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Shortest Time To Sell Your Home In The SF Bay Area

Posted on: November 22nd, 2023 | By Cliff Keith | Blog, Sellers Tips | No Comments

Shortest Time To Sell Your Home In The SF Bay Area

Shortest Time To Sell Your Home In The SF Bay Area

Homeowners lately who have housing in Redwood City CA, are asking me…Cliff what is the Shortest Time in SF Bay Area to Sell Property? The answer has many possibilities. In selling homes there are always two major terms, which determines the time it takes to sell a home. Those are Price and Terms.

Price and Terms are found in both the Listing Agreement and the Purchase Agreement. Both impact how much money one gets for their home, and the amount of time their homes sell. Make sure you fully understand both aspect of your agreement before you sign anything.


Pre-Listing

In today’s real estate market in Redwood City CA home sales are brisk and usually sell for asking price or more. The current standard of practice by real estate brokers is to list the home and prepare it for the open market. During that period various inspections and report are performed. Additionally, trades people can fix any issues with the home found during the inspections. One repairs are completed ,staging the home is ordered. Staging will show the home in its finest light and will bring the homeowner more money.

At the same time marketing starts in the form of hiring a photographer crew to take pictures of the home. Seaming together photos taken for a virtual tour and writing content for a color flyer to give to all prospective buyers is a marketing technique used that works.

All of these aspect of marketing a home usually take 30 days. The current state of repairs  of the home may need extensive repair work and then that time frame could be longer. Every community shows a different number of days for a home to sell. Housing in Redwood City CA has an average days on market  before a home sales is between 10-20 days. This is historically low for nation-wide real estate markets, but not for property for sale in Redwood City CA.


Escrow period: (When the money changes hands)

Once the home sells there is an escrow period. Currently, the shortest I have seen for an escrow is 7 days with the average being 21 days. Appraisers, title officers, loan officers and wiring of funds take time and need time to complete their various tasks. The 7 day close usually happens because the buyer is an all cash buyer, meaning there is no loan just a bank transfer of funds. The Shortest Time in SF Bay Area to Sell Property then for a normal transaction is 61 days. This is from the signing of the listing agreement to the close of escrow.


Shortest Time To Sell Your Home In The SF Bay Area

Can I sell home faster than 21 days?

On the other hand if you are a seller who wants out of his home today under any conditions that time period shortens to 21 days or sooner. You will not receive the highest price for your home, nor the most favorable terms, but you will have a fast close of escrow.

The two scenario of a normal sale vs quick close of escrow are what a SF Bay Homeowner can expect when selling their home. In both cases choosing the correct Realtor that you want in your corner is utmost importance. Cliff Keith and Team has been helping homeowner in the SF Bay Area for the past 42+ years. Call or text, (650) 346-7366, us today to find out how we can help you too.

No need to worry.

Cliff Keith and Team dba SF Bay Homes are not a HARD SALE team. We want to educate our clients so their decisions for selling a home is based on knowledge and not emotion. You our business model is based on referrals from our past clients so we have to do a great job for our clients in order to stay in business. Do it now. Call Cliff Keith and Team and let’s see how we can help you. You’ll be glad you did. (650) 346-7366 or cliff@sfbayhomes.com 


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The 1st Thanksgiving Was Celebrated In 1621!

Posted on: November 22nd, 2023 | By Cliff Keith | Blog, Featured Posts, Holidays | No Comments

The 1st Thanksgiving Was Celebrated In 1621!

The 1st Thanksgiving Was Celebrated In 1621! The first Thanksgiving challenged early Americans and the American Indians. Because of its outcome of this important day it became an important part in our history. Thanksgiving from those early days in Plymouth is a day still enjoyed by all on this thankful Fall day.

What happened?

When early autumn of 1621  there was only around 53 of the surviving Pilgrims from over 200 who started the first colony. The Pilgrims celebrated their old English custom of acknowledging their successful harvest.

The Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Native Americans, work together forming a new bond as equals and friends.

Do remember William Bradford?

William Bradford was the Governor of Plymouth the first colony in the new frontier know as King George’s America. Everyone loved their new Country and the religious freedom it provided them. As the colony began to grow all its colonists went about their lives as they saw fit Some farmed, some continued skills they had learned in their early life. Unfortunately, there were some who believed doing nothing was productive enough. Come harvest time everyone started to realize there wasn’t enough food to survive the winter. The yield produced by those that farmed was low. There was not enough food for everyone.

American Indians to the rescue

 

Seeing the suffering of the Colonist, Indian Chief,  Massasoit brought 90 of his Braves to the Colonist’s Thanksgiving celebrate with food in hand.  Massasoit was a teacher who showed the Colonists how to grow their plants. He did this with an example of adding fish head under the seed.  Collaboration between the American Indians  and the Colonists provided the opportunity for the success of Plymouth and the establishment of the  beginning of the United States of America.

The Free Enterprise System

William Bradford realized the method of governance used in Plymouth did not work for the best of all.  He proclaimed that in the if the citizens of Plymouth did not produce something to barter or trade with others in the future would not be help by others.

What US President started the tradition?

In 1863, Abraham Lincoln was the President.  Lincoln began the now National tradition of  Thanksgiving. This was a time in history Lincoln was looking for a way to ease the tension between the North and South. A sad time in US history

Happy Thanksgiving

I would like to wish you and your family-loved ones the best Thanksgiving ever this year. Being thankful only one day out the year doesn’t seem to be enough. Enjoy!

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Veterans Day A Brief History

Posted on: November 8th, 2023 | By Cliff Keith | Holidays | No Comments

Veterans Day A Brief History

Veterans Day A Brief History
9th Cav “We Can We Will”

 

Veterans Day; Americans know on November 11, 1918 was the day at the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, in the eleventh month, was the end of the “The Great War” WWI.  It was the date the fighting ceased between the Allied Forces and Germany. November 11, 1918 was the end of War I. Furthermore, it was the location of signing the Treaty of Versailles between the Allied Forces and Germany. The Treaty was signed June 28, 1919, almost 8 months later after the fighting stopped.

Who was the leading supporters?

In 1919, US President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11th as the first Armistice Day.  “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride. For the heroism of those who died in the country’s service. And with gratitude for the victory” President Woodrow said this to his fellow Americans.

The Plan

Most noteworthy, the day was design to be one of celebrations. Originally there were parades and patriotic public meetings. Armistice Day surrounded itself with the feelings of thanks and good will towards others. Traditionally the United States outwardly displayed a spirit of peace and good relations with other nations. Americans  believed they had fought the last war they would ever have to fight.  No American wanted to experience the severe realities of war, which they had just gone through!

What did Congress do?

Veterans Day A Brief History
Medals Vietnam Era

Congress officially recognized the end of World War I on June 4, 1926. Congress at that time passed a resolution using these words:

“Whereas the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far-reaching war in human annals and the resumption by the people of the United States of peaceful relations with other nations, which we hope may never again be severed.”

“Whereas it is fitting that the recurring anniversary of this date should be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations.”

And, “Whereas the legislatures of twenty-seven of our States have already declared November 11 to be a legal holiday:

Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), that the President of the United States is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on November 11.”

Thus “inviting the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies of friendly relations with all other people.”

May 13, 1938,  Congress made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday.  After WWII in 1954 Congress Amended the Act, at the request of veterans service organization.  “Armistice” and replaced it with “Veterans”.  June 1, 1954. November 11th became the day to honor American veterans for all wars.

Here’s a video of my unit in Vietnam

Veterans Day A Brief History
Combat Infantry Badge (CIB)

Do You Remember President Dwight D. Eisenhower?

October 8, 1954 President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued the first Veterans Day Proclamation.

Content of the Veterans Day Proclamation states: “In order to insure proper and widespread observance of this anniversary, all veterans, all veterans’ organizations, and the entire citizenry will wish to join hands in the common purpose.” 

“Toward this end, I am designating the Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs as Chairman of a Veterans Day National Committee, which shall include such other persons as the Chairman may select, and which, will coordinate at the national level necessary planning for the observance.”

In conclusion, President Eisenhower went on to say because: “I am also requesting the heads of all departments and agencies of the Executive branch of the Government to assist the National Committee in every way possible.”  We have President Eisenhower to thank because he was the one who organized the modern-day legislation for Veterans. It stands to reason with President Eisenhower being a 5 Star General in the US Army during WWII. He was also the Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force in Europe.

Making it simple

Though simplifying National Holidays, by making them a standard 3 day weekends, was the accepted solution. Congress on June 28, 1968 standardized National Holidays.  Congress’s simple plan was to combine and celebrate 4 National Holidays. Mondays would be the day for these National Holidays. Here’s the designated holidays Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Columbus Day.

Veterans Day A Brief History
DAV Seal

In 1971 there was an outcry by Americans. Because they wanted Congress to fix the current abstract holiday schedule. They were worried about a standard 3-day holidays for all holiday suggested by Congress. President Gerald R. Ford, on September 20th, 1975, signed Public Law 94-97 (89 Stat. 479), which returned the annual observance of Veterans Day to its original date. As you may recall that was November 11th.

Preserving the historical significance of the original meaning of the Armistice Day.  Keeping the Veterans in the forefront of this legal federal holiday. Please don’t forget the American Veteran for all they have done for our great country. Because some served, and some gave the ultimate sacrifice, for their country.

Today, please help me by saying thank you to all the Veterans you may know or have known. They deserve your recognition and praise. Therefore, please do your part as an American and simply say thank you.

We Can – We Will

 

Veterans Day A Brief History
Made in USA

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Don’t Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days

Posted on: November 6th, 2023 | By Cliff Keith | Holidays, Video | No Comments

Don’t Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days

Don't Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days
9th Cav “We Can We Will”

Veterans Day: Some Americans know that on November 11, 1918 at the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, in the eleventh month, was the end of the “The Great War” WWI.  November 11th was when the fighting stopped between the Allied Forces and Germany. It was the end of the The Great War. The Treaty of Versailles is the location the Allied Forces and Germany signed their Treaty. However, it was not signed until June 28, 1919 almost 8 months later after the fighting completely stopped.


Who was the leading supporters?

In 1919, US President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11th as the first Armistice Day.  “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with pride because of the heroism of those who died in their country’s service. And with gratitude for the victory” President Woodrow said this to his fellow Americans.


The Plan.

Most noteworthy, the day was design to be one of celebrations. Originally there were parades and patriotic public meetings. Armistice Day had the feelings of thanks and good-will towards others. Traditionally the United States additionally displayed a spirit of peace and good relations with all other nations. Americans believed they had fought their last war in history with any other Country.  No American wanted to experience the severe realities of war, which they had just gone through!


What did Congress do?

Don't Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days
Veterans Day A Brief History some medals earn in Viet Nam

Congress officially recognized the end of World War I on June 4, 1926. Congress at that time passed a resolution using these words:

“Whereas the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far-reaching war in human annals and the resumption by the people of the United States of peaceful relations with other nations, which we hope may never again be severed.”

“Whereas it is fitting that the recurring anniversary of this date should be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations.”

And, “Whereas the legislatures of twenty-seven of our States have already declared November 11 to be a legal holiday:

Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), that the President of the United States is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on November 11.”

Thus “inviting the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies of friendly relations with all other people.”

May 13, 1938,  Congress made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday.  After WWII in 1954 Congress Amended the Act, at the request of veterans service organization.  “Armistice” and replaced it with “Veterans”.  June 1, 1954, November 11th became the day to honor American veterans of all wars.


Don't Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days
Combat Infantry Badge (CIB)

Remember President Dwight D. Eisenhower?

October 8, 1954 President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued the first Veterans Day Proclamation.

Content of the Veterans Day Proclamation states:“In order to insure proper and widespread observance of this anniversary, all veterans, all veterans’ organizations, and the entire citizenry will wish to join hands in the common purpose.” 

“Toward this end, I am designating the Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs as Chairman of a Veterans Day National Committee, which shall include such other persons as the Chairman may select, and which, will coordinate at the national level necessary planning for the observance.”

In conclusion, President Eisenhower went on to say because: “I am also requesting the heads of all departments and agencies of the Executive branch of the Government to assist the National Committee in every way possible.”  We have President Eisenhower to thank because he was the one who organized the modern-day legislation for Veterans.


Making it simple

Though simplifying National Holidays by making them a standard 3 day weekends was the accepted solution. Congress on June 28, 1968 standardized National Holidays.  Congress’s simple plan was to combine and celebrate 4 National Holidays. Mondays would be the day for these National Holidays. Here’s those holidays Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Columbus Day.

Don't Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days
DAV Seal

In 1971 there was an outcry by Americans to fix the current abstract holiday schedule. A standard 3-day holidays for all holiday was suggested by politicians. President Gerald R. Ford, on September 20th, 1975, signed Public Law 94-97 (89 Stat. 479), which returned the annual observance of Veterans Day to its original date. As you may recall that was November 11th . Standard 3-day national holidays was scheduled to begin starting in 1978.

Preserving the historical significance of the original meaning of the Armistice Day.  Keeping the Veterans in the forefront of this legal federal holiday. Please don’t forget the American Veteran for all they have done for our great country. Because some served, and some gave the ultimate sacrifice, for the good of their country.

Today, please help me by saying thank you to all the Veterans you may know or have known. They deserve your recognition and praise. If nothing else, do your part as an American and simply say thank you.

We Can – We Will


Don't Confuse Veterans Day With Other Days
Made in USA

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Are You Thinking of Firing Your Real Estate Agent?


Are You Thinking of Firing Your Real Estate Agent?

Are You Thinking of Firing Your Real Estate Agent?

Real Estate agents can be helpful but sometimes they can be useless. In this post you will discover reasons why you need a good agent. They will help you buy or sell your home. Sometimes you’ll find an agent who has commission breath. That agent will say or do anything to get you to sign a binding agreement. They are the most self-serving profession on the planet! If you meet one of these type of agent, RUN as fast as you can away from them.

By yourself you can find homes that are for sale. Find out what homes sold for in your neighborhood. And get the list for all the current open houses for the week-end. How hard could it be? Realtors have an easy job without any skill set.

Are the previous paragraphs true?  It depends on who you ask, but for the most part they are not true. Those paragraph describe the exception not the rule. And, there are 4 great reasons why you need a Realtor when buying or selling a home.


The 4 reasons

To start with, just because you have all the data about homes at your finger-tips doesn’t mean you understand it. For example, what does it mean if you see the months of inventory number going up? At what point do you need to heed to the trend or only keep an eye on it? Historically is last week’s figure worrisome while sitting at 4.2 for months of inventory?

This is only one example of data that needs interpretation you get from a seasoned and knowledgeable Realtor. Unless you have followed the month of inventory for at least the last six month. How would you know that mid-March the trend bottomed out? Likewise, how that trend has been on a steady upward movement? This trend was causing a good market for home buyers.


Points to consider

A home buyer knowing this would understand a full price offer might be too high of a bid to offer. A home buyer would be advised by a good agent to offer under full price. And will be the offer to be accept as the market is shifting. You may have the data, however, know how it relates to the current market is important in understand. And don’t forget about the lender and how they can stop the process immediately.

Secondly, homeowners who want to sell their homes by themselves are aware of the need for smart marketing to sell their home. They want to save the commission, which can be a lot of money. Craigslist Ads or a flyer is not the best way to sell a home in today real estate market.

Today’s home buyers want full disclosure about the home and see all the repairs completed and final permits by the local building department. Buyers want a move-in condition home. Their incomes are high and they don’t have time like the “Baby-Boomers”.


Boomers vs Today’s Home Buyers

Boomers wanted home where they could supply sweat-equity by making improvement themselves with their new home. This is another reason for the current rapid increase of home values, which is picture perfect today by including staging, updated kitchen and bathrooms, and customized amenities to meet the wants of today’s home buyer.

Unless you have the finger on the pulse of today’s home-buyer you will not bring a product (your home) to market that will sell for top dollar, in the shortest time, and with the least amount of issues and demands from buyers.

The sad part is, frustration sets in and then there is no one to act as the “go-between” between buyers and sellers and the deal dies a painful death without the meeting of the minds by all parties.


Don’t cry, be happy

Are You Thinking of Firing Your Real Estate Agent?

My third point to hire a Realtor for your real estate transaction is the inside track most Realtors have with each other. Realtor will talk directly to a fellow agent because there isn’t any emotions on the table. It’s more a matter-of-fact conversation about what their clients want and need. It doesn’t mean they will have a meeting of the minds but they will communicate what each sides want in the transaction. If they decide, with the advice and help of their clients, that the price and terms are unacceptable to either party they can move on to another home. It’s the most efficient way to transfer ownership of real property for all the parties involved.


What do most people do?

Finally, believe it or not most real estate transactions happen because of a Realtor. The terms are far better for all parties and the legal mistakes happen less often. In today’s market we are seeing homes being sold for over $10M by Realtors. There is a reason for this. Even smart people understand the usefulness of a Realtor’s expertise.

Realtors know where the nooks and crannies are hidden. They know the customs and traditions of their respective markets, which vastly vary from one community to another. For example, a percolation test in Redwood City is usually not needed but if you are in Woodside, more times than not you better order one for a new buyer.


What is a FISBO?

FISBO (For Sale By Owner) is a term for those who are thinking of not using a Realtor during your buying or selling a home. The learning curve may surprise you and the amount of “stuff” you will need to do and pay for up front may even shock you. Realtors, like any profession have good ones and there are bad ones. Selecting a Realtor also takes time and effort. One simple hint is if you want to use a Realtor be sure to write all questions you may have and ask each agent you interview the same questions so you can compare apples to apples.

If you would like a list of questions to ask a Realtor you want to interview send me email to cliff@sfbayhomes.com and ask my report, “The 12 Most Important Questions to Ask a Realtor” I will send it right out to you. Best of all it’s FREE and without obligation.


Conclusion

In conclusion, a Realtor is worth their weight in gold provided you hire the right one. Asking the right questions in the beginning is the best way I know to insure you have a successful and profitable real estate transaction.

It should go without say Cliff Keith and Team would love the opportunity to go to work for you with all your real estate needs. We’re always striving to become your Realtor for Life. Use information in the signature below to contact us TODAY! We will get the job done for you right the first time! And tweet this post below please. Thanks.


Probates

SF Bay Homes helps Administrators’ and Executors with their Probates. During the probate process many mistakes can be made. There is an easy way to avoid these mistakes. One way is to know what is required of you and have the step by step duties of an Administrator or Executor.

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Historical Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA c.1859

Posted on: October 15th, 2023 | By Cliff Keith | Featured Posts, Holidays, Redwood City History, Thursday Historical Information | No Comments

Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA 

Historical Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA c.1859
The windmill inside of Union Cemetery

 

 

Historical Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA  c.1859. If you would like to read more about Union Cemetery click this link.

Redwood City, CA: Every Memorial Day the Archives Committee of the Redwood City Library celebrate the memories of past Redwood City pioneers and soldiers by having a ceremony at Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA located on Woodside Road at the El Camino Real exchange.

 

Who Is The Archives Committee and the Union Cemetery Committee?

The Archives Committee and the Union Cemetery Committee have worked for many years cleaning, repairing graves, burial crypts, fencing, and rebuilding of the windmill. They also worked with the Historical Resources Advisory Committee to gain help for landscaping, lighting, and patrolled security.

During the 1970’s Union Cemetery became in a state of disrepair. Vandalism of the cemetery was running rampant. Homeless people were make Union Cemetery their home. During the Halloween holiday various people would enter into the cemetery and perform some sort of witch-craft rituals like grave etchings.There was also damages to the gravesides as well as the grounds themselves ravaged.

What damage was done?

Historical Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA c.1859
Union Soldier statue

Stopping the ongoing damage became top priority for many concerned Redwood City citizens. They took it upon themselves to reclaim Union Cemetery.  They started by removing the bronze Union Soldier Statue and having it restored. One of the arms of the statue got torn off and was loose on the foundation. These concerned citizens repaired grave sites including wooden crosses and head stones as well as graves with metal parts. Additionally they found an opened concrete burial crypts and the citizens re-sealed the burial crypts and secured it to help prevent the same thing from happening again.

Everyone helped

The Archives Committee and the Union Cemetery Committee brought in an Arborist to grade and inspect all the trees including the Victorian rose bushes that one can see climbing the fence along Woodside Road. With their ongoing commitment to the preservation of Union Cementer everyone saw what a great job and sense of pride it brought to the community. The City of Redwood City was instrumental with their ongoing resources, support and encouragement from staff to our City Officials.

Where can I read more about Union Cemetery?

If you would like to know more about Union Cemetery, you can go to the Main Downtown Library at 1044 Middlefield Road. Go to the second floor and look for the Archives Section. They have limited hours so call ahead to make sure someone will be there to help you.

You can look around this blog for other information on other historical aspects of Redwood City and Union Cemetery.

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When you call me we will discuss what’s most important to you. How I can help you. What would be your next step if I can help you. I am not a miracle man but I do have 40+ years of experience in Redwood City real estate. If I can help I will know where we can go to get you the help you need.

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Historical Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA c.1859
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