Green Valley Lake Real Estate News
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Saturday Jul 25 | via The Alpenhorn News
After a proliferation of vacation rentals negatively impacted neighbors to where they regularly attended its meetings, the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council recommended changes to the county's short-term rental ordinance was the topic of discussion at its July 9 meeting. The Alpenhorn News observed as Lake Arrowhead residents Jody and Judy Brumm, Doug Kelley and Paul Birney started attending the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council meetings on August 1, 2013, to complain about a neighboring property owner renting out their property as a vacation rental where large numbers of people would show up, create parking and safety issues, loud noise, start fires and threaten physical violence to anyone who complained. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 21 | via Hesperia Star
Keeping our neighborhoods safe has become more difficult than ever, according to Rebecca Otwell, president of the High Desert Association of Realtors and founder of a new Neighborhood Watch program. Otwell said local crime rates have been rising due to prisoners being let out of overcrowded jails, as well as Proposition 47 that allows for certain non-violent felonies to be changed to misdemeanors. Comment?
Saturday Jul 18 | via Victorville Daily Press
The California Association of Realtors said an improving economy and job growth is drawing buyers back to the housing market. According to the association, home buyers have started forming households again, with buyers who previously experienced a foreclosure or short sale jumping back into housing market, according to the organization's "2015 Survey of California Home Buyers." Comment?
Jun 16, 2015 | via Whittier Daily News
Fueled by an increase in home sales, the assessed value of all taxable property in Los Angeles County rose 6.13 percent in 2015 - the largest jump since 2010 - the county assessor reported Thursday. Assessor Jeffrey Prang released the 2015 Assessment Roll, which showed the county's taxable properties were valued at a net total of $1.264 trillion, a $73.1 billion increase from last year. Comment?
Thursday Jul 16 | via Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The assessed value on all taxable property in San Bernardino County increased by more than 5 percent in 2015, surpassing the previous high in 2008 before the collapse of the real estate market, according to the recently released figures by Assessor Bob Dutton. The county's 820,314 taxable parcels were valued at $186.8 billion, a 5.07 percent increase over 2014. Comment?
Monday | via Los Angeles Times
Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business section. I'm assistant Business editor Nancy Rivera Brooks filling in for David Lazarus. Comment?
Saturday Jul 25 | via The Alpenhorn News
Local Farmer's Insurance Agent Shelli Wimmer told those attending a recent meeting of Crestline Connect, a networking group of businesses and community leaders, that most California admitted insurance companies working under the rules of the California Insurance Commissioner are not writing any new homeowners policies until the Lake Fire in the San Gorgonio Wilderness Area is declared 100 percent contained. That may be a while; a long while, according to fire officials who say full containment on the devastating wildland fire isn't expected until winter. Comment?
Monday Jul 20 | via Vallejo Times-Herald
Only 23 U.S. cities are worse than Vallejo for first-time home buyers, according to a new WalletHub study. The study found half the 10 worst cities for first-time home buyers - and none of the top 10 best - are in California. Comment?
Thursday Jul 23 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
California pending home sales continued to gain steam in June, registering seven months of continued annual increases and the fifth consecutive month of double-digit increases, according to the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORSA . In a separate report, California REALTORSA responding to C.A.R.'s June Market Pulse Survey saw a reduction in floor calls, listing appointments, and open house traffic, compared with May. The Market Pulse Survey is a monthly online survey of more than 300 California REALTORSA , which measures data about their last closed transaction and sentiment about business activity in their market area for the previous month and the last year. Comment?
Thursday Jul 23 | via Dr. Housing Bubble Blog
Los Angeles one of the top area Americans are ditching: Areas losing Americans but gaining people from outside the country. I've talked about the reality that many native Californians have been leaving the state in droves over the past decade. Comment?
5 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Silver has probably not found a bottom yet, but when it finally does, investors can expect a double, a triple, or an even greater increase. Does that sound ridiculous? It's not if you look at what has happened in the past. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Morningstar
Consumer confidence fell to a 10-month low in July , perhaps because of a more volatile U.S. stock market triggered by financial worries in China and the latest Greek debt crisis. Among more encouraging economic news, the S&P Case Shiller Home-Price Index showed that home prices rose in May . Comment?
8 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Ladies and gentleman I would like to thank you for standing by and welcome to the Fourth Quarter Earnings Tele Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] I would now like to turn the conference over to your host and facilitator, Mr. Craig Blunden. Comment?
9 min ago | via The Truth About Mortgage
Every year, housing demand picks up during the traditional spring buying season and eventually begins to fade as summer takes hold and kids make their way back to school. Apparently they're still touring properties in droves, but they're less likely to make an offer. Comment?
20 min ago | via ABC News
A leading property analyst says Australia's latest home price boom, focused on Sydney and Melbourne, is nearing its peak as investor loans limits start to bite. Over the past few months, banks and other financial institutions have started imposing tougher income tests and interest rate buffers on property investors, with many also increasing the amount of deposit that buyers must put up. Comment?
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