Lower Lake Real Estate News
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23 hrs ago | via Lake County Record-Bee
Lakeport >> Linda Shields, Realtor associate with RE/MAX Lake County Realty, has received the celebrated RE/MAX Executive Club Award for 2016, which honors successful agents. In 2015, the Executive Club Award was presented to less than 19 percent of all active RE/MAX agents. Comment?
23 hrs ago | via Lake County Record-Bee
LAKEPORT >> The Lake County Association of Realtors reported that the median sales price for single family residential sales gained a modest 4 percent when comparing May sales to April. The median sales price in May was $236,500 and in April it was $227,500. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 14 | via Lake County Record-Bee
LAKEPORT >> In hopes of receiving the debt in one lump sum, The Lake County Board of Supervisors decided to give District 4 supervisorial candidate Martin Scheel 30 days to acquire a personal loan for the $55,906.07 he owes the county for its removal of his sunken crane from Clear Lake nearly five years ago. The move came as a surprise to Scheel, who didn't speak during the public hearing, because the board's discussion focused on an interest-free payment plan that would allow him to pay back the money over ten years via biannual installments. Comment?
Friday Jun 10 | via Lake County Record-Bee
Lakeport >> Laura Hall-Santarelli, broker/co-owner with RE/MAX Lake County Realty, has received the celebrated RE/MAX Executive Club Award for 2016, which honors successful agents. In 2015, the Executive Club Award was presented to less than 19 percent of all active RE/MAX agents. Comment?
May 20, 2016 | via Lake County Record-Bee
LAKEPORT >> The Lake County Association of Realtors® reported that the number of single family residence sales decreased from 84 sales in March to 63 sales in April. On a percentage basis the month to month change was down by 25 percent. Comment?
Friday | via The Press-Enterprise
Find out why Southern California's two main metropolitan regions Los Angeles/Orange counties and the Inland Empire consistently rank among the U.S. markets that most stretch the household budgets of both homeowners and renters Here's a look at the local house hunter's affordability challenge using one benchmark, an index managed by the National Association of Home Builders. Here's how first-quarter data stacked up vs. 2014 trends: Inland Empire: 43.4 percent of home affordable this year vs. 46.8 percent in 2014. Comment?
Monday Jun 20 | via Inside Bay Area
Faced with the exorbitant rising costs of Bay Area living, Priya Govindarajan and Ajay Patel pack up their apartment in San Francisco, Calif., Thursday afternoon, June 9, 2016, preparing for their move to North Carolina. Living in San Jose, Kathleen Eaton seemingly had it all: a well-paying job, a home in a gated community, even the Bay Area's temperate weather. Comment?
Friday | via Dr. Housing Bubble Blog
The mass exodus of middle class households continues from California: One-third of Bay Area residents would like to leave sometime soon. The cost of California housing in the form of mortgages and rents is forcing many families to pack up and leave. Comment?
Thursday Jun 23 | via The Fresno Bee
There are many reasons - economic anxiety, budget surpluses, tax schemes, prison reform, housing prices and politics - few of which have anything to do with homeless people. Homelessness has long been a civic obsession in San Francisco. Comment?
Thursday Jun 23 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
As California presses forward to reduce pollution and build a clean energy future, one of the most vexing challenges has been upgrading existing buildings so that they use less energy. While buildings in California represent 70 percent of our electricity consumption and 55 percent of our natural gas consumption, until recently, few policies have had broad success in motivating private property owners to make energy efficiency improvements to their buildings. Comment?
4 min ago | via KIII
Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive refe... . FILE - In this Friday, June 24, 2016 file photo, a remain supporter stops to talk to people as he walks around with his European flag across the street from the Houses of Parliament in London. Comment?
7 min ago | via Erie Times News
U.K. financial leaders are scrambling to reassure households, businesses and investors that they can contain the doom and gloom they had predicted in case of a British exit, or Brexit. The pound plunged to its lowest level in over 30 years on Friday, raising concerns about price inflation, and shares in the U.K.'s biggest banks and real estate builders posted double-digit declines as economists predicted the country would fall into recession. Comment?
45 min ago | via Star-Telegram.com
Planning to buy your first home? What an exciting time! While you may have already considered some of the benefits and responsibilities of the journey you're about to take, make sure you consider these items as well. There are assistance programs that provide lower loan rates or downpayment assistance for qualified applicants. Comment?
51 min ago | via Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
It's a troublesome story playing out across America in the 10 years since the housing bubble peaked and then burst in a ruinous crash: As real estate has climbed back, homeowners are thriving while renters are struggling. For many longtime owners, times are good. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Credit.com
Prospective homebuyers may be surprised to hear that bad credit won't necessarily shut them out of the market completely. It is possible to get a mortgage with a subpar credit score - but your options are going to be limited and you're most likely going to pay in fees and/or interest. Comment?
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