Oxnard Real Estate News
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Monday Dec 15 | via The Wave
Orange County's housing market saw home price gains fall to the smallest level in just over two years, CoreLogic DataQuick reported Monday. The median price of an Orange County home -- or price at the midpoint of all sales -- was $585,000 in November, up 4.5 percent from November of last year. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 2 | via GlobeSt.com
Home price appreciation slowed compared to a year ago in 52 of the 97 metro areas nationwide with a population of half a million or more and with sufficient home price data, according to RealtyTrac. IRVINE, CA-More than half of major US markets are experiencing home price-appreciation deceleration, according to a report from RealtyTrac . Comment?
Nov 26, 2014 | via National Mortgage News
The reduction in Federal Housing Administration loan limits back in January was "ill-timed" and diminished the pool of potential 2014 homebuyers, according to analysts at Sterne Agee. "We believe last year's cuts were ill-timed because purchases of single-family loans to rent had sharply increased local housing prices, and the loss of FHA financing for certain buyers probably delayed or extinguished their willingness to buy a home," analysts Jay McCanless and Annie Worthman said in a Nov. 25 report. Comment?
Nov 18, 2014 | via Business Journal
The Los Angeles area is second behind San Francisco as the nation's least-affordable housing market for the middle class, according to a report from real estate data firm Trulia. A middle-class household earning the median income of $54,000 can afford just 22 percent of homes for sale in Los Angeles, based on whether the total monthly payment -- including mortgage, insurance, and property taxes -- is less than 31 percent of the household income, Trulia said. Comment?
Oct 20, 2014 | via The Motley Fool
The Trulia Price Monitor and the Trulia Rent Monitor are the earliest leading indicators of housing price and rent trends nationally and locally. They adjust for the changing mix of listed homes and show what's really happening to asking prices and rents . Comment?
Wednesday Dec 24 | via San Diego NewsCape
A Northern California real estate investor pleaded guilty for his role in bid rigging and fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Northern California, the Department of Justice announced. Charles Rock was indicted on Dec. 3, 2014, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in Oakland, California. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 24 | via Inside Bay Area
Antioch City Council recently voted to take steps that will create an additional incentive for residents to make home improvements that reduce their water and electricity consumption. Once the city has completed some paperwork, homeowners will be able to install such amenities as heat-reflective roofing, insulation or artificial lawns without having to shell out tens of thousands of dollars upfront or wait decades to recoup their investment through energy savings. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Business Wire
California pending home sales dropped in November, with the Pending Home Sales Index * falling 13.4 percent from a revised 104.8 in October to 90.7 in November, based on signed contracts. The monthly decline was on par with the average October-to-November monthly change of -13.1 percent observed in the last six years. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via Business Wire
1, 2005 and maturing Aug. 1, 2021 and 2022 , 2031, 2033 and 2035 . These bonds were refunded on Nov. 25, 2014 with proceeds of the State's Tax-Exempt Various Purpose General Obligation Refunding Bonds. Comment?
Sunday Dec 21 | via San Bernardino County Sun
The Inland Empire's housing market - dormant for the better part of the past decade - appears to be stirring, with new construction sites sprouting throughout the region, and sales are underway in the first post-recession development in Ontario's ambitious New Model Colony , where as many as 50,000 new homes are expected to be built over the next 20 years. “In 2014, a lot of people have been sitting on the sidelines, and 2015 is the year they're going to get back in the game,” said Randall Lewis, executive vice president of the Lewis Group of Cos., a major Inland Empire developer. Comment?
19 min ago | via The Maryland Gazette
Many parents scrimp and save for 17 or 18 years to ensure that there is money available to fund a four-year education without student loans. For most students, that means attending an in-state college so they can take advantage of reduced tuition rates. Comment?
20 min ago | via The Maryland Gazette
Right about now, most of us are dipping into the holiday leftovers, contemplating the maximum number of football games we can watch over the next week. Since it's been a time to relax and enjoy our home life, we thought it would be appropriate to take a break from the more serious side of real estate and give you a peek into the lighter side of what we do. Comment?
24 min ago | via Cincinnati Library
Mr. Heming loves the leafy English village where he lives. As a local real estate agent, he knows every inch of his town. Comment?
24 min ago | via Post-gazette.com
This is why I want to mark the end of the year by looking at some financial moves in 2014 worth recapping. We now have a new way to save for retirement. Comment?
27 min ago | via The Star
Lori Osterberg and her husband are lifelong Denver folk, but they got restless and intended to relocate for adventure's sake once their only child left home for college. Rather than following the sun down to Mexico, they followed their daughter to Portland, Oregon, where she is a sophomore. Comment?
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