Friday, November 6, 2015

FRIDAY - WATCHING THE MOON AND JUPITER HANG OUT



- Houzz Tour: Radical Renovation Doubles Floor Space
- Experts: California home sales will rise in 2016
- $2M for 180 square foot home in Palo Alto exemplifies insanity of Peninsula real estate
- Today's Hot Real Estate Markets - Will They Be Hot Tomorrow?
- Builders’ Big Problem: Shortage of Good Lots
- Two Bay Area men arrested for Craigslist rental scam
- Kitchen Confidential: 10 Ways to Promote Aging in Place



Enjoy!
Experts: California home sales will rise in 2016 - California’s housing market will continue to grow in 2016 — but that growth will be limited by a lack of inventory and persistent high prices, according to the latest forecast from the California Association of Realtors.

$2M for 180 square foot home in Palo Alto exemplifies insanity of Peninsula real estate - 
To be fair, the lot presents the real value here. The tiny shack (its insides totally ignored in this official RMLS listing on Estately) perches on a prime 6,886 square foot lot, in Barron Park, which means easy access to Bol Park, bike paths, and close to Stanford University and tech offices.


Today's Hot Real Estate Markets - Will They Be Hot Tomorrow? -  Truth is, you can find great places just about everywhere in the country. While California holds eight of the top 10 spots on Realtor.com's hottest markets list, if we look at the top 20 markets, a better perspective emerges


Builders’ Big Problem: Shortage of Good Lots - Builders say restrictive regulations, a shortage of financing for lot development, and buyers’ growing preference to live in or near cities – where there is little unused land left – are the main reasons behind the lot shortage problem.


Two Bay Area men arrested for Craigslist rental scam - 
The two suspects posted a Craigslist advertisement for the bank-owned house and were attempting to get a $3,000 rental deposit from one or more potential renters


Kitchen Confidential: 10 Ways to Promote Aging in Place - Design choices that prevent stooping, reaching and falling help keep the space safe and accessible as you get older. Some of my favorites:







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