Testimonial of the Day – From Kenny

 

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“Sabrina and team are fantastic.  Responsive, honest, transparent and efficient.  She’s also well-connected in the real estate community on the peninsula – whether buying or selling, you can’t ask for better representation.  I highly recommned her!”

– Kenny H.

We had the pleasure of meeting Kenny through our clients.  I assure you he is one of the best lenders I’ve met and he quickly made it to our top lender list!  I was humbled to hear how highly he thought of us and thrilled to find this fantastic Yelp review.  Thank you Kenny – we think you’re fantastic as well.

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A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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A Caton Team Exclusive Lisiting – Shoreview San Mateo

Welcome home to this stunningly remodeled Shoreview home.  Luxury laminate flooring throughout the home is warm and inviting as you pass through the living room with wood burning fireplace and enter the contemporary dining room with garden view.  Designer lighting and fixtures can be found throughout the home. The exceptionally remodeled kitchen features white wood cabinetry with abundant storage, beautiful warm colored granite counter tops and deluxe stainless appliances including gas stove, dishwasher, refrigerator and built-in microwave.  The remodeled bath features pedestal sink with designer faucet and shower over tub with tile surround.  The front master bedroom is spacious enough for a king bed and the closet features an innovative barn door closure.  The rear second bedroom of the same size has views of the back yard.  Laundry and storage is located in the single car garage with access to the side yard and kitchen.  The front yard includes well manicured lawn, trees and shrubs.  The large back yard is perfect for family enjoyment and entertaining.  From the new patio wander through the tree-lined path to a rear entertainment or lounging deck.  A perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of the day.  Storage sheds provide space for garden and yard equipment. The home is convenient to Bridgepoint shopping, Hillsdale Mall, Highways 101 and 92, and the San Mateo Bridge.  Employees of the new Coyote Point Facebook Campus will find an easy commute without driving on the freeway.  Not currently listed in the MLS, this home is available to preview by appointment. Offers will be considered at any time.  Contact us anytime for further information or a private showing.

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The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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Bay Area housing market cools, but it’s still nuts – SF Chronicle

By: Kathleen Pender 

The Bay Area real estate market went into 2018 with a bang and out with a whimper.

In the first half of the year, the median price rose almost 17 percent to an all-time high of $875,000 in June. In the second half, it fell 10.3 percent from that peak, ending at $785,000 in December.

The December price was down 3.7 percent from November but up 4.6 percent from December 2017, according to a report Thursday from research firm CoreLogic. It includes all new and existing homes and condos in the nine Bay Area counties.

An earlier report from the California Association of Realtors — which includes only existing, single-family homes entered into a multiple listing service — said the Bay Area median price fell to $850,000 in December, down 6.1 percent from November and down 3.6 percent from December 2017. That was the first year-over-year drop since March 2012.

Any way you look at it, the market downshifted in the last three months of 2018. As the stock market plunged and mortgage rates rose a half percent to almost 5 percent, buyers backed off, inventory grew, price cuts surged, and price appreciation slowed from the double to single digits on a year-over-year basis.

The number of homes sold in December fell to 5,341 across all nine counties, down 13.2 percent from November and 21.6 percent from December 2017. That was the lowest sales count for a December in 11 years, CoreLogic said.

Many sellers, perhaps unaccustomed to a less-than-ridiculous market, took their homes off the market or let their listings expire. A total of 2,493 listings in the nine Bay Area counties were withdrawn or expired in December, compared with only 1,154 in December 2017 and 1,487 in December 2016, according to analyst Patrick Carlisle of the Compass real estate firm.

“December was rock bottom,” said Chad Eng, a Redfin agent in Silicon Valley. “Buyers are hesitating, on the sidelines. Sellers are still focusing on comps from six months ago.”

Instead of selling in days like they were earlier in the year, homes took weeks or even months to sell. Homes that closed in December had been on the market 29 days before getting into contract. That was up from 23 median days on market in November and 17 in December a year ago, the Realtors association reported.

Eng said things picked up around the middle of January, as the stock market recovered and mortgage rates fell back into the 4.5 percent range. “I wonder if it’s a sign of what we will see in the spring,” or just a normal seasonal rebound, he said.

Santa Clara County was the hottest market in the Bay Area — and most of the country — for the first part of the year as prices rose in the teens and 20s year over year. In February, its median price topped $1 million for the first time, rising to $1,080,000, up 27.8 percent.

That was the month a two-bedroom, one-bathroom, 848-square-foot home on Plymouth Street in Sunnyvale sold for $2 million cash — making headlines as the height of Silicon Valley insanity.

That was and still is a record price-per-square-foot for Sunnyvale, said Doug Larson, a Coldwell Banker agent, who represented the seller. “Now with the softening market, I doubt that anybody will beat it, at least for a while,” he said.

After hitting $1.15 million in June, Santa Clara’s median price has fallen to $1 million in December, exactly where it was a year ago.

January is always a slow month for the real estate market, as sellers recover from the holidays and get their homes spruced up for the busy spring season.

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“Homes that sell in the winter are typically homes that have been sitting on the market awhile and have to take a price cut,” said Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather.

Right now, “buyers are in a holding pattern,” she added. “They don’t know if this is as good as it’s going to get, if prices come down or more homes come on the market.”

She noted that a slower market is good for buyers because “they have more negotiating power” and for sellers who are moving up to a more expensive home because “overall they are going to be saving more money.”

Fairweather predicts that prices will end the year about where they are now. “I would be surprised if they go down,” she said.

Nancie Allen, president of Bay East Association of Realtors, said the government shutdown in January made it hard to tell where the market is headed. The next two weeks will be a better indicator. The market now “is all over the place,” she said. Some homes in Fremont have been sitting on the market for a while, while one had 15 offers.

Aaron Terrazas, a senior economist with Zillow, said his data show that home prices in the last quarter of 2018 rose at their slowest annual pace for any quarter since 2010.

He predicts that prices will appreciate 5 to 6 percent this year in the San Francisco metro area and 7 to 8 percent in the San Jose metro area, assuming interest rates stay low.

Kathleen Pender is a San Francisco Chronicle columnist. Email: kpender@sfchronicle.com Twitter: @kathpender

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Got Real Estate Questions?   The Caton Team is here to help.

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The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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A Reflection of “What Lies Ahead for Our Real Estate Market”

The Caton Team wanted to take a moment and comment on the article we shared : What Lies Ahead for Our Real Estate Market

As full-time, professional Realtors – The Caton Team felt the market turn late in the 3rd Quarter of 2018.

Now – let’s just be honest here – anyone trying to buy in San Mateo County was reaching their wits ends.  Every seller and Realtor knew that the top was coming because it always does.  Real Estate is cyclical.  Year in and year out it goes up and down all year-long.  It often follows the weather and holidays.  However, Real Estate wealth is acquired through holding real estate long-term – and to be frank – not necessarily selling each home but leveraging each home.  Curious how that works – come in for a sit down.

What we wanted to address here was this – though the Market is cooling here in the Bay Area – and we may have hit our peek for this cycle in Spring 2018 – it doesn’t mean we’re crashing. It’s the one thing we can graph year over year, decade over decade.  Real Estate may fluctuate in price from week to week but over time it holds its value and appreciates.

So – what I hear when the “market is down” – IT’S TIME TO BUY!  My friends, a down markt is opportunity.  No offer dates, no mutiple offers – and if you and your Relator do your homework right – maybe under list price!

I just wanted to add this reflection becuase we need to see this in perspective.  A market adjustment is a chance to get in.

Curuious if buying or selling now is right for you – contact The Caton Team for a private and personal consultation.

Need some proof – The Caton Team hopped on the #10yearchallenge for Real Estate and in just the past 10 years you can see our local growth!  That’s why the old addage applies – Don’t Wait to Buy Real Estate – Buy Real Estate and WAIT!

Let The Caton Team help you – contact us any time – Call | Text 650.799.4333 | Email | Info@TheCatonTeam.com

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Got Real Estate Questions?   The Caton Team is here to help.

We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Call | Text | Sabrina 650.799.4333 | Susan 650.796.0654

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What Lies Ahead for our Real Estate Market?

Americans stopped buying homes in 2018, mortgage lenders are getting crushed, and an economic storm could be brewing

Alex Morrell
Jan 25, 2019 | 8:30 AM ET

  • The US housing market took a dark turn in 2018 as homebuying fell off a cliff and mortgage lenders saw a steep decline in applications, originations, and profits.
  • Interest rates are partly to blame for the slide in housing, but that’s only half of the equation, according to analysts.
  • It’s too soon to panic, but a deeper drought in housing is bad news for just about everybody, not just the banks.
  • Significant housing declines have foreshadowed nine of the 11 post-World War II recessions in the US, according to UBS.

As 2018 headed toward its close, Americans’ appetite for buying homes fell off a cliff.

In December, US existing-home sales cratered to 4.99 million, 10.3% below the mark from the year-ago period, according to data released earlier this week by the National Association of Realtors.

That’s the steepest decline in more than seven years, and it followed year-over-year declines of 7.8% in November and 5.1% in October.

Home sales dropped in every month in 2018 except February, but the trend grew more aggressive in the final quarter of the year.

The decline has been broad, affecting every US region. Even home sales in the posh Hamptons got battered in 2018.

Banks with large mortgage-lending businesses felt the homebuying malaise take a bite out of their bottom lines last week during fourth-quarter earnings results.

At two of the largest bank mortgage originators and servicers in the US, the numbers were especially pronounced.

At Wells Fargo, mortgage-banking income fell by 50%, to $467 million, in the fourth quarter, while originations declined by 28%, to $38 billion.

JPMorgan, meanwhile, saw mortgage income fall to $203 million, a 46% drop from the same period last year. Originations fell by 30%, to $17.2 billion.

These ugly housing numbers have raised red flags for Wall Street investors and analysts. UBS economists said in a note this week that “the deterioration in housing and its intensification since midyear raise the possibility of underlying weakness in the household sector.”

It’s too soon to head to the panic room, as this trend could prove a small bump that smooths over in 2019 — but a deeper drought in housing is dark news for just about everybody, not just the banks.

Significant housing declines have foreshadowed nine of the 11 post-World War II recessions in the US, according to another note by UBS from December examining the housing slowdown.

“The housing market usually does not slow down in a vacuum, and a falling housing market may well be the first indication of broader economic weakness,” the bank’s analysts wrote.

What’s to blame?

The US economy has been exceptionally strong in the past year — we’ve had wage growth, low unemployment, and low delinquency rates, among other positive drivers that should augur well for real-estate investing, UBS said.

So what happened to the housing market? The most glaring explanation is that mortgage rates increased, convincing prospective homebuyers that the market had become unfavorably expensive.

The Federal Reserve hiked its benchmark interest rate four times in 2018; the rate on a 30-year mortgage hit 4.94% in November — the highest mark since 2011 — before falling to 4.45% by year’s end.

That November figure may not seem a gigantic increase from the average rate of 3.65% just two years ago, but for a $250,000 home, the difference in the monthly payment is $190 and the lifetime cost is nearly $70,000 greater.

But interest rates don’t tell the full story — UBS analysts estimated that rates accounted for roughly half of the slowdown.

Home prices have also been ascending for years. The median existing-home price in December was $253,600, a 2.9% increase from 2017 and the 82nd straight month of year-over-year gains, according to the NAR.  (Local stats pictured below by The Caton Team)

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“We saw a cooldown because buyers couldn’t afford these homes anymore,” Daryl Fairweather, the chief economist at the real-estate brokerage Redfin, told Business Insider.

Cash-strapped and saddled with student loans and other debt, millennials — a generation of more than 70 million now in their 20s and mid-30s — have delayed buying a home later than their parents did, but their participation is crucial in buoying home sales.

They may be balking at the higher monthly payments commanded for increasingly pricier homes and deciding they’re better off renting.

“They need to be in the housing market to keep things going, but they face real affordability challenges,” said Jody Shenn, a vice president in structured finance at Moody’s. “Just being able to get a house they can afford on a monthly basis with a mortgage is on the challenging side at this point.”

But the debt-burdened millennial didn’t materialize in 2018. That long-standing trend is most likely contributing to the overall slowdown, though it doesn’t necessarily explain the precipitous drop in fourth-quarter home sales.

Other factors that may have had an impact but are harder to pin down are rising construction costs, a reduction in the mortgage deduction in the new tax law, tightening credit standards by some lenders, and less flexibility in underwriting.

If profits are down, why are lenders rejecting more mortgage applications?

Curiously, despite less homebuying demand and falling revenue, the rate of rejections of mortgage and refinancing applications also shot up in the second half of 2018, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

In its “Credit Access Survey,” a quarterly report on US borrowers, the Fed found in October that even as mortgage applications among those surveyed fell to 6.7% from 9.2% over the previous year, the portion of respondents who experienced a mortgage application rejection increased to 19% — the highest mark in the survey since February 2015 — from 15.6%.

Why would lenders, already facing headwinds in their mortgage businesses, start denying more applications?

Two Moody’s analysts told Business Insider they hadn’t noticed tightening lending standards for residential mortgages. Home-lending standards have actually been loosening of late, they said.

Charge-offs have been on the downswing, though, suggesting lenders have been doling out credit responsibly in recent years.

“The squeeze on mortgage originators is encouraging them to move down the credit spectrum, but it’s a slow, measured shift,” Warren Kornfeld, a senior vice president covering financial institutions at Moody’s, told Business Insider.

But it could still be the case that lenders experienced an influx of applications from borrowers they deemed too risky to lend to. The Fed has telegraphed its rate hikes, so savvier and more creditworthy borrowers may have acted earlier to get a cheaper mortgage rate.

Borrowers applying at the peak were “probably more desperate,” Fairweather said, and banks don’t typically like to lend to people in desperate situations who have a higher chance of defaulting on their loan.

“My interpretation of this is that there was a decrease in the quality of applicants at this time,” Fairweather said.

Overall lending standards may not be any stricter, Shenn added, but “it could be the mix of who’s coming in the door has changed.”

Riskier borrowers may have grown more interested in buying a home, but in general the number of consumers who say they think it’s a good time to buy has been declining since 2014, surveys from the University of Michigan and Fannie Mae have found.

The number of consumers who say they think it’s a favorable time to buy a home has fallen below the number who say they think it’s a good time to sell one — a foreboding signal.

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As UBS pointed out, that’s happened only twice in the 26 years those survey questions have been asked — and those instances preceded our two most recent recessions.

A housing collapse isn’t imminent, but there’s no quick fix either

There’s no quick fix for consumers feeling stretched too thin to buy a home, according to Kornfeld and Shenn. Costs and rates have to fall, or wages need to increase, or some combination thereof.

Mortgage lenders face a bleak horizon this year. Their profit outlook fell for the ninth straight quarter and reached an all-time low to close out 2018, according to Fannie Mae’s “Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey.”

But a housing collapse is by no means imminent, especially in light of the strong economic fundamentals at play right now.

Consumer spending hasn’t flatlined elsewhere, and, as previously mentioned, unemployment and wage growth are trending in the right direction.

Fairweather said that she anticipates another strong year for the economy in 2019 and that she’s optimistic buyers will have an easier time and more leverage in negotiations this year.

Still, amid a steady housing decline and following the especially ugly numbers from the fourth quarter, analysts are on alert, and UBS said it would be tracking the trend closely this year.

“The incongruity of the spending on housing with the rest of the economy is a red flag,” the bank’s analysts wrote. “Unwillingness to spend on large, long-lasting items like housing may signal susceptibility of consumer confidence and spending to adverse shocks.”

 

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Got Real Estate Questions?   The Caton Team is here to help.

We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Call | Text | Sabrina 650.799.4333 | Susan 650.796.0654

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A Family of Realtors
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Testimonial of the Day – From CJ

“I recently worked with The Caton team (Sabrina and Sue) to purchase my first home. I was referred to the team by a co-worker who had just purchased a condo with them. He had a great experience, and recommended them for their honesty, responsiveness and availability (even at night and weekends). I found this assessment to be 100% true.

I first met Sabrina and Sue when I was interviewing realtors. They recommended I come to their office for the interview. They were the only ones to recommend this, which already set them apart in my mind. During the interview they shared their process and approach and how our relationship would work. I decided to work with the Caton team for several reasons. 1) A great referral 2) Their open and honest personalities 3) Their sincere concern that I find exactly what I am looking for 3) Their combined years of experience and specialization in the peninsula.

After our first meeting, they set up their home search for the criteria we discussed. Part way through the search, my criteria changed, and they updated the search for the new criteria. Periodically, they would check in to see if I saw anything that I liked. We narrowed the search by going through what I liked and disliked about each listing that I reviewed online.

Sabrina and Sue answered all of my questions along the process. They came to the home inspection and to sign papers at title company. The title company representative that I signed papers with commented on how lucky I was to have my realtors there, looking out for my best interests, as a lot of first time buyers come alone, signing papers they don’t understand.

After receiving keys to my new home, the Caton team continued to support me. They referred me to painters their colleagues had worked with and found multiple contractors who would do the work I needed.

Sabrina and Sue are really easy to work with. It’s like talking with friends when I reach out to them. They are very approachable, trust worthy and hard working. They always answer questions I have or research to find the answers if they do not have them right away. I highly recommend them and will use them again for future real estate needs.”

– CJ T.

CJ and May are rad. CJ left me my first Yelp Review (which you jus read) and it made my day. Since then we’ve worked together several times and it’s always been an absolute joy. Thank You ladies.

Contact us for a consultation if you’re considering buying or selling real estate.

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We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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The Caton Team – Susan & Sabrina
A Family of Realtors
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Landed Program | Down-Payment Assistance for Local Teachers

One morning while drinking coffee Susan heard about the Landed program on the news and told me right away. A program created to help local teachers afford the Bay Area Real Estate Market.  That moment, while my coffee was still hot – I emailed Landed and asked how The Caton Team could be of service.  I was so early in the game they didn’t have anything set up yet – but I was ready to help my local teachers and the soon connected us.

The Caton Team has had the  privilege to work with several teachers with Landed and together we’ve made dreams come true.

Are you a local teacher in the Bay Area looking to own your own home?  Learn more about Landed in the links below or contact The Caton Team anytime – we’re happy to be of help.

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Dreams come really do come true with The Caton Team and Landed.com

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The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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