Santa Rosa, California-NOT a Real Estate Open House but homes showcasing ways to save energy through the use of solar applications, recycle building materials, rain water storage–PERMACULTURE would be the ultimate form of this. The Real Estate Hour guests this morning will be Dori Estrella from SCEIP and Julie Carlton from the City of [...]
861 Gull Drive held open Sunday, October 25th between 1 to 4pm.
Come see this Bodega Bay REO (bank owned foreclosed upon property).
This is the view from the upstairs viewing deck. Similar, sweeping views from the kitchen and family room.
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, easy beach access, clubhouse access. Situated between the golf [...]
Mike Bryant, Jo Lasley and Ed Heinz, all long time agents in this community, join Allison to chat about the Keller Williams Open House Extravaganza…AND their take on today’s real estate market. Buyer challenges, Seller challenges…How, like Mike and Allison, they have continued to thrive in this tough market….and why they love what they do. [...]
Today at the Laguna Foundation’s 8th annual Garden Art Gala, Mike worked the crowd of enthusiastic bidders, kept the guests entertained…and the bids a comin’. It was a great event, and a great turn out to raise money for a worthy cause. The Laguna Foundation is dedicated to keeping the Laguna de Santa Rosa a [...]
Here’s the Web site to use this “Calculator” to determine if waking away from your mortgage makes sense. As always, consult with an attorney and CPA to determine any tax liability or possible debt relief issues. This is reccomended by our guest on Today’s Show, Nicholas Carroll in his book, “Walking Away from Debt–for a [...]
The NorthBay area of San Francisco will have an opportunity to hear the author of one of the more controversial books of a decade on walking away from Debt–author Nicholas Carroll joins Allison and I as we explore his thoughtful and very thorough analysis as to WHY you should free your family from crushing Home [...]
Revealing graph on the Precent of Job Losses in Post WWII Recessions. The depth and lenght of this one is remarkable when compared to the rest! Hence the term, “Worst since the great depression”! Look at the depth and lenght of the job loss AND the duration in time–now at 4 years! [...]