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January 14, 2020
2019 Ventura County Market Stats

Fresh off the presses are the market statistics for the Conejo Simi Moorpark Association of Realtors ("CSMAR"), for 2019. These statistics represent properties listed within the CSMAR MLS for Ventura County and portions of neighboring parts of Los Angles County. Key statistics from 2019: The sales volume for 2019 was over 2.6 BILLION dollars, more […]

December 31, 2019
14284 Clemson St, Moorpark - Remodel COMPLETE!

The long awaited remodel of this almost 2,200sf two story view home in Moorpark's Varsity Park Estates neighborhood is complete! We now have staged photos available on our website at: Head on over today to check them out! Below is a sneak peak to wet your appetite! Like what you see? Call Ryan Huggins […]

December 23, 2019
2186 Aspenpark... Just in Time for Christmas!

Coming tomorrow, Christmas Eve, are a full set of interior photos of 2186 Aspenpark in Thousand Oaks. Looking for that starter home in the Lang Ranch Elementary School district? Downsizing and want a nice single story with a good sized yard that backs open space? Look no further! 2186 Aspenpark is the home for you! […]

December 23, 2019
Orange County house hunters help SoCal median sales price hit record high

Orange County homebuying rose and prices increased as Southern California’s median hit an all-time high in November. Home sales in the county totaled 2,800 in November — up 5.1% in a year, CoreLogic/DQ News reported. Orange County’s latest sales count is 10% off the November average of 3,115 since 1988. The countywide median selling price […]

December 20, 2019
Southern California home prices surge 5.6% to record $549,000 in November

Southern California’s median home sales price hit $549,000 in November as low mortgage rates, limited choices and a healthy local economy motivated house hunters to pay up, CoreLogic/DQ News reports. Here are some key house-hunting trends from the report covering closed transactions for all types of homes in the six-county region … Pricing: SoCal’s median […]

December 17, 2019
Southern California house prices jump 7.5% in November, Realtors report

Southern California house prices jumped 7.5% in the 12 months ending in November, the biggest gain in the state, an industry group reported Tuesday, Dec. 17. Sales gains also led the state, with existing single-family home transactions rising 4.6% last month from the November 2018 tally, the California Association of Realtors’ analysis of multiple listing […]

December 15, 2019
14284 Clemson St in Moorpark - New Photo - Master Bath

The progress on 14284 Clemson Street in Moorpark is coming along well. Today I have a photo of the Master Bathroom to share with you. The Master Bath features a brand new dual vanity, beautiful tile floors and a very impressive tile floor in the shower. Mirrors, lights and fixtures are also all new. Interested […]

December 10, 2019
There’s no housing shortage in California, Chapman forecast suggests

Chapman University’s economic forecast has a decidedly different warning for the California economy: There may be no housing shortage. The school’s semi-annual forecast actually has a relatively upbeat outlook for the state’s real estate market in 2020. After that, says Chapman economist Jim Doti, he sees a chance of “severe weakness” for the state’s real […]

December 3, 2019
Southern California house prices rebound in October

Southern California appreciation rates rebounded in October, hitting the highest levels since last spring, according to the CoreLogic Home Price Index released Tuesday, Dec. 3. The CoreLogic HPI – which compares each house’s sales price with its previous sales price – shows single-family home values up 3.4% in the Inland Empire in the year ending […]

December 2, 2019
Housing shortage: Southern California listings plunge 20% as new escrows surge

Bad news for Southern California house hunters: There are one-fifth fewer existing homes for sale. That crunch, along with cheaper mortgages, put folks in a homebuying mood, according to ReportsOnHousing‘s latest tracking of broker listings as of Nov. 14 … Listings: Plummeted to 32,066 existing residences for sale in the four counties covered by the […]

November 29, 2019
What Do These Three Homes Have In Common?

So what do all three of these homes have in common? It's a two-part answer! Ryan Huggins represented the buyers on them and they all closed within 7 days of each other! Three buyer-side escrows, plus my listing on 1449 La Jolla Dr. opening escrow and my investors getting possession (and starting construction) on 2186 […]

November 18, 2019
House prices rise 5.6% as low rates boost sales rebound for 2nd month

Southern California’s recent surge in home sales and prices continued into October, marking the second straight month of year-over-year sales gains in all six counties. The median price of a resale house in the Los Angeles metro area – or the price at the midpoint of all sales – was $545,000 in October, unchanged from […]

November 10, 2019
Varsity Park Estates VIEW HOME For Sale!

This lovely 2,174sf 3 bedroom home at 14284 Clemson St. in Moorpark is available for sale! Land and View!! Rare Offering! Enormous flat and fully usable back yard backing to wide open spaces with Outstanding Views of the pristine Moorpark hills! One of the best View backyards in Moorpark in the price range! Fantastic location […]

November 9, 2019
When are Ventura County Property Taxes Due?

Ventura County property taxes, as well as Los Angeles County property taxes and all property taxes due within the state of California are due in two installments. The first installment is due November 1st and is considered late on December 10th, while the second installment is due February 1st and considered late on April 10th. […]

November 9, 2019
California's Homeownership Rate Hits 9-Year High

New Census data shows 56.3% of households statewide lived in a residence they owned in the third quarter. And while that’s sixth-lowest among the states, it is the highest California ownership level since 2010. A year ago, 55.2% of Californians were homeowners, ranking No. 49 nationally. Californians have struggled to own their homes since the Great […]

November 9, 2019
2018 Crime Stats - Is Thousand Oaks One of the Safest Cities?

According to the article published by 24/7 Wall St., where they ranked the 50 safest cities based on the 2018 FBI crime statistics (for cities with over 100,000 in population), 10 Southern California cities made the list and their housing statistics. Upon comparison, safety rankings with local housing prices, it’s no surprise, safe cities are […]

November 7, 2019
Southern California house hunters face biggest drop in listings to choose from in 7 years

The biggest post-Labor Day drop in inventory in seven years means Southern California house hunters are searching among a below-average number of homes for sale. According to ReportsOnHousing‘s Oct. 31 tracking of broker networks, 32,849 existing residences were listed for sale in the four counties covered by the Southern California News Group. That’s a drop […]

November 6, 2019
Don’t expect much rent-hike relief in Southern California, says USC forecast

Southern California tenants will get only modest relief from rent hikes in the next two years while finding an empty rental unit will only get harder, one outlook predicts. The average dweller in a multifamily complex in the region covered by the Southern California News Group will see rent hikes that average between 2.6% and […]

November 5, 2019
Nowhere in US has more million-dollar homes than Los Angeles-Orange County

Here’s another way to see just how expensive California housing has become: It’s home to almost half of all million-dollar homes in major U.S. metropolitan areas. LendingTree, an online loan servicer, looked at the number of homes valued at $1 million or more in the nation’s 50 largest metro areas. My trusty spreadsheet found that […]

November 1, 2019
691,145 Californians left last year: What state did they go to?

Where do Californians go when they leave? New Census Bureau migration data for 2018 shows folks who leave the state are likely to end up west of the Mississippi River. Here’s what my trusty spreadsheet tells me about where 691,145 Californians who left for other states now call home. In raw terms of people moving, […]

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