Moorpark, CA Real Estate News

By Melissa Lefton, Real Estate Agent - Simi Valley
(Keller Williams)
Melissa Lefton | Keller Williams Realty | melissalefton@sbcglobal.net | 805-551-9489 1079 Walnut Canyon Rd., Moorpark, CA Pivate Location, Custom Home, Mountain Views! 4 Bdrm Manufactured offered at $365,000 Year Built 2001 Sq Footage 1,512 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 full, 0 partial Floors 1 Parking 2 Car garage Lot Size 11,880 sqft HOA/Maint $0 per month DESCRIPTION Shortsale!!!! Reduced!! Do not miss out on this 2001 Custom built home nestled in a private location of Moorpark with stunning views!!! This Immaculate 4 bedroom home is as beautiful inside as it is out. Exterior boasts beautiful lush landscaping in front with lighting and new roll-up garage door. Interior upgrades include: New Carpet throughout, Dual pane windows, propane gas, and new A/C!!! Large living area flows into Dinin...
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By Mike Lefton, Simi Valley Real Estate,Simi, Realtor,Moorpark ,Troop Real Estate home
(Troop Real Estate Wood Ranch Realtor,Relocation)
Moorpark Real Estate by Property Type & Features Single Family Homes Pool Homes Homes on 1/2 Acre+ Condos & Townhomes View Homes Newer Homes (Less than 10 Years Old)
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By Kirsten Mellinger, Ventura County Real Estate
(SkyView Real Estate)
Kirsten Mellinger | Emerald Funding | (805) 208-5121 6790 Auburn Circle, Moorpark, CA 4+2 Pool home located in Moorparks popular Campus Park development. 4 Bdrm Single Family House offered at $474,900 Year Built 1977 Sq Footage 1,431 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 full, 0 partial Floors 1 Parking 2 Covered spaces Lot Size 6,635 sqft HOA/Maint $0 per month DESCRIPTION Wonderful single story pool home in popular Campus Park! This well cared for home is located just around the corner from the Rustic Canyon Golf Course. Open floorplan featuring a living room accented by a brick fireplace, well-sized dining area and breakfast bar. The large master bedroom features an enlarged master bath with steam shower and dual shower heads. The backyard is made for entertaining, showcasing a large, deep pool wi...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened in negative with no relevant economic news scheduled for release today. The stock markets are showing losses with the Dow down 36 points and the Nasdaq down 12 points. The bond market is currently down 6/32, which will likely push this morning's mortgage rates higher by approximately .125 of a discount point.Tomorrow morn ing brings us the release of two reports to be concerned with. The first is the release of the revised 3rd Quarter Productivity report. This index is expected to show an upward revision from the preliminary reading of worker productivity. Higher levels of productivity are thought to allow the economy to expand without inflationary pressures rising. This is good news for the bond market because economic growth itself isn't necessarily ba...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened down sharply, reversing yesterday's major rally that came during late afternoon trading. Today's economic news was weaker than expected, but has failed to stop the selling in bonds and buying in stocks. After closing down 237 points and 55 points respectively yesterday, the Dow and Nasdaq have recovered a good portion of those l osses this morning. The Dow is currently up 168 points while the Nasdaq has gained 36 points. The bond market is currently down 28/32 after closing up 43/32 yesterday. But due to yesterday's rally, I am expecting to see a slight improvement in this morning's rates. However, this will likely be short-lived as bonds continue to slide.The Conference Board posted November's Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) late this morning. It showed...
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By Sue Wells & Michele Edelstein The Wells Edelstein Team
(Troop Real Estate)
Moorpark Real Estate ListingsSearch Moorpark real estate homes for sale by listing type such as: Moorpark MLS listings, Moorpark foreclosures, and Moorpark homes for sale by price, beds, square feet and much more. Your source for Moorpark, CA Real Estate. Use the Links above to find your Moorpark Home. Start your Real Estate Search now... About Moorpark, CAMoorpark is a city of 32,978 people, in Southern California.The origin of the name "Moorpark" is not known, but several sources have been suggested. It is mainly believed that the city of Moorpark is named after the Moorpark Apricot, which used to grow in the area. Read More about Moorpark, CA... Moorpark Real Estate AgentsIf you are considering buying or selling a home or would  like to have additional information about real estate i...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
 Tuesday's bond market has opened in negative territory following early stock strength. The stock markets are rebounding form yesterday's losses with the Dow currently up 104 points while the Nasdaq has gained 31 points. The bond market is currently down 11/32, which will likely keep this morning's mortgage rates near yesterday's levels. Strength in bonds late y esterday prevented an increase in this morning's rates. The first report of the week was October's Housing Starts that was posted early this morning. It showed an increase in starts of new homes of 3.0%, exceeding forecasts of a 1.5% decline. This is somewhat bad news for the bond market, however, this data is of relatively low importance to the market. In addition, a portion of the report that tracks new permits pulled for futu...
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By Joni Parkinson, Realtor, Moorpark Real Estate, Simi Valley Real Estate, Moorpark
(American Homes, Real Estate)
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened in negative territory following early stock gains. The stock markets are in positive territory with the Dow up 50 points and the Nasdaq up 3 points. The bond market is currently down 11/32, which will likely push this morning's mortgage rates higher by approximately .250 of a discount point.I suspect that we may see furth er pressure in bonds the next few days with little economic news scheduled. Therefore, I am holding the lock recommendations until we get an idea which direction we are heading.The first piece of data scheduled for release comes tomorrow morning with the release of the 3rd Quarter Productivity report. The productivity index is expected to show a level of worker productivity during the third quarter similar to last quarter's final readin...
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By Joni Parkinson, Realtor, Moorpark Real Estate, Simi Valley Real Estate, Moorpark
(American Homes, Real Estate)
Buyers in position to purchase a home are getting some great buys within in the home sales market today.  Although no one knows the day-in, day-out expectations for the current market, more and more home buyers are making offers on homes they were unable to purchase just a year or so ago.  With favorable financing, these buyers are able to pay less than their current rental fees....all while being able to actually OWN their own home.  It's exciting to be able to purchase your very first home and today's market is allowing that special opportunity.  Potential buyers are realizing that now is a golden opportunity to buy a home.  We at American Homes Real Estate would like to invite anyone looking for a home in Southern California, to sign in at:  www.simivalleyhomeaccess.com to search ove...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened flat despite weaker than expected economic news and early stock losses. The stock markets are in negative territory with the Dow down 45 points and the Nasdaq down 3 points. The bond market is currently nearly unchanged from yesterday's closing levels, which should keep this morning's mortgage rates unchanged.The Confe rence Board said this morning that their Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for October fell to 95.6. This was much lower than was expected and indicates that consumers felt much less confident in their own financial situations than many had thought. This is good news for bonds and mortgage rates because it means that consumer spending is likely to slow in the near future. However, with the importance of tomorrow's economic data and FOMC meet...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened fairly flat as investors wait for this week's little economic news. The stock markets are showing gains after yesterday's rebound from early losses to close in positive territory. The Dow is currently up 49 points while the Nasdaq has gained 20 points. The bond market is currently down 2/32, which will likely keep this morning' s mortgage rates at yesterday's levels.There is no relevant economic news scheduled for release today. The first report is September's Existing Home Sales late tomorrow morning. This report gives us an indication of housing sector strength and mortgage credit demand. It is expected to show another decline in home resales, meaning the housing sector continues to weaken. This would generally be good news for bonds, but this data is ...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened in positive territory as stocks show another round of losses. The stock markets are again posting early weakness with the Dow down 91 points and the Nasdaq down 17 points. The bond market is currently up 6/32, which will likely improve this morning's mortgage rates by approximately .125 of a discount point.September's Industrial Production report was released mid-morning today, revealing a 0.1% rise in output at U.S. factories, mines and utilities. This matched forecasts and has not had much of an impact on the markets this morning. Tomorrow brings us three events to watch. The first is September's Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 8:40 AM ET. This index measures inflationary pressures at the consumer level of the economy and is one of the most important rep...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Wednesday's bond market has opened down slightly despite stock weakness. The stock markets are showing sizable losses with the Dow down 82 and the Nasdaq nearly unchanged. The bond market is currently down 2/32, which will likely push this morning's mortgage rates higher by approximately .125 of a discount point.There is no relevant economic data sched uled for release today. The Fed posted the minutes from their last FOMC meeting yesterday afternoon. They gave investors reason to believe that more rate cuts are coming in the near future. This led to a stock market rally late yesterday, but did not affect mortgage rates by much.The first economic data of the week will be posted early tomorrow morning. August's Goods and Services Trade Balance will be released that day, but is not likely...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened in positive territory as yesterday's buying seems to be carrying over to today. There was no relevant economic news scheduled for today, but early stock weakness is also contributing to this morning's gains. The stock markets are showing losses with the Dow down 46 points and the Nasdaq down 3 points. The bond market is currently up 8/32, which will likely improve this morning's mortgage rates by approximately .125 of a discount point over yesterday's morning rates. There is no further important economic news scheduled for release until Thursday morning. Until then, expect the stock markets to heavily influence bond trading. With the major stock indexes on a recent rally, there is some expectation of a pullback. This could lead to shifting of funds back ...
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By Ana Zepeda, DRE LIC# 01039054
(Troop Real Estate )
 Call Us For A Free List Of Homes In Foreclosure Moorpark, Ca Real Estate Homes For Sale   As Ana Zepeda and Associates we continuously monitor local real estate statistics to keep our clients informed and ahead of the real estate trends. Below you will find Moorpark real estate statistics for the week of 6/20/10 thru 6/27/10.     New homes on the market: 13 Number of homes back on the market: 6 Number of homes entering escrow: 14 Number of homes closing escrow (sold) 12 Number of homes expiring: 2     To receive free valuable information about the value of your home or if you would like a free list of homes for sale in this area, please visit: http://www.anazepeda.com/   If you would like more information about Moorpark or a specific neighborhood in Moorpark, then give us a call.    An...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
Tuesday's bond market has opened in positive territory following a much weaker than expected consumer confidence reading. The stock markets are posting moderate gains again with the Dow up 17 points and the Nasdaq up 5 points. The bond market is currently up 8/32, which will likely improve this morning's mortgage rates by approximately .125 of a discount point.The Conference Board posted their Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) for September late this morning, showing a reading of 99.8. This was much lower than the 104.5 that was expected and was the lowest reading since November 2005. That indicates that consumers were far less confident in their own financial situations than many had thought. This is good news for the bond market and mortgage rates because waning confidence usually trans...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
 Thursday's bond market has opened well in negative territory despite weaker than expected economic news. The stock markets are down slightly with the Dow down 12 points and the Nasdaq down 4 points. The bond market is currently down 18/32, which will likely push this morning's mortgage rates higher by approximately .250 - .375 of a discount point. The Conference Board reported a much weaker than expected reading in its Leading Economic Indicators (LEI) for August. They said that the index fell 0.6%, indicating that economic activity may slow relatively quickly during the next three to six months. This is good news for the bond market and mortgage rates. However, tempering its impact on bonds today was a 0.3% upward revision to July's reading. But even with the large drop, bonds have no...
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Active 04/09/07Listing # 70002749502 Spring Rd #125 Moorpark, CA 93021-2047Listing Price: $364,999County: VenturaMap: 496, F2 Prop TypeResidentialProp Subtype(s)AttachedAreaMoorpark SouthTract CodePark Springs-229Beds3Approx Square Feet1038 Title Co.Baths2Price/Sq Ft351.64Year Built1978Lot Sq Ft (approx)3049APN5120190415Lot Acres (approx)0.070DOM163 Marketing Remark  Stunning end unit townhome located in prime location in the beautiful Park Springs Community, close to shopping, parks, restaurants & distinguished Moorpark Schools! Upgraded kitchen & baths with beautiful corian countertops, gorgeous ceramic tile flooring throughout, warm and cozy fireplace w/granite finish and oak wood mantle, new carpet in all 3 bedrooms, fresh new paint, laundry area in unit, 2- 1 car enclosed garages +...
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By Paul Lefton, Simi Valley Home Loans
(Core Financial Soultions, Inc)
TUESDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE:Today's FOMC meeting adjourned with an announcement of a rate cut of a half point. This move didn't come as a surprise to many analysts, but was the first reduction since June 2003. The stock markets have reacted favorably with the Dow now up 230 points and the Nasdaq up 50 points. The bond market initially tanked after the news, but has since recovered those losses to remain near this morning's level. We may see an afternoon improvement to mortgage rates if bonds can remain near their current levels.The post meeting statement indicated that the Fed was concerned about the impact that the credit-tightening crisis could have on the economy. However, they also mentioned that some inflation concerns still remain but that they would be watched closely.The result see...
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