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    Santa Clarita Homeowners Face Higher Property Taxes

    Santa Clarita Valley resident’s property tax bill may increase more than the 2 percent anticipated this year.

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    Homeowners who saw lower tax bills during the recent decline in housing values may receive higher property tax bills as property values recover.

    Santa Clarita Home Prices Fluctuate Over The Years

    Home prices in the Santa Clarita Valley have fluctuated significantly over the past couple years, officials say.

    The Reality Of Real Estate With The Credit Gal And Fred Arnold

    Purchasing a home does not have to be an intimidating process. All you need is some help from Realtors and a trusted mortgage professional, who ensure that you will get the home of your dreams—the home where your family will live and grow and where dreams are realized. 

    SCV Home Prices Post Best Numbers Since Great Recession

    Previously owned single-family homes in the Santa Clarita Valley are commanding the highest prices we’ve seen since the start of the 2008 recession, according to data this week from the Southland Regional Association of Realtors.

    Real Estate & Market Report: May 16, 2014

    Mortgage rates have been slowly falling over the last month and mortgage rates have hit new lows for 2014. 

    In fact mortgage rates currently are about at the same level as October of last year. This should help the housing market slowly recover from a slow first four months of the year.

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    Real Estate & Market Report: May 09, 2014

    By: Fred Arnold

    The good rates will remain low for the foreseeable future.  More good rates have dropped to the lowest point thus far in 2014.  The bad news...the economy is slowing.  More bad news...the housing market seems to be stalling considerably. 

    Finally...the labor markets are not recovering at the pace in which the Fed had hoped.  This is the quick recap of Fed Chairman Janet Yellen's speech delivered on Thursday of this week.

    Real Estate & Market Report: May 02, 2014

    Outside of Monday's volatile trading day, the stock market was unusually stable for the remainder of the week through Thursday's closing bell. 

    On Monday the stock market took a wild ride in the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped as much as 177 points before recovering back to close higher than where it started the day.  Monday's volatility was more having to do with perception than any real economic data.

    Real Estate & Market Report: April 25, 2014

    I consider myself a glass half full individual and always look for the bright side in everything, I found myself this week struggling to find housing news that would be positive for my friends.

    Heading into this week I was very optimistic about the numerous housing reports to be delivered only to be disappointed. The first housing report of the week, existing homes shows that sales are yet to recover from the Federal Reserve's decision last year, to begin tapering the economic stimulus program.  

    Real Estate & Market Report: April 21, 2014

    In a positive sign for the real estate market, housing starts picked up in March. Although not as much as expected, the increase was welcome news for a market that has not seen growth in recent months as so many experts has predicted would occur. 

    Real Estate & Market Report: April 11, 2014

    What was shaping up to be a typical trading week in the stock market radically changed on Thursday. Monday through Wednesday trading volume was moderate and the indices remained in close proximity to plus or minus 100 points on a daily basis. Thursday the market, almost from the opening bell, tanked.