寫在搶房的這個初春

朋友傳訊息告訴我,她的朋友最近在搶房,搶得很失落。

 

我也知道我的客戶已經覺得出的這份offer在跟自己拉鋸,是放手一搏地好,沒想到價錢排在後面,連counter offer都沒有,是有多麼難過。

 

 

我只能說,我懂。Offer前後也下了百幾個了,心情難免還是會一起跟著七上八下,努力push buyer下了best offer,卻經常音訊全無,或是listing agent過了幾小時說:「很抱歉,太多更好的offer了。」

 

市場走向有點出乎意料,如果買不到,請你不要洩氣,接下來會有更多房源上市,而且你總是能有多種選擇。

 

 

如果真的買不到,買房計畫又非常急迫

 

第一,可以檢視一下自己的目標,跟你的經紀人談一談,是不是需要轉向其他相對邊陲的區域。第二、留在原本理想的區域,但是下修一下標準,像是學區降低一點點標準,學區還是以高中最重要,小學、中學不妨寬心以待,或是以小孩子目前最需要的學校為準,保留換房的可能性,或是少一間房、少半間或一間廁所,坪數需求降低都是方法,或是經紀人總是有些招數能使,這就需看這經紀人的功力了。

 

如果真的捨不得降低標準,也一定有人選擇再等一等。我一直強調,不會有只漲不跌的市場,現在正是史上高點,沒有人能說得準未來漲幅,雖然今年矽谷房市看不到跌價的可能,但是真沒人能保證明年會如何。

 

買?不買?!

 

如果你真選擇了暫時等待,一定更精算自己的財務金流,最好能忍一忍,住進更便宜的出租房更好,千萬不要因為不用繳房貸跟房屋稅,就把錢給花光了。

 

 

 

Offer數這樣多,激起了買家鬥志

 

就市況來說,我知道最近有些人為了買房,買到失去理智,甚至激發起鬥志,有人試著跟親友借貸、有人在美國借錢,其他國家還錢、有人拿401K借款,無所不用其極,就是不想因為那幾萬美元,失去買到心目中理想房子的機會。 買房雖是人生大事,但是財務槓桿必須精算,現階段全部清倉,我想不見得是一項最好的選擇。

 

買房也須顧及未來生活品質

 

無論怎麼買,一定要預留至少未來半年的房貸與買房時的closing cost預算精算好,甚至要預留一點能自由分配的存款,才能在避免家庭緊急狀況或是未來真的不幸遇到被裁員、失業等狀況時,造成捉襟見肘的窘境。

 

 

願大家不要因為買不到房,變成無理、無禮的人、甚至影響跟家人的感情、或與經紀人建立起的信任。我想你的Agent已經盡力了。然而,這個市場,是需要大家冷靜一點點…。

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投資房 管理資訊 SJ Multiple Housing Inspection Program

你想在美國買公寓出租嗎?
管理的困難度可能超過你想像。
今天公司開課,討論San Jose「Multiple Housing Inspection Program」
以下所有的Multiple Housing都是指3 units 以上的property, 兩個unit的duplex, single family不在此限。
San Jose除了今年6月上路的Rental Control已經從8%降到5%,還有更多的管理辦法,促使房東要定期保養出租房,修繕管理等等。
Rental Control 5%意即每年租金漲幅不能超過5%,年漲一次,但是建築物若有更新裝修等提高成本處,可向City申請房租漲幅特殊許可。
至於Multiple Housing Inspection Program房屋安全檢查,聯邦政府每隔5年會派人檢查,若有特殊program,還會有特殊檢查。SJ city依照社區分級3~6年就會檢查社區一次,通常會在一個月前通知,檢查項目非常非常繁雜,但主要都是為了租戶的居住安全與權益。
除了常見的廚房、熱水器安全檢查,還有黴菌、逃生設備老舊、每個出租房間都要煙霧與一氧化碳偵測器等,甚至有許多常被忽略的項目。
舉例來說:
(1)門口把手距離地面過高,因為這樣火災發生時,趴在地上的人可能無法打開門把逃生。
(2)打開門,門後不能堆放東西、鞋櫃等,以免發生火災時,門無法全部開啟,妨礙逃生。
(3)老舊油漆、門廊、屋頂需要更新維修
(4)停車場要鋪水泥,如果是泥土地,怕汽油滲到土裡會造成汙染等急需改善事項。
還有許多細項,可到Multiple Housing Inspection Program 可以點擊這裡看市府官網資訊
想投資房地產,請詳細了解每一個城市的管理法規與辦法,雖然租金高漲,想當房東可要先做功課,千萬不要被投報率給迷惑,後續還有很多管理、維修、保養等成本,每一個城市都有不同的需求,都需要將時間與金錢成本計算在內。
有任何投資需求或任何疑問,歡迎與我聯繫。
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2016年4月最新行情/漲勢確立 各自表現

按照慣例,我又來寫MLS最新資料數據分析,四月的數據反映的是三月的房市,上個月我們歷經了平均開價相較去年跳漲10%的日子 應該很多人好奇三月市場的變化

其實從Agent每天在市場打滾的體驗,下的offer數與看房人數多寡,Buyer的出價勇敢度,大概都能感受到灣區房地產的市場溫度,三月我們與同事在出價時,正常的房子offer數都在10份左右,Sunnyvale則都有15份offer,跟天氣一樣,三月房市已經比二月來的溫暖。

除了漲勢再起,成交日也變短。市場如此,Buyer的加價實力不夠可是買不到房子,這幾個月尤其以Sunnyvale & Berryessa 市場更為火熱,買方加價力道十足,不分產品平均加價率漲至今年高點,成交數明顯稅減以下從MLS統計就能看出,就能房價已經高不可攀的Cupertino還是能看到成交天數縮短,加價率在攀升。West San Jose也是差不多的市況,但是我抓的數據只有顯示Single family(沒為什麼,獨厚我的客戶而已,他正在找這裡的House) 請大家見諒 ^^

再次聲明,每個區域、每個Zip Code都有好區跟差一點點的區域,學區、街廓、鄰居素質、是否靠近高速公路、鐵道或重大建設,都與房價息息相關,每間房子在每個人的心中顯示的價值都不一樣,每一個Agent出價之前都應該給客人近期成交數據分析,評估市場與客戶承擔能力,才進行出價。

若有問題歡迎來電、來信討論

 

SU

Apr 2015 to Mar 2016 Sunnyvale

 

BE
Apr 2015 to Mar 2016 Berryessa

 

Santa clara
Apr 2015 to Mar 2016 Santa Clara
CU
Apr 2015 to Mar 2016 Cupertino

 

West SJ house
Apr 2015 to Mar 2016 95129,95130 House only

 

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The API: 10 things parents should know

前兩天一個Cupertino 搬走的媽媽語重心長地告訴我

「我要是重新再選擇一次,我不會讓我孩子去念Monta Vista ,Pidmont High也很好啊,我兒子在MV只是前20%,他沒有高中生活,一直在念書,如果到競爭少一點點的學校,他會不會比較快樂我無法確定,但是他排名一定會很前面,史丹佛只要全校的第一名,在名校的孩子,實在很可憐...」

API分數常常是有孩子的家庭購買房子的參考指標,去年10月開始,Redfin重新調整學區分數,許多API落後的學校,突然變成9分10分,不管如何,API分數真的是百分之百的指標嗎? 你的孩子一定要爭破頭搶好學校嗎?

這裡有篇來自greatschools.org的文章,提供大家參考,讓你對所謂的API 分數有進一步的了解

1. The API is not a test.

Rather, the API is a school performance measurement system that was first developed as part of California’s 1999 Public Schools Accountability Act. Each year, the state calculates the Base API for each school to establish a baseline for the school’s academic performance, and it sets an annual target for growth. Each summer, the state announces the Growth API for each school, which reflects growth in the API from year to year.

The 2011 Base API, released in May 2012, is calculated using each school’s test results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs — state tests designed to see how students are learning state standards), the California Modified Assessment (CMA), the California Alternate Performance Assessment (CAPA) and the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE).

The 2012 Growth API, which will be released in September 2012, shows the school’s academic growth for the year. It is calculated in the same way as the 2011 Base API.

2. The API measures both school performance and improvement.

The API can be used to see how well a school did on tests in any given year, as well as to track school progress over time. Each year, parents can review a school’s API number, which shows how well it did relative to the state’s goal of 800, and also check the school’s growth from the previous year. To make it an accurate measure of school improvement, the Base API calculation only includes test results of students who were in the district during the previous school year. The Growth API is calculated using results of students from the current school year.

3. The API has very high stakes.

Due to the spotlight on API results from newspapers and the state, schools are under tremendous pressure to increase test scores and improve their APIs. While some argue that this pressure encourages schools to improve classroom instruction, others are afraid that schools will shortchange rich curricular programs in favor of test preparation drills.

4. The API measures academic performance, not school quality.

As a parent, you may have heard people say things like, “The school has an API of 750, so it must be a great school,” or “The API is only 550? What’s wrong with this school?” While these simple assessments are tempting, be careful about jumping to conclusions based on a school’s API alone. Before making any overall judgments about a school’s quality, be sure to look at its API improvement as well as other key factors, including teacher experience, parent involvement and special programs.

5. The API focuses on achievement for all students.

The API is designed to show how well schools are serving students across all ethnic and socioeconomic groups. For this reason, separate APIs are calculated for each of a school’s statistically significant subgroups, which include any ethnic groups that account for a significant percentage of the school’s population. If “numerically significant,” APIs are also calculated for a school’s socioeconomically disadvantaged students (students who qualify for the subsidized lunch program or who don’t have a parent with a high school degree), English learners, and students with disabilities.

6. Schools that don’t improve their APIs must get help.

If a school doesn’t meet its API growth target and has one of the lower Base APIs in the state, it may receive grants and special assistance to help with improvement efforts. If a school continues to fall short of its target, it may eventually be subject to strong local or state sanctions, including reassigning the principal (subject to a public hearing), reorganization or even school closure.

7. API results are for schools and districts only.

There is no such thing as an individual student API. The API is based on scores from the CSTs, the CMA, the CAPA and the CAHSEE. The API measures how a school’s or district’s academic performance improves from year to year.

8. The API has changed.

It used to include just the results of the norm-referenced tests — in the first years, the Stanford 9 tests and later the CAT/6. These tests compared California students to their peers nationwide. In recent years the emphasis has shifted to include more results from the CSTs, which more accurately reflect what California students are expected to learn in the classroom, and fewer results from the CAT/6. In early 2009, the CAT/6 Survey was eliminated entirely as a testing tool in the state.

In 2001-2002, CSTs in English language arts (for grades 2 through 11) were added to API calculations. Scores from CSTs in math (for grades 2 through 11), social science (for grades 10 and 11), and the CAHSEE were added in 2002-2003 to provide a more accurate picture of what students have learned. In 2003-2004, CST science tests in grades 9 through 11 and the CAPA in language and math in grades 2 through 11 were added. Since 2004-2005 even more indicators have been added. The API now includes the CST in science for grades 5 and 8 through 11 and in history-social science for grades 8 through 11. In 2008, the California Modified Assessment (CMA) was added to the API for grades 3 through 5. Grades 6 through 8 of the CMA were added in 2010.

9. The API is complicated.

If the whole topic of the API confuses you, you’re not alone. Educators and parents alike struggle to understand where the API comes from, how it’s calculated and what exactly it means. Here’s the bottom line: APIs range from 200 to 1000 and the goal for all schools is 800. The API is based on test scores and is calculated in a way that encourages schools to raise the test scores of the lowest-scoring students.

10. GreatSchools Ratings and the California API are different.

GreatSchools also calculates a rating on a scale of 1 to 10 based on California test results. There are several important differences between GreatSchools Ratings and California API Ranks:

  • API Ranks are created by the California Department of Education. GreatSchools Ratings are created by GreatSchools.
  • The API is calculated using results from the CSTs, CMA, CAHSEE, and the CAPA. GreatSchools Ratings are calculated using the CSTs only. For additional information on GreatSchools Ratings, check our frequently asked questions.
  • Some test subjects count more than others in the API.
  • The API includes all 5 levels of proficiency (far below basic, below basic, basic, proficient or advanced), each receiving a different number of points toward the total API. The API is calculated this way to encourage improvement in test scores. GreatSchools Ratings use only the percent of students who scored at the proficient and advanced levels. GreatSchools Ratings show how the percentage of students on grade level at a school compared to schools across the state.

 

 

My Listing!! 1089 Tekman Dr SAN JOSE, CA 95122

這是我本周上市的一個Listing,

地點很好,就在Tully Road旁,開車三分鐘就可以上101,算是鬧中取靜的好區。

這個Condo距離Kelley Park/Japanese Friendship Garden日本公園, Sharks Ice, and San Jose Giants Stadium. 開車到獅子城 Lion Supermarket, Grand Century Shopping Center and小西貢 Walmart都在六分鐘左右.

這間房子不像其他1B1B,還有一個餐廳的位置跟小陽台。歡迎來參觀!This home offers a quiet and serene lifestyle. Excellent for first time homeowner or investor. Open-house this weekend, on December 12th/13th, 19th/20th from 1:30-4:30 PM.

Call me if you have any questions!

https://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Jose/1089-Tekman-Dr-95122/home/1616380

We welcome other sellers!

We make all the necessary research to sell your home at the right price!!!

  1. We order all the required documents for you to sell your home*.
  2. We prepare all the Seller’s disclosures for you to sign.
  3. We design and print color flyer at no extra cost to you.
  4. We pay to advertise open house for your property on major local newspaper or websites or to order virtual tour per your request.
  5. We open house for you every weekend until it sells.
  6. We can help your buyer obtain mortgage and get your home to be sold smoothly.
  7. We review all offers with you together and negotiate to get the possible best deal.
  8. We go through the entire escrow period; help you avoid problems.
  • We coordinate for you with all transaction-related professionals and inspectors.
  • We make sure all legal documents signed by both you and Buyer.
  • We follow through the escrow until it’s closing.
  • We will reimburse house cleaning & yard clean up cost after closing.

*Inspections performed by qualified inspectors will be charged on seller.

**We urge you to list your home on MLS for more prospective buyers/agents seeing your property. Usually 2.5% or 3% of sales price pays buyer’s agent.

舊金山灣區 南灣 房地產 201511月最新數據報告

淡季不淡,市況「蠢蠢欲動」

12月已經7日,忙到現在才有空檔寫寫最新的買氣報告。奇怪,不是淡季嗎?可是我還是好忙呀!

沒錯,是淡了一點,冬季買氣絕對不如夏季炙熱,但是市場依然溫暖,昨天(12/6)在South San Jose 幫同事Open House,來了17組共40人,套一句同事說的話,大家已經「蠢蠢欲動。」

前幾天參加一個美國華人經紀人的晚宴,Green Valley Realty受邀參加,我也很榮幸地參與其中,老闆與公司業績前幾名的同事不約而同地認為:「過了感恩節,大家都以為12月是淡季,準備過聖誕節並迎接新年,沒想到升息疑慮未減,房市依然蠢蠢欲動。」雖然11月釋出量少,導致成交量縮,但是數字會說話,好區的成交行情依然不為所動,繼續穩定維持小小的漲幅。

來看看11月的成交市況吧!(2015年11月MLS資料庫,反映2015年10月買氣)

先來看看南灣的綜合買氣,下列數據包括San Jose, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, Saratoga, Los Gatos。再往下細看各地區分析。

All house
2014/12~2015/11 South Bay House Chart

Nov 2015平均加價率102.7 %  銷售天數達31

以下為主要City的成交市況

這是Sunnyvale只看 House的狀況

19 HOuse
2014/12~2015/11 Sunnyvale House Chart ↑

Sunnyvale House Nov 2015加價率 105.6%但是平均成交天數為13天,跟今年6月賣的一樣快。勝過於7月~10月需要15~19天才能賣掉。

18H
↑ 2014/12~2015/11 Cupertino House Chart

Cupertino 的House 11月平均加價率為103.9%,平均成交天數增加至33天,大家注意一下11月的加價率從10月後到底又微幅上升,市場果真是買盤還在,「跌不下去」,繼~續~漲!

8 House
↑ 2014/12~2015/11 Santa Clara House Chart

Santa Clara受惠於Sunnyvale & Cupertino 擴散效應影響,今年漲得很多,是矽谷地區百萬元還能買到好房子的地方,雖然沒有太多好學區,不過地點優勢,最近也是很多年輕人的新寵。平均加價率維持104.5%,成交天數也不離譜,24天還算是中間值。

5
2014/12~2015/11 Berryessa

Berryessa很好玩,買氣很穩定,大概都是20餘天成交,特別的是又看到除了Cupertino之外加價率回升的一區。

你想找房子嗎?

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灣區房地產201509月最新數據報告

Here is the latest market analysis by Maggie Chien.  I just finished house market research about South bay, part of east bay and also Berryessa.  Time frame is from Sep 2014 to Aug 2015.  Postal City is Palo alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, Fremont, Milpitas, Berryessa.  Property Type is Residential.  Property Sub Type is one of ‘Single Family Home’, ‘Condominium’, ‘Town house’.

一個月又過了,我為各位奉上九月初最新的市場資訊,不過八月成交狀況顯示的其實是六到七月的買氣,其中加價率可以解釋為購買力,部分區域雖然看見衰退,但是Palo alto (14.5%)、Mountian (12.6%)、Cupertino (11%)還是至少要加價一成才買的到房子,部分區域加價率稍有滑落,像是Sunnyvale從11%左右降至9%,Fremnot 小幅跌落1%降至加價率4.5%,Milpitas降至3.5%,Berryessa顯示持平狀態,加價率維持在5~6%之間。

加價率的調整,與市場需求、房價已高有很大的關係,這是最基本的經濟供需法則,市場上仍有買家相挺,但是如果有積極看屋者就知道,好房子實在不多,心裡滿意的,口袋都跟不上腳步,買得起的,都需要大力整裝一番,如果客人有實力,我乾脆建議他們買的便宜一點的爛房子,低於市價10%,把那個10%拿來裝修房屋,也可以選擇自己滿意的配備,不過當然不是每一個客人都有這種時間成本的。

以下為南灣、東灣部分地區平均在市場上的天數與加價率最新數字,僅有住宅類且不分產品,若需特殊區域、產品分析,請與我聯繫。

通常特殊市場分析,我經常用到是在出價之前,提供我的客戶該城市、該社區、或該屋近1 mile 以內類似產品的數據分析等,同學區、同性質產品近期銷售最新市況,合理出價,不是瞞天喊價。

Palo Alto Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Palo Alto Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio.

Palo Alto↑、Mountain View ↓成交天數維持低檔,6~7月加價率維持高水平,好屋難求、買盤強勁。

Mountain View Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Mountain View Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Sunnyvale Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Sunnyvale Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio

Sunnyvale & Cupertino 成交日期近三個月明顯拉長,↑Sunnyvale 加價率持續萎縮,Cupertino↓下圖 加價率見到彈升。

Cupertino Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Cupertino Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Berryessa Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Berryessa Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio

Berryessa 維持穩定,這地區因為產品好壞非常兩極,唯不少Owner occupied的房子,影響銷售天數頗大。

Milpitas Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Milpitas Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio

Fremnot & Milpitas地區成交天數維持穩定,加價率受到7/21地震影響,可能會稍微影響買氣。

Fremont Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio
Fremont Avg DOM & Sale to List Price Ratio

住灣區,想買房!怎麼找房產經紀人?

茫茫人海,誰能信賴?

買房步驟之初,一定要找一個信任的Agent、(又稱房仲、經紀、Realtor),如果剛到美國人生地不熟,可以從下列幾項要點觀察,選擇您信賴的房地產經紀人。

個人認為,專業房仲必須具備下列幾點

(一) 售屋前的財務分析、買房指引、針對買方的區域分析

(二) 懂房子、熟流程,知道如何看房子,合法揭示房子優缺點,知道建築結構、建材差異,能為你解釋、讀上disclosure (屋況清單)、契約、甚至是賣方出示的報告書,知道如何與賣方經紀人交涉,後續談妥任何協定等。

(三) 熟習區域、生活機能學區劃分,能為將來的生活助上一臂之力。

(四) 了解貸款流程、稅金、金流、closing cost (買房交易支出)等相關流程

(五) 知道如何為買、賣方做出市場分析、合理出價、定價,不是追高價錢,尤其是買方房經紀,雖然北加州都是追加價格,90%以上個案例都是價高者得房,但是仍須以屋況、學區、小環境合理鑑價、合理出價!

(六) 不會造成買、賣雙方壓力、恐慌與額外的負擔。

有人跟我說,「買賣房屋可以自己來,根本就不需要房仲!」我笑而不答。

在美國,買房、賣房之間,交予專業人士,擁有更多的資源平台共享,房仲須顧及專業能力甚至法律責任,就財務上、安全上、法律上、都能規避一定的風險,加上買方並不需要負擔額外仲介費用 (加州是由賣方Listing Owner 來負擔買賣雙方的房仲費用),計畫買屋前,先找一位專業房仲,絕對是買房必備條件。

買房之前應該建議找自己順眼的房仲聊一聊,看看他是否具備這些能力,我在台灣當房地產記者的時候,也採訪過百位以上房仲,因為房仲業門檻並不高,因此素質落差頗大,當然有很多我所尊敬的前輩,各有房地產上的專業領域與一番本領讓人激賞,但是我相信,除了專業上的選擇,終究會回到緣分、人與人相處的感覺來選擇你的房仲。

如果你(妳)覺得他專業,請相信他(她)、信賴他(她),雙方都覺得舒服、安心,才能一起協力為一個家圓夢。


任何售屋、買房、租屋、需求

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Ming Wei Chien (Maggie)
Cell: 408-505-3003
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2015 Licensed Realtor / 2019 Licensed Broker

Sunnyvale 生活資訊推薦/生鮮雜貨

搬來Sunnyvale已經一年多,分享一下我愛逛愛買的好去處。

Grocery/生鮮雜貨

蔬果超市Felipe’s Market:墨西哥人開的蔬果店,也有販售有機蔬果、起司、蜂蜜、義大利麵、餅乾、堅果等乾貨,我很推薦這裡的蔬果,因為新鮮便宜,常有特價物,周六是我覺得最好撿便宜的時候,常常有些盒裝生菜、有機蔬菜特價,只是排隊要排久一些,如果怕浪費時間在排隊就周間下午五點前來吧。http://www.yelp.com/biz/felipes-market-sunnyvale

華人超市Ranch99:想念台灣食物就來這裡挖一挖寶,我只在這裡買乾貨、特價時的豆腐、義美零食,肉類個人覺得腥味太重,都到日超或是Costco買。 http://www.yelp.com/biz/99-ranch-market-mountain-view-2

日本超市NIJIYA:推薦牛肉片(火鍋用) 跟海鮮,我們家常吃牛肉火鍋、壽喜燒,肉、雞蛋就來自這裡,雖然價格貴些,但是品質真的好,有時買買鰻魚、豆皮做壽司,也販售很多來自日本醬料、零食、食材等。一秒到日本的感覺。

每個月29號是NIJIYA的Meat Day, 生鮮肉類打八折,但是我買過,都是冷凍的,解凍後品質並不佳,所以我還是想吃再買最新鮮的就好。

懶得煮飯的時候,NIJIYA熟食區有Beef Don (牛肉蓋飯)、壽司、便當、拉麵、咖哩飯等選擇,牛肉蓋飯不錯,還附上味僧湯。http://www.yelp.com/biz/nijiya-market-mountain-view

韓國超市HANKOOK:泡菜、韓國烤肉醃料、醃肉、熟食、韓式豆腐鍋、年糕、泡麵、柚子醬等等。蔬果區很乾淨。http://www.yelp.com/biz/hankook-supermarket-sunnyvale

Trader Joe’s:我很少到這裡逛,但是偶爾我會買買冷凍食物、甜點(馬卡龍、起司蛋糕,都在冷凍區)等 ,對了,這裡的花、植物最便宜。http://www.yelp.com/biz/trader-joes-sunnyvale-2

Whole Foods: 有機食物大全(新聞有說,這家比哪裡都貴XD),我們家並非有機食物信仰者,加上Felipe蔬果已經足夠我採購,我來這裡偶爾是買隻鴨子回家煮、最近則是很常買甜點,我推薦NY Cheese Cake,藍莓塔派之類的,價格很實惠。

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