Citrus Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Citrus, CA continually updated from thousands of sources.
Yesterday | via LA Weekly
There's a reason L.A.'s homeless population is growing . Keeping a roof over your head in this city is outrageously expensive. Comment?
Yesterday | via Los Angeles Times
A spec house built on the site of Barbra Streisand's former home has sold for $100 million, tying with the Playboy Mansion for priciest residential sale ever in Los Angeles County. A spec house built on the site of Barbra Streisand's former home has sold for $100 million, tying with the Playboy Mansion for priciest residential sale ever in Los Angeles County. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 19 | via The Daily Breeze
Jay Horrell talks about the “Birthday House” while standing with Jessica in one of its rooms. They call it the Birthday House because it was built roughly the same time that Redondo Beach became a city in 1892. Comment?
Monday Oct 17 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
The Antelope Valley was especially hard hit during the real estate market crash following the Great Recession. At one point in 2012, more than 360,000 homeowners in Los Angeles County owed more on their homes than they were worth. Comment?
Saturday Oct 15 | via US News & World Report
Five years into a severe drought that prompted the governor to declare a state of emergency in 2014, Californians are making some lifestyle changes. Los Angeles gets most of its water from melted snowpack in the Sierra Nevada range and from the Colorado River. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Short of troops to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan a decade ago, the California National Guard enticed thousands of soldiers with bonuses. Now the Pentagon is demanding the money back. Comment?
Thursday | via Inside Bay Area
The Richmond City Council wants to charge homeowners the highest property transfer tax rate in the state, nearly 15 times what most Californians pay. Measure M on the Nov. 8 ballot would grab homeowners' hard-earned equity to compensate for Richmond officials' inability to competently manage city finances. Comment?
Wednesday | via Business Wire
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Wednesday Oct 19 | via San Diego Reader
The median price for a single-family home in San Diego County at the end of 2016's first quarter, according to the California Association of Realtors, stood at just over $554,000. Assuming you've got access to a 20 percent down payment, sterling credit to qualify for a top-tier loan, and minimal other debt, it would require a household income in excess of $110,000 to afford such a property. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 18 | via Wall Street Journal
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8 min ago | via Scotsman.com
Household budgets will be squeezed over the coming months as the weak pound drives up the cost of imports and energy bills begin to rise again. The consumer prices index measure of inflation reached a 22-month high of 1 per cent in September, and while it remains low by historical standards, it's now tipped to hit 3 per cent during 2017 as the effect of the EU referendum result feeds through to living costs. Comment?
26 min ago | via Benzinga
Want to worry less about finances and have an atypical experience during your retirement? Check out these five locales that could really let you relax. With a median home sale price under $200,000, Albuquerque offers various unique options for seniors. Comment?
38 min ago | via Daily Mail
For the past seven years, the financially prudent have been punished unmercifully. By the foibles of the bankers. Comment?
1 hr ago | via USA Today
When you die, you don't just leave behind your family and your legacy. You also leave behind your debts. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Daily Pundit
With real wages stagnant below 1.5%, rising energy costs, soaring medical costs due to Obamacare, record high home prices and rent expense due to the Fed, the average new car price at a record $34,000, and food prices rising steadily, the standard of living of the irredeemables continues to plunge. But at least our taxes will be going up if Hillary and the establishment have sufficiently rigged the election to insure her victory. Comment?
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