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Danville Farmers Market

About the Danville Farmers’ Market It’s fresh and it’s fun – it’s the Danville Certified Farmers’ Market. Stop by the market for the season’s freshest fruits and vegetables – direct from the farmer – along with fresh cut flowers, bedding plants, fresh breads, and delicious specialty food items you can eat in the market or take with you to enjoy at home. The market is open every Saturday, year-round, rain or shine, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. When looking for a new area to move your family to it’s always a good idea to spend a day checking out the local activities! Enjoy your weekend!

NCS golf: Monte Vista girls win team title

Led by Angela Zhang and Hailey White, the Monte Vista High girls golf team won its first North Coast Section team championship since 2008 on Monday at Tilden Park Golf Course.   Click here for the rest of the story  

Hook a Higher Price For Your Home

When you receive an offer from a homebuyer, chances are it will be less than you expected. The housing turmoil of the last eight years has taught buyers to go in low, except in the most heated markets. It’s natural to get angry and indignant, but you won’t get a higher offer that way. You’ve got a fish on the hook, and jerking the rod won’t land it — you’ve got to reel it in. Like a good fisherman, you want to get the fish to the boat alive before you decide whether to throw it back. Before you fire back a reply, try to understand why the offer is so low. Sometimes the buyer will tell their agent and their agent will tell your agent. First look at the comparables they’re using — are they relevant? Is the condition of your home better or worse than other similar homes? Click here for the rest of the story

5 Resolutions For The Homebuyer

At the start of every New Year, people make all sorts of resolutions. Usually, resolutions entail changes designed around self improvement or increased efficiency in our daily or work lives. The reason we gravitate towards resolutions is because we want to learn from the mistakes we made over the last year.  But resolutions don’t need to stop at self improvement; if you are buying a home in 2014, here are five resolutions you should consider making:

Bay Area New Year’s Eve Events 2013

If you’re looking for somewhere to go on New Years Eve, check out this list of events in the Bay Area.

Should you list your home during the holidays?

With the holidays approaching, sellers often wonder if they should keep their properties on the market or take them off. Or if they haven’t listed their homes yet, should they wait until after the first of the year? Maybe hold off until spring?   Conventional wisdom used to be that you shouldn’t even try to sell your home during the busy holiday season. Potential home buyers were too preoccupied with attending parties, cooking meals, buying presents or planning vacations. With all that going on, there just wasn’t time to ride around with a real estate agent, looking at properties.

Caldecott Tunnel fourth bore to ease traffic backups during reverse commute

ORINDA — Bring on the Caldecott Tunnel fourth bore. Bring on the traffic relief. And say goodbye forever to the frustrating daily change of direction in tunnel lanes at one of the Bay Area’s most famous bottlenecks. After four years of work, the $417 million fourth and probably final bore of the 76-year-old Caldecott Tunnel, will likely open this weekend, Caltrans reports.

Most SRVUD Schools Meet Target on Test Scores

San Ramon Valley Unified School District met target goals for test performances this year. Windemere Ranch Middle boasts the highest API in the school district with 986 points,  according to numbers released Thursday by state school chief Tom Torlakson. Venture School increased 17 points from the 2012 Base Academic Performance Index of 787 to a 2013 Growth API of 805. Overall, 94 percent of the schools met target goal. Dougherty Valley high scored the highest among high schools, with a API score of 928.    

Free Subs at New Downtown Sub Shop

Jersey Mike’s Subs officially opened their doors August 7, with a unique grand entrance: free subs. The Jersey Shore-style sub franchise, located at 301 Hartz Ave., will circulate 10,000 coupons throughout the community offering a free regular sub for a minimum $1 contribution to the Taylor Family Foundation. The fundraiser runs until Sunday, Aug. 11, and benefits children in Northern California living with life-threatening and chronic illnesses and other developmental disabilities. Read the rest of the story

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Dave Bauer, Realtor® CaDRE# 01166202
380 Diablo Rd, Ste 100 Danville, CA 94526
Phone: (925) 855-4040

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