La Habra real estate Market Update

City of La Habra Updates

by davesingery February 7, 2017 Featured- Top Banner

The following is a brief update for selected development projects around town: • 1220-1240 W. La Habra Blvd.: Construction of 32 townhomes on the site of the former Ranch Market. Grading is under way. Footings for the new perimeter wall have been inspected. • 951 S. Beach Blvd: Construction of 335 apartment homes. All nine […]

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OC Housing didn’t wilt this summer…

by davesingery September 12, 2016 Fullerton Real Estate Market Update

It doesn’t look like Orange County housing wilted in the summertime heat.  Late August market data show trends that seem to generally stick to the 2016 theme- buyers are largely ignoring frustratingly low inventories of existing homes for sale and buying at a modestly faster pace – often at modestly higher prices.  A strong local […]

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Great ideas to erase buyer turnoffs

by davesingery August 1, 2016 Fullerton Real Estate Market Update

Erase those buyer turnoffs to help your house appeal to all.

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O.C. Housing: Soaring prices shatter records, but affordability drops.

by davesingery August 1, 2016 ca events

The median home price record was smashed. Twice. Apartment rents reached new heights, too.

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HELOC Payment Shocks Over the Next Two Years

by davesingery September 8, 2015 ca events

More Than Half of Current HELOCs Facing Payment Shocks Over the Next Two Years.  Home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) originated during the housing bubble years of 2005 to 2007 have either reached or will soon reach their 10-year “end of draw” period, at which point borrowers will face a payment shock that may cause […]

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Student debt may hurt housing recovery

by davesingery February 26, 2014 ca events

The growing student loan burden carried by millions of Americans threatens to undermine the housing recovery’s momentum by discouraging, or even blocking, a generation of potential buyers from purchasing their first homes. Recent improvements in the housing market have been fueled largely by investors who snapped up homes in the past few years. But that […]

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How Short Sales Fall Short of Expectations

by davesingery February 26, 2014 ca events

Short sales are making up less of the Orange County real estate market these days, but they are certainly still a part of the landscape. And since Orange County home prices are still steadily increasing, you may need an astrology chart, a deck of Tarot cards, and a crystal ball in addition to your calculator, […]

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Stop “shell games,” Mortgage Servicers Told

by davesingery February 26, 2014 ca events

Mortgage servicers who play “shell games” with homeowners and fail to follow new rules on how to help borrowers in default or facing foreclosure will pay for their actions, a top government consumer watchdog warned last week. Steve Antonakes, deputy director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, made the statements at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s […]

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How much house, or how little, does $1 million buy in Orange County?

by davesingery February 12, 2014 ca events

Paul Crane stood in the bedroom doorway of a home for lease one block from the ocean on Newport Beach’s Balboa Peninsula. The bedroom could easily fit inside a typical walk-in closet in this city. But the residence itself is only 534 square feet. “What we would consider a bedroom is maybe not what they […]

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5 Things to Know When Looking for Home Owners Insurance

by davesingery February 11, 2014 ca events

Homeowners need to have a home insurance policy in order to protect their homes as well as personal property. Those who rent require insurance to protect their furniture and personal belongings. Understanding the coverage can help you get the most out of your home insurance if you ever make a claim. Most home insurance policies […]

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