REMODELED TO PERFECTION! Beautiful Cyprus Cove Custom Estate recently remodeled with designer finishes. This coastal home is at the end of a cul-de-sac steps from the community pool/spa, tennis courts, club house, park & beach. Light and bright interior with handcrafted woodworking & extensive attention to detail. Main house boasts 4,187 sq ft of living space with 4 bedrooms & 3 baths. Features a downstairs bedroom with private remodeled bath. Hardwood floors throughout main level with new custom wood staircase leading to upstairs bedrooms, bathrooms and laundry room.
Every September Dana Point welcomes a fleet of stately wooden ships from around the world with their towering masts and billowing sales in the annual Toshiba Tall Ships Festival. The Festival, the largest gathering of Tall ships on the West Coast, takes place September 9 through September 11.
Schedule of Events:
Sails ‘n Ales (6:00 pm -9:00 pm): Craft beer tasting from five (5) different California breweries, live music, mermaids and prime viewing for Parade of Sail!
Parade of Sail (4:00 pm-7:30 pm): Join the armada as you cast off for adventure aboard a historic tall ship during the annual tall ships parade at sunset. Work with the crew hauling up sail or simply sit back and enjoy the spectacular demonstration of skill, knowledge
REMODELED TO PERFECTION! Beautiful Cyprus Cove Custom Estate recently remodeled with designer finishes. This coastal home is at the end of a cul-de-sac steps from the community pool/spa, tennis courts, club house, park & beach. Light and bright interior with handcrafted woodworking & extensive attention to detail. Main house boasts 4,187 sq ft of living space with 4 bedrooms & 3 baths. Features a downstairs bedroom with private remodeled bath. Hardwood floors throughout main level with new custom wood staircase leading to upstairs bedrooms, bathrooms and laundry room. Oversized Master
If you are currently looking to purchase a new home, you likely want to know where to find a few open houses in your area. You have come to the right place! Below you will find a few helpful tips to finding open houses in your area so that you don’t have to do a lot of searching for them on your own.
A good way to find a few open houses in your area is by doing an online search. A great website in which to look is realtor.com. All you will need to do is to type “open houses” in the search bar and you will be well on your way to finding open houses in your area.
Another good way to find a few open houses in your area is to use the realtor.com app on your cell phone. This way you will have the ability to find open houses in your area
The California Association of Realtors closely monitors and analyzes trends in the residential real estate industry. The table above contains the latest reported existing home sales series, median home prices, unsold inventory index, median time on market, first-time buyer housing affordability index, and the latest mortgage rates.
415,840 existing homes sold in California in July 2016 with a median price of $509,830. The median time on the market was 28.0 days with a 3.6 months supply of unsold inventory. Homes sold for an average of $247 per square foot and the sales to list ratio was 99.2%. The affordability index fell to 31%.
If your powder room leaves something to be desired and just isn’t putting out the vibe you want it to, you may want to learn a few tips to help you fancy it up a bit. A few of those tips are listed below.
A great way to help your powder room look its best is by finding a really cool wallpaper to hang. Wallpaper is always in style no matter what year it is. You can find something simple and cute or you may want to hang some fancy wallpaper that adds lots of pizzazz to your powder room.
Another good way to fancy up your powder room is by replacing the old sink with a new one. Sinks and faucets can be as plain or as fancy as you would like. If you want your bathroom to look expensive all you need to do is purchase a really nice sink with
Moving from one house to another is a fun time in the life of a person, especially if you are moving into bigger and better things, however moving is also a volatile time and an easy time to become victim of identity theft. Below is a list of a few ways that you can protect yourself from identity theft during a move.
A good rule of thumb to avoid identity theft during a move is to limit how much information you leave behind. If you had an office in your home, be sure to not only throw old papers away but also to shred all papers that have your name and address and social security number on them. If you think you may still need some of the papers once you move, be sure to store them in your purse or somewhere you know that they will not get
If you have ever rented a home or an apartment you already know about all of the downsides to renting. If you are trying to decide whether to purchase a home of your own or to rent, you may want to take a look at a few of these downsides to renting before making up your mind.
One of the downsides to renting a home or apartment is that you may never actually feel at home. Most of the time when you move into a home or apartment to rent it you will find lots of hooks and things in the walls and perhaps even a few decorations that have been carelessly left behind by previous tenants. My guess is when you move into a home, you want to feel at home and renting just doesn’t provide that feeling as well as buying.
We have all seen the tiny houses that are flooding the internet lately, but let’s be honest; do you really want to live in a space so small that you barely have room to move around in your own home? In all likelihood we can all agree that we really want more space for less money. Let’s take a look at a few ways to buy big without breaking the bank.
One way that you can buy big without breaking the bank is by going in together with a family member to purchase a home. You may not like the idea of having someone living with you but if you can afford to buy a large enough house together you might not even be bothered by them as much as you think you will.
Another way to buy big without breaking the bank is by buying an older home. Older