The Silicon Valley is a hotbed of enterprising tech firms and hungry young professionals anxious to make their mark in this competitive field. It’s a vibrant and high-energy corner of Northern California, but not necessarily the ideal place to live. Those who appreciate escaping the daily grind and reconnecting with nature will love the more laidback lifestyle in Palo Alto Hills.
Residents of Palo Alto Hills, situated above the traffic and noise of I-280, enjoy easy access to hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails at the Pearson-Arastradero Nature Preserve, as well as close proximity to the amenities of Palo Alto Hills Country Club. Most of the 72 homes here are set on oversized lots and many are gated, creating the illusion of being secluded and remote. Here, residents can retreat and enjoy their privacy, yet also have plenty of opportunities to socialize with their neighbors when they’re so inclined. The community’s active neighborhood association plans regular social events that contribute to the close-knit feel of this community.
While the atmosphere of this high-end enclave is bucolic, in reality it’s just moments away from all the amenities of Silicon Valley. When you live in Palo Alto Hills, you straddle the best of both worlds: the peace and quiet of country living and the tremendous opportunities associated with living in one of the most sophisticated regions in the country.
Young professionals may revel in living where they work. Those who’ve reached the pinnacles of their careers, however, appreciate retreating from their workplace afterwards. What better place to go after a stressful day than a home perched high in the hills surrounded by nature? That’s precisely what makes Palo Alto Hills real estate a smart investment. Those who consider home a place to unwind and recharge will appreciate the serenity and natural beauty of Palo Alto Hills.
Palo Alto Rentals Are Home Runs
This is an appealing locale for buyers, investors and renters alike. With the transient nature of the tech industry, many executives prefer to rent, but the demand for rental homes in safe, picturesque, active communities are few and far between. Palo Alto Hills fits the bill. If you invest in an income property here, is sure to be snatched up quickly.
If you are looking for a smart place to live, an investment that will command the most competitive monthly rental income or a trusted partner to oversee your income properties, contact us. Silicon Valley Property Management Group will help you find homes for sale in Palo Alto, CA and then manage your Palo Alto real estate investment property so you can sit back while your investment pays off.
If you are in need of a property manager for your Palo Alto income property, or if you’re considering purchasing income property in Palo Alto, please consider Silicon Valley Property Management Group. Please read about the unique advantage we bring our Palo Alto property management clients. With a real estate agent, a real estate attorney and a real estate developer on staff, we are also uniquely qualified to assist with your real estate search and purchase needs anywhere in the Silicon Valley (see our staff page for our qualifications).
David currently is the broker/owner of Silicon Valley Property Management Group (SVPMG) which manages 150+ client properties on the San Francisco Peninsula.Trust, transparency, and performance guarantees are the foundation of SVPMG. David challenges anyone to find a PM company that offers services similar to the extensive education, customer service, and performance guarantees provided by SVPMG.
David also provides consulting for his clients on property development feasibility, construction, and complex real estate transactions.
David has authored a published law review article, two real estate books, and over 120 real estate blog articles.
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