This remarkable condo in Ramona, CA, was a green-saturated masterpiece when first built in 1974.
And because it hasn’t really been inhabited over the decades, what remains is a jaw-dropping time capsule decked out in groovy shades of bright green. It’s currently on the market for $375,000, and admirers of the impeccably executed emerald interiors are taking notice
.When the Country Villas West condo complex was built just outside San Diego in the early ’70s, the best unit was reserved for its developer. This particular developer had an abiding affection for hues in the green spectrum and hired a professional designer to create a trendy, fearless, one-of-a-kind space.
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Busy is the word, with daily calls and emails. This is truly our busiest season, and we’re thrilled to welcome new neighbors to growing Mohave County!
That’s all to report, off to another showing…
Still a little chilly at night, but daytime temps are decent. No complaints, after all, it is January…
Living on a fixed income, retirees are looking for ways to make their budgets stretch—and New Jersey’s high home prices and property taxes don’t make it an attractive place to stay.
The Garden State’s median home list price of $389,050 in November was about 21% more than the national list price of $309,000. It’s also a lot more than Arizona’s median price of $350,050 and Florida’s median price of $335,050.
But the high cost of living isn’t dissuading millennials from moving in. The state offers plenty of high-paying jobs, as well as many towns within commuting distance to New York City that are attractive to those just starting out and establishing their careers. There were still more folks aged 34 and under moving into New Jersey than out of the state, according to United.
Top states folks are fleeing
- New Jersey
3. New York
9. North Dakota
The article says that Arizona is the #3 destination overall. Anecdotally, many Californians are buying residential in Mohave County. According to the Title Company, the vast majority are from California.
This year is off to a good start. Activity has picked up after a somewhat slower fall season. Like clockwork, our sales are best in the first quarter of the year. I’m not sure if it’s end of year bonuses, New Years’ resolutions, snowbirds or what, but it’s always welcome to be busy again.
The discouraging part is the sales prices. We’re still seeing what I consider “vulture pricing.” The sales today are often at depressed prices. The hope is that these will finally sell, (and the truth is that there are less in the basement price-wise now,) and we’ll be able to see an uptick.
Meanwhile, in the cities, the prices have continued to rise in Mohave County as we experience an exodus from California. At some point, the purchase of raw land will make more and more economic sense and the prices should rise. One can always hope anyway…
First weather update of the year. The roads are beat up at Stagecoach Trails, but the rains this past month may help ensure a gorgeous Spring wildflower year. We’ll just have to see how it goes over the next couple of months. Meanwhile, looks dry for the next 10 days…
Officials from the Arizona Game and Fish Department say that multiple mountain lions have been killed after they ate human remains, KGUN-TV reports.
Officials say that three mountain lions were killed by the department after they reportedly ate human remains in the Santa Catalina Mountains.
The remains were found on the Pima Canyon Trail and had shown signs of being disturbed by wildlife. The mountain lions involved had also reportedly showed signs of “interacting with humans” in the area.
Officials say that the animals were killed due to their proximity to residences and an apparent lack of fear of humans
Just wanted to wish everyone a great 2020, may it be grand!