Entries by DeLeon Team

May Seminar: How to Market Your Home to the International Community

Please join DeLeon Realty at our May Seminar. Gain insight from Kim Heng, the Broker Associate and Listing Specialist at DeLeon Realty, into how you can best prepare and market your home to the international community. Also, hear the latest market updates in Palo Alto and Silicon Valley. Register through the form below or call […]

Color Trends 2017

By Lauryn Varnum | Interior Designer Every year, new trends emerge for color schemes in home design. The majority of previously popular schemes have included muted palettes with soothing, understated colors, such as cool greys, mossy hues, slate, and neutral shades throughout the entirety of a home. It was common to see an entire home […]

Stanford University: Housing, History, and Architecture

By David Hall, ESQ | Senior Buyer Specialist – Menlo Park & Stanford Stanford University is one of the largest employers in Silicon Valley, with over 12,000 faculty and staff members. There are also 1,600 faculty physicians and more than 1,100 residents and fellows working for Stanford Medicine (including Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Health […]

Playing the Odds

by Sigrid Waggener, ESQ | Listing Specialist  Spring has arrived, and prospective buyers are out in force throughout Silicon Valley, looking for the perfect place to call home. Springtime is typically the time of year when there are more buyers than homes for sale, and sellers can therefore expect multiple offers. Most buyers are aware […]

It’s Almost Time for DeLeon Realty’s Most Significant Innovation Yet

For far too long, the highly profitable real estate industry in Silicon Valley has remained riddled with controversy. Despite our booming market and cutting-edge environment, the outdated system frequently traps both buyers and sellers, forcing them into conflicts that can lead to any number of challenges, including compromised sales results. But DeLeon Realty has a […]

Improving Your Curb Appeal

By: Margie Fontanilla, Design Coordinator First impressions are everything. Whether you’re selling your home or simply trying to spruce it up, improving your curb appeal is a great way to increase your home’s value. After all, the front of your home is the first area potential buyers will see. If they are deterred by the […]

Neighborhood Spotlight: The Redwoods of Los Altos Hills

  Caroline Wong, Senior Buyer Specialist Opinions differ on the pros and cons of living in Los Altos Hills vs. Los Altos. If you prefer privacy and a town dedicated to preserving a residential agricultural lifestyle, without sacrificing convenient access to a downtown shopping district, then Los Altos Hills should be high on your list […]