Cupertino has a fairly stable real estate market and is characterized by the strong sense of community felt by the various residential neighborhoods. We have a wealth of qualified agents and companies in Cupertino which specialize in real estate located in our community.
If you are personally interested in relocating to Cupertino, or plan to relocate your employees or company to Cupertino, please reference these resources:
- Silicon Valley Association of Realtors
Contact the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors at 408.200.0100
- Cupertino Property Information - Interactive Map
Search for property by assessor parcel number or address. Search results include zoning, land use, and assessor data, and map layers including annual aerial imagery.
- Silicon Valley Commercial Property Search
Search for available commercial property by: Sale/Lease, Use, Price Range and/or Size Range.
Real Estate Signage FAQs
The City of Cupertino understands signage is critical to the real estate industry. The display of "For Sale," "For Rent," and "Open House" signage is subject to the requirements of the City's municipal code, which have been established to protect pedestrian and traffic safety and to maintain the community's beautiful environment.
The following are key reminders of the sign ordinance:
Any signage not in compliance will be confiscated by Code Enforcement officers and will be stored at the Cupertino Service Center, located at 10555 Mary Avenue. City staff will contact the owners with directions on how to retrieve signage, which will include paying a fee of $5.50 per sign. Please be advised, any non-compliance with any of these rules on the placement of signs are violations of the Cupertino Municipal Code and may be subject to an administrative fine of up to $500 per violation/sign, and per day that the violation continues.
We appreciate your support in maintaining Cupertino's attractive community, as well as reducing staff time to enforce and process signage violations.