Top 5 Silicon Valley Home Sales | Q1 2019

The numbers are in! Our Q1 stats show that the Silicon Valley luxury real estate market continues to perform exceptionally well. In the first quarter of 2019, we saw 2,532 single-family homes sell in our local real estate market. Of those properties, there were a handful of truly special homes located in Atherton and Portola Valley that are featured on today’s list. For those of you that follow my weekly High-Low series, these homes will look familiar. Now, let's take a peek inside some of Silicon Valley’s most exquisite homes!

Here are the most expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley during the first quarter of 2019.

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Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

Happy Monday! Homebuyers love an updated home. Whether it’s a newly remodeled kitchen or just fresh paint, these updates make all the difference when it comes time to sell your home. This was the case for the homes that make our list today - a new construction home in Los Altos and a recently remodeled cottage in Redwood city. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

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Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

Happy Monday and happy President’s Day! 164 homes left our Silicon Valley residential real estate market, that is up 24% from the previous week. Of those homes sold was the most expensive home sale out of Atherton this year, thus far, as well as a quaint cottage in East Menlo Park. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

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CANOPY, our 1% for Good Beneficiary | Q1 2019

The Sereno Group of Palo Alto is pleased to announce the CANOPY as its recipient of its 1% For Good campaign for Q1 2019. Each quarter of every year, 1% For Good pledges one percent of its gross commissions to help fund the best efforts of our community-minded groups and charities that are dedicated to making positive impacts in the lives of  our local residents and families here in Silicon Valley.  

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