Start Your Search Here: 10 Cool Homes in January’s Hottest Markets

houses from hottest markets for January 2016

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While the housing market cooled down in January, not every market tucked in for a long winter’s nap. Some markets never sleep, and we’ve found the cities where slumber isn’t savvy.

These 10 locales consistently outrank their peers in terms of interest: They garner two to five times more page views than average. Buyers in these spots also have to act fast—homes get snatched off the market at least 30 days faster than average.

If you’re a seller in these areas—especially the Golden State—you’re set. But if you’re a buyer, you’ve got your work cut out for you. In honor of the oh-so-cold month of January, we’ve picked a cool home in each of the 10 hottest cities.

10. Los Angeles, CA

Address: 4705 Los Feliz Blvd

Price: $3.89 million

Why it’s hot: It’s a 9,633-square-foot Spanish-style villa with a heated pool and a master bedroom with fireplace, two bars, and small theater.

4705 Los Feliz Blvd

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4705 Los Feliz Blvd

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9. Denver, CO

Address: 215 S Emerson St

Price: $599,900

Why it’s hot: Built in 1906, this classic brick home has tasteful upgrades while maintaining its vintage charm.

21 S Emerson St

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21 S Emerson St

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8. Stockton, CA

Address: 5344 Saint Andrews Dr

Price: $1,495,000

Why it’s hot: Swathed in green ivy, this gorgeous Mediterranean-style home offers serious curb appeal.

5344 Saint Andrews Dr

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5344 Saint Andrews Dr

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7. Nashville, TN

Address: 3518 Murphy Rd

Price: $789,000

Why it’s hot: This bungalow built in 1939 has been renovated “down to the studs” and appears downright cozy.

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6. Sacramento, CA

Address: 2716 10th Avenue

Price: $699,000

Why it’s hot: We weren’t kidding when we said these markets move fast. After less than a week on the market, this lovely little Tudor is already listed as pending.

2716 10th Ave

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2716 10th ave

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5. San Diego, CA

Address: 2471 Meadow Lark Dr

Price: $620,000

Why it’s hot: The seller of this cozy-looking, 1,410-square-foot house with a beautiful backyard is entertaining offers as low as $560,000, so you might just land a bargain.

2471 Meaadow Lark Dr

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2471 Meaadow Lark Dr

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4. Vallejo, CA

Address: 1955 Beltaine Ct

Price: $637,999

Why it’s hot: The pickings are slim in Vallejo (there were fewer than 200 single-family homes for sale at the time of this writing), but the pickings are affordable when compared to other California cities. This four-bedroom Mediterranean is spacious enough for extended families.

1955 Beltaine Ct

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1955 Beltaine Ct

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3. Dallas, TX

Address: 6607 Desco Dr

Price: $2,895,000

Why it’s hot: This gorgeous Mid-Century Modern was “rebuilt and expanded in 2009” and features walls of glass, fire pits, and a “loaded outdoor kitchen.”

6607 Desco Dr

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6607 Desco Dr

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2. San Jose, CA

Address: 2068 Biarritz Pl

Price: $6.4 million

Why it’s hot: This massive mansion has incredible valley views and two huge garages (totaling over 2,100 square feet). Bonus: Each garage comes with its own mechanic’s workshop.

2068 Biarritz Pl

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2068 Biarritz Pl

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1. San Francisco, CA

Address: 179 Carl St

Price: $2,695,000

Why it’s hot: With “Full House” headed back to Netflix at the end of the month, it’s time for America to fall back in love with San Francisco’s Victorian heritage.

179 Carl St

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179 Carl St

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