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Temecula Evening of Art in the Vineyards

PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN ENTERTAINING EVENING IN FALL.

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Ponte Family Estate Winery will be hosting an “Evening of Art in Temecula” to benefit Rancho Damacitas Childrens Homes.  

It will be an evening full of creativity and talent featuring local artists and some of the children at Rancho Damacitas.  Enjoy some food, wine and great art!

WHEN:  October 9, 2014 at 6:00PM

FOR TICKETS:  (951) 302-7597

COST:  $25.00 each

We look forward to the opportunity to help you with anything Temecula Valley.  Call (951) 522-0518 email april@teamgreer.com or text anytime!

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Southern California October 2013 Real Estate

“SOUTHLAND”

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includes Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, LA and Orange Counties:

Cash Buyers accounted for 27.5% of October 2013 Southland home sales, compared with 32.8% the year before. They paid a median price of $337,000, up 34.8% from a year earlier. Since 1988 the monthly average for cash buyers is 16.3%.

Absentee buyers (investors) bought 26.5% of Southland homes sold in October 2013. Absentee buyers paid a median price of $316,000, up 30.8% from a year earlier. The monthly average for absentee buyers since 2000 is 18.4%.

All lenders combined provided $5.7 billion in mortgage money to Southern California home buyers in October 2013. Home buyers in October put $4.3 billion of their own money on the table in the form of a down payment or as an outright cash purchase.

Foreclosure re-sales (properties foreclosed on in the prior 12 months) made up 6.3% of the Southland re-sale market in October 2013, the lowest level since it was 5.5% in May of 2007. That was down from 16.3% in October 2012. Foreclosure re-sales peaked at 56.7% in February 2009.

Short sales made up an estimated 12.9% of Southland re-sales in October 2013. That was down from 27.2% in October 2012.

The typical monthly payment that a Southland buyer committed themselves to paying in October 2013 was $1,499.00, up from $1,115.00 a year earlier. Adjusted for inflation, last month’s typical monthly payments are 48.8% below the current cycle peak of July 2007.

*Median Price=half more/half less. * All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. For questions or financial, tax or estate planning, we suggest you contact an attorney or certified public accountant. Data taken from dqnews.com 11-12-13

Curious what this all means for your your home in Southwest Riverside County…what we refer to as the Temecula Valley? Reach out to us however you feel comfortable and we can give you an idea of what your home is worth by providing you with details on the sales around you that have occurred most recently.

Gary and April Greer at 951-522-0518 or email us at april@teamgreer.com
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Temecula Valley, Is It Time To Sell?

IS IT TIME TO SELL?

The real estate market in the Temecula Valley is showing more than just signs of recovery. More and more equity sellers are putting their homes on the market and selling their homes in a short period of time and at a higher price than we have seen in years. Foreclosure sales are still relevent but not in the record numbers that the media has given hype over. Short sale listings are scarce. Mortgage rates are ridiculously low. Buyers are everywhere and Realtors (including ourselves) are pounding the pavement looking for something to sell them!

Is it time for you to sell?

We can provide a professional opinion on potential value for your home to help you make that decision. We can be reached at 951-522-0518 April or 951-522-6308 Gary. Our email address is team4greer@gmail.com

The graph below is a snapshot of California in general. Keep in mind that some parts of California (Temecula included) tend to outpace others.

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