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America is becoming a nation of renters, a trend that is driving rental prices to new heights. Nearly half of U.S. renters are spending more than 30% of their income on housing, according to a report released earlier this year by the National Low-Income Housing Coalition. And one in four renter households spend more than half their income on housing.

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Home prices in Joshua Tree jumped 30 percent in a year. Could they keep rising?
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Next year, 2017, California’s housing market will be driven by tight housing supplies and the lowest housing affordability in six years,” said C.A.R. President Pat “Ziggy” Zicarelli.

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I am making summer margaritas (ice, salt, muddled basil, mostly Limonata, jigger of good tequila, squeeze of lime) and watching out the big picture window of our tiny 1952 homestead cabin northwest of Joshua Tree, where my husband, P., and mutt, Dolly, and I live part-time. P. is making up the bed in our trailer behind the cabin. We are waiting for houseguests to arrive.

Someone has run over a (harmless, smallish, putty-pink) rosy boa in the dirt road, and a coyote and raven are squabbling over its unspooled insides. From here the knot of thrashing scales and feathers and bared teeth looks like a down-at-the-heels Quetzalcoatl, the Mayan feathered-serpent god, and I am debating whether or not to go check it out, whether my curiosity is worth disrupting the drama.

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Smoothly introducing your dog to your new home

Moving into your new home is very exciting, for your entire family!! But did you know that introducing your dog into a new home can be incredibly stressful for them? Fortunately, there are a lot of things that we can do to make this transition easier on them, which in the end makes it easier on us!

There are a lot of things that you can do to make the move less stressful on your pet. When moving, if possible, it would be a good idea to leave the dog with a friend they know. This will keep the dog out of your way when you are moving furniture, and decrease the chance that any accidents may happen. You can also leave the dog in the backyard while you move, as long as it is fully fenced and they cannot escape! Can’t do either? Well then, the ‘least worst’ scenario is to crate your dog while moving the furniture into the home. Make sure the crate is large enough that they can stand up, turn around and lay down comfortably, and be sure to give them access to water and let them outside to ‘do their business’ every few hours. Doors will be left open, items will be dropped, there will be a lot of commotion, and the best way to keep your pet safe during this time is to keep them out of the way!

During the packing process, you can actually plan ahead to make this as smooth a transition as possible for your four legged friends. Instead of trying to cram the packing into one or two days, planning to pack over a longer period of time can reduce the stress on your dog (and probably yourself as well!). Make sure that you pack their water and food bowls, toys, and blankets/beds in a separate box that will be easily accessible once you are at your new home. Dogs do not like change, so the more familiar the setting, the better! One easy trick is to make sure that they have belongings that smell like you, their people! Having a familiar scent in a strange place can make the transition easier. All you would need to do is put their toys in your laundry hamper for a few days, and they will smell just like you!! And don’t feel embarrassed, this is like the sweet smell of roses for your dog. These are as important to your dog as your child’s teddy bear is to them.

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Until a few weeks ago, I was of the opinion that 2017 was going to be just another year for the banking industry. But the election results have recast that perception. Now it seems 2017 is going to be quite different from what many of us had anticipated.

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We’ve all heard about how “bad” the real estate market is. But what’s bad for sellers can be good for buyers, and these days, savvy buyers are out in spades trying to take advantage of the buyer’s market. Here are 13 thing you can do to help sell your house.

1. Audit your agent’s online marketing. 92% of homebuyers start their house hunt online, and they will never even get in the car to come see your home if the online listings aren’t compelling. In real estate, compelling means pictures! A study by Trulia.com shows that listings with more than 6 pictures are twice as likely to be viewed by buyers as listings that had fewer than 6 pictures.

2. Post a video love letter about your home on YouTube. Get a $125 FlipCam and walk through your home AND your neighborhood, telling prospective buyers about the best bits – what your family loved about the house, your favorite bakery or coffee shop that you frequented on Saturday mornings, etc. Buyers like to know that a home was well-loved, and it helps them visualize living a great life there, too.

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3. Let your neighbors choose their neighbors. If you belong to neighborhood online message boards or email lists, send a link to your home’s online listing to your neighbors. Also, invite your neighbors to your open house – turn it into a block party. That creates opportunities for your neighbors to sell the neighborhood to prospective buyers and for your neighbors to invite house hunters they know who have always wanted to live in the area.

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4. Facebook your home’s listing. Facebook is the great connector of people these days. If you have 200 friends and they each have 200 friends, imagine the power of that network in getting the word out about your house!

5. Leave some good stuff behind. We’ve all heard about closing cost credits, but those are almost so common now that buyers expect them – they don’t really distinguish your house from any of the other homes on the market anymore. What can distinguish your home is leaving behind some of your personal property, ideally items that are above and beyond what the average homebuyer in your home’s price range would be able to afford. That may be stainless steel kitchen appliances or a plasma screen TV, or it might be a golf cart if your home is on a golf course.

6. Beat the competition with condition. In many markets, much of the competition is low-priced foreclosures and short sales. As an individual homeowner, the way you can compete is on condition. Consider having a termite inspection in advance of listing your home, and get as many of the repairs done as you can – it’s a major selling point to be able to advertise a very low or non-existent pest repair bill. Also, make sure that the little nicks and scratches, doorknobs that don’t work, and wonky handles are all repaired before you start showing your home.

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7. Stage the exterior of your home too. Stage the exterior with fresh paint, immaculate landscaping and even outdoor furniture to set up a Sunday brunch on the deck vignette. Buyers often fantasize about enjoying their backyards by entertaining and spending time outside.

8. Access is essential. Homes that don’t get shown don’t get sold. And many foreclosures and short sale listings are vacant, so they can be shown anytime. Don’t make it difficult for agents to get their clients into your home – if they have to make appointments way in advance, or can only show it during a very restrictive time frame, they will likely just cross your place off the list and go show the places that are easy to get into.

9. Get real about pricing. Today’s buyers are very educated about the comparable sales in the area, which heavily influence the fair market value of your home. And they also know that they’re in the driver’s seat. To make your home competitive, have your broker or agent get you the sales prices of the three most similar homes that have sold in your area in the last month or so, then try to go 10-15% below that when you set your home’s list price. The homes that look like a great deal are the ones that get the most visits from buyers and, on occasion even receive multiple offers. (Bidding wars do still exist!)

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California real estate predictions: Coastal markets slowing, Boomers not selling

By Rosalie Murphy, The Desert Sun

The California Association of Realtors predicts 2017 is going to be a good year for the state’s inland markets as those on the coast get less and less affordable.

The trade group’s 2017 Housing Market Forecast, released Thursday, anticipates that the number of homes sold statewide will rise slightly between this year and next. But economists believe soaring prices in Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco could slow sales there, while the relatively affordable Inland Empire and Central Valley will see more activity.

“Job creation, low-interest rates, the availability of low-down-payment mortgages… all make it a little more attractive and a little easier for first-time homebuyers to realize that demand. They can’t always do it in the urban coastal area, which is slowing, but they can do it in the Inland Empire, the Central Valley, and Northern California,” said Leslie Appleton-Young, CAR’s chief economist, and vice president. “In general, the migration pattern fits hand-to-glove the housing affordability pattern and the creation of jobs.”

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California Home Prices to Slow in 2017, Lowest Appreciation in 6 Years
Residential News » San Diego Edition | By Michael Gerrity | October 3,2016 8:08 AM ET

According to the California Association of Realtors’ 2017 California Housing Market Forecast, following a dip in home sales in 2016, California’s housing market will post a nominal increase in 2017, as supply shortages and affordability constraints hamper market activity.

The C.A.R. forecast sees a modest increase in existing home sales of 1.4 percent next year to reach 413,000 units, up slightly from the projected 2016 sales figure of 407,300 homes sold. Sales in 2016 also will be virtually flat at 407,300 existing, single-family home sales, compared with the 408,800 pace of homes sold in 2015.

“Next year, California’s housing market will be driven by tight housing supplies and the lowest housing affordability in six years,” said C.A.R. President Pat “Ziggy” Zicarelli. “The market will experience regional differences, with more affordable areas, such as the Inland Empire and Central Valley, outperforming the urban coastal centers, where high home prices and a limited availability of homes on the market will hamper sales. As a result, the Southern California and Central Valley regions will see moderate sales increases, while the San Francisco Bay Area will experience a decline as home buyers migrate to peripheral cities with more affordable options.”

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By Scott Loney And Alicia Worley From page C8 | December 17, 2016

The Real Estate market for 2016 proved to be a stellar one for real estate. For sellers, home values, prices and sales showed some of their strongest numbers since before the economic downturn in 2008. That economic downturn just ended a few years ago, along with mortgage rates being just downright cheap.

Let’s take a closer look at the current climate on housing prices nationally. Home prices have continued to post steady year-over-year. Our gains are almost nearly back to the pre-recession highs of 2006-07 but values are still not at the peak yet. After several years of steady and steep price growth, we are seeing indications that price growth is slowing and the market is normalizing, according to NAR, CAR and Realtor.com.

Consequently, it’s only fair to ask these questions: Will housing prices keep climbing into 2017? And will mortgage rates continue at record lows?

Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that favorable conditions for buying and borrowing will continue in the months ahead. This forecast can help first-time homebuyers and sellers make better decisions for this coming year.

What’s ahead in the real estate industry for 2017?

We see a positive future in 2017, based on the projected presence of positive economic factors, such as strong job growth, an increase in wages and so many other promises being made by the president-elect to turn our economy around. We can’t predict the future but based on more than 50 years combined in the real estate industry, we feel qualified to give our projected forecast for 2017.

Most everywhere we go, people throughout our community are speculating what will come next. We get asked on a daily basis where we see the real estate market going. This is such a hot topic that we felt strongly about sharing with you what we see happening next.

Contrary to popular belief, if you look at history, when there is a presence of strong, positive economic growth, interest rates typically rise and with that, home values rise also.

Most would think that if rates rise, then home values should drop to satisfy the buyers who can’t afford or qualify for a higher loan. This is not the case. History shows us that the past four times there has been a dramatic increase in rates, home values increased (1983, 1987, 1993 and 1999).

Another really exciting and positive fact that is changing right here in Solano County is that, finally, after many years of Solano having one of the lowest FHA limits, as compared to our surrounding counties, in 2017, there will be an increase for single-family residences, from $417,000 to $431,250.

This is a good sign for our year to come.

Our forecast shows the real estate market as being a more “normal” market. Home values should continue to increase at a reasonable rate. Appraisal values over the past couple of months are starting to come in at the offered purchase price.

If you’re thinking about buying, interest rates are still at a record low, historically speaking. If you’re thinking about selling, values still have not peaked as they did in 2008. Experts predict home values to increase another 3 to 4 percent through 2017.

Scott Loney is a broker associate at Coldwell Banker Kappel Gateway Realty. His California Bureau of Real Estate license number is 01146887. Alicia Worley is a Realtor associate at Coldwell Banker Kappel Gateway Realty. Her California Bureau of Real Estate license number is 01322884. Reach them at 290-0556, 344-1300 or at www.NorCalLuxuryProperty.com, loneyandworleyteam@gmail.com.

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High prices hold back California home sales volume
Posted by ft Editorial Staff | Dec 7, 2016 |
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35,900 new and resale home transactions closed escrow in California during October 2016. In step with the seasonal sales cycle, this is 9% below a month earlier when 39,300 sales closed. More significantly, the number of homes sold in October 2016 was 7% below a year earlier, amounting to 2,600 fewer sales.
2015 ended with 450,700 home sales in California. This is 35,400, or 9%, more sales than took place in 2014 and just above 2013 sales volume. For perspective, the 450,700 homes sold in 2015 was still 40% below peak sales volume experienced in 2005.
The number of homes sold year-to-date is roughly level with 2015 as of October 2016. This percentage has steadily decreased in recent months, and it’s likely 2016 sales volume will end slightly below 2015.
Updated December 7, 2016. Original copy posted March, 2009.
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— A record number of people visited Joshua Tree National Park in March.
More than 327,000 visitors set an all-time record, up 71,000 from the same month in 2015.
“Visitor centers, campgrounds, and hiking trails were extremely busy with park visitors enjoying the weather and a much better wildflower bloom than in the past few years,” park spokesman George Land stated.
“More and more people from around the world and even here in the southland realize what a special and unique place the park is,” Superintendent David Smith said. “There really is no other place like this on the planet. Our challenge is how to enable these new park visitors to enjoy the park while still protecting the fragile desert ecosystem.”
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Reducing the time you spend in the shower can help cutdown on your heating bill.
There are a number of DIY projects you can complete in the winter months

The winter months are the perfect time to dig in and tackle DIY projects for an updated home you’ll enjoy all year long. These five home improvement projects are easy, affordable and can be completed in 3 hours or less.
Marvelous mirrors
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, you’re looking a little shabby. Mirrors are timeless decor options, but the frames can look dated over time. Breathe new life into an old mirror by painting the frame a rich, modern color that pops within the current color scheme. Another idea is to clean the frame and adhere mosaic tiles along the edge for a crafty, custom look.

Handsome hardware
Old hardware makes any room look like a relic of yesteryear. A complete replacement can be costly, so instead opt to paint existing hardware. Simply remove and clean to eliminate grime. Then use a metallic spray paint to coat the hardware. A tip for painting hardware is to use an old egg carton. Turn the egg carton upside down, secure the hardware to the egg cups and spray away.

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