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California Sees 13th Fewest Home Sales Per Capita In U.S.

California Sees 13th Fewest Home Sales Per Capita In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza Unusually high demand in the real estate market has been a consistent fact throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. While real estate sales—like most aspects of the economy—ground to a halt in March and April of 2020, buyers since then have been snapping homes up quickly, often offering to pay above asking prices and make […]

California Has 2nd Highest Median Home Price In U.S.

California Has 2nd Highest Median Home Price In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza The booming real estate market has been one of the most noteworthy stories of the pandemic-era economy. Demand for residential real estate increased early on in the pandemic at a time when living and working space took on greater importance. Government stimulus in response to COVID-19’s economic effects, low mortgage interest rates, and […]

Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation Call For Artists To Enter 40 Years Of Home Mural Contest

Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation Call For Artists To Enter 40 Years Of Home Mural Contest

(VENTURA COUNTY, Calif.) –Oct 29, 2021 – Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation (Cabrillo EDC) is pleased to announce a call for artists to participate in its 40 Years of Home Mural contest. Founded in 1981, Cabrillo EDC’s early roots were in response to a farmworker community’s demand for secure housing. Rooted in community-building and ongoing support, their mission aims to provide comprehensive […]

China Home Prices Drop For The First Time Since 2015 As Existing Home Sales Crash 63%

China Home Prices Drop For The First Time Since 2015 As Existing Home Sales Crash 63%

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge Two weeks after we reported that China’s property market just suffered “catastrophic” property sales in September which invoked Goldman’s “hard landing” scenario and which saw total sales of 759.6b yuan plunge 36.2% from September 2020 (and 17.7% lower from the same period in 2019), deepening a downward spiral that started in July […]

California Has 6th Most Homes For Sale Among Youngest States

California Has 6th Most Homes For Sale Among Youngest States

Mike LaFirenza Strong demand in the real estate market has been one of the major economic stories of the last year. The COVID-19 pandemic put a premium on living space, while strong savings rates and investment returns, aggressive government stimulus, and persistently low interest rates have put the conditions in place for more homebuyers to […]

Thousand Oaks, CA | Driver’s License/ DUI Checkpoint

Thousand Oaks, CA | Driver’s License/ DUI Checkpoint

Nature of Incident: Driver’s License/ DUI Checkpoint Location: Thousand Oaks, CA Date & Time: September 29, 2021 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Unit(s) Responsible: Thousand Oaks Police Department – Traffic Bureau Narrative: The Thousand Oaks Police Department Traffic Bureau will be conducting a Driver’s License/DUI Checkpoint on September 29th, 2021, at an undisclosed location(s) within […]

Win A Video From A Ventura City Firefighter By Participating In The Sounds Of Fire Safety Challenge

Win A Video From A Ventura City Firefighter By Participating In The Sounds Of Fire Safety Challenge

Ventura, Calif. — The Ventura Fire Department wants to show appreciation to local families who join the sounds of fire safety challenge and start conversations about fire prevention with loved ones.  “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” is the 2021 theme for National Fire Prevention Week, which serves to help residents understand the different sounds smoke and […]

California Is The 18th Best-Paying State For Roofers

California Is The 18th Best-Paying State For Roofers

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused long-lasting economic disruption in many industries, but one field that is poised for continued growth coming out of the pandemic is construction trades, including roofers. The occupational outlook for roofers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that nearly 15,000 roofing jobs will come open annually through 2029. But […]

Our Home’s Sanctity Threatened

Our Home’s Sanctity Threatened

    By Naomi Fisher  This is no joke, no imagined threat, people. The House has introduced a bill, the HR-666-trace act. This bill will give “authorities” the ability to come into your house to check your temperature to see if you have COVID-19. Without your prior knowledge. Without your consent.  No warrant necessary. It’ […]

How to Stay Organized When You’re (Almost) Always Home

How to Stay Organized When You’re (Almost) Always Home

BY CHRIS KARR   Benjamin Franklin once said, “For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.” When we’re constantly on-the-go, it’s easier to overlook a lack of tidiness. But when you spend most of your time at home, scientific studies indicate clutter in the home can have a negative impact on your life. “It’s especially important for […]

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