San Bruno continues to see new inventory hit the market to satisfy the increasing pool of buyers. While other local markets are seeing competitive buyers engage in multiple offer bidding wars, San Bruno remains reasonably priced while offering good value.
New on the market this week is this Rollingwood rancher located at 2520 Cottownwood Drive. This two-story light-filled home offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms and is located close to . The remodeled kitchen offers granite counter tops, a Thermador range and a lazy susan.
The breakfast area features a bayview window and skylights. A large family room contains a cozy gas fireplace and opens up to a sunny deck overlooking the yard. Downstairs, you'll find a bonus room and bathroom.
This home comes courtesy of Alba Lopez of Coldwell Banker and is offered at $575,000. The home is open this Sunday from 1-4 p.m. Find a full set of pictures and additonal information regarding this fine home HERE.
Question of the Week
The question of the week comes from Drew, an appraiser from Hayward, who asks: "How would school closure affect homes prices in the Crestmoor area?"
Answer: Drew, while it is hard to put a hard number on a dollar amount, any school closure would adversely affect the neighborhood's home values. Home buyers, especially those starting families, are very interested in the local school and its performance. In addition, local schools are used by residents as parks and playgrounds. A good school creates desirability which in turn creates demand.
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Joseph Capote is a Realtor with Alain Pinel Realtors. He also serves on the board of directors for the San Bruno Chamber of Commerce. He can be reached at JCapote@apr.com or 650-375-1111.