Real Estate is considered to be the best long term investment by Americans across the board. That includes people in all age groups (18 years and older), regardless of their income level or gender.
And Americans that usually invest their money in the stock market consider real estate a better gamble. Click on the link below for more details on this topic.
The City of Los Altos is once again teaming up with Santa Clara County to host the 2016 Los Altos Household Hazardout Waste Disposal Event on Saturday, April 16. Now’s the time to get rid of the toxic household products that you no longer need. The event is free to Los Altos residents but appointments are required. Schedule your appointment today by calling 408-299-7300 or visit www.hhw.org. The specific event location in Los Altos will be disclosed once your appointment has been confirmed. Click on the link below for more details about the event and a list of common household Hazardous waste products.
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Google’s self-designed vision for its new 18-acre North Bayshore campus is drawing rave reviews from the City of Mountain View. Excited council members believe the futuristic design, which includes glass walls, solar panels instead of roofs and a promenade of retail stores and restaurants open to the public, will become a major showpiece for the city. Click on the link below to read more on this topic.
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With the real estate market currently favoring sellers, some homeowners may be tempted to try to sell their own homes (also known as “For Sale by Owner”) and save themselves the cost of real estate commissions. They may not realize the amount of time and effort that’s required to effectively market their home and negotiate the best possible price. And the mandatory paperwork has increased over the years – all of which helps to protect both parties and to avoid legal ramifications. The bottom line should be the “net” sale price, the proceeds remaining at the end of the sale. Click on the links below to read more on this topic.