Yawl Place

(Lake California – Cottonwood, California, US)

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$2,000 per mo. plus $2,000 deposit
3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom
2498 square feet built in 2007
Executive home on the lake with granite throughout
Very nice home, a must see!

For more information go to www.tehamapropertymanagement.com or call (530) 527-2256

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How to Determine Whether the Vacation Rental Lifestyle is Right for You

RISMEDIA, October 30, 2010—More and more people are investing in vacation homes today. And no wonder: between unbelievable real estate prices, low interest rates, and a rapidly growing base of potential customers, vacationers who’d rather stay in a charming beach cottage or woodsy cabin rather than a hotel room—there’s never been a better time to buy. But here are the real questions to consider before you purchase a vacation home: Is the lifestyle that comes with owning and managing a vacation rental home right for you? Do you have the right personality for the job?

Christine Karpinski, director of Owner Community for HomeAway, a leading online vacation home rental marketplace, and author of How to Rent Vacation Properties by Owner, 2nd Edition: The Complete Guide to Buy, Manage, Furnish, Rent, Maintain and Advertise Your Vacation Rental Investment urges homeowners to ask themselves a serious of questions to determine whether they should consider buying a vacation rental.

Am I patient? It’s important to recognize that your vacation rental is not going to be a “get-rich-quick” opportunity. The most profitable vacation rental owners are patient and keep their focus on the long-term potential for profiting from their homes.

Do I have five extra hours a week to spare? That’s about how long it takes to manage your property during peak season—a job that involves answering inquiries, taking reservations, managing staff, and so forth.

Am I willing to do business on a week-by-week basis (rather than year-by-year)? Managing a vacation rental is nothing like being a full-time landlord. You won’t have tenants with year-long leases. In fact, for the most part, your guests will be gone in a week or so. Every week presents a new opportunity to be successful and impress new guests. You have to be ready to meet that challenge head-on.

Am I detail-oriented? You need to be, if you’re going to be a good vacation homeowner. Guests expect a certain level of quality. Be prepared to regularly visit your property to make sure your on-site staff is keeping it in excellent shape and to freshen it up as needed.

Can I follow a marketing plan? Fortunately, you don’t have to be a professional marketer to follow simple instructions. Just as fortunately, the days of old-school newspaper advertising are over. These days there are many easy ways to market your vacation rental property.

Am I responsive? You have to grab opportunities right away. Potential renters will more than likely inquire about more than one property, and in order to be the owner who closes the deal, you have to act like any great entrepreneur and be the first to return the call.

Am I personable? Building trust is a huge factor in the vacation rental industry. Making people comfortable when they are renting your home is a must.

Am I a good people manager? If you’re a long-distance vacation rental owner, you must be prepared to hire and manage a productive “staff”—which means housekeepers, lawn care people, plumbers, and so forth. Building a great staff and making sure they understand what you want to achieve with each guest will ease your anxiety and make your renting experience truly enjoyable.

Am I okay with managing from a distance? For many people, their vacation property is hours (and many miles) away from their primary residence. As long as you have the right on-site staff in place, it is easy to manage your vacation property from far away.

“Being a vacation rental property owner isn’t for everyone,” says Karpinski. “However, for many people, it’s a fantastic way to invest money, earn extra income, make new friends, and truly experience different parts of the country.”

RISMedia welcomes your questions and comments. Send your e-mail to: realestatemagazinefeedback@rismedia.com.

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Happy Halloween!

How will you celebrate this October 31st? The Creative Ideas team has some fun ideas for making this Halloween fun!

Whip up some fun Halloween treats! I’m planning to make these, thesethese, and these to share with family and friends this weekend.

If you haven’t already carved your annual jack-o’-lantern, consider giving this year’s pumpkin a creepy, gothic twist: all you need is some black spray paint, a craft knife, printer paper, and spray adhesive. If you don’t like spiders, check out this article for a printable bat template!

Add prickly charm to your front door with this glowing ghost wreath. It’s easy to make with some plastic gutter screen and orange surveyor’s tape.

Take your children trick-or-treating! Our neighborhood recommends going out before nightfall, sticking to one side of the street at a time, and using reflective tape on everyone’s costume.

 

Be safe and have a Happy Halloween! For more fun ideas, visit LowesCreativeIdeas.com/Halloween_2010.

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Screwdriver

Put away the drill/driver and use a screwdriver. Make sure you’ve got the right size, and use careful and controlled turnings to drive in the screw. You’ll have more control of the tool and the torque. Try a P0 or P1 bit in a rachet screwdriver for very small Phillips screws.

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Cut As You Go

Never, EVER cut all of the parts of a project first, then assemble.

Why? No matter how great you think you are in the shop, there is a good chance you will be off just ever so slightly on a cut or measurement.
And, unless you plane all of your lumber to the same exact thickness, you could run into variations in the size of stock you purchase.
This isn’t to say that you shouldn’t follow measurements in project instructions, but you should always measure distances between parts just to make sure, and then make adjustments as needed.
Being slightly off on project parts, particularly if you cut several identical parts, can create compounded measurement problems. Just being off 1/16 inch on 4 parts can create a 1/4-inch discrepancy.

In conjunction with this – always factor in the kerf, or thickness of a saw blade, when cutting multiple parts from one board. Kerf can vary between circular blades, but they also are different between band saw blades, jig saw blades, etc.
I always allow for a 1/8-inch kerf between cuts when determining a cut list and cutting diagram – both for rip cuts and cross cuts. This is VERY important because if you don’t factor in that fraction, you could come up short on a project part.
For example, you won’t get two 48-inch parts from on 8-foot (96-inch) board. Subtract the 48 inches, then the kerf, and you’re left with no more than 47 7/8 inches. And, if you are checking your board ends for square, and need to trim them up (which you should do anyway), you’ll have even less stock with which to work.
There are rare exceptions when you’ll wind up with a board that is slightly longer than the listed dimension. I’ve had that happen a few times with outdoor lumber. I’ve also had the opposite happen, where a board was shorter than its listed dimension. It can’t be said enough – measure twice and cut once.

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Working with Small Screws

Small hinges, especially brass hinges, cause trouble for woodworkers during installation. It’s not just the size and placement of the hinges, it’s also the size of the screws used to attach them.

Besides the obvious pilot hole that must be drilled, there are a couple of tips for driving those screws that will help you install the hinges perfectly without stripping the screw head or snapping the shank.

Wax

Apply a little wax, whether it’s paraffin wax or wax from a candle, to the threads of the screw. It acts like a lubricant and you’ll be able to drive the screw with relative ease.

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New-Home Sales Climb 6.6 Percent in September 2010

RISMEDIA, October 29, 2010—(MCT)—Sales of new homes climbed 6.6% in September 2010, figures released by the federal government showed, representing the second straight month of gains, but still well below the pace when a tax credit existed. Sales of new single-family homes rose 6.6% to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 307,000, which is stronger than the 300,000 that economists expected in a MarketWatch-compiled poll.

A recent report showed sales of existing homes were also stronger than expected, rising 10%, and the two reports lend support to some economists who believe housing demand hit a bottom in late summer.

“After dropping precipitously following the expiration of the first-time home buyer tax credit, it looks as though new home sales have stabilized,” said Nicholas Tenev, an economist at Barclays Capital. “We expect a gradual recovery over the coming months.”

Still, the pace of new-home sales is 21.5% below the same level of last year. The pace of new-home sales is also considerably below the 414,000 rate in April, when the market was buoyed by a tax credit that has since expired.

There’s also still plenty of supply, with the government estimating supply of eight months of unsold homes, though that’s down from 8.6 months in August. The stock of unsold houses fell 1% from August and dropped 19% from Sept. 2009.

“With little new construction going on, inventories of unsold new homes at least aren’t a problem even with sales at a depressed level, with the number of new homes for sale extending a run of record lows,” said David Greenlaw, an economist at Morgan Stanley.

The median sales price rose 1.5% from August and 3.3% from Sept. 2009 to $223,800—about 30% above the median price of an existing home.

The margin of error for new-home sales is a considerable plus or minus 16.9%.

September’s housing market was only partly affected by a foreclosure moratorium of some leading lenders, which gathered pace in October.

New-home sales, by definition, wouldn’t be affected by foreclosure disputes and in fact could benefit by virtue of purchasers getting “clean” title when buying new properties.

(c) 2010, MarketWatch.com Inc.

Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services.

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Extra! Extra!

Surprises are nice this time of year. Especially when they’re useful. In this issue of Lowe’s Creative Ideas, we’ve included a few just for you! As you flip through, keep an eye out for graphic tags that look like little bits of abstract art (like the one below). When you see the tag, take your smart phone (BlackBerry, DROID, or iPhone), and use the Tag Reader  application to scan it. Then, BAM! You’ll enjoy  extra content, videos, and mobile pages on your phone. How cool is that? Simply follow the instructions at right, and you’ll be ready to view all the extras. The  app also remembers the tags you capture, so you can go back and view them later. Sweet technology! Go ahead and explore; you’ll start  to see more tags in future issues.

Scan this tag to view an exclusive holiday project video from our What a Great Idea! section.

Download the app and view content with these steps. Go to GetTag.mobi on your phone’s browser to download the FREE Microsoft Tag Reader app.

Once installed, open the app.

Line up the crosshairs on your phone screen with the tag. The tag will be scanned and the content will appear on your phone in seconds.

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Redding Real Estate Update 10/27/2010

Residential Market Statistics

Active Listings: 1,504 (from 1,523 last week, 1,535 two weeks ago, 1,547 three weeks ago)

Pending Listings: 425 (from 427 last week, 424 two weeks ago, 422 three weeks ago)

Total Closed Escrows in 2010: 1,670

Closed so far in October: 126

Sept: 187   Aug: 162    July: 168     June: 201      May: 182     April: 173     March: 187     Feb: 125     Jan: 117

Total Closed Escrows in 2009: 2,065

Total Active Repo/REO’s: 253 this week, 259 last week, 263 two weeks ago

Total Active Short Sales: 233 this week, 235 last week, 239 two weeks ago

For more information on the current real estate market in Redding, California or its surrounding areas including a free MLS search including REPO/REO/foreclosure properties visit http://www.sellingredding.com or call Clint or Mindy Cronic at 530.227.0345.  Next Generation Real Estate Services, DRE License #s 01314114 and 01458166.

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Existing-Home Sales Show Another Strong Gain in September

RISMEDIA, October 26, 2010—Existing-home sales rose again in September 2010, affirming that a sales recovery has begun, according to the National Association of Realtors. Existing-home sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, jumped 10.0% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.53 million in September from a downwardly revised 4.12 million in August, but remain 19.1% below the 5.60 million-unit pace in September 2009 when first-time buyers were ramping up in advance of the initial deadline for the tax credit last November.

Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said the housing market is in the early stages of recovery. “A housing recovery is taking place, but will be choppy at times depending on the duration and impact of a foreclosure moratorium. But the overall direction should be a gradual rising trend in home sales with buyers responding to historically low mortgage interest rates and very favorable affordability conditions,” he said.

According to Freddie Mac, the national average commitment rate for a 30-year, conventional, fixed-rate mortgage fell to a record low 4.35% in September from 4.43% in August; the rate was 5.06% in September 2009.

The national median existing-home price for all housing types was $171,700 in September, which is 2.4% below a year ago. Distressed homes accounted for 35% of sales in September compared with 34% in August; they were 29% in September 2009.

NAR President Vicki Cox Golder, owner of Vicki L. Cox & Associates in Tucson, Ariz., said opportunities abound in the current market. “A decade ago, mortgage rates were almost double what they are today, and they’re about one-and-a-half percentage points lower than the peak of the housing boom in 2005,” she said. “In addition, home prices are running about 22 percent less than five years ago when they were bid up by the biggest housing rush on record.”

To illustrate the jump in housing affordability, the median monthly mortgage payment for a recently purchased home is several hundred dollars less than it was five years ago. “In fact, the median monthly mortgage payment in many areas is less than people are paying for rent,” Golder said.

Housing affordability conditions today are 60 percentage points higher than during the housing boom, so it has become a very strong buyers’ market, especially for families with long-term plans. “The savings today’s buyers are receiving are not a one-time benefit. Buyers with fixed-rate mortgages will save money every year they are living in their home—this is truly an example of how homeownership builds wealth over the long term,” Golder added.

Total housing inventory at the end of September fell 1.9% to 4.04 million existing homes available for sale, which represents a 10.7-month supply at the current sales pace, down from a 12.0-month supply in August. Raw, unsold inventory is 11.7% below the record of 4.58 million in July 2008.

“Vacant homes and homes where mortgages have not been paid for an extended number of months need to be cleared from the market as quickly as possible, with a new set of buyers helping the recovery along a healthy path,” Yun said. “Inventory remains elevated and continues to favor buyers over sellers. A normal seasonal decline in inventory is expected through the upcoming months.”

A parallel NAR practitioner survey shows first-time buyers purchased 32% of homes in September, almost unchanged from 31% in August. Investors were at an 18% market share in September, down from 21% in August; the balance of purchases were by repeat buyers. All-cash sales were at 29% in September compared with 28% in August.

Single-family home sales increased 10.0% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.97 million in September from a pace of 3.61 million in August, but are 19.5% below the 4.93 million level in September 2009. The median existing single-family home price was $172,600 in September, down 1.9% from a year ago.

Existing condominium and co-op sales rose 9.8% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 560,000 in September from 510,000 in August, but are 16.2% lower than the 668,000-unit level one year ago. The median existing condo price was $165,400 in September, down 6.2% from September 2009.

Regionally, existing-home sales in the Northeast increased 10.1% to an annual pace of 760,000 in September but are 20.8% below September 2009. The median price in the Northeast was $239,200, which is 1.4% below a year ago.

Existing-home sales in the Midwest jumped 14.5% in September to a level of 950,000 but are 26.4% below a year ago. The median price in the Midwest was $139,700, down 5.2% from September 2009.

In the South, existing-home sales rose 10.6% to an annual pace of 1.77 million in September but are 14.9% lower than September 2009. The median price in the South was $149,500, down 2.6% from a year ago.

Existing-home sales in the West increased 5.0% to an annual level of 1.05 million in September but are 16.7% below a year ago. The median price in the West was $213,600, which is 4.9% lower than September 2009.

For more information, visit www.realtor.org.

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Home Buyers from Florida to California Bid Above Asking Price, According to ZipRealty’s Home Hunter Report

RISMEDIA, October 25, 2010—Some homes across the country at various price points are selling above asking price, according to the Q3 2010 Home Hunter Report released by ZipRealty. The report reveals that in Q3 2010, California was home to five out of the country’s ten “hottest” zip codes, defined as those zip codes where the average home sale price is most above the average list price by percentage. This is down from California having seven of the top ten hottest zip codes last quarter.

Similarly, the report found that five out of ten zip codes nationwide where homes were selling most below asking price for the same time period were located in Florida. Florida is also down from seven of the markets selling most below asking price in the previous quarter, pointing to a diversification in both the highest and lowest sales-to-list price ratios across the country.

Highlights from the ZipRealty Q3 2010 Home Hunter Report:

-The Chicago area’s Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood (60619) is the country’s “hottest” zip code, with homes selling on average for almost 9% above the asking price. Another Chicago neighborhood, downtown’s Loop (60603), also tops the list, with condos in this high-end zip code selling for an average of more than $1 million, or an average of more than 5% above the asking price in Q3.

-A San Francisco proper neighborhood, the Excelsior, made the country’s top ten list for the first time, with homes selling for an average of more than $14,000 above asking price in Q3. While California no longer entirely dominates the country’s “hottest” markets list, three of the ten zip codes selling most above asking price nationwide were located in the Bay Area, including two in Oakland and one in Berkeley.

-In addition to California and Chicago, rounding out the “hot” list in Q3 are Covington, Wash., outside of Seattle, Fort Lauderdale, FL,—both new to the “hot” list—and North Las Vegas.

-Overall, the hot markets are selling for significantly less above asking price than they were at the same time last year. Homes in the country’s ten hottest zip codes sold for an average of 5% above asking price in Q3 of this year, as compared to an average of 13% above asking price in Q3 2009.

-In the country’s “coldest” zip code, 27708 in Durham, N.C., homes sold for an average of only 81% of the list price in Q3.

-The spread of the sales-to-list price ratio lessened significantly from one quarter previous, with homes in Q2’s coldest market—Winchester, Conn., —fetching only 72% of asking price on average last quarter.

-High-end housing markets continue to offer relative bargains for buyers, with homes in the 34102 zip code of Naples, Fla., selling on average for $370,000 below an asking price of almost $2.3 million, and homes in the 33480 zip code of Palm Beach, Fla., selling on average for $212,000 below an asking price of more than $1.2 million.

“While we’ve seen California top the list of the country’s ‘hottest’ home sale markets for some time, we’re now seeing signs that buyers in other markets across the country—including hard-hit regions like Florida and Las Vegas—may be taking advantage of the historically low pricing and interest rates characterizing today’s market,” said John Oldham, director of marketing for ZipRealty. “The gap between homes selling most above and below asking price appears to be decreasing, an encouraging sign that prices may be stabilizing and both buyers and sellers could be adjusting to the new market reality.”

Phoenix is Nation’s Most Popular City for Home Hunters
According to the total number of home searches on www.ZipRealty.com throughout Q3, the Phoenix area remains the most popular city searched for the second straight year, or eight consecutive quarters. Phoenix proper and its suburbs claimed eight of the top 25 most searched cities, while the Las Vegas area took ten of the spots on that list. Florida had a stronger representation in the top 10 most searched list than in quarters before, with Kissimee and Ft. Lauderdale joining Orlando in the top searches list.

For more information, visit www.ziprealty.com.

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Price Reductions Continue to Climb for Fourth Consecutive Month

RISMEDIA, October 22, 2010—Trulia.com, a top site for home buyers, sellers and renters, announced that price reductions for home listings currently on the market in the U.S. have increased for the fourth consecutive month to an all-time high of 27% and account for a total reduction of more than $30.7 billion nationwide. A deeper look into the data shows a continual and dramatic price reduction increase in many cities that began in June 2010.

“We would normally expect to see a seasonal uptick in price reductions between June and October, as motivated sellers whose homes are still on the market after the summer selling season aggressively cut prices in an effort to get their homes sold before the holidays,” said Tara-Nicholle Nelson, consumer educator, Trulia.com. “Comparatively speaking, we’ve found that seasonal considerations combined with a lack of urgency on the part of would-be buyers and continued job market doldrums nationwide have led to more significant reductions during this time period than during the same time frame in 2009.”

Price Reductions Increasing Across U.S., Highest among Major Western Cities
Since June 2010, the five largest increases in price reductions have occurred in the Western U.S., with Las Vegas registering the most substantial increase (194%). Five major California cities remain beneath the national average in October, but price reduction rates in all seven of California’s largest cities have increased dramatically since June, with San Jose, Fresno, Sacramento and San Diego seeing the largest increases. Only three of America’s largest cities—Miami, Detroit and New York—have seen a decline in price reductions since June.

“As robo-signing news developments and foreclosure freezes create uncertainty about buying bank-owned properties—particularly in cities like Las Vegas where foreclosures have been exorbitant—low interest rates and wide-scale price reductions may give individually-owned homes a real desirability boost in the eyes of buyers in the coming months,” Nelson said. “This might help home sellers who have had a hard time pricing and marketing their homes to compete with distressed properties get their homes sold before the end of the year.”

Trulia Price Reductions
Trulia is one of the first national real estate sites to provide consumers with the ability to use price reductions as a search filter in their quest to find a deal in today’s market across all 50 states. Trulia’s Price Reduction feature can be accessed from the Trulia homepage and is deeply integrated into the existing search experience on the search results page and via the advanced search tab. Detailed information regarding multiple price reductions and prior sold data is now available on each property listing page.

Providing home buyers with access to price reduction data empowers them to make more informed decisions regarding which home to purchase and helps consumers get the most home for their dollar. Price reduction data also helps home sellers price their homes competitively as more homes come onto the market.

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$119000 MLS® 21374 Wilcox

Tehama (Wilcox/Adobe – Red Bluff, California, US)

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Very nice 1.9 acre lot with building pad already cut and paved driveway to pad. This parcel all ready to go and in the desired Wilcox area of very nice upscale homes. Owner willing to be creative with financing/may carry, can build-to-suit or even trade for cars, boats, land, houses… seller will review all offers.

Offered by Clint and Mindy Cronic of Next Generation Real Estate Services DRE License #s 01314114 and 01458166.

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