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by davesingery February 21, 2017 Latest News

Having twins made creating extra space at home twice the challenge for Marcus and Katy Mollmann. With each of them juggling a baby, he said, “We just didn’t have the time or ability to lift a heavy piece of furniture off our floor.” The hassle of lugging their stuff around, packing it up and hauling […]

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Home Equity Jumps to $726 Billion

by davesingery February 9, 2017 Latest News

Home equity has increased by $227 billion in the third quarter of 2016—a jump of 3.1 percent over Q2, according to recent data from CoreLogic. Year over year, equity rose by a total of $726 billion, or 10.8 percent. The most equity growth occurred on the West Coast. While the average homeowner saw equity rise […]

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City of La Habra Updates

by davesingery February 7, 2017 Featured

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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9 Housing Trends to Watch in 2017

by davesingery February 7, 2017 Latest News

The resilience of Orange County’s housing market in 2016 surprised many folks. Challenges were numerous. Home listings were thin. Builders didn’t construct many “affordable” homes. Questions swirled about the durability of the local economic rebound and the quality of the jobs it was creating. Where would mortgage rates go and would lenders keep lending? And […]

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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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7 trends driving California’s cooling housing market in July

by davesingery August 29, 2016 ca events

California home buying cooled in July. Here are 7 things you should know about the state’s housing market and a subpar July, details of which were gleaned from reports from analysts at PropertyRadar and the California Association of Realtors.

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Home Prices at Pre-crash Highs in 4 US Markets

by davesingery June 13, 2016 ca events

The art of measuring regional home prices is not perfect, but a recent report by one housing tracker shows how rare it is for a market to have regained all the losses created by real estate’s burst bubble.

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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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Less is More

by davesingery July 13, 2015 Latest News

Historic apartments under 500 square feet fit perfectly in tiny home trend.

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Norwalk Condo

by davesingery February 11, 2015 Latest News

Just Listed! Norwalk Condo in gated community, with pool, spa, tennis courts, gym and lush landscaping throughout! Asking $240,000 for this 2 bedroom, 2 story beauty. Please contact Frances direct 562-400-9508

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