Top 10 Overbids and Underbids in Sonoma County September 2016

800 Shiloh Cyn,Santa Rosa, CA

French Country estate with picturesque views in exclusive Shiloh Estates, near renowned Mayacama Golf Club. Nestled atop 8.27+/- acres amidst lush gardens and majestic oaks, this residence offers 5456+/- square feet perfect for entertaining or intimate family gatherings. Beautifully landscaped grounds are graced with stone patios, walkways and a sparkling pool with cabana. It was listed at $2,495,000 and sold for $2,300,000, an underbid of 11.37%.



Top 10 Overbids and Underbids in Santa Rosa August 2016

Immaculate Frank Lloyd Wright style Mid-Century Modern residence sited on 1.5 park-like acres minutes from downtown Santa Rosa. Exquisitely remodeled throughout with contemporary designer touches and a top-of-the line custom gourmet kitchen. Resort-like grounds with swimming pool, cabana and separate detached guest house. Artfully manicured gardens, raised vegetable gardens and […]

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Top Overbids and Top Underbids in Petaluma – February 2016

Creeks, ponds, meadows, hills, meditation grottos, stocked trout pond and sophisticated Montana-built log home are all wrapped in this 100-acre, Ralph Lauren-inspired boutique ranch on the southwest slope of Sonoma Mountain. You’ll also find a party barn, bocce ball court and a large barn with paddocks & outbuildings. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 […]

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Top 10 Overbids and top 10 Underbids in Sonoma

This single-level Penngrove home offered an open-beam living room, formal dining room, well-appointed kitchen/family room with gas fireplace, radiant tile flooring, a master bedroom with vanity area and walk-in closet and natural light throughout. All this in peaceful surroundings with detached barns, fencing for animals and a 3 car garage. It was listed for […]

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The Sonoma County Real Estate Market in 2015

Despite anxiety about interest rates, stock markets, housing affordability and over-valued, high-tech unicorns, 2015 was another year of home price appreciation in Sonoma. Even with rising prices, Sonoma’s real estate market is much more affordable that those in Marin and San Francisco. And, of course, there are many other reasons […]

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The Sonoma County Real Estate Report

Unlike most Bay Area real estate markets, which surge in spring, slow in summer, spike again in autumn and then plunge in winter, the Sonoma County market typically starts heating up in spring to peak in mid-summer, and then cools until the next spring season. Presumably, this has to do […]

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