Brady and Son Realty

A Real Estate Team from Keller Williams Silicon City

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Our Goal is to help you navigate the complexities of Silicon Valley Real Estate such that you are happy to recommend us to your family and friends.

2221 Oakland Road #268, San Jose, CA 95131

Phone: 408-868-8052

Blossom Valley, San Jose

Blossom Valley San Jose Area Map

What I like Most about Blossom Valley

Blossom Valley maintains some of the most affordable Real Estate in the South Bay while having easy access to 101, 85, and 87 for commutes through-out Silicon Valley.

Things to do in Blossom Valley

Golf at:
Martial Cottle Park

Cycling

Road bike opportunities exist for loops ranging a few miles to 50, 60, or more miles.
  • The Bike path along 87 provides access to down town San Jose and beyond.
  • loops through Almaden Valley to Llagas Road, Bailey Road, and others yield 18-30 mile rides
  • loops through Almaden to Morgan Hill and Gilroy extend range to 36-55 miles
  • Alternatively, routes through Los Gatos and Saratoga out to Cupertino provide variety and extended rides as far as San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park and beyond.

Mountain Biking

Opportunities exist at many of the county parks and recreation areas. Please drop us a note and tell us about your favorite places and we will add them

Theater, Concerts, and Museums

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Dining and Shopping in Blossom Valley

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There are a number of restaurants in Blossom Valley, and each area has its own vibrant culture of food and drink.

  • Under Construction

Places to Shop:

  • Westfield Oakridge Mall
  • Under Construction

Education Opportunities in Blossom Valley

K-12 Education

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Blossom Valley Real Estate Market

The graph above shows average sales price and sales price to list price ratio for sales across the Blossom Valley area of San Jose for the past 12 months. Average homes sales prices in Blossom Valley rose 36% year-over-year through May and 15.8% since December, 2017. Average sales took a step back in June and July after peaking above $1,000,000. Bidding has been substantial, with sales peaking more than 14% above list in April and then dropping back to around 5% above list in July. 

Homes sales in the Blossom Valley area of San Jose by price range.

The histogram above breaks down homes sales over the past 12 months in Blossom Valley by price range. As shown, about half of these sales were over $1,100,000 whereas in 2017, the majority of sales were less than $1,000,000. In January, I stated that if the price trends continued, watch for a more equal share between the $800-1000k range and the $1000-1100K range by the end of the year. That prediction has already been surpassed. 

Blossom Valley Real Estate: 6-month Average: Days to Sell versus Price Range

The second rule of real estate after Location: Timing. Buyers and Sellers need to understand the time trends in the market. 

Sellers need to be aware of how long it might take to sell their home. Many variables affect this time, not the least of which is list price.

For the buyers, it is important to understand how fast you have to move – not just in responding to a home you like, but in how frequently you need to check the market and how quickly you need to make arrangements to view the home. Being away for a week can dramatically change the picture in this area market.

In 2017, the average time on market across all price ranges fell under 15 days and most were under 12. Here we see that the market has become even hotter, with all price ranges averaging 13 days or less and some at 9 to 10.

Understanding Price is imperative both form the Seller’s and Buyer’s perspectives.

For the seller, pricing too high can be disastrous. Buyers will focus their attention on lower-priced listings first. So can pricing so low that buyers wonder what is wrong with the property.

Much the current Silicon Valley Market is deliberately priced low to spark interest, often resulting in multiple offers driving the price up as evidenced by the ratios over 100%. 

Here we see that bidding is driving up average prices at least 7.8% above list, with 35% of Blossom Valley sales going 16% above list.

Blossom Valley Real Estate:6-month Average Sale Price to List Price Ratio by Price Range

The photos below show the lowest and highest sale price homes in Blossom Valley so far in 2017

Blossom Valley Single Family Home Sales in the past 12 months:

This 1,581 sf 4br/2ba home on a 5,500 sf lot sold for $668,000 in July 2017 and is currently the low price mark for Blossom Valley single family homes for the period.

This 3,734 sf 6br/4ba home on a 9,476 sf lot sold for $1,575,000 in May, 2018 and currently holds the high price mark for Blossom Valley single family homes in the period.

Blossom Valley Town Home and Condo Sales in the past 12 months

This 798 sf condo that sold for $385,000 in September, 2017 holds the low price mark for Blossom Valley condominiums and townhouses in the period.

This 2,049 sf 3br/3ba townhouse set a new high mark for Blossom Valley condominiums and townhouses when it sold for $1,112,000 in July, 2018.

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