1

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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 1-18-14.

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Homes for Sale?

You know the housing market is pretty sparse when the inventory in a single community doubles within a single week — yet the number of homes for sale is still in the single-digits.   But that is the reality of the San Carlos real estate market right now, and without a significant surge in inventory that number is going to stay low for a while.

Most, if not all,  of the four homes that made their debut this past week (see below) will be gone in the first 7-10 days on the market.  They are priced well, and if the flood of people at the open houses this weekend was any indication, they should have no problem garnering multiple offers.    It will be interesting to see how much this imbalance and pent-up demand will drive the prices skyward on the homes that do go into contract this week.

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 1-18-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 1-18-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 1 6
Average Sold Price $1,300,000 $1,641,833
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $695 $784
Sold Price vs Orig List (%) 100% 102%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 21 19
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 10 11
Inventory of Active Listings: 7 3
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,379,120 $1,349,333
Average DOM of Active Listings: 30 60
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $670 $560
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.7 : 1 0.27 : 1

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Sequoia Union High School District Proposes Boundary Changes.

January 15, 2014 San Carlos Schools No Comments
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All 4 Schools Affected.

According to a news flash on their website this afternoon, the Sequoia Union High School District is proposing changes to the enrollment boundaries for each of their 4 public high schools which would be effective in the 2015-16 school year.   There was no explanation given on the site as to why the District is looking to make these changes, but one could likely assume that it has to do with balancing out the rapidly growing enrollment across the District.

The District has provided some high-level maps to outline the changes are proposing.  They can be found on this page — just click on the link for the changes proposed for each of the schools.  It’s a little bit hard to see exactly where the changes will take place from these maps, but they give you a general idea of what the District is thinking about.

Will it Impact San Carlos?

Yes.  The map associated with both Carlmont and Sequoia High Schools shows that the most significant proposed change is to San Carlos residents is re-zone the area that’s west of the Alameda and on the north side of Brittan Avenue (that currently feeds into Sequoia High School) and put it into Carlmont’s boundary.  See the circled area below:

Proposed Changes: Sequoia High School Boundary

Proposed Changes: Sequoia High School Boundary

One might have expected the opposite — to reduce the number of students going to Carlmont.  With all of the talk about how over crowded Carlmont is, this seems somewhat counter-intuitive.   But this underscores the dramatic growth that Sequoia High School has experienced over the past 5 years, and the measures the District needs to take to keep it balanced.

Meeting Tonight.

It’s late notice, but this topic is slated to be discussed at tonight’s District Meeting, which starts at 5:30 at the District Office at 480 James Street in Redwood City.   If you’re at all concerned about these proposed changes, it might be worthwhile to attend this meeting.

(Thanks to blog reader Nelson for the tip on this very important proposed change.)
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5 Great Places to Get Breakfast in San Carlos.

January 15, 2014 Downtown San Carlos, Living in San Carlos Comments Off
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Got Breakfast?

San Carlos gets a lot of attention for its seemingly ever-growing collection of upscale restaurants. Over the past decade, Laurel Street and the adjoining side-streets have been transformed from a sleepy, small town shopping district into a modern-day “restaurant row”. There’s no shortage of fine dining to suit just about anyone’s taste, and this has made downtown San Carlos a destination of choice not only for San Carlos residents, but for many people outside the community when they decide to step out for lunch or dinner.

But what about breakfast? Does anyone even “do” breakfast anymore?   The answer is a resounding “yes”, and San Carlos has some really cool spots to grab a hearty breakfast to fuel your day ahead.   Although I have lived on the Peninsula for most of my life, I originally hail from the mid-west where breakfast is ingrained in the fabric of life, so it’s just as much as a social event as it is a meal.  So just a fair warning that I have a soft spot for down-home hearty breakfast joints.

In this post, I will highlight five places that you can go in San Carlos to get your early morning fix. It’s by no means a complete list, so if you know of a great place that I have not covered below, please feel free to brag about it in the comments. That will simply make this post an even more valuable resource when you want to dash out and grab breakfast.

So in absolutely no particular order….

1- The Depot Cafe

Located at the San Carlos train station, the Depot Cafe has been a San Carlos institution for as long as I can remember.  When I used to take Caltrain every day  to college (many years ago), Friday morning breakfast at the Cafe before the train arrived became a weekly tradition.    It’s a cozy atmosphere, with small tables and hundreds of train photos throughout.   The food is great, and the service is fast — the latter being essential if you are going to service the commuter crowd — and it seems like the owner knows everyone who walks in the door.   Quintessential small-town diner feel..

There are about 50 different variations of omelettes on the menu, but if you can’t find exactly what you want you can simply design your own.   The country potatoes are off the charts, too.

Here’s their review on Yelp:  The Depot Cafe

2- The Omelette House.

If you’re truly a hard-core Midwesterner and miss the visceral sensation of eating in a old-school breakfast diner, then The Omelette House is for you.  The minute you walk through the door, you feel like you’ve been transported in a time machine from chic San Carlos back to a typical Ohio diner in the 60′s (minus the smoke, thank goodness.)    No frills here – just lots of booths and tables, and good food.

The menu at the Omellete House looks similar to the Depot Cafe in that they both have and entire page of omellete variations (you’d expect that with the name).   They also carry some of the more traditional midwest breakfast items, too.   It’s really fun to have a place like this in San Carlos.   The Omelette House is located at 66 El Camino Real in San Carlos — click here for the map.

Here’s their review on Yelp:  The Omelette House

3- My Breakfast House.

You can’t miss the bright red awning on Laurel Street that guides you into My Breakfast House.   In true diner style, this place is all about checkered tablecloths and good breakfasts.  No frills here either, which is a huge plus in my book.  It’s not as heavily omelette oriented as the previous two diners (although the omelettes here are excellent), so you find some great variations of french toast, pancakes and other fare.

Another plus for families with children is that they have a small play room off to the side to keep the little ones occupied while you enjoy a leisurely Saturday morning breakfast.   My Breakfast House is located at 1137 Laurel Street in San Carlos — click here for the map.

Here’s their review on Yelp:  My Breakfast House.

4- Sky Kitchen

If you’re looking for a unique location for breakfast, check out the Sky Kitchen at the San Carlos airport.   What the Depot Cafe is to trains,  the Sky Kitchen is to airplanes.    It’s still one of the best-kept breakfast secrets in San Carlos.  You can eat a great breakfast while you’re watching the planes take off and land from our own commercial airport.    The Sky Kitchen is smaller than the other 3 places, so plan your breakfast time accordingly if you don’t want to wait for a seat.    The Sky Kitchen is located on Airport Way in San Carlos — click here for the map.

Here’s their review on Yelp:   Sky Kitchen.

5- Broiler Express.

As far as location goes, you can’t beat Broiler Express.   They are on the prime corner of Laurel Street and Arroyo Avenue, in the hot part of the San Carlos downtown shopping district.  The comment that seems to resonate about the Broiler Express is that you get great food and it’s cheap.    There are a number of good breakfast options for under $5, which is something you usually won’t find at the other places.   Broiler Express is located at 895 Laurel Street in San Carlos – click here for the map.

Here’s their review on Yelp:  Broiler Express

Honorable Mention:  Stacks

No article on great breakfast spots in San Carlos would be complete without props to Stacks on El Camino.  It’s obviously a favorite for many folks in San Carlos, since it’s so close.  But technically they’re located in Redwood City, and I wanted this post to pay homage (or fromage?) to those places that are truly San Carlos institutions.

Got a Favorite?

Obviously, there are more than 5 places to grab a great breakfast in San Carlos.  I just highlighted 5 of the more established and traditional diner-style breakfast spots.   Do you have a favorite that everyone should know about?  Feel free to show them some love in the comments below!

Bon Apetit!
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The San Carlos Real Estate Week in Review: 1-11-14.

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Desperately Seeking Inventory.

The first full week of the new year didn’t bring buyers what they have been desperately looking for – new inventory.  As of this morning, there are only 3 single-family homes for sale in the entire city of San Carlos, which is the lowest level that we’ve started off a new year in recent history.

As we discussed last week in Part III of our seller’s series, the ideal time to sell your home is when you have the combination of maximum demand and the least amount of inventory — which perfectly describes the market conditions in San Carlos right now.   But these prime selling conditions won’t last forever.  There’s no doubt that more listings will be coming up.  It’s just a matter of who is going to get their home on the market first and take advantage of these conditions.

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 1-11-2014:

San Carlos Housing Data 1-11-14 Prior Week
Closed Sales for the Week: 6 3
Average Sold Price $1,641,833 $1,575,333
Average $/Sq Foot (Sold) $784 $809
Sold Price vs Orig List (%) 102% 115%
Average DOM of Closed Sales 19 7
No. of Homes Pending Sale: 11 14
Inventory of Active Listings: 3 5
Average Price of Active Listings: $1,349,333 $1,264,568
Average DOM of Active Listings: 60 64
Average $/Sq Foot (List) $560 $595
Active-Pending Ratio: 0.27 : 1 0.38 : 1

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3 “Don’t Do’s” if You’re Selling Your San Carlos Home in 2014 – Part III

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Part 3 of 3.

Are you selling your San Carlos home in 2014?   If so, congratulations!  You’re going to reap the benefit of two consecutive years of unprecedented home price growth here in the Bay Area.   As we discussed last week in the 2013 Year in Review, home prices have appreciated over 30% on average in San Carlos since 2011, and the economic conditions are still in place for another solid year in the real estate market in 2014.   Interest rates are still low, and there are still far more buyers than there are available homes for sale.

But just because this market still strongly favors sellers, it’s still critically important to adhere to the basic best practices of selling your home.  In this three-part series on the White Oaks Blog, we’ll highlight several common mistakes that sellers should avoid in this frenzied market.   Earlier this week, we discussed not massively under-pricing your home just to attract a boatload of offers

Here’s “don’t do” #3:

#3:  Don’t Wait too Long.

If you were to ask someone when the best time of the year to sell a house is, you’d probably get the answer “In the Spring” about 99% of the time.  Conventional wisdom has pre-programmed us to believe that Spring is best time of the year to put a home on the market, and consequently, more homes are listed and sold during the Spring than during any other time during the year.

But does this truly make Spring the best of the year to sell a home?  Not necessarily.   The best time to sell anything is when you have a combination of a) the greatest number of buyers and b) the least amount of competition.  So while it’s probably true that you’ll have the greatest number of buyers during the heart of the Spring real estate market, you’ll also have the greatest amount of competition — and this year should shape up no differently than any other year.

So when will you find a time when there’s peak interest in your home, and virtually no competition?   Ummm, how about right now?

Yes, surprising as it may seem, right now is probably the best time to put your home on the market this entire year.   Why?  Because you have the best combination of those two factors that we talked about — there are only 4 single family homes for sale in the entire City of San Carlos right now, and even though it’s still early in the year, buyers are out there in droves.   The holidays are over, and most kids are back in school.  So there are no distractions (vacations, holidays) that are keeping buyers away.

So following conventional wisdom and waiting until everyone else lists their home later in the Spring is Mistake #3 that you should avoid if you’re selling your home this year.   I believe there will be a significant wave of inventory hitting the market this Spring as other sellers who have been sitting on the fence look to finally cash out on peaking home prices.  Waiting to list your home until then that just means you’re jumping into the market when everyone else is.

But those who decide to do things a little differently and list their home early this year should be rewarded handsomely.
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3 “Don’t Do’s” if You’re Selling Your San Carlos Home in 2014 – Part II

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Part 2 of 3.

Are you selling your San Carlos home in 2014?   If so, congratulations!  You’re going to reap the benefit of two consecutive years of unprecedented home price growth here in the Bay Area.   As we discussed last week in the 2013 Year in Review, home prices have appreciated over 30% on average in San Carlos since 2011, and the economic conditions are still in place for another solid year in the real estate market in 2014.   Interest rates are still low, and there are still far more buyers than there are available homes for sale.

But just because this market still strongly favors sellers, it’s still critically important to adhere to the basic best practices of selling your home.  In this three-part series on the White Oaks Blog, we’ll highlight several common mistakes that sellers should avoid in this frenzied market.   Yesterday, we discussed resisting the urge to cut corners in preparing your home for sale.

Here’s mistake #2 to avoid:

#2:  Don’t Massively Under-Price Your Home.

This is a practice that I still see with alarming regularity, and if you’re a regular reader of this site you know that I have strong feelings about it.    Whether it’s an intentional marketing strategy,  or simply a misjudgement on buyer demand, there seems to be a home listed just about every week that’s so far below the current market value that it raises the eyebrows of both buyers and Realtors alike.

I’m not talking about listing a home 5-10% below market value.   It’s the ones that are obviously listed 30-40% below what they are worth that baffle me — the 3BR/2BA home in the flats that’s listed for $999K, or the occasional 4BR home for $1.2M, when everything else similar is selling for so much more.     Is it that the listing agent simply doesn’t know the market, or is it an intentional strategy to get as many offers as possible to drive up interest?

Neither of those reasons are acceptable in my book, because in both cases you run the real risk of leaving money on the table.    If your agent isn’t local nor well versed in the micro-variations of each neighborhood in San Carlos, there’s no way that they will have an understanding of the true value of your home, let alone what the demand for it will be.   That usually results in pricing it too low.

But the intentional strategy of listing a home far below its market value is simply gambling with your profit.   As we have discussed before, buyers begin to focus too much on how much over the asking price that they are bidding, and not on what the true value of the home actually is.    This practice has become the norm in the super-heated Palo Alto real estate market — but not here in San Carlos.    You’re far more likely to be padding the listing agent’s statistics than you are maximizing your profit.

The bottom line is that you should do a thorough and timely analysis of the market value of your home, and price it close to that value (*slightly* below is OK, too.)   After all, if there’s a price you have in mind for your house and you don’t ask for it, there’s no guarantee you’re going to get it.

Part III:  Don’t Wait Too Long.

Later this week on the blog in Part III of this series, we will talk about the 3rd mistake to avoid if you’re selling your home in 2014 — waiting too long to put it on the market.   Traditional wisdom tells you list it in late Spring when everyone else does the same.   In the third and final installation of this series, we’ll discuss why this may not be your best strategy.
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3 “Don’t Do’s” if You’re Selling Your San Carlos Home in 2014.

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A 3-Part Series.

Are you selling your San Carlos home in 2014?   If so, congratulations!  You’re going to reap the benefit of two consecutive years of unprecedented home price growth here in the Bay Area.   As we discussed last week in the 2013 Year in Review, home prices have appreciated over 30% on average in San Carlos since 2011, and the economic conditions are still in place for another solid year in the real estate market in 2014.   Interest rates are still low, and there are still far more buyers than there are available homes for sale.

But just because this market still strongly favors sellers, it’s still critically important to adhere to the basic best practices of selling your home.  In this three-part series on the White Oaks Blog, we’ll highlight several common mistakes that sellers should avoid in this frenzied market.

#1:  Don’t Cut Corners.

When you’re selling a home in a market that favors sellers as much as this one does, it would be very easy to adopt the attitude of “I can just put a sign on the front lawn and it will sell tomorrow.”   While this sentiment may be true in some respects, it’s a dangerous mindset to adopt, because it could easily lead to cutting some costly corners that you would never think of doing in a normal market.  Here are two of the most common areas where I see it happening:

Home Presentation:  It seems like the first thing that goes out the window in a hot, seller’s market like this is the proper presentation of the home.  I can’t tell you how many homes that I’ve been through the past few months that were obviously rushed to market with absolutely zero effort put into preparation.    From something as basic as de-cluttering and staging of the house, to simply cleaning it, it’s appalling how much of this is simply getting skipped over.

Staging is one of those preparation expenses that sellers still have difficulty comprehending the return on investment, especially when homes are selling so quickly in this market.   But it’s even more important than ever to achieve that “wow” factor when people walk into your home, because they are more likely than ever before to stretch their budget to get into the right place.   The $5,000 (or less) that you’ll spend on de-cluttering, staging, and cleaning your house will almost always come back multiple times over when you sell it, especially in a strong market.

It’s inexcusable to expect top dollar for a house that’s devoid of furniture, has an inch of dust everywhere, and the windows are so dirty that you can’t see the million dollar views that you’re being asked to pay for.   But sadly, that’s how some homes are being marketed today.

Disclosures:   That same dangerous, complacent mindset that persuades people to cut corners on preparing the house for sale is also becoming pervasive in the quality of the disclosures that accompany the house.  That’s pretty evident when you read through some of the disclosure packets lately — if they’re even filled in completely at all,  every single box is checked “no”.  You’d think your buying a perfect house in a perfect neighborhood.

It’s understandable to wonder why one should take all of the time and effort to fill in the disclosure documents completely and honestly when the home will sell with multiple offers and no contingencies.    If the buyer doesn’t seem to care about the condition of the home, why should you?  Right?   Here’s one great reason why you don‘t want to do that:

The statute of limitations on known and discovered items will far outlast this seller’s market.   In other words, you can very easily get sued years down the road for things you didn’t bother to disclose today.   This will be especially true when this market begins to level off.   People will not hesitate about taking legal action if they don’t think they were dealt with fairly — even years after the fact.

The bottom line is that the same fundamental rules always apply when you’re selling your home, regardless of the market conditions.    Unless you don’t care about getting top dollar for your home or getting sued years later when the market cools off, it’s imperative that you exercise the same level of care and diligence in preparing your home for sale as you would in any other market.

In other words, don’t cut corners.

Tomorrow:  Don’t Under-Price.

Tomorrow in Part 2 of this series, we’ll talk about the importance of resisting the urge to massively under-price your home to get multiple offers.
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