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For the past year or so I’ve seen a set of condos being erected near my office in San Mateo. For a while my coworkers and I marveled at the ugly paint color they chose for the exterior. The property is the Stonegate community developed by Syme Properties. The plan is for 40 luxury condominiums and five single family homes. The model homes are finally showing so I went in for a quick look.

From the Outside:

The exteriors give you no indication of luxury since there is still a lot of concrete and dust around the property. The front entrance is on 20 Madison about half a block from El Camino Real, and it’s a very small street next to a six floor office building. So the view you will get from the top floor is the parking lot of the office building or El Camino. Or if you choose just to look inside the property, there is a little garden in the middle.

Onto the Sales Office:

When you walk in, you will be greeted with very nice brochures with an artist’s rendition of the property. I must say the picture looks much nicer than the real thing. The place is very dark, and the sales office is right on the left. When I walked into the sales office, a middle aged Asian sales person seemed to be yelling at a prospective customer. Then the salesperson turned to me and said, “ARE YOU WITH HIM?” That sort of scared me for a bit and I said, “no”. Then the other customer said to the salesman, “did you have a bit too much caffeine this morning?” The salesman replied, “you don’t have your agent with you!” The other man sounded a little perturbed and said, “I am here, and it says open house, and I want to see the homes. That’s all.” I was a bit freaked out right there and wanted to walk out, but I just took the pricelists from the table and went onto the model homes on the right.

The Prices

The prices are what I call barfalicious (extremely high). Here’s a rundown of the currently available units:

1 bedroom 1 bath condo:
Plan D – 770 square feet – $535,000 & $552,000 -$706/sqft on average

2 bedrooms 2 baths condo:
Plan C1 – 1107 square feet – $773,000 – $698/sqft
Plan E1 – 992 square feet – $699,000 – $705/sqft
Plan F – 1176 square feet – $775,000 – $659/sqft
Plan H1 – 1251 square feet – $855,000 – $683/sqft
Plan I1 – 1175 square feet – $788,000 – $670/sqft
Plan M2 – 1152 square feet – $889,000 – $771/sqft

Single Family Homes on Hobart:
21 Hobart – 3 bedrooms plus den, 3 baths – 2583 square feet – $1,498,000 – $580/sqft
23 Hobart – 3 bedrooms plus den, 2.5 baths – 2,265 square feet – $1,426,000 – $630/sqft
25 Hobart – 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths – 1,991 square feet – $1,298,000 – $652/sqft
27 Hobart – 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths – 1,991 square feet – $1,298,000 – $652/sqft
29 Hobart – 4 bedrooms, 3 baths – 2,639 square feet – $1,478,000 – $560/sqft

Inside the Model Home:

I went into unit 111, which is a 2 bedroom 2 bath unit that’s supposedly already sold. I thought the floor plan was a bit odd since the master bath was almost bigger than the second bedroom. The kitchen was a bit small and the floor was covered with a dark wood which I don’t like. The master bathroom was my favorite room, because it was huge, and covered with marble. Other than that, the entire place felt very small. There are two other models, but one is a one bedroom unit, which felt even smaller. I didn’t go to the single family homes because I wasn’t sure if they were done. There was no helpful salespeople since I kind of got scared away.

Final Review Summary

Price — very high and scary, probably unwarranted even for new luxury condos. Though the price list did say that Syme Properties may change the price without notice and liability. So the prices on the condos might go down if not enough people order them. The prices on the single family homes are comparably not so horrible for this area. For example, take a look at that sold for more than 1.2 million dollars. Anyway, none of the homes are affordable for the average San Matean, but I guess they’re going for a richer demographic.
Salespeople — As I mentioned, the man in the sales office was a bit scary and rude. After I read the documents about their loan policies, I figured out what they were arguing about. Apparently Syme Properties only accept pre-approved buyers who can put 20% down and are non-contingent. I guess they’re trying to protect themselves in this market.
Location — It’s very close to Aragon High and Central Park and about a mile from San Mateo downtown. So overall not a bad area, though the properties themselves are a bit too close to El Camino Real.
Overall Rating — Not the worst I have seen, and definitely not the best. The price is way too high for the condos and amenities and the entire place feels very dark and cramped. So I give it a C-.

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When I buy a home, I would prefer to buy a new home so I don’t have to worry about updating it to building code and making it energy efficient. The problem is, most brand new homes are not listed on the multiple listing service the realtors use because the builders want to sell the homes themselves for a larger profit. Additionally, realtors don’t seem to welcome new homes on the MLS because that would give buyers the perception that there is a huge inventory. Both parties want to keep the prices up. So how do you go about finding new home developments in your community without using the MLS?

Drive Around — This may seem obvious, but you can just drive around the places you want to live and look for developments. Often the builders will have big signs out and sales offices are ready before all the homes are built. They are usually pretty friendly in the sales offices and will tell you about the property in detail.

Look at Recently Sold Homes — Most newspapers have a real estate section listing the homes sold in the past month or so. If you see many properties sold on the same street, chances are it’s a new development.

Search Builder Websites — If you know of reputable builders in your area, you can go directly to their webpage and search for new developments

Use Google — Type in something similar to New Homes Your County in Google, and you will receive some hits, but you have to take some effort to weed out the irrelevant results.

Search the City Planning Division — This is probably the best resource for finding new homes in places like San Mateo that are perceived as completely built out. Before each builder can break ground, they need building permits from the city they want to build in. So a good way to find out who’s building what is to look at city planning pages. For example, San Mateo has an listing all the sites that have building permits and the list of builders applying for permits. If your city doesn’t have a resource like this online, they will have the information in the city planning office, and it should be public record.

Builders are offering a lot of incentives lately such as free upgrades and closing costs, so it’s possible to get a new home that’s cheaper and better than a used home. Anyway, it still takes patience and legwork to find the home you want because you need to research the builder and the area. Personally, I don’t mind waiting for some of the developments that will come up a couple years down the road or wait for the current builders to cut their prices some more.

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The last time I visited China, the tour guides tried to tell me that that I am fat with a phrase that roughly translates to “as round as pearls and as shiny as oil”, which is meant to be complimentary to the beauties of ancient dynasties. When we visited the Stone Forest attraction in Kunming, the tourguide related a story of a Chinese American couple who couldn’t fit through the spaces between the stone pillars, and could not enjoy walking through the natural wonder. In America I am considered petite, being only size 2, but in China I couldn’t even zip up the extra large pants. That experience is what led me to research fat in America, and it’s alarming how much we spend on obesity-related issues. This is not a post meant to belittle overweight people, but simply a small compilation of facts and figures about the cost of our collective fat.

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Fat Healthcare Costs — You may be amongst the 40% of Americans who are not overweight, but you are probably still paying a percentage of your taxes towards treating the obesity of others. According to the , the approximate cost of obesity-related healthcare is an incredible 78.5 billion dollars in 1998, of which 37.6 billion were paid by Medicaid or Medicare. Adjusting the total cost for inflation using the CPI calculator, it’s about 100,000,000,000 dollars in 2007, and the actual cost is possibly even larger since healthcare costs have risen much more than the average inflation in recent years. The put this in perspective, our fat-related health costs beat

Fat Insurance Costs — The above healthcare costs only account for the money spent for healthcare and not the insurance. Obesity is considered a payout risk to insurance companies and health insurance could be a lot pricier for an obese person.

Fat Fuel Costs – It makes sense that it takes more energy to move more weight. An article last year states that Americans are consuming each year compared to 1960 due to the extra weight. Similarly, airplanes are also using more fuel because people are getting heavier on average.

Fat Death Costs– This may seem morbid, but those extra pounds of the deceased can increase the funeral expenditures of those left behind. The BBC reported that larger coffins is becoming more prevalent and some crematoria actually .

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Mandated Exercise — I remember that in school I always had PE classes where I had to exercise approximately one hour a day. After I graduated college and started a job where I sit all day and type, I gained approximately fifteen pounds. It also didn’t help that there were tons of free snacks and sodas in the office kitchen. If the government or work place has some kind of mandated exercise, then perhaps a lot of extra love handles can be shed.

Eat More Healthy Food — High calorie and fat foods generally appear cheaper, but considering the long term health, energy, and social costs of being overweight, it’s probably more financially prudent to eat fresh and healthy food.

Diet Together — My mom used to be very overweight, but she has lost a lot of flab because my dad loves to go outdoors and takes her hiking. At first, she said she hated hiking, but the more she hiked the more she enjoyed it. It’s much easier to diet with friends and family since you’ll often eat the same food and participate in the same activities.

I will not address the emotional costs of being overweight in this post because those are beyond financial. Some people are really overweight because of medical problems and no matter how hard they try, they can’t lose weight. For the rest of us, losing that extra bit of weight can save all of us a lot of money and stress in the long run.

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My frugality is largely due to my education in China as a child. In China’s elementary schools I was always told that saving money and not wasting resources is a virtue. Chinese children are also given cash as gifts on birthdays and new year’s and encouraged to save it. So most Chinese children are taught about the value of money at a young age. The experience is in sharp contrast to the education I received when I moved to the United States at the age of nine. At that time, my parents were graduate students and they did not have the means to purchase a lot of toys and clothing for me. I was actually teased for not having brandname clothing and shoes. When you are a child and you’re ridiculed that way, of course you would go home to your parents and ask for the things you do not have. Looking back, now I realize that American children are taught at a very young age to want order generic viagra, and quite often things they don’t actually need such as plastic dinosaurs and talking dolls. Gifts are rarely just cash in America, it has to be something that has be wrapped up and then ripped open again. Giving cash as a gift in America is even seen as offensive sometimes (my fubby, for example, thinks that opening a big box is just more fun). As a result, most American children do not really learn about the value of money until they step into true adulthood, and by then, many have already contracted a habit of spending money they may not even have.

The present day China is very different from the China of my childhood. American culture is extremely popular and has invaded every province, city, and township. A few months ago my mother and I strolled on Shanghai’s famous Nanjing Street and tried to find an eatery with Shanghai style dimsum. We walked for blocks and blocks and saw signs for two Starbucks, a McDonalds, and a KFC, but no prominent Shanghaiese cuisine. The shopping district had extremely upscale malls where they sold clothing for hundreds to thousands of order generic viagra. Almost every American name brand was present and sold for slightly more than the US retail price. It seems that Chinese people are now also big spenders. What is different from America is that most Chinese people still use cash. Some of the larger retailers do accept credit cards, but the credit card adoption rate is very small. What is more surprising is that mortgages are also not very common. Since the Chinese government once again allowed home ownership, people have been purchasing homes left and right with mostly cash saved in the years when the government provided housing. So even though Chinese consumers are spending much more money now, they buy what they can afford. Hopefully this monetary culture that advocates saving will not change that much as mortgages and credit cards become more popular in China.

The difference in the monetary habits between Americans and the Chinese creates some of the friction between the two governments. For example, the United States is always pushing China to float its currency, the Yuan in an attempt to get the Chinese to spend more on US goods. The Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson
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Why should you care about China and its monetary policies if you’re not Chinese? Try reading this book: by Sara Bongiomi.

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