Cynthia Chang's Blog

Posted on 06/11/2020
Another Property Sold - 1592 Thornleaf Way, San Jose, CA 95131
Great investment income property in silicon Valley ! 1st Floor Unit. Remodeled Kitchen with Quartz Counter Top, Cherry Wood Cabinetry, Exhaust Fan and Tile floor. Upgraded Master & Hallway Bathrooms. Upgraded Light Fixtures and laminated Flooring Throughout and Marble Entry, Laundry Room in Unit, Cozy Patio for entertainment. Great Location Closed to SJ Golf, Park, Future Bart Station, Ranch 99, Costco, Stores, Shops and Dining & 880, 680 and 101. Must See! Showing to comply with COVID-19...
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Posted on 05/27/2020
Another Property Sold - 1808 Comstock Lane, San Jose, CA 95124
Contemporary living meets traditional ranch charm! Updated and remodeled from top to bottom. Beautifully updated great room kitchen w/ shaker cabinets, and huge island offers stainless appliances, gas range with dual oven and walk-in pantry. Spacious dining area with built-in banquette(removable), and adjacent family room with built-in bookcases. A large formal living room with brick fireplace overlooks the backyard and patio. At the end of the day, youll relax in the spacious master suite with dual closets and beautifully remodeled bathroom. There are three more bedrooms(one is split into 2 rooms - lives like 5BR) and an updated hall bath...
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Posted on 05/18/2020
Tips for Buyers: Learn About the Local Housing Market
An informed homebuyer may be better equipped than others to enjoy a successful property buying experience. In fact, an informed homebuyer likely will understand the ins and outs of the local housing market – something that could make it simple for this individual to discover a great residence at a budget-friendly price. Ultimately, it helps to review the local...
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Posted on 05/11/2020
How to Make your Property Attractive to Buyers of Multiple Generations
Photo by Luis Quintero from Pexels While the millennial generation (people born between 1980 and 1989) accounts for the majority of homebuyers today, the other generations--both older and younger--cannot be discounted. Aging Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) and up-and-coming Gen Yers (those born between 1990 and 1998) are still forces to be considered when marketing...
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Posted on 05/05/2020
Protect Your Home's Value With Regular Home Maintenance
Photo by Mohamed Hassan via Pixabay Even if you love your home and never plan to leave it, there may come a point when you need to put it on the market. The home maintenance tasks you tackle today have a direct impact on your home’s value tomorrow. If you want to protect the value of your home,...
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Posted on 04/28/2020
How to Care for Succulents Indoors
Image by Milada Vigerova from Pixabay Caring for indoor succulents is not as intimidating as it may seem. Even though growing them can be a challenge, there are lots of care tips that could make things easier. Succulents are not the ideal plants to grow indoors but that should not stop you from growing them. With the right...
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Posted on 04/21/2020
Tips to Make a Local Move Easier
Photo by bruce mars from Pexels Moving locally might not seem as stressful as a long-distance move, but it can still be hectic if you’re not well-prepared for it. Whether your local move is just down the street or to another part of town, make sure you start getting ready for it early. The following tips can help...
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Posted on 04/14/2020
Stay Aggressive During the Homebuying Journey
Buying a home may prove to be challenging, regardless of where you decide to search for a house. However, if you are aggressive in your pursuit of your dream residence, you could speed up your home search. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you stay aggressive during your quest to find your dream house. 1....
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Posted on 04/07/2020
How to Invest in Real Estate
Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay When thinking about investments, the first rule is to diversify. This allows you to invest in a few different things that may vary in risk or pay off. One option for diversifying investments comes in the form of real estate. For many people, purchasing a home is one of the most expensive...
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Posted on 03/31/2020
Tips for Home Sellers: Use Curb Appeal to Your Advantage
For home sellers, getting the best price for your residence likely will require you to upgrade your house's curb appeal. If you dedicate time and resources to bolster your home's curb appeal, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a successful property selling experience. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you improve...
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Posted on 03/24/2020
Does Your Home Listing Stand Out to Buyers?
A home listing presents a valuable opportunity. If you allocate time and resources to craft an engaging and informative listing, you could differentiate your house from the competition. Perhaps most important, your listing could help you speed up the home selling process. There are many things you can do to help your house listing stand out to buyers, such...
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Posted on 03/17/2020
Are HOAs Really That Beneficial?
Photo by Andrey_Popov via Shutterstock An HOA — or Homeowners' Association — is an organization in your subdivision or community that creates and enforces regulations and rules for the properties and residents. If a property is part of an HOA's jurisdiction, buying it automatically makes you a member. Therefore, you are required to pay HOA dues that cover...
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