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Just Listed in Santa Ana!
Completely Remodeled!
5-Bed, 2¾-Bath, 2,628-SqFt
www.1010NorthBakerSt.com
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6 Reasons You Should Never Buy or Sell a Home Without an Agent

1. They have loads of expertise
2. They have turbocharged searching power
3. They have bullish negotiating chops
4. They’re connected to everyone
5. They adhere to a strict code of ethics
6. They’re your sage parent/data analyst/therapist—all rolled into one

Read Full Article at Realtor.org: http://goo.gl/2TT1ey
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Henry Segerstrom leaves lasting influence

Born in 1923 to a family of Swedish immigrant farmers, Segerstrom attended Santa Ana High School before serving in World War II, where he earned a Purple Heart during the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, he shifted the focus of his family company from agriculture to real estate — although, even in later years, he was known to give bags of lima beans as personal gifts.

By the time of his death, his mark on Orange County extended not only to major venues but also to his renowned collection of public art, which grew to include Isamu Noguchi's "California Scenario" sculpture garden and Richard Serra's 65-foot-high "Connector" sculpture outside the Segerstrom Center.

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Housing affordability in 2016: Increasing rents, home prices will drive more people away from O.C.

Realtor economists expect sales of existing houses to be up this year in both California and the nation as a whole. They project that the number of existing California homes sold will rise 6.3 percent to 433,000. Their forecasts show existing U.S. house sales rising to 5.4 million or 5.5 million units – a 2 percent to 4 percent gain from 2015 levels. http://goo.gl/79IUG7

#RealEstate #OrangeCounty #HomeSales
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Santa Ana's MainPlace mall sold in $1.1 billion deal including four other malls nationwide

Built in the 1950’s, MainPlace converted into an enclosed mall in 1987. Considered a super-regional mall, it has just over 1.1 million square feet, 200 stores and more than 10 million annual customers, said Jonathan Maher, the Westfield general manager who will stay on under the new owners. http://goo.gl/Jgk8HH

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Local construction rebound stretches to its fourth year

Last year, overall construction rose 2 percent as residential work rose 18 percent, and nonresidential jobs fell 12 percent. ... The construction surge in Los Angeles and Orange counties mirrors national trends.

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Santa Ana man paints homeless people in hopes of changing their lives... When Brian Peterson and his wife moved from Irvine to the Artists Village Apartments in downtown Santa Ana over the summer, they found they had new neighbors besides the ones living inside their complex..... Peterson said the most gratifying part of his “Faces of Santa Ana” project is asking his homeless subjects to sign their portraits. http://goo.gl/0k99P7

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Where have all the new-home buyers gone? After 2 years of rising sales, transactions make an about-face

Among Southern California counties, only Orange and San Diego counties had new-home sales declines. And Orange County was alone with an unbroken downward streak running from November 2014 through September.

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Should Millennials Rent or buy?

Higher Mortgage Rates Could Spur Renting in California

A tougher call for younger house hunters, especially in California, if mortgage rates rise. Many economists predict that the Federal Reserve Bank will raise interest rates, now near historic lows, by the year’s end. Nationally, rates would have to nearly double to about 6.5% to equalize the buy vs. rent equation for young buyers. Still, an increase of 25-50 basis points could push mortgage rates to 4.15% – 4.4%. That would make the costs of renting about the same as buying in some large California markets.

#HomeBuying #OrangeCounty #RealEstate

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Median Homebuyer Age Has Remained ‘Remarkably Steady’ Over the Years

Despite rising shares of homebuyers age 50 and over and shrinking percentages of homeowners ages 35 to 50 and under 30, the median age of homebuyers has remained “remarkably steady” in the last decade, according to a commentary from the National Association of Realtors.

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