Yes, there are plenty of Christmas gift guides out there, from every blogger, Oprah, Goop, Buzzfeed and more. But our J+J Team Homes gift guide is for those needing gifts for the home decor lover or those who just bought a new home. Some of our picks can even be used as hostess gifts or...Read More→
You may wonder, “should I sell my house now or wait until 2023?” With the holidays coming up, you may think the timing is off to sell your home. Should you put up your Thanksgiving and Christmas decor when your house is for sale? But, sometimes moves are out of your control. And selling a...Read More→
Home inspections in Silicon Valley are unique, even by California standards. Usually, home inspections are arranged by the buyer once their offer is accepted. But on the Peninsula and in Silicon Valley, the seller provides the inspection and disclosures prior to listing the home. While this order of operations and responsibility is completely different from...Read More→
Reprinted from Serra High School website — we are all super proud of Jaime’s son Carter! Serra High School junior Carter Jones spent 20 days of his summer riding a bike 657 miles from Eugene, Oregon to San Francisco with a group of teens who came together through APOGEE Adventures as part of a summer...Read More→
There are plenty of family-friendly events in Menlo Park this fall, including trick-or-treating Halloween weekend and plenty of action at the Guild Theatre. Our J+J Team Homes offices are headquartered in Menlo Park, along with a number of other company HQs. We like to think we have the inside scoop on real estate in Menlo...Read More→
Summer is a great time to read because we find a little room in our schedules. The school year always seems to be a little too crazy, doesn’t it? Let’s hope we can add to your summer reading list with a few of our favorite books. In addition, we’ll also fill you in on a...Read More→
We know the housing market is tough. So if you’re staying put for a while we want you to enjoy the home (or apartment or duplex, etc.) you’re in. There are plenty of ways to make a small room look bigger. From paint colors to furniture placement, you can trick the naked eye and make your cozy space feel a little more open.