Property Values in Aromas, CA have dropped to about 50% of their all time highs in 2005/2006. This affords a prospective buyer the chance to get into a nice horse property for as little as $300,000. When I say Aromas I’m really talking about all the rural areas of North Monterey County, the western parts of San Benito County and the southeastern parts of Santa Cruz County. Of coarse you can pay a lot more depending on exactly what amenities you desire. Horse properties are abound but there are very few on the market at any given time. The well priced ones sell fast and the marginal and crappy ones are left for you and I to pick over unless we’re smart (which we are). The best way to buy a home around here these days is to get on my automated drip email campaign where I send you by email new listings as they hit the market and then we talk about them and then go look at them if we think there might be a match. Of course the higher the price the more selection you will have and the less demand there will be just like almost everywhere else. With the way the market is these days almost everybody is looking for a bargain and although there are bargains to be had there are also large potential pitfalls. You will need experts to help you to make an informed decision about your new home purchase. I am simply part of your team of experts (probably the most important one). Most homes being sold today in this market are sold as-is and with many disclosures concerning the fact that the seller has no knowledge as to any aspect of the subject property. This essentially puts the Burdon of finding out as much as possible on you and me.
I love this area and want to make sure that you buy a property that will help you to love it here too. Give me a call when you get a chance. I will never try to fit a round peg in a square hole. I want you to be able to spend time with your horses or dogs or cows or pigs or chickens not on trying to fix a problem that you were not anticipating. Can you believe that we are 45 minutes from the Silicon Valley?