This property sold for the highest square foot in Corona and Cameo Highlands, EVER!
Nestled alongside Pelican Hill Resort Golf Course, this single-level upgraded home is prominently positioned in the sought-after section of Corona Highlands. A nearly 10,000 sq. ft. flat lot presents opportunities to expand, build a dream home, or enjoy the charming home while planning for the future. Entering through the welcoming front porch with a dutch door, the spacious light & bright living room/great room features original finished hardwood flooring, an elegant fireplace, & french doors leading to the entertainer's deck & rear grounds beyond. The finely appointed kitchen boasts exquisite marble counters, Shaws farmhouse sink, & Viking stove w/hood.
If you’re following along with the news today, you’ve likely heard about rising inflation. You’re also likely feeling the impact in your day-to-day life as prices go up for gas, groceries, and more. These rising consumer costs can put a pinch on your wallet and make you re-evaluate any big purchases you have planned to ensure they’re still worthwhile.
If you’ve been thinking about purchasing a home this year, you’re probably wondering if you should buy a home or if it makes more sense to wait. While the answer depends on your situation, here’s how homeownership can help you combat the rising costs that come with inflation.
Homeownership offers stability and security
Investopedia explains that during a period of high
Beach close condo sold! Upper 1 bedroom 1 bath home with covered parking. Just a short jaunt down the street or the bike path to Doheny State Beach and the Dana Point Harbor. Close to restaurants, shopping, and more! Large balcony off the living room. Vaulted ceilings. Full-size washer/dryer hookups off the balcony. Nice interior location close to parking!
Many consumers are wondering what will happen with home values over the next few years. Some are concerned that the recent run-up in home prices will lead to a situation similar to the housing crash 15 years ago.
However, experts say the market is totally different today. For example, Odeta Kushi, deputy chief economist at First American, tweeted just last week on this issue:
“. . . We do need price appreciation to slow today (it’s not sustainable over the long run) but high price growth today is supported by fundamentals- short supply, lower rates & demographic demand. And we are in a much different & safer space: better credit quality, low DTI [debt-to-income] & tons of equity. Hence, a crash in prices is very
Buckle up. This spring market is going to be a busy one. Homes are selling fast, and inventory just can’t keep up with the demand. But there are still some big questions surrounding the housing market right now holding back a lot of buyers and sellers.
Will we see more inventory this spring?
For the last number of decades, the real estate market has been broken down into seasons with spring reigning as the best time to sell a home. Traditionally, that’s how it’s been. But there’s a big shift happening now. Recent years have seen that seasonality blur as more and more people decide to buy or sell a home no matter what time of year it is. What we do know is that while we’ll probably see more homes hit the market this spring,