Transactions for the week of Feb. 3

Los Altos

469 Casita Way, Riffle Trust to T. & W. Tang for $3,480,000

New Indian restaurant opens in Los Altos, with a twist on tradition

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Bruce Barton/Town Crier
Indian cuisine, top, comes to downtown Los Altos with last month’s arrival of Aurum, helmed by CEO Anupam Bhatia, above left, with chef Manish Tyagi.

The chemical symbol for gold is “Au.” In terms of value, gold is one of the highest-weighted metals in the world, showcasing prosperity and a high standard.

On the Market: Who pays for what in real estate transactions?

In every real estate transaction, there are associated costs outside the purchase price. I am often asked: Who pays for what? Each county has slightly different customs. For example, for title and escrow costs, Santa Clara County is a “seller pay” county and San Mateo County is “buyer pay.”

Transactions for the week of Jan. 27

Los Altos

944 Aura Way, Wendy Trust to K. Liang for $2,875,000
239 N. El Monte Avenue, Keeling Family Trust to M. & Y. Komada for $2,550,000

Los Altos to offer Restaurant Takeout Week

In an effort to help drive business at local eateries that for now are restricted to offering just takeout and delivery due to shelter-in-place orders, the city of Los Altos is sponsoring Restaurant Takeout Week beginning Friday (Jan. 22).

Los Altos Veterinary Clinic has a new home

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Courtesy of Melissa Neal
Los Altos Veterinary Clinic has moved to Rancho Shopping Center.

Los Altos’ oldest veterinary clinic has a new home, moving to Rancho Shopping Center last November after three decades downtown. The Los Altos Veterinary Clinic, which opened its doors in 1958, can now be found next to Marti’s Dance Studio at its new address.


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