Mountain View Real Estate Agent​

Find Your Next Home in Mountain View with Rebecca Olson White

Rebecca Olson White’s approach to helping her Mountain View clients buy and sell their homes can best be described as relational and community-oriented. Her dedication to her clients’ real estate goals lays the foundation for a strong relationship through the buying or selling process, and beyond.


Rebecca builds those relationships by offering services backed by knowledge, skills, and a deep-rooted understanding of the market. As a native of the Bay Area, she has spent years evaluating the local real estate industry and providing sharp insights for her clients. 


From assisting home searches to negotiating sale agreements, Rebecca can help you find or sell any Mountain View home.

How will Rebecca help sell your home?

Before you even create the listing, the right realtor will help you prepare your home, and Rebecca has the process down to an art. She starts by providing an accurate property evaluation that will tell you what you can do to get the most from your property. She can then help you set up the landscaping services you need to maximize curb appeal.


Rebecca can help you manage your property’s repairs to make sure buyers aren’t distracted from all that your home has to offer. Once your home is ready to list, she’ll help you stage it for open houses and photos. When it comes to writing a listing that sells, leave that in Rebecca’s hands as well.


You’ll also benefit from a wide range of marketing resources when you work with Rebecca, including her extensive network of colleagues who will help spread the word about your listing. Additionally, she can shine a spotlight on your home by posting your listing on her own site and on her social media accounts.

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Common Questions about Mountain View Real Estate

High buyer demand and a low inventory of homes have created an ideal seller’s market in Mountain View. Rocket Homes shared that there has been a 0.8% appreciation rate for homes in this community when compared to October 2022 prices. When you consider Mountain View real estate factors, keep in mind that this trend could change depending on the economic forces that influence real estate prices.


If you’re looking for a larger home, it can be beneficial to know that 4-bedroom homes showed the highest appreciation with a 12.4% increase in median home price. Homes with five or more bedrooms had a steady 6.2% increase, while smaller 2-bedroom homes increased by 2.1%. 

Additionally, Rocket Homes reported that the median home price increased to $1,763,400 this year. That’s an increase of $13,150 over the median price in October 2022. The current average home price per square foot is $1,105.


Looking more closely at homes by size, the median home cost for a 1-bedroom home is $585,000. Mountain View realtors have sold 2-bedroom homes at an average price of $1.1 million and 3-bedroom homes at a median price of $1.8 million. 


The median price for 4-bedroom homes is $3 million, while homes with five bedrooms or more sell at an average price of $3.7 million.

Since its 1950 founding, Blossom Valley has transformed from a vast orchard to a residential community with ranch-style homes lining the streets. It’s common to find block parties, parks bustling with activity, and plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities.


On a tour of homes in the Monta Loma neighborhood, you’ll notice large, landscaped lots. In addition to the beautiful curb appeal, homes in this area tend to have more modern styles. Monta Loma is close to the new Google campus, making it an ideal neighborhood for tech industry workers.


Ask Rebecca about Old Mountain View if you’re looking for a bit of everything. The residential streets in this part of the city are lined with cottages and larger Victorian-era homes. You’ll also find plenty of pubs, cafes, and restaurants. After you have dinner at one of the area’s many restaurants, visit the large, sprawling parks in the community for some outdoor fun.


Interested in other Mountain View communities? Consider buying a home in Cuesta Park, Gemello Park, St. Francis Acres, Springer Meadows, or Wagon Wheel.

Great Schools rates Springer Elementary School as the highest in Mountain View, with a 9/10 rating. This public school serves 346 students in grades K-6. Close behind is Ami Imai Elementary School, with an 8/10 rating and a student body of 480 students. Monta Loma Elementary School also has an 8/10 rating, but this school has fewer students, with just 283 pupils registered for classes.


Talk to Rebecca about high schools if you have older children. Mountain View High School has an 8/10 rating with 2,257 students, which is considerably more than the student population at any other high school in the area. The school has a student-to-teacher ratio of 18 to 1.

Client Testimonial

“Working with Rebecca was the easiest thing I’ve done this year. She crushed the negotiation for our new home. She completely understood what I was looking for and found it!”

Whether you want to sell your home or find a great deal on a new home, Rebecca Olson White can help. She’ll give you the insights you need to make wise real estate decisions, and she has the expertise necessary for navigating California’s real estate laws. To get started, contact her and schedule a consultation.