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Primer on Auction.com

Auction.com is one of the largest online sales portals for residential and commercial assets. It features distressed and non-distressed real estate of various types. There are some good deals to be had on Auction.com, and we’re here to help make that happen. Here’s a quick primer on how to use it. Of course, for most […]

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Where have I been?

It’s been a little while since my last blog post…so you may be wondering where I have been. The good news is that year has started off as my best ever! I am blessed to have Steph on my team because I couldn’t handle this level of business on my own. In the coming weeks, […]

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6 California Homebuyer Programs You Need to Know

California is a Buy State California home values continue to rise at over 20% in 2013, and more owners are starting to sell! This is great news for homebuyers tired of fighting tooth and nail for the few homes available for sale in your community. With foreclosures and short sales fewer and further between, home buyers have the […]

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Orange County Home Prices Increase for 14th Straight Month

Newport Beach and Huntington Beach home owners and those with area homes for sale have seen the values of their properties climb immensely over the past year-plus. Gone are the days of the depths of the recession when so many home owners were underwater on their mortgages and selling a home almost always meant taking […]

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A Leisurely Bayside Brunch for Newport Beach Home Owners

One of the great perks of living in the warm, oceanfront clime of Newport Beach is the ability to dine al fresco, even as the fall months begin to dawn upon us. But, of course, some oceanfront restaurants are merely passable while others are standard bearers. And as many Newport Beach home owners know, the […]

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Huntington Beach Home Values Continue to Spike Through August

With 8.5 miles of beachfront land nestled between Long Beach to the north and Newport Beach to the south, it’s no wonder why Huntington Beach has seen tremendous gains in property values during the real estate boom of 2013. Regardless of the fact that these trends have occurred in rather atypical patterns in comparison with […]

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August 2013: HARP 3 Update

On August 6th, 2013 President Obama seemed to breath life into HARP 3, which is an underwater refinance program for responsible homeowners that may not qualify for HARP 2. HARP 3 would be an expansion of the HARP 2 program that is currently in effect through December 31st, 2015. HARP 2 Explained The Home Affordable […]

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Retail and Food Merge at Newport Beach’s Fashion Island

If there’s one thing that Newport Beach home owners love to do when they’re out shopping, it’s to take a quick break from their stressful day for an elegant meal – where they can continue shopping. That’s the idea behind Cucina Enoteca, a restaurant that serves a blend of rustic and modern Italian fare and also […]

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Calasian Cuisine Closes in on Costa Mesa

What happens when you mix the best of California cooking with Vietnamese flavors and some Japanese izakaya? The answer, of course, is the delicious cuisine called Calasian, which can be found at Ennar Calasian Grill across from the Saigon Performing Arts Center in Fountain Valley at 16161 Brookhurst Street. Costa Mesa home owners and residents might recognize the […]

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Huntington Beach Home Market Booming in Second Half of 2013

In a trend that defies most real estate markets around the nation, the Huntington Beach home market – after actually seeing home values decline during the first six months of 2013 – is now experiencing a massive boom in home values. This goes completely against the norm nationwide, and even in many parts of California, […]

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