Palo Alto’s Protégé: A Review

By Michelle Lee California Avenue has always been a birthplace of subtle sophistication and timeless trends. Spanning just under half a mile for their commercial sector, every tenant has rightfully earned their spot here. The newest addition to…

Mountain View: A City of Action

By Alex Seroff, Vice President of Listings   Mountain View enjoys a near-ideal location, with easy access to both San Jose and San Francisco. Between the natural beauty, the wonderful business environment, and all the dining and recreation…

Lakewood Village may be the next Birdland

By Alex Seroff | VP of Listings It was an exciting day in April 2017 when Apple employees began moving into Apple Park, commonly known as the “Spaceship”. But it had already been an exciting past five years for homeowners in the Birdland neighborhood…

Why Buyers Love Palo Alto So Much

By Ken DeLeon | Founder While I appreciate all of Silicon Valley, Palo Alto is the city I love the most and which I call home. From the moment I interviewed at Wilson Sonsini twenty years ago, I immediately fell in love with our amazing city. Over…

Appreciation Rate Comparisons Show Surprising Results

By Darrell Martin | Realtor®, Buyer Specialist for Sunnyvale & Mountain View A common and understandable perception regarding appreciation rates is that single-family residences appreciate at a higher rate than condos and townhomes. Based on the…

Rise Foundation: Rural India Student Education

Krishnan and Geetha, founders of the RISE Foundation, are a married couple who, like many, have moved to the United States for a better life. They currently reside in Palo Alto, and have co-founded the Rural India Student Education Foundation to build…

Why Buyers Love ATHERTON So Much

By Ken DeLeon | Founder While Atherton is internationally famous for its natural beauty and affluence, wise residents know that it is the idyllic charm of this community coupled with its great schools and high quality of life that makes it so attractive…

Mountain View New School, New Boundaries, and a Growing City

By Alex Seroff | Vice President of Listings In another sign of increasing investment by both builders and the government into the northeastern neighborhoods of Mountain View, the Mountain View-Whisman School District has decided to reopen Slater…