Home Values Rising to Meet or Recover Previous Losses

by davesingery March 6, 2017 Latest News

There is good news for 54 metro areas in the U.S. in that the price of housing in these areas has now reached or exceeded the prices of homes before the 2008 housing decline, according to HSH.com’s Home Price Recovery Index [1]. This information is compiled using the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA) Home Price […]

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Very Eric Carle: A Very Hungry, Quiet, Lonely, Clumsy, Busy Exhibit

by davesingery March 2, 2017 ca events

          Step into the pages of Eric Carle’s colorful picture books. Tumble in the grass. Weave a web. Find a friend. Become a butterfly.  His classic “Very” series, all illustrated in his hand-painted tissue paper collage technique, introduces five special insects who take journeys of discovery. Each story is a testament […]

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Interest Rates Continue Trend

by davesingery February 28, 2017 Latest News

On Tuesday, the Federal Housing Finance Agency [1] reported that mortgage rates increased from December to January and, according to several indices of new mortgage contracts, interest rates on conventional purchase-money mortgages also increased. Since November 2016, the mortgage rate has been on a steady incline. The national average mortgage contract rate for the purchase […]

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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 La Habra events

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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La Mirada Charmer

by davesingery November 14, 2016 Deal of the Month

Love and Care are the hallmarks of this 3 bedroom traditional home. Features include: Remodeled kitchen with maple cabinets and a center island with granite countertops, French doors, real hardwood floors, permitted bonus room addition, master bedroom with double sinks and porcelain tile floor, double pane windows, 10 feet high beamed ceilings and a pool […]

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Norwalk Fixer

by davesingery November 14, 2016 Deal of the Month

Looking for a 4 bedroom house with great bones but can use a little love. This home has a great lot with 5,303 sq feet. contact us direct to help us find what your dream home.  

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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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