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Sales at a glance

Mountain View back on top of the number of sales list

After zero sales a few weeks back, Mountain View surges to the top of the number of sales list with 19 this week. Read the rest of the real estate numbers below to see how other Palo Alto-area locations compared.

If interested in a list of the specific home sales for the week, check out Recent home sales.

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Atherton

Total sales reported: 4

Lowest sales price: $3,350,000

Highest sales price: $8,675,000

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East Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 2

Lowest sales price: $422,000

Highest sales price: $650,000

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Los Altos

Total sales reported: 7

Lowest sales price: $2,600,000

Highest sales price: $3,850,000

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Los Altos Hills

Total sales reported: 3

Lowest sales price: $3,308,000

Highest sales price: $4,248,000

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Menlo Park

Total sales reported: 7

Lowest sales price: $840,000

Highest sales price: $2,900,000

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Mountain View

Total sales reported: 19

Lowest sales price: $860,000

Highest sales price: $2,800,000

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Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 14

Lowest sales price: $835,000

Highest sales price: $5,000,000

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Portola Valley

Total sales reported: 1

Lowest sales price: $2,525,000

Highest sales price: $2,525,000

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Stanford

Total sales reported: 1

Lowest sales price: $3,200,000

Highest sales price: $3,200,000

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Woodside

Total sales reported: 1

Lowest sales price: $6,500,000

Highest sales price: $6,500,000

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Sales at a glance are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorder's Office. Information is recorded from deeds after the close of escrow and published within four to eight weeks.

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