The Del Prado neighborhood of Pleasanton continues to sell whatever inventory it has quickly. 14 sales closed here in the past six months, compared to 7 closings during the prior six month period and 11 during this period a year ago. Two properties are actively listed and five are pending sale.
The two active listings are priced at $697,000, on average, or $410 per square foot. They have been on the market for an average of 13 days. Neither home is distressed (short sale or REO).
The average list price of the five pending sales is $757,580 or $365 per square foot. They have been listed for an average of 13 days. None of these homes are distressed.
The 14 closed sales had an average sales price of $705,250 or $356 per square foot. They were on the market for an average of 21 days and sold for about 100% of the average asking price. 2371 Corte Del Jara was a short sale.
Del Prado is an older neighborhood built between 1968 and 1977 that borders Valley Avenue, south of Hopyard Rd, as well as Black Ave. The neighborhood is very centrally located, and most parts are close to the elementary and middle schools. It is also close to downtown Pleasanton, and has easy access to freeways for commuting. Some homes have magnificent views of the Pleasanton ridge. There is a community pool and cabana that covers some, but not all of these homes.