Location and Lifestyle: Investing in Del Medio Mountain View, CA
Beautifully located for young, upwardly-mobile professional families raising children, Mountain View’s Del Medio neighborhood is fast becoming a hot spot for residential real estate. Del Medio real estate is within an easy commute of important business and technology centers, including Google and Stanford University, attracting young professionals who are well established in their careers. That’s good news for rental property investors and residential home sellers, as well as for neighborhood home values and overall quality of life. Centrally located in the heart of Silicon Valley and home to the most famous technology company ever created, Mountain View, CA is an internationally recognized and incredibly desirable destination.
The Lifestyle Is the Attraction
Many of the reasons to live in Del Medio cited by home buyers and renters revolve around the quality of this neighborhood’s lifestyle. Many of these residents and potential residents have paid their cramped, urban living dues while working hard to get established in their careers and make it to the next level of financial security. Having achieved those goals, they’re ready to raise their children in a tight-knit, safe community, with quality schools and conveniently located lifestyle amenities.
Del Medio fits the bill on all counts. While there is some concern about increasing traffic, for the most part, Del Medio streets are fairly quiet. There’s an active community association that works hard to maintain the high-quality lifestyle of the area, such as advocating for speed bumps and other traffic control systems, and focuses on keeping local parks beautiful and functional. There’s plenty of local workshops and children’s programs, including food preservation education and computer coding class for middle school girls.
Great Investment Opportunities – Long-Term Home Run
This growing neighborhood has plenty of opportunity for those thinking about investing in Del Medio real estate, particularly those looking at rental properties. The life stage point typical of those seeking to live in this neighborhood is particularly attractive to rental property investors because they stand a better chance of encountering financially stable, responsible renters. That is especially true of those who choose to engage the services of a professional Silicon Valley Property Management Group for careful screening of potential renters among other things.
Using professional property management services translates into rental properties being a one-hundred percent business and more of a complete financial investment – instead of worrying about the time, labor and sweat a ‘mom & pop’ landlord has to put into their properties. Another investment tactic often seen among the neighborhood’s residents is for a homeowner to invest in rental properties as a means of offsetting their own mortgage payments, allowing them to benefit not just in the future with the rise in home values, but also in the present.
Professional Property Management Maximizes Return On Investment
Del Medio is on the fast track to becoming one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the region for young professionals raising families. That opens up real potential for those interested in the income potentials of rental property investment. Contact us to find out more about how to make your Del Medio real estate investments as productive as they can be – and let us show you how a professional Mt. View property manager can maximize your return on investment.
David Roberson, Esq.
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.