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Boys and Girls Club of Oxnard and Port Hueneme Appoints New Member With Real Estate Experience to its Board

Boys and Girls Club of Oxnard and Port Hueneme Appoints New Member With Real Estate Experience to its Board

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme announces the addition of Troy Palmquist to its Board of Directors. Palmquist is the founder of The Address, a unique real estate brokerage headquartered in Oxnard. The Address is a community hub for homebuyers, property owners, neighbors and friends to gather together and discuss […]

A Bid For Amazon HQ | Oxnard Makes Its Case For World-Class Business And High-Paying Jobs

A Bid For Amazon HQ | Oxnard Makes Its Case For World-Class Business And High-Paying Jobs

  Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn recently held a fast-paced series of meetings with City staff to strategize Oxnard’s “getting into the ring” as a location for Amazon’s new “HQ2”.  On October 4, Governor Brown called a make-or-break meeting in Sacramento for cities that wanted consideration as an HQ2 location; Oxnard was represented at that meeting […]

Ventura County Forecast | Topics Include Possible Recession and Housing Solutions

Ventura County Forecast | Topics Include Possible Recession and Housing Solutions

CERF will share its once-a-year Ventura County forecast during a seminar from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Serra Center. Executive Director Matthew Fienup will present the county’s forecast. Just-released gross domestic product data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that Ventura County’s economy contracted by almost 3 percent last year. The […]

Wire Fraud Continues to Impact Real Estate Industry

Wire Fraud Continues to Impact Real Estate Industry

. By Jennifer Felten  Wire Fraud is unfortunately happening too often and sometimes with devastating results.  Everyone needs to become more aware and more vigilant against these criminals as everyone is at risk.  For example, Lori Sattler, an acting State Supreme Court justice in New York, was in the process of selling her Upper East […]

Sea Lions May Not Make the Best Neighbors: Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement (CONA) v. City of San Diego et. Al.

Sea Lions May Not Make the Best Neighbors: Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement (CONA) v. City of San Diego et. Al.

By Jennifer Felten California is known for its beautiful coastline with miles and miles of beaches.  But not all beaches are as inviting as others.  The case of Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement (“CONA”) versus the City of San Diego (“City”) calls into question the habitability of one such beach known as La Jolla Cove.  […]

A New Year Means New Tax Laws

A New Year Means New Tax Laws

By Jennifer Felten Each New Year brings many changes.  January first of each year is when many new laws take effect and December 31 is when many old ones expire.  Below are just a few new tax laws that are being considered or recently passed for 2017 that relate to real property ownership. At the […]

Yes, HOA Can Sell Property for Delinquent Fees

Yes, HOA Can Sell Property for Delinquent Fees

By Jennifer Felten Howard Rich purchased a single-family residence at an execution sale.  The execution sale was conducted to satisfy a judgment against Yung-Shen Steven Lee.  Rich was a third-party purchaser.  The plaintiff and judgement creditor was Spyglass Hill Community Association, the HOA which managed the residence where Lee lived.  After the sale, the trial […]

Schellinger Brothers, et al. v. James F. Cotter — Can’t Break That Contract

Schellinger Brothers, et al. v. James F. Cotter — Can’t Break That Contract

By Jennifer Felten This case involves the attempted acquisition of a 21-acre parcel in Sebastopol for the purpose of subdivisions.  The parties entered into a sales contract in 1998.  Consummation of the contract was conditioned upon the buyer obtaining approval for their subdivision map and a lot line adjustment from the city of Sebastopol.  Due […]

Trump’s taxes: NY Times and Washington Post stage a hit job

Trump’s taxes: NY Times and Washington Post stage a hit job

WASHINGTON, dosage October 2, medical 2016 – The Sunday headline in the New York Times, as well as a similar treatment in the Washington Post assert “Trump could have avoided paying taxes for 18 years, a report on tax records says.” This irresponsible headline and the speculative reporting that follows is simply a disgrace to […]

Mendoza pleads guilty to felony grand theft: To be sentenced to 7 years 4 months

Mendoza pleads guilty to felony grand theft: To be sentenced to 7 years 4 months
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