Chula Vista Real Estate News
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Aug 28, 2014 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
The slowdown in the pace of appreciation in San Diego County's housing market continued in August, concluding a markedly tame summer peak buying season. The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index showed Tuesday that from August 2013 to August 2014, home prices in San Diego County rose 6.2 percent. Comment?
Saturday Oct 25 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Only a sliver of the local million-dollar homes are open to the public for viewing, partly due to security concerns and the fact that at these prices, open houses are less effective in selling high-end residences. However, other agents of luxury homes still believe it's a strong marketing tool. Comment?
Friday Oct 24 | via San Diego Source
For generations, parents have worried their children will have a tough time making it financially in a world that seems fraught with danger. And conventional wisdom says today's millennials - those between the ages of 18 and 34 - don't have a chance. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 21 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
In a sign of health for San Diego County's housing market, the number of foreclosures in the region fell to a post-Great Recession low in September. Last month, lenders foreclosed on 121 properties in San Diego County, the fewest since 109 homes were repossessed in June 2006, the midst of the housing bubble that led to the economic downturn, CoreLogic DataQuick reports. Comment?
Monday Oct 20 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
Ron Brownell is a veteran real estate agent who has been with Real Living Lifestyles brokerage for the past 10 years. Brownell is the Assistant Head Broker and Director of Compliance at the brokerage, and his knowledge and experience is a huge asset to the agents there. Comment?
Thursday | via Housing Wire
A Huntington Beach man who was involved in a nationwide foreclosure scam that included several Sacramento-area homeowners among its victims has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, according to an article in The Sacramento Bee. Jeremy Michael "Mike" Head, 34, was sentenced Wednesday in Sacramento, according to a U.S. Attorney's Office news release. Comment?
Thursday | via Patch.com
The City Council scheduled a Nov. 12 vote on whether to force banks and mortgage lenders to pay a proposed $356 fee to cover inspections of vacant homes, as part of the city's efforts to prevent blighted foreclosure properties. The inspection fee is aimed at strengthening the city's four-year-old Foreclosure Registry program, which was set up amid the nationwide foreclosure crisis to track such properties, and to deter banks and lenders from allowing the homes to become derelict. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 29 | via Los Angeles Times
A homeless man sits in a vacant bank-owned house on 111th Street in South Los Angeles. More than 35,000 houses have been listed on the L.A. foreclosure registry since it was launched last year Los Angeles is poised to tack a new fee on foreclosed properties, in a move that the city hopes will help keep the homes from turning into crumbling wrecks. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 28 | via Holtville Tribune
Susan Johnson, 67, of Rescue, has been appointed to the California Private Security Disciplinary Review Committee, North. Johnson was principal and owner of Tallent Johnson Consulting from 2001 to 2011 and an independent residential sales agent at Leu Enterprises and at Keller Williams Realty from 2005 to 2010. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 28 | via Silicon Alley Insider
Stocks staged a huge rally on Tuesday, with the Dow regaining the 17,000 level and the Nasdaq leading percentage gains among the major averages. The small-cap Russell 2000 was the day's biggest winner, gaining 2.6%. Comment?
4 min ago | via WAPT-TV Jackson
It's too early to say exactly how the stimulus measure BlackRock suggested would work, but it would take Congressional action because the federal government administers the majority of student debt. The move could be a creative way to ease student debt, which has quickly become a $1.2 trillion Achilles heel in the American economy. Comment?
19 min ago | via Norwalk Citizen News
This seven-bedroom home at 549 North Street, Greenwich, listed for $9.5 million, is an example of a home that would appeal to Asian buyers, according to listing agent Shelly Tretter. Photo: Contributed Photo This seven-bedroom home at 549 North Street, Greenwich, listed for $9.5 million, is an example of a home that would appeal to Asian buyers, according to listing agent Shelly Tretter. Comment?
22 min ago | via Latin Finance
Latin American banks are cutting risky lending, as slower growth cuts into household incomes. But there is scope for expansion, particularly in mortgages, Mexico and infrastructure. Comment?
34 min ago | via Connecticut Post
An influx of Chinese buyers in the Greenwich luxury real estate market is pushing local real estate agencies to expand their reach in an effort to compete on a global basis. Sotheby's International Realty announced in late October that the firm officially opened a new office in Beijing, marking the second office for the company there. Comment?
43 min ago | via Sun Advocate
South Eastern Utah Title Company has been in business for about 65 years, being one of the oldest Title Companies in the State of Utah. Duane Frandsen was one of the original owners and when he retired he sold the business to his son Jerry Frandsen in 1986. Comment?
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