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Listings as of 03/01/14 at 11:02am
Property Type  Residential    Include Property Subtypes  Condo, PUD, SFR Stick Built   City  Grover Beach Status  Sold (2/1/2014 to 2/28/2014)

 
  Grover Beach
Sold
Selling Price Range Quantity Average DOM
$300,000 thru $349,999 2 8
$400,000 thru $449,999 1 15
$500,000 thru $549,999 1 10
  4 10
 
Summary Price Information
Minimum $325,000 Maximum $539,000
Average $411,000 Median $390,000
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Go Hawks!

Posted: January 10, 2014 in Uncategorized

Go Hawks!

Being from Seattle, I am a die-hard Seahawks fan. Goooooo Hawks!

Jacks Helping Hands

Posted: September 14, 2013 in Uncategorized

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What a great day and great event. To learn more please visit: http://www.Jackshelpinghands.org

The City of Arroyo Grande Recreation
Services Department is announcing registration dates for its Sunday Fall Softball League.
Teams may register through August 30th at the Recreation Services office at 1221 Ash
Street (at the Elm Street Community Center). Divisions are offered for Coed Upper,
Middle and Lower teams, and Men’s Middle and Lower teams. Games are scheduled for
Sunday evenings beginning September 8
th and running through the end of November.
The cost is $535 per team plus $8 per non-Arroyo Grande resident. Registration fee
includes 10 games plus playoffs, individual and team awards for first place and second
place teams, and ASA team registration. For registration forms or more information please
call the Recreation Services office at 473-5474.

Foreclosures and mortgage delinquencies may be declining, but that doesn’t mean the industry should let its guard down. In the Obama Administration’s latest housing scorecard, which provides an overview of the housing market based on private and public sector data, officials continued to warn of a “fragile” recovery despite improvements.

Recently, Lender Processing Services reported delinquencies have fallen 43 percent from their 2010 peak, while RealtyTrac found foreclosure starts decreased 45 percent year-over-year in June.

“Foreclosure starts and completions are down significantly from one year ago; and since January 2012, rising home values have lifted 2.4 million homeowners back above water. That said, we remain cautious because although mortgage delinquencies are trending down, they still remain quite high compared to historic norms,” said Kurt Usowski, assistant secretary for economic affairs at HUD.

To further prevent foreclosures, the administration is continuing foreclosure prevention efforts through its national programs. So far, the Making Home Affordable Program has provided more than 1.6 million homeowner assistance actions, of which 1.2 million were through the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), according to the June scorecard, jointly released jointly by HUD and Treasury.

Homeowners who received a modification through HAMPhad their monthly payments chopped down by $547, or 39 percent.

In addition, 69 percent of borrowers with non-GSEmortgages were able to receive a principal reduction with their HAMP modification in May.

“Homeowners who receive help from the Administration’sHAMP program continue to show success at avoiding foreclosure, which benefits families, communities and the economy,” said Tim Massad, assistant secretary for Treasury. “HAMP has also put into place important standards for the mortgage servicing industry that have improved outcomes for struggling families more broadly.”

Along with the scorecard, the administration also released the Making Home Affordable Program report, which included an overview of servicer performance when implementing HAMP.

After gathering data on largest servicers participating in the program, the report found 88 percent of HAMP trials started on or after June 1, 2010 were converted to permanent modifications, with an average trial length of 3.5 months.

When it came to resolving non-GSE escalations, servicers were able to resolve cases within the 30 calendar days provided in the second quarter of this year.

Listings as of 07/01/13 at 4:26pm
Property Type  Residential    Include Property Subtypes  Condo, PUD, SFR Stick Built   City  Los Osos Status  Sold (1/1/2013 to 6/30/2013)

 
  Los Osos
Sold
Selling Price Range Quantity Average DOM
$80,000 thru $89,999 1 115
$140,000 thru $159,999 1 252
$160,000 thru $179,999 1 190
$200,000 thru $249,999 3 62
$250,000 thru $299,999 14 69
$300,000 thru $349,999 23 36
$350,000 thru $399,999 12 11
$400,000 thru $449,999 8 44
$450,000 thru $499,999 4 14
$500,000 thru $549,999 8 8
$550,000 thru $599,999 5 78
$600,000 thru $649,999 4 27
$700,000 thru $749,999 1 72
$800,000 thru $849,999 1 420
  86 48
 
Summary Price Information
Minimum $87,500 Maximum $800,000
Average $387,963 Median $348,000
Listings as of 07/01/13 at 4:25pm
Property Type  Residential    Include Property Subtypes  Condo, PUD, SFR Stick Built   City  Avila Beach Status  Sold (1/1/2013 to 6/30/2013)

 
  Avila Beach
Sold
Selling Price Range Quantity Average DOM
$500,000 thru $549,999 2 24
$600,000 thru $649,999 3 13
$650,000 thru $699,999 3 5
$700,000 thru $749,999 2 30
$850,000 thru $899,999 1 7
$1,000,000 thru $1,249,999 2 57
$1,250,000 thru $1,499,999 1 244
  14 38
 
Summary Price Information
Minimum $543,000 Maximum $1,250,000
Average $776,123 Median $675,000