Single-family home price trends in Silicon Valley

 
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Home prices throughout the Bay Area have reached all-time highs in the majority of communities from San Francisco to San Jose. How much has the price of single-family homes in Silicon Valley changed during the past year, from October 2014 to this past October? Let’s take a look.

Atherton

2014: $4,787,500  |  2015: $4,730,000  |  Change: -1%

Cupertino

2014: $1,744,000  |  2015: $1,705,000  |  Change: -2%

Los Altos

2014: $2,512,501  |  2015: $2,900,000  |  Change: +15%

Los Altos Hills

2014: $2,750,000  |  2015: $4,248,000  |  Change: +54%

Menlo Park

2014: $1,807,500  |  2015: $1,800,000  |  Change: 0%

Mountain View

2014: $1,552,888  |  2015: $1,820,000  |  Change: +17%

Palo Alto

2014: $2,510,000  |  2015: $2,750,000  |  Change: +10%

Portola Valley

2014: $2,200,000  |  2015: $2,612,500  |  Change: +19%

Redwood City

2014: $1,090,000  |  2015: $1,250,000  |  Change: +15%

San Jose

2014: $780,000  |  2015: $850,000  |  Change: +9%

San Carlos

2014: $1,425,000  |  2015: $1,651,750  |  Change: +16%

Sunnyvale

2014: $1,266,100  |  2015: $1,370,000  |  Change: +8%

Woodside

2014: $1,955,500  |  2015: $3,300,000  |  Change: +69%

As you can see, the price of single-family homes in Silicon Valley varies widely from community to community. The price is on the upswing in most cities, with typical month-to-month fluctuations. If you’re considering a move, I can show you homes that will amaze you with their exterior appeal and internal amenities.