Paul’s Picks – Second Week of July


    PAUL’S PICKS

    Welcome to Paul’s Picks, a weekly segment where I showcase some the best deals on the market here in the Peninsula. From single-family homes and condos to 2-4 units and large apartments complexes even vacant lots, I closely and constantly monitor a wide arrange of product types seeking out the top values. If you would like to discuss a property in more detail or find out about other properties that may fit your needs better please give me a call at (650) 348-2020.

    Paul’s Pick #1 – 1434 Nadina Street – San Mateo [click here for more]

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    My first pick for this week is our own listing at 1434 Nadina Street in San Mateo. This two-bedroom one-bathroom home is in need of some updating and a great opportunity for either a downsizer looking to customize their next home, or a young family looking for a home they can expand on as their needs grow. With close proximity to downtown San Mateo, easy access to Highway 92, walking distance to San Mateo’s top schools, and a list price of just under 1.2 million, make this one of the best opportunities in the mid-peninsula.

     

     

     

     

    Paul’s Pick #2 – 530 Lomita Avenue – Millbrae [click here for more]

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    My second pick for this week 530 Lomita Avenue in the Lomita Hills neighborhood in Millbrae. Like Nadina, this three-bedroom one-bathroom home is in need of some updating, but has tremendous expansion potential, making ideal for a family looking again to an excellent school system and add equity to through their own renovations. Price at $998,000, this is currently the lowest-priced single-family home in Millbrae, and it will not last.

     

     

     

    Paul’s Pick #3 – 1255 Peralta Road – Pacifica (Call for more details)

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    My third pick for this week is 1255 Peralta Road in Pacifica just minutes away from Linda Mar Beach. This three-bedroom two-bathroom home has been fully remodeled, and is completely turnkey. What makes this a great opportunity, is that the home went on the market a week before the 4th of July holiday and appears to be suffering from poor market timing, because it is not receiving the activity level that it deserves. It’s been on the market now for two and a half weeks, very great offers as they come, so this is an opportunity to avoid those dreaded multiple offer situations.

     

     

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