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Because buying a home has long been a hallmark of success in America, whenever that possibility seems to weaken for the average Joe (or Josette), it comes as sobering news. Back in June, CNN Money ran a downbeat story focused on how the rising cost of housing had been “putting a major squeeze” on...
  Cul-de-sac Home! - $755,000.00 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2 Year Built: 1968 Lot Size: 6000 Square Footage: 1462 Agent Name: Larry Weichman Broker: The L3 MLS #: PW17273741 Price: $755,000.00 987 Trenton Way   Costa Mesa, CA 92626 View Map View More Photos Range/Oven Dishwasher Sink Disposal Micro...
Over the weekend, at the same time California’s Santa Ana winds were dealing chaos in the west, the premature arrival of winter weather was pounding the other side of the country compliments of Winter Storm Benji. The unprecedented December snowfall started in New Orleans and worked its way all t...
  Entertainers delight! - $829,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3 Year Built: 1963 Garage Size: 2 Square Footage: 1892 Agent Name: Rebecca McGuff Broker: The L3 MLS #: OC17264074 Price: $829,000 1345 Garlingford St   Costa Mesa, CA 92626 View Map View More Photos Range/Oven Fireplace Entertainers deli...
It was right there in the entirely respectable Architectural Digest’s site: an article championing late-night stalking. Happily, it wasn’t the kind of stalking that winds up in a courtroom. The non-crime being confessed to on AD was writer Isabel Galupo’s “addiction” to late night stalking…throug...
The dual nature of Costa Mesa real estate agents is unlike most other professions. A medical doctor who is a family physician in the morning doesn’t switch hats and become a surgeon in the afternoon—any more than a lawyer who pleads in court for a defendant can decide to become a prosecuting atto...
Whether you are investigating Costa Mesa rental housing activity because you’re looking for an investment or just a place to rent yourself, it’s important to become informed about the state of play in rental housing as a whole. It’s a picture that has been changing rapidly—one that’s unlikely to ...
It’s illuminating to visit For Sale by Owner websites from time to time to see if there are any new insights to be gleaned. True, as a licensed Costa Mesa Realtor®, I’m not likely to learn much new when it comes to selling Costa Mesa homes—but that’s not the motivation. Call it ‘opposition resear...
The goal of owning your Costa Mesa home free and clear is usually thought of as the sunniest eventual outcome of the process that begins with buying your Costa Mesa house. The vision of the day when you make that last mortgage payment is an attractive one: whether in retirement or sooner, a “free...
Hardly anyone decides to put their own Costa Mesa house up for sale without wondering whether there wouldn’t be a better time to do so. There are a couple of different ways to look at the timing of your Costa Mesa home’s sale—but only one of them is controversial.Controversial: timing by the cale...

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