Ukiah Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via Lake County Record-Bee
Lakeport >> Realtor Evonne Landwehr is participating in the RE/MAX Month of Miracles in August to raise funds and awareness for sick and injured children. RE/MAX agents, offices and teams have supported Children's Miracle Network hospitals for 24 years through the Miracle Home program and pledging to make a donation to their local hospital after each closed property sale. Comment?
Yesterday | via RISMedia
More than 3,000 U.S. counties were indexed based on risk of six natural hazards: earthquakes, floods, hail, hurricane storm surge, tornadoes and wildfires using data collected by ATTOM's neighborhood research portal www.homefacts.com . ATTOM also analyzed home sales and price trends in more than 800 counties with at least 100 single family home sales in the first six months of 2016. Comment?
Friday Aug 19 | via Lake County Record-Bee
LAKEPORT >> The Lake County Association of Realtors reported that the median sales price for single-family residential sales for the month of July remained close to the same as June sales. The median sales price for July was $245,250 which was down 5.31 percent from June's median price of $259,000. Comment?
Jul 22, 2016 | via Lake County Record-Bee
Lakeport >> Laura Hall-Santarelli, broker/owner with RE/MAX Lake County Realty, has earned the RE/MAX 100% Club Award. In 2015, 22 percent of active RE/MAX agents earned this award. Comment?
Jul 15, 2016 | via Lake County Record-Bee
Lakeport >> Jerry Pendleton, with RE/MAX Lake County Realty, has received the RE/MAX Executive Club Award for 2016, which honors successful agents. In 2015, the award was presented to less than 19 percent of all active RE/MAX agents. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Orange County Register
Looking ahead, the Realtors' Pending Home Sales Index for July was 3.5 percent above year-ago levels. Big gainers were San Francisco and Monterey, shown here. Comment?
Thursday | via Indybay.org
According to records with the Secretary of State in California, Scott Sternberg the owner of Creekview Condominiums, has a brokers license that has expired. Thats right. Comment?
Thursday | via The Press-Enterprise
Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez said his city is on the economic upswing in a Thursday, Aug. 25, speech that showcased business growth and the controversial World Logistics Center. Gutierrez, gave his State of the City address before more than 200 community and business leaders at the city's Conference and Recreation Center. Comment?
Thursday Aug 25 | via Pleasanton Weekly
Pleasanton-based Bay East Association of Realtors announced Tuesday it will be merging in the coming months with the Northern California Association of Realtors and the Alameda Association of Realtors . Representatives see the move as a way to multiply services available for residential and commercial real estate professionals throughout the Bay Area, as well as provide new opportunities for Bay East members. Comment?
Thursday Aug 25 | via Kiplinger Online
Lots of people fret about how much they have to pay Uncle Sam, but he's not the only tax man you have to worry about: Your state can squeeze you for plenty of taxes, too. State income taxes or property taxes could cost you thousands of dollars every year. Comment?
57 min ago | via The Foundation for Economic Education
Ten years ago as an undergraduate student at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, my cousin Jake called a walk-in closet his home for a semester; or maybe it was for the entire school year. Regardless, before my wife and I recently relocated to Flagstaff, it would've served me well to recall Jake's choice of this tiny abode and heed it as a warning about housing prices in this little mountain town. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Reuters
A Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton billboard in Austin, Texas offers residents help to sell their home if the ballot box makes them want to get out of town. Roselle Chen reports. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Washington Times
Efforts to revitalize one of Dubuque's oldest neighborhoods will continue under a new agreement between the city and one of Iowa's largest nonprofit affordable housing providers. City Council members this week approved a new agreement with Community Housing Initiatives to continue efforts to promote home ownership and residential development in the Washington Neighborhood. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Washington Times
Iowa City officials and a local Realtor still hope to fill a city-owned, 173-acre industrial park that has been vacant for the last seven years. The 420th Street Industrial Park was certified as "shovel ready" in 2012. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
The area is centrally located in one of the world's most expensive real estate markets. Luxury condo towers have popped up all around the neighborhood. Comment?
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