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Why do so many people want to live in Anaheim you may ask? For one we have great weather year round, unless were in a El Nino year.
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Anaheim Sold Homes August 2014

Anaheim Sold Homes-August 2014

Anaheim sold homes have seen a steady price improvement month to month as well as year to year as inventory levels remain at all-time lows.

Anaheim Sold Homes – The Numbers Month to Month and Year to Year

The median sales price for Anaheim, CA Homes was $420,000 in August 2014 compared to $375,500for August 2013 and $299,900for August 2012.

Anaheim Sold Homes – August 2014: 131 August2013: 160 August 2012: 173

Highlighting the Anaheim, CA Homes that sold at the most extremes of the Anaheim Real Estate market price range at close of escrow in August 2014:

This Months Most Expensive

The most expensive of all Anaheim Sold Homes (Non Anaheim Hills) was on West Cerritos Avenue and sold for $750,000 and includes 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and has approx. 2,594SqFt of living area situated on approx. 3/4 of an acre. It is a mini-estate where you enter through a private gate which opens up to a private front yard with a huge lawn and many fruit trees. This property is reminiscent of homes of days gone by in the City of Anaheim.(Schedule a showing for similar homes).

This Months Least Expensive

The least expensive of all Anaheim, CA homes that sold came in at $190,000 and would be a great home for a first time homebuyer or an investor looking for a rental property with positive cash flow. It has 1 bedrooms and 1 bath with approx. 695 SqFt or living area and could use a little updating (Schedule a showing for similar homes).

The Most “Bang for the Buck” Home that Sold was:

There were some great Anaheim, CA Homes for Sale to …

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Below are highlight properties for Anaheim Sold Homes-August 2014. See more at the full report:
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Status: Just Sold
3350 Thornton Ave.
2 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 1 (3/4th) ]

Status: Just Sold
1228 N Ralston
2 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 1 (3/4th) ]

Status: Just Sold
908 S Clementine

Status: Just Sold
563 S Reseda St.

Status: Just Sold
2519 E. Maverick Ave.

Status: Just Sold
2580 W. Runyon Pl.

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Corona Home For Sale

Corona Home For Sale: If you looking for an affordable alternative to living in the heart of Orange County, a home in Corona may be the answer for you. If you would like to look at your options of affordable living compared to living in the heart of Orange County, I can help.  Call me today!

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Gated Community of Parkside Green; fabulous interior location w/lots of street parking. Turnkey condition and ready to move in! 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, featuring custom paint, crown moulding, wood laminate floors, porcelain tile, new A/C and furnace, dual-paned windows, recessed LED lighting, surround sound wiring, new blinds, stamped concrete patio, newer wood fence, 220 wiring for spa, lots of LED outdoor lights, plus extra outlet. This home boasts beautiful curb appeal in its landscaping. The openness of this floor plan brings in natural light with its soaring ceiling and windows. A…


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Labor Day in Orange County

Labor Day in Orange County

Over the Labor Day Holiday in Orange County where we live, we have a few events that always take place over Labor Day. The first is the Orange County Street fair which is held at the Traffic Circle in Orange,CA. The roads leading to the circle are closed to traffic and there are vendors there selling food, crafts and more. If you look at the map below you should get an idea of what is where. To avoid the large crowds that can form, I suggest going early in the day. Continue reading

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AB 2416 enables employees to put a lien on business owners property


Red_alertC.A.R. is OPPOSING AB 2416 (Stone), a bill that creates a new kind of lien for wage claim disputes because it denies due process to the owner of the property, and unnecessarily clouds title. The bill was just amended to remove a provision allowing an employee of a tenant to record a lien against a property. C.A.R. continues to opposed the bill. It does not give adequate protections to property owners and allow unscrupulous creditors to abuse the process.

Let your senator know that you remain opposed to the bill ABand ask that they vote NO on AB 2416!


Under existing law, trades people and others who have conducted work to improve a property have the right to record a mechanics lien against the property for payment for that work. This bill is not like a mechanics’ lien. Additionally, if an employee has a wage dispute with their employer there are multiple legal remedies available to them to seek fair compensation. With AB2416, This is a new and different remedy.

AB 2416 seeks to create a new wage lien, without the procedural protections of the mechanics lien so that an employee may record a lien against any property owned by the employer, even property that has NO connection to the dispute. The new rule purports to exempt principal residences, but the bill invites “shotgun” recordings that will hit all properties.

Talking Points:

• Property owners are denied due process. AB 2416 allows an employee to record a lien against an employer’s property without adequate notice or opportunity to contest the claim before the lien attaches.
• The bill invites misuse by unscrupulous creditors of an employee. Allowing unscrupulous creditors to take over the employee’s wage claim, without even the need for a garnishment order, invites employees (and property owners) to be victimized twice.
• AB 2416 allows an employee’s wage dispute to cloud title on ALL property owned by an employer even though the dispute does not involve the property, and even though there has been no hearing on the issue.
• There are already existing legal remedies for wage disputes. Between arbitration, grievance processes, and lawsuits, employees already have sufficient legal options at their disposal to address wage disputes without chilling the availability of mortgage finance and unnecessarily clouding title.

Considerations: Here in California, the state already has a very efficient process in place whereas an employee who disputes their pay with an employer can file a complaint and get a meeting with the employer, employee and third party to hear the case and make suggestions about a settlement. One meeting and alot of disputes are resolved. On the next level are lawsuits and attorneys should the employee choose to go that route, another viable option. Being an employee myself, I’m 100% for employee rights and believe there is a balance that needs to be maintained between employees and employers. It has to be worth it for an employer to have employees and it has to be worth it for employees to work somewhere. One thing holds true…

Without an employer, there is no ability to be an employee.

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