02-03-2013 02:31 AM - edited 02-03-2013 05:45 PM
We were looking for houses in Fremont, and noticed that Weibel's houses were priced much higher than those in Irvington or Warmspring. However, Weibel belongs to the Irvington School District. If I were to buy a house in Irvington school district, why would I buy one in Weibel? Shouldn't I buy a house in Irvington or Warmspring for a much lower price? Does this mean Weibel's houses will be getting cheaper over years until it is on par with Irvington's (of course houses may be of different qualites, but that shouldn't make too much a difference, right?)?
02-04-2013 10:23 AM
Weibel elementary is rated 10, Irvington is rated 8.
Drive through Irvington or Warm Springs vs drivng through Weibel, it is nicer.
Weibel only has a highway on 1 side.
02-09-2013 02:27 PM
It seems like everywhere hyped up and the price growing abnormally . If you compare with May 2012 prices it is 200K up under Mission san jose, 100K up in San Ramon, 100-150 in Weinbel area. It is giong to see sharp fall down quickly, be careful guys
02-09-2013 02:30 PM
I don't think it is worth , It should be like 5-10% up every year, can't be abnormal, has to go down , it is un natural.....................GOVT is the culprit for all these things ...HYPES...Ba...
04-06-2013 10:08 PM
Abnormal is warm springs .. it is junk .. except decent schools .. same with irvington .. junk,
Weibel is great area .. just that it is on the hayward fault ... right on ... warm springs also mostly affected by hayward fault.
MSJ is different .. the crazy is because of the best schools in the country.
Actually to look for abnormal look at the south bay ... tell me where is it normal ? nowadays 110% is normal ... 30+ bids is normal .. so what is abnormal ? Given the number of rich people .. it seems pretty normal ..