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There are so many wonderful benefits to living in Homestead Valley, like its weather and community orientated lifestyle. Here is what's happening in the Homestead Valley real estate market...

 

There are so many wonderful benefits to living in Homestead Valley. In addition to its sunny and beautiful weather, Homestead Valley has a community-oriented neighborhood whose residents love to get involved and enjoy the natural surroundings.

At the heart of it all is the . It has a heated outdoor pool and is a great place to host any special event. You can even rent the center's volleyball, croquet or bocce ball sets to make your event more festive. Another important community mainstay is the . It's a time when excellent music and fun come together in the neighborhood. It's a true community celebration!

Homestead Valley has always been a desirable location for buyers. Here is what's been happening in the last six months in the Homestead Valley real estate market.

4 Active Listings 3 Contingent/Pending 305 Seymour Ln $350,000 205 Reed St $899,000 34 Evergreen Ave $845,000 442 Laverne Ave $1,520,000 104 Montford Ave $995,000 301 Laverne Ave $1,695,000 443 Montford Ave $1,750,000 13 Sold Last 6 Months 23 Jane St $450,000 96 Laverne Ave $456,000 207 Evergreen Ave $575,000 370 Ridgewood Ave $580,000 125 Reed St $710,000 11 Sunrise Ave $735,000 216 Laverne Ave $810,000 244 Evergreen Ave $890,000 328 Montford Ave $1,005,000 490 Molino Ave $1,100,000 382 Ridgwood Ave $1,165,000 77 Woodside Ln $1,260,000 352 Molino Ave $1,905,000

We've also noticed that properties that sold in Homestead Valley in the last six months show an increase in sale prices in relation to their original list price, revealing that this neighborhood is on the radar for buyers this year. Days on Market statistics for Homestead Valley show that 35.7 percent of homes sold within 30 days, 21.4 percent sold between 31 and 60 days, zero percent sold between 61 and 90 days, 28.6 percent sold between 91 and 120 days, and 14.3 percent of the homes took over 120 days to sell.

These figures demonstrate that buyers find Homestead Valley attractive and are approaching sellers from the onset of their properties hitting the market. For additional information see the attached graph, and for this week's Mill Valley Market Update click here.

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Scott July 19, 2012 at 06:18 PM
Is this really a blog post or just free advertising? Seems like it's the later. No wonder the Patch is bleeding cash.
Anne Tique July 19, 2012 at 07:37 PM
Was wondering the same thing, Scott. Glad you asked, and I hope there's a response.
Scott & Ann, I was approached by the Patch to write about Mill Valley real estate because I am a resident, born and raised here, plus have been in real estate for 23 years. I am required to put up a photo in each blog - sometimes its generic, or another listing that is not mine or something appropriate. It happened that I did and do have photos of Laverne. I listed many other homes in the area, none of them mine. Thanks for the comments, hope this explains the idea better. Stephanie
Anne Tique July 19, 2012 at 11:13 PM
How timely that the house in the photo is one you are currently representing!

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