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Temecula homes, Murrieta Homes, Wine Country, La Cresta, equestrian estates, horse property, legislative advocacy, mortgage fraud, Southwest California, real estate, Southwest Riverside County
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Looking for something to do this weekend? The Temecula Valley Players will be running their final weekend of Cole Porter's "Anything Goes". The production features some 35 actors, singers and dancers from across the region, as well as the recognized talents of Director Paul Kehler, Choreographer ...
Posted 10 months ago
Ahead of schedule and under budget - those will be among the superlatives offered for the Temecula Valley Hospital when it opens in just a few short months. Utilizing innovative construction and scheduling techniques that have attracted visitors from around the world, the hospital will offer a st...
Posted 10 months ago
If you're thinking about buying a home in the near future or are trying to buy a home right now, here are a few tips to help you navigate the process.  First off, you should know that it's a great time to buy a home but the process will probably be more than a little frustrating. Why? Because ban...
Posted 10 months ago
Maybe you've heard about the new bill proposed in Sacramento that would prevent you from checking the criminal record of a job applicant, or the one that would allow a fired employee to come back into your business to go through their personnel file. How about the one that would let unemployed p...
Posted 11 months ago
On April 11th Andy Domenigoni and Kelly Buffa of Domenigoni-Barton Properties, LLC, proudly introduced The Triangle, billed as the most exciting mixed-use property in Southwest California. Located at the confluence of the I-15 - I-215, The Triangle offers one of the highest visibility locations i...
Posted 11 months ago
I just got off a one hour webinar presented by the California Assssociation of Realtors Legal Staff  on the subject of 'Pocket Listings'. While pocket listings are legal if the proper procedures are followed, some agents simply are not. Agents who are not following the letter of the law will be c...
Posted 12 months ago
Any of you who remember when I first started activeraining, I wrote a lot about fraud. Real estate fraud had only just come to our region in a big way and Realtors® were trying to grapple with this new issue. Problem was, nobody else thought it was an issue. Banks didn't care, law enforcement was...
Posted about 1 year ago
The other evening after a nice dinner, we were sitting around my Mother-in-Law's living room enjoying some conversation in front of the fireplace. Suddenly the fire flared up and started making a noise like a jet engine warming up. I immediately ran outside only to see flames blasting 6' out of t...
Posted over 1 year ago
The new California Homeowner Bill of Rights becomes law today. If you're not familiar with this measure, it was a bill carried on behalf of California Attorney General Kamala Harris last year that sought to codify some of the measures set forth in the national mortgage settlement deal struck in e...
Posted over 1 year ago
This is what happens when knee jerk politicians who know nothing about a subject get in control. There are so many things wrong with this registry as adopted - they should have taken a page from the playbooks in Murrieta & Temecula to see what works. Or actually learned about the foreclosure proc...
Posted over 1 year ago
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