Relocating from a big city to a San Jose Condo?

Posted by Danielle & David Contreras on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 at 5:14pm.

For any relocating condo buyer San Jose and the suburban nature takes a little getting used to. Not being able to walk to your local grocery store or going to a variety of restaurants without having to get into your car are all things that might be missed. But today the new San Jose downtown skyline is made up of four new San Jose Residential Highrises that can make any big city relocating professional get that hometown feeling.

Places like The 88 that have the newest Safeway Market located in the same building and the Axis is within a few blocks of multiple restaurants, movie theaters and parks. The 360 Residences offers that same downtown conveniences being just blocks away from San Jose State University, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose Opera House and light rail transportation to most all the rest of the Silicon Valley. This is what most big cities consider urban living and now the Proximity convenience, and culture is located in Silicon Valley Condos.

Right now if you are interested in buying a condo in downtown San Jose, The 88 wants to make sure you get the best deal for the best home.  In August they are offering 2.875% Mortgage*. What does that mean in terms of monthly payments?  Under this program, buyers could purchase a 2-bedroom home at The 88 for a monthly mortgage payment of just $1,500!

San Francisco isn’t the only urban option for the Bay Area any longer. San Jose downtown condos are newer, cleaner and safer urban option for the Bay Area. Take a walk, call for a tour and find out why so many have made the move to downtown.

*Conventional conforming 5/1 ARM @ 2.875% note rate. APR 3.22%. Fico score of 740. 25% down payment required. Loan amounts not to exceed $417,000. Programs, pricing, details and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Certain restrictions and guidelines apply. Taxes and HOA are not included in the payment as shown above. Valid on qualified homes put into contract between 8/1/10 through 8/30/10.

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