This is a Colony Green Condominiums market activity report for September 2017. This report is comprised of statistical data extracted from September 1, through September 30, 2017 from our local Multiple Listing Service (“MLS”) as of October 1, 2017. This report may not include any “off market” sales.
While the sales activity may have slowed down in the community, the sunsets continue to be consistently beautiful. The photo below was taken on September 30, 2017 on Colony Knoll Drive at Colony Field Drive facing the agricultural field within Martial Cottle Park.
I am interested in tracking the market in the community both as a real estate broker and resident home owner. Ever since I became aware there is a feral rooster residing here, I also track Mr. Green Jeans the Colony Green Rooster. I will not give up on my quest to safely capture him and take him to a 37 acre sanctuary where he can live without being chased, frightened by loud cars, garbage trucks, and the pesky squirrels that seem to jump out of nowhere and cause him alarm.
Colony Green Condos Market Activity for September 2017
There were no closed sales in the Colony Green Community in September 2017.
One condo listed on September 27, 2017: It is a “D Unit” which is an end unit. It has 2 master suites upstairs each with their own private bathroom and a half bath downstairs. It has 1,294 square feet of living space with an attached 2 car garage with direct access into the condo. It listed at $549,000. We likely will see this condo reported sold in the October market report.
The Colony Green community is located in Blossom Valley in San Jose, CA. The community is across the street from Martial Cottle Park on the Chynoweth side of the park. It continues to be a desirable and still affordable place to live.
If you miss out on the condos listed for sale in the Colony Green Condo community you may want to search other condos for sale in Blossom Valley.
The market data for the Colony Green Condo Community, as well as the details of each individual sale, tell a story. Yet, the data does not tell the whole story. It is common for sales prices to vary depending on the size, location, and renovations completed, or not completed. I strongly believe marketing plays a huge role in the sales price as well. Quality photos are an important component to effective marketing. Keeping a home listed active for at least 7 days before accepting an offer means more people can see the home and likely spark multiple offers. This of course depends on market conditions relating to supply and demand. Colony Green Condos continue to be in high demand.
Condo living is lifestyle living. Buyers are advised to make informed buying decisions by knowing the rules and restrictions of a condo association before deciding to buy a condo. Some associations are more restrictive than others. Knowing what homeowners can and cannot do is essential before deciding to purchase a condominium.
If you are considering listing your Condo for sale, a word of caution regarding online Home Value requests. Best practice dictates that a local real estate professional visit your home, ask a lot of questions, and then provide a current market value. We do not use an Automated Valuation Model (“AVM”) of homes.
Let’s chat. I’ll explain my documented approach to listing a home for sale and what I will do get your condo sold quickly and net you more money from the sale. It is also important that sellers understand their disclosure duties under Civil Code § 4525 and know why it is important to get an HOA Document Compliance Review.
If you would like more detailed information about the Colony Green Condo community in Blossom Valley contact me at 408.972.1822. No one knows the Colony Green Condo Community better than Kathleen Daniels. That’s right. I am an original owner and I live here.blossom valley condos for sale, colony green condos, home value, list my home
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