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July 16, 2008

Pasadena Real Estate Market Report - June 2008

If you are living in Pasadena California or are thinking about relocating to Pasadena, you've come to the right place.

This post will be updated monthly, around the first week of the month, for the previous month and will give you key real estate market indicators for Pasadena California. Bookmark this page and visit it each month to see how Pasadena homes, condos and townhomes are faring in today's real estate market.

If you are already a Pasadena homeowner and would like to get a monthly email sent to you with real estate activity around your Pasadena home, please Pasadena real estate market real time report page and order your real estate weekly market report. You will not be contacted by me or anyone on my team and the information will be generated automatically via email based on the criteria that you list.

If you are seriously considering selling your Pasadena home and would like a private consultation, please contact me at 626-627-7107 or Irina@Irina4RealEstate.com.

Additional Pasadena housing reports:

LATEST PASADENA Real Estate Statistics

Pasadena Real Estate Market Update - July 2008

Pasadena Real Estate Market Update - August 2008

Pasadena Real Estate Market Update - September 2008

Pasadena Real Estate Market Report for the month of June 2008:

Single Family Residence  
New Listings 77
Total Listings 388
Sales Pending 54
Homes Sold 54
Listings Expired 48
Average Days on the Market 121
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $445
Average Selling Price $968,727
   
   
Condos  
New Listings 52
Total Listings 182
Sales Pending 30
Homes Sold 24
Listings Expired 34
Average Days on the Market 126
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $391
Average Selling Price $503,451
   
   
Townhomes  
New Listings 36
Total Listings 90
Sales Pending 9
Homes Sold 11
Listings Expired 7
Average Days on the Market 102
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $391
Average Selling Price $ 555,236

Pasadena Real Estate Market Report for the month of May 2008:

Single Family Residence May-08
New Listings 120
Total Listings 424
Sales Pending 43
Homes Sold 58
Listings Expired 52
Average Days on the Market 82
Average Selling Price $955,191
   
   
Condos May-08
New Listings 33
Total Listings 199
Sales Pending 14
Homes Sold 20
Listings Expired 20
Average Days on the Market 94
Average Selling Price $538,075
   
   
Townhomes May-08
New Listings 22
Total Listings 81
Sales Pending 7
Homes Sold 14
Listings Expired 33
Average Days on the Market 115
Average Selling Price $592,857

* Data compiled from ITEC MLS

SEARCH PASADENA CONDOS AND TOWNHOMES FOR SALE

Click on the zip code below for a list of homes (SFR) for sale in tht zip code:

91101

91103

91104

91105

91106

91107

Posted By: Irina Netchaev - Pasadena California Real Estate Agent - Irina Netchaev & Associates.

(626) 629-8439

Interested in more information about Greater Pasadena Area cities, check out our City Guides below:

Alhambra City Guide

Altadena City Guide

Arcadia City Guide

Eagle Rock City Guide

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Pasadena City Guide

San Gabriel City Guide

San Marino City Guide

Sierra Madre City Guide

South Pasadena City Guide

And, if you are interested in fun activities to do, take a look at our 365 Things To Do In Pasadena® page.

Thinking of selling your home? Interested in finding out the current market value of your single family home, condo or investment property? Then call Irina Netchaev at (626) 629-8439 to discuss what is happening in today’s Southern California Real Estate Market.

July 15, 2008

Pasadena California: IndyMac Seizure - Is Your Money Safe?

In the wake of Pasadena California IndyMac bank being seized by Federal Regulators today, the question most of us are asking is how safe are our deposits whether we were banking with IndyMac, WAMU, Wachovia, Wells Fargo or any other bank?

A quick background for those of you that are not aware of the situation. IndyMac specialized in what many in the real estate industry called "Liar Loans". If you could breathe and sign your name, IndyMac was glad to lend you money to buy a home whether or not you were financially qualified.

Now... I'm being a bit harsh here, but really risky lending practices did get IndyMac in major trouble and put them in a precarious financial situation.

To help IndyMac along, Senator Schumer (NY) caused an old-fashioned bank run when he wrote a letter to the San Francisco Fed President concerned about IndyMac Bank's ability to weather the storm....then, he made that letter public. IndyMac Bank ceased new loan operations, in an effort to manage the loans they have on their books, on Monday. On Friday, the Feds closed IndyMac Bank down.

Read More: Brian Brady's Mortgage Rates Report - July 14, 2008

IndyMac becomes the largest OTS-regulated savings and loan to fail and second-biggest financial institution to close behind Continental Illinois in 1984, according to the FDIC.

Read More: IndyMac Bancorp is Seized

If you have money in IndyMac, what does it mean to you?

If you visit www.IndyMac.com, you will see that there is a link to the FDIC Website which provides some general information. Here's an excerpt:

Principal and interest on insured accounts, through July 11, 2008, are fully insured by the FDIC, up to the insurance limit of $100,000. You will receive full payment for your insured account. Certain entitlements and different types of accounts can be insured for more than the $100,000 limit. IRA funds are insured separately from other types of accounts, up to a $250,000 limit.

All accounts that exceed the $100,000 insurance limit, and/or all accounts that appear to be related and exceed this limit, are reviewed by the FDIC to determine their ownership and insurance coverage. If you think you might have uninsured deposits you should call the FDIC Call Center to arrange for a telephone interview with a Claims Agent at 866-806-5919 .

If it is determined that you have uninsured funds, the FDIC will generate and mail to you a Receiver Certificate. This certificate entitles you to share proportionately in any funds recovered through the disposal of the assets of IndyMac Bank, F.S.B. This means that you will eventually recover some of your uninsured funds. The FDIC declared a 50% advance dividend for uninsured deposits.

If you have a home equity line of credit with IndyMac, the word on the street is that it has been frozen and will be reviewed on a case by case basis.

Credit lines to commercial construction contractors also will be frozen pending a review, but construction loans made to individual consumers will not be affected.

Customers of IndyMac's reverse-mortgage subsidiary will continue to have access to their funds. Reverse mortgages provide older homeowners with periodic payments or a credit line secured by their homes.

Read More: IndyMac reopens after seizure

How diversified are your bank accounts? Do you have all your accounts in the same bank? Are you over FDIC insured limits?

I was over at Washington Mutual in San Marino earlier today making a deposit. As I was waiting in line, I heard several conversations about FDIC limits. Everyone is nervous, myself included.

There were long lines today on Lake and Walnut in Pasadena as IndyMac customers were trying to withdraw funds. Some stood in line as long as 4 hours per my conversation with a bank representative of Wells Fargo who has been busily opening accounts all day today for IndyMac customers and others who want to diversify their accounts with various banks. By the way, if you were fortunate to get through the long line and have a cashier's check from IndyMac, Wells Fargo is putting a hold on the money to ensure that it clears.

What can you do to protect your money?

1. Don't keep all your accounts in one bank. Even if you are within the FDIC insured limits, how long will it take for you to get your money? Open several accounts in different banks.

2. Make sure that you are under the FDIC insured limits. FDIC stands for Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. It is an independent agency of the US government. Its purpose is to protect you against the loss of your depoists if an FDIC insured bank or savings association fails.

FDIC insures all deposits including checking, CDs, NOW and savings accounts.

FDIC does not insure money invested in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, life insurance policies, anuuities, or municipal securities, even if you purchased these products from an insured bank.

Basic FDIC Insurance Amount is $100,000.

The basic insurance amount is $100,000 per depostor per insured bank. Certain retirement accounts, like IRAs are insured up to $250,000 per depoistor per insure bank.

Coverage over $100,000.

You may qualify for more than $100,000 in coverage at one insured bank if you own deposit accounts in different ownership categories.

The most common ownership categoires are:

  • Single Accounts
  • Certain Retirement Accounts
  • Joint Accounts
  • Revocable Trust Accounts.

Call FDIC for more information at 1-877-ASK-FDIC ( 1-877-275-3342 )

You can also calculate your insurance coverage using the FDIC's online Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator at: http://www.fdic.gov/edie/. Please note, some literature provided by the banks has the estimator at www.fdic.gov/edie. This is not correct. See the link in red above.

Protect yourself with knowledge and keep your money safe!

Posted By: Irina Netchaev - Pasadena California Real Estate Agent- Irina Netchaev & Associates. Irina and her Team of Real Estate experts work in the beautiful Pasadena California specializing in Pasadena Real Estate, San Marino Real Estate, South Pasadena Real Estate, San Gabriel Real Estate, Altadena Real Estate, Alhambra Real Estate, Monterey Hills Real Estate, Arcadia Real Estate, Sierra Madre Real Estate and surrounding communities.

July 13, 2008

Should You Buy or Rent in Pasadena?

Pasadena California Real Estate Home Blog is pleased to welcome a guest writer from Ann Arbor, Michigan - Missy Caulk.

Should you buy or rent if you are moving to Pasadena or the surrounding cities in the San Gabriel Valley? We get asked that question frequently.

The answer is "it depends on your individual circumstance".

One of the first things to ask yourself is, How long will you be living in Pasadena?

In the past it definitely made more sense to buy a home, but now it really depends. If you are a Medical Resident working at the Huntington Memorial Hospital and will only be here 3-4 years, then perhaps renting is the best option. Do you have a dog, that needs space to run? All of those personal decisions should enter into your decision.

Here's a mortgage - rent vs. buy - calculator that you can play around with. Put in what it will cost you to rent, and along side of it put it the monthly mortgage payment. You can add in the interest rate you have been quoted, and the cost of selling the house in the year you plan to move.

Home prices have never been better in Pasadena, so if after doing the research you can begin your home search here, to see all the homes on the market throughout San Gabriel Valley. You'll be happy to see the houses with Google Satellite Images, Google maps and multiple photos.

You can also find rentals, listed through the Pasadena area and surrounding cities like South Pasadena, San Marino, Arcadia, Altadena, Alhambra, Sierra Madre, Monterey Hills and more.

Renting vs Buying is a personal decision, and it is always best to speak to qualified professionals about your financial decisions.

Thank you Missy!

Posted in Buyers
July 11, 2008

Pasadena California Homes for Sale in 91104 Zip Code


READ MORE:  Pasadena real estate update 2012 – see luxury home sales.


Irina is a Top Realtor and the founder and President of Pasadena Views Real Estate Team™. She is available to assist you in all of your Real Estate transactions. Email or call her today at (626)629-8439.

Are you relocating to Pasadena?  If so, take a look at our 365 Things To Do In Pasadena® .  Call us at 626-629-8439 to schedule a time for your free home buyer or home seller consultation!

July 11, 2008

General Contractors: How to Avoid Getting Scammed by one!

To be very honest, the reason for writing this post is because I am a victim of an unscrupulous general contractor who is currently licensed by California State Contractor's Board, operates out of Monrovia California and is continuing to take advantage of consumers.

I am hoping that by sharing my story, you will be able to avoid a similar situation and be smarter in making hiring and payment decisions.
My story begins just like most when I was in the process of getting my house ready for sale.  Prior to putting my San Gabriel home on the market and listing it in our Multiple Listing Service, I wanted to get it painted inside and out, change out some bathroom fixtures, update handles on kitchen drawers and cabinets, change out some light fixtures and do little things here and there to make the house perfect for the new buyers.

At the same time, I also had an investment property that I was getting ready to rent out that needed to be updated - interior painting, a new air conditioning unit installed, fixtures, etc.

We were also buying a new home in San Marino and needed to have work done there.

This General Contractor who shall remain nameless, but whose name implies that he is in CONTROL, was awarded all three jobs.
Well... this guy was totally OUT of CONTROL!

  • * There was no oversight at all on 2 of the 3 projects he was hired to manage.
  • * Unqualified and unlicensed subcontractors were hired.
  • * All deadlines were missed.
  • * The delays in these projects ended up costing me a tremendous amount of money due to last minute rescheduling of other service providers and loss of work time between my husband and I.
  • * The work that was done was incomplete or sub-standard.
  • * Charges were ridiculously inflated because the contractor didn't have time or his computer was down or a zillion of other excuses and didn't put the charges for change orders in writing. Everything was verbal.
  • * I learned how to beg and beg and beg and beg....
  • * I was totally at the mercy of this guy given the deadlines that needed to be met and the amount of money that was paid in advance for the work to be performed.
  • * Come to find out after getting a payment in full from me, this wonderful god-fearing man who attends church on a regular basis decided not to pay his sub-contractors and opened me up to potential Mechanic's Liens.
  • * I am getting various phone calls, packages in the mail and people stopping by my house to check if my contractor received his payment from me.
  • * Warranty on items like Air Conditioning unit are not honored because the A/C guy didn't get paid. UGHHHHHHH

How did I pick this jewel of a contractor?</strong> He was a husband of a friend.
Lesson #1 - Do NOT hire a friend without checking his references fully!
I've been doing some research to see what steps I could have taken to ensure this didn't happen. So... here's a list I put together that you can use when you're thinking of hiring a contractor.

  • * Hire only licensed contractors and check their status with California Contractors State License Board at 1-800-321-2752
  • * Get a minimum of three references. Go out and take a look physically at thier past work.
  • * Get at least three bids.
  • * Get a written contract and don't sign anything until you completely understand the terms.
  • * Never pay more than 10% down or $1,000 whichever is less.
  • * Don't let your payments get ahead of their work. Keep records of payments.
  • * Don't make a final payment until you're satisfied with the job.
  • * Don't pay cash.
  • * Keep a job file of all papers relating to your project.

To avoid Mechanic's Liensfiled against your property, Contractors State License Board suggests the following:

  • * Make sure your contractor hires only licensed subcontractors, and check their licenses, too
  • * Check up on your prime contractors reputation for payment and lawsuits at the local courthouse, suppliers, and subcontractors;
  • * Get a list of all subcontractors, laborers, and materials suppliers to be used by your prime contractor.
  • * The simplest way to prevent liens is to pay with joint checks.
  • * Compare the contractor's bill for materials or labor, compare it to the schedule of payments in your contract and the Preliminary 20-Day Notices
  • * Make sure that work was done as described
  • * Make out the check to both the contractor and the supplier, or subcontractor.
  • * Both parties will have to endorse the check, which will ensure that the subcontractors and suppliers get paid.

And, finally:
* Before making final payment, make sure that you get a signed conditional release from all possible lien claimants. You can download a copy of a lien release here.
* After you pay, the contractor should get you an unconditional release signed by each of the claimants paid for the portion of the work being released. Make sure that the actual claimant signs the unconditional release.

By law, you may withhold the next payment until you get the unconditional releases for the previous payment.

File a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder's office</strong> after work is completed, you can reduce the amount of time a contractor, subcontractor or supplier has to record a claim.

This Notice reduces the amount of time a contractor has to record a mechanic's lien from 90 to 60 days, and reduces the time a subcontractor or materials supplier has to record a mechanic's lien from 90 days to 30 days.
The Notice of Completion form may be obtained through your County Recorder's office or a stationary or office supply store that stock legal forms.

Good luck in hiring a contractor and please follow the steps outlined above to save yourself a lot of aggravation and headaches.

July 9, 2008

South Pasadena Real Estate Market Report

If you are living in South Pasadena or are thinking about relocating to South Pasadena, you've come to the right place.

This post will be updated monthly, around the first week of the month, for the previous month and will give you key real estate market indicators for South Pasadena California. Bookmark this page and visit it each month to see how South Pasadena homes and condos are faring in today's real estate market.

If you are already a South Pasadena homeowner and would like to get a monthly email sent to you with real estate activity around your South Pasadena home, please click here and order your real estate monthly market report. You will not be contacted by me or anyone on my team and the information will be generated automatically via email based on the criteria that you list.

If you are seriously considering selling your South Pasadena home and would like a private consultation, please contact me at 626-627-7107 or Irina@Irina4RealEstate.com.

South Pasadena Real Estate Market Report for the month of June 2008:

Single Family Residence Jun-08
New Listings 10
Total Listings 38
Sales Pending 9
Homes Sold 14
Listings Expired 6
Average Days on the Market 93
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $532
Average Selling Price $1,579,714
Condos and Townhomes
New Listings 8
Total Listings 19
Sales Pending 2
Homes Sold 2
Listings Expired 1
Average Days on the Market 95
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $402
Average Selling Price $635,944

 

South Pasadena Real Estate Market Report for the month of May 2008:

Single Family Residence May-08
New Listings 11
Total Listings 34
Sales Pending 8
Homes Sold 4
Listings Expired 27
Average Days on the Market 85
Average Selling Price $883,750
Condos and Townhomes May-08
New Listings 4
Total Listings 14
Sales Pending 3
Homes Sold 3
Listings Expired 14
Average Days on the Market 52
Average Selling Price $479,167

Posted By: Irina Netchaev - Pasadena California Real Estate Agent - Pasadena Views Real Estate Team. Irina and her team of Real Estate experts work in the beautiful Pasadena California specializing in Pasadena Real Estate, San Marino Real Estate, South Pasadena Real Estate, San Gabriel Real Estate, Altadena Real Estate, Alhambra Real Estate, Monterey Hills Real Estate, Arcadia Real Estate, Sierra Madre Real Estate and surrounding communities.

(626) 629-8439

July 8, 2008

Altadena Real Estate Market Report

If you are living in Altadena or are thinking about relocating to Altadena, you've come to the right place.

This post will be updated monthly, around the first week of the month, for the previous month and will give you key real estate market indicators for Altadena California. Bookmark this page and visit it each month to see how Altadena homes and condos are faring in today's real estate market.

If you are already an Altadena homeowner and would like to get a monthly email sent to you with real estate activity around your Altadena home, please click here and order your real estate monthly statistical and trending report. You will not be contacted by me or anyone on my team and the information will be generated automatically via email based on the criteria that you list.

If you are seriously considering selling your Altadena home and would like a private consultation, please contact me at 626-627-7107 or Irina@Irina4RealEstate.com.


Read More: Altadena Real Estate Market Report August 2008

Altadena Real Estate Market Report for the month of June 2008:

Single Family Residence Jun-08
New Listings 36
Total Listings 137
Sales Pending 37
Homes Sold 31
Listings Expired 13
Average Days on the Market 116
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $378
Average Selling Price $745,097
Condos and Townhomes Jun-08
New Listings 1
Total Listings 4
Sales Pending 0
Homes Sold 1
Listings Expired 1
Average Days on the Market 12
Average Price Per Sq. Ft. $431
Average Selling Price $535,000

Altadena Real Estate Market Report for the month of May 2008:

Single Family Residence May-08
New Listings 55
Total Listings 169
Sales Pending 13
Homes Sold 25
Listings Expired 20
Average Days on the Market 94
Average Selling Price $680,790
Condos and Townhomes May-08
New Listings 0
Total Listings 3
Sales Pending 0
Homes Sold 0
Listings Expired 0
Average Days on the Market n/a
Average Selling Price n/a

Posted By: Irina Netchaev - Pasadena California Real Estate Agent - Pasadena Views Real Estate Team. Irina and her Team of Real Estate experts work in the beautiful Pasadena California specializing in Pasadena Real Estate, San Marino Real Estate, South Pasadena Real Estate, San Gabriel Real Estate, Altadena Real Estate, Alhambra Real Estate, Monterey Hills Real Estate, Arcadia Real Estate, Sierra Madre Real Estate and surrounding communities.

(626) 629-8439

July 7, 2008

San Marino: Dusty Deals

As a real estate agent working in and around Pasadena California, I am constantly getting phone calls from buyers looking for great deals.

If you are looking for a real estate deal, you came to the right place. I will be posting my "Dusty Deals" by area on a monthly basis right here for your review.

What is a "Dusty Deal" list? It is a list of real estate for sale including homes, condos and townhomes that have been on the market for over 100 days. Are all of these great deals? Not necessarily. BUT, the seller has been actively marketing their homes for a very long time and is probably ready to deal.

Why are these homes on the market still? The most likely reason is that they were over priced to begin with. The first few weeks of marketing a home for sale are the most critical weeks for any seller. If the property is overpriced, or not marketed correctly, it gets stale. Local real estate agents ignore these homes and avoid showing them to their buyers. Potential home buyers look these homes up on the internet, but wonder what is wrong with these homes since they didn't sell.

My take on this is, if you are looking for a deal, these homes are the best place to start. Why? Home sellers are tired of showing their homes and most are ready to NEGOTIATE their price and SELL!

READ MORE: Dusty Deals List for July 08 - Pasadena, Alhambra, South Pasadena, Monterey Hills, Altadena, Sierra Madre, Arcadia and San Marino

So here's a list of homes for sale in San Marino that have been on the market for over 100 days:

Address Bed Bath Listing Price Price /SqFt MLS # DOM
1721 S San Gabriel BL San Marino, CA 91108 3 2 $898,528 605.07 488035198 118
1913 S Los Robles Ave San Marino, CA 91108-1627 3 2 $949,888 543.41 12105249 149
1365 S San Gabriel BL San Marino, CA 91108 2 2 $1,035,188 526.01 488011443 285
2005 Robin Rd San Marino, CA 91108 4 3 $1,260,000 638.62 22106644 106
2734 Monterey Rd San Marino, CA 91108 4 3 $1,298,800 566.17 22106513 575
2680 Tura LN San Marino, CA 91108 3 4 $1,490,000 496.67 408002489 464
1368 Wilbury Rd San Marino, CA 91108 5 4 $1,765,000 548.14 22107404 103
2065 Courtland Ave San Marino, CA 91108-1754 5 6 $4,280,000 879.75 22105856 131

As you're going through the list, please look at the last column titled DOM (Days on the Market). This will tell you how many days these homes have been on the market.

 


If I can be of any assistance with your San Marino Real Estate needs, please do not hesitate to email me or call me at (626)629-8439. Thank you!

Interested in more information about Greater Pasadena Area cities, check out our City Guides below:

Alhambra City Guide

Altadena City Guide

Arcadia City Guide

Eagle Rock City Guide

Monterey Hills City Guide

Pasadena City Guide

San Gabriel City Guide

San Marino City Guide

Sierra Madre City Guide

South Pasadena City Guide

And, if you are interested in fun activities to do, take a look at our 365 Things To Do In Pasadena® page.

Thinking of selling your home? Interested in finding out the current market value of your single family home, condo or investment property? Then call Irina Netchaev at (626) 629-8439 to discuss what is happening in today’s Southern California Real Estate Market.

Posted in Dusty Deals, San Marino
July 6, 2008

July 2008 Dusty Deals List

July 6, 2008

Alhambra: Dusty Deals

As a real estate agent working in and around Pasadena California, I am constantly getting phone calls from buyers looking for great deals.

If you are looking for a real estate deal, you came to the right place. I will be posting my "Dusty Deals" by area on a monthly basis right here for your review.

What is a "Dusty Deal" list? It is a list of real estate for sale including homes, condos and townhomes that have been on the market for over 100 days. Are all of these great deals? Not necessarily. BUT, the seller has been actively marketing their homes for a very long time and is probably ready to deal.

Why are these homes on the market still? The most likely reason is that they were over priced to begin with. The first few weeks of marketing a home for sale are the most critical weeks for any seller. If the property is overpriced, or not marketed correctly, it gets stale. Local real estate agents ignore these homes and avoid showing them to their buyers. Potential home buyers look these homes up on the internet, but wonder what is wrong with these homes since they didn't sell.

My take on this is, if you are looking for a deal, these homes are the best place to start. Why? Home sellers are tired of showing their homes and most are ready to NEGOTIATE their price and SELL!

So here's a list of homes for sale in Alhambra that have been on the market for over 100 days:

Address Bed Bath Listing Price Price /SqFt MLS # DOM
3104 Midvale Pl Alhambra, CA 91803-1107 3 2 $364,900 285.52 22099704 305
2301 S Fremont AV Alhambra, CA 91803 2 1 $369,900 380.56 468013292 162
432 Elm ST Alhambra, CA 91801 3 1 $395,000 403.06 497172115 186
2005 S Olive AV Alhambra, CA 91803 2 2 $455,000 447.39 407180912 282
3121 Montezuma AV Alhambra, CA 91803 2 1 $459,000 397.75 488018392 154
121 S Fremont Ave Alhambra, CA 91801-3019 4 2 $464,000 212.45 22102757 342
3206 Midvale PL Alhambra, CA 91803 3 3 $485,000 327.7 408032334 307
1152 S Chapel Ave Alhambra, CA 91801 2 1 $489,900 430.11 22107251 105
252 Hampden Ter Alhambra, CA 91801-2959 2 2 $509,000 360.48 22105224 150
317 E Glendon WY Alhambra, CA 91801 3 2 $525,900 364.2 418018415 149
514 S Almansor St Alhambra, CA 91801 3 2 $529,000 323.35 488007231 171
2404 Wetherhead DR Alhambra, CA 91803 2 1 $550,000 484.15 408063510 245
2916 Pyrenees DR Alhambra, CA 91803 2 1 $565,000 637.7 488011402 163
1808 S Fremont AV Alhambra, CA 91803 3 2 $585,000 393.15 497138243 534
313 E Ramona RD Alhambra, CA 91801 3 2 $587,000 368.03 408035558 292
805 Winthrop DR Alhambra, CA 91803 2 2 $595,000 552.97 488040569 108
716 W Ramona RD Alhambra, CA 91803 3 2 $599,000 371.59 488043124 107
1800 S El Molino ST Alhambra, CA 91801 4 3 $679,000 305.17 408024277 138
1800 Alta Vista DR Alhambra, CA 91803 4 3 $749,000 412.22 417164363 235
329 S 4th ST Alhambra, CA 91801 6 4 $778,000 325.93 488042523 298
525 La Paloma AV Alhambra, CA 91801 4 3 $788,888 375.66 418006784 177
162 Westmont Dr Alhambra, CA 91801 5 3 $799,000 327.06 12106686 123

As you're going through the list, please look at the last column titled DOM (Days on the Market). This will tell you how many days these homes have been on the market.

If you are interested in getting more information about any of these home listings, please call me at 626-629-8439 or email me.

Interested in more information about Greater Pasadena Area cities, check out our City Guides below:

Alhambra City Guide

Altadena City Guide

Arcadia City Guide

Eagle Rock City Guide

Monterey Hills City Guide

Pasadena City Guide

San Gabriel City Guide

San Marino City Guide

Sierra Madre City Guide

South Pasadena City Guide

And, if you are interested in fun activities to do, take a look at our 365 Things To Do In Pasadena® page.

Thinking of selling your home? Interested in finding out the current market value of your single family home, condo or investment property? Then call Irina Netchaev at (626) 629-8439 to discuss what is happening in today’s Southern California Real Estate Market.

Posted in Dusty Deals