San Jose real estate and becoming a realtor

The San Jose real estate is vibrant and flourishing with various types of apartments with modern amenities, town homes, luxury homes, condos, and other types of investment properties. It is one of the main cities in the State of California and has many affordable neighborhoods like Japantown, Blossom Valley, and Evergreen. Other best neighborhoods in this metropolis city include Almaden Valley, North Valley, Willow Glen, West San Jose, Downtown San Jose, North San Jose, Cambrian Park, Santa Clara, and Palo Alto.

 

The city also boasts of gorgeous natural surroundings, quality schools, medical care facilities, excellent restaurants, beautiful beaches, recreational spots, museums, parks, and nightlife opportunities. San Jose is a part of Silicon Valley and naturally has many thriving high-tech establishments. In February 2011, the average price per square root in San Jose is $391, showing a 1.4% reduction from last year. The median San Jose homes sales price from October 10 through December 10 was $400,000. There was no increase in median homes sale price, but the homes sold decreased by 27.6%.

 

However, San Jose real estate has the potential for more growth and good returns. There are thousands of homes and several apartments and condos for sale in San Jose. Moreover, this metropolitan city is considered as one of the safest cities in America. It is an ideal place to live, work, and raise a family.

 

There are many individuals in San Jose who have taken up San Jose real estate as their primary career. In California, only those who have obtained the real estate certificate are allowed to work as real estate agent or realtor. You can apply for the certificate if you have completed 18 years of age and have a three-year college education. The applicants are also required to attend specified real estate courses and pass an exam. It is necessary that you must have obtained at least 75% on the exam.

 Written by Carol Pefley

www.http://carolpefley.com/

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