4th 🎆 Of July Celebration – #Irvine #FourthOfJuly 🇺🇸 #Home

4th of July

Variously known as the Fourth of July and Independence Day, July 4th has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution (1775-83). In June 1776, representatives of the 13 colonies then fighting in the revolutionary struggle weighed a resolution that would declare their independence from Great Britain. On July 2nd, the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence, and two days later its delegates adopted the Declaration of Independence, a historic document drafted by Thomas Jefferson. From 1776 until the present day, July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American independence, with typical festivities ranging from fireworks, parades and concerts to more casual family gatherings and barbecues.

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4th of July Events Around Orange County:

Orange County Register List of Events on the 4th

OrangeCounty.net Events

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Tustin CA Event

 

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🏡Remove Paint and Electronic Waste – #Irvine

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Moving isn’t one of the most enjoyable parts of the home purchase process. I have helped family members and friends during the move and cleanup and know first hand what is involved.

 

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While helping them sell and buy their new homes one thing I have noticed is that seller clients want to leave cans of paint behind for the buyers.
Sellers suggest that the new owners will use the paint for touch-ups and coloring of additional rooms along with future matching. I encourage the buyers I work with to have the paint removed from the home before they take possession because they are never going to use that paint.

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If a seller leaves you cans of paint for the above reasons, You can pickup all paint and electronics and take them to the following location in Irvine:


– Waste Management e-Waste WM

– City of Irvine Environmental Programs

Irvine has a great recycle center and you don’t even have to leave your car. Just pull up to the location and advise the person of the items in your trunk( kind of like drive-thru). If it’s paint you used for your own purpose then there is no charge. If you are dropping off 25 gallons of leftover paint then they know it’s not for personal use and it was a business ( so be prepared to pay). They don’t just take paint they take hazardous household waste including electronics.

Orange County Hazardous Waste Center Collection

There are four convenient centers located throughout Orange County that accept residential toxic waste. All of the centers are open Tuesday-Saturday 9a.m.-3p.m. and are closed on rainy days and holidays. Note: proof of Orange County residency is required.

Irvine Regional HHW Center Do not place in the trash bin
6411 Oak Canyon (adjacent to the City of Irvine O.S.F.)

Anaheim Regional HHW Center
1071 N. Blue Gum Street

Huntington Beach Regional HHW Center
17121 Nichols Street

San Juan Capistrano Regional HHW Center
32250 La Pata Avenue

For more information on any of the aforementioned centers or materials accepted, please contact Integrated Waste Management directly at (714) 834 – 4000 or by visiting www.oclandfills.com. Click here to download a pdf about HHW from OC Landfills.

 

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Considering to Buy vs. Rent – #Irvine #Home

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Keep Renting or Not?

Many people question themselves regarding whether they can afford to buy a home or should they continue to rent. With competition so high in local communities regarding school, education, home & car, should they follow family and friends and become a Home Owner or Not?

While there are many sides to both decisions and the final reasoning is what you know about your personal and financial situation, there are a few simple signs Why you should keep on renting?

 

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1. Uncertain about your Job – If you know your job will force you to relocate, Job instability and possible termination of short term contract then you can pretty much know Renting is the best option. Consider being an Investor if you have enough funds.

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2. Amount of Savings – From time to time you hear from Home builder or media about the low down payment options for home purchase, Mortgage Rate or low Introductory interest rates. If you do not have enough funds to put down substantial amount of down payment and your monthly payment along with taxes and HOA’s will be a drain on your financials then you are still ok to rent.

3. Home Ownership Responsibilities – Take the time to research home ownership along with all that comes with it. This is not like impulse buying at the mall for that Shoe or handbag. When you purchase a home you will have responsibility for all things related to the home. If you have broken pipes or a  damaged roof, its all your responsibility. Do you have available funds and the nerves to deal with fixing and maintaining your landscape, Sinks, Faucets, Garage door the list goes on. If you will stay up worrying about the clogged toilet, then you might want to rethink the concept of home ownership at this time and keep on renting.

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These are just a few guidelines to follow before making the big move into Home Ownership. The purpose of this post is not to deter you from buying a Home, even thought I would love to have you as a Client, but to make you aware of yourself and what your capabilities are before making the big jump.

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🏡Stage a Clean #Home – #Irvine

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Preparing your home is key to making sure you receive the best purchase offer possible.  This is one of the key responsibilities of a good Realtor. When choosing your Realtor make sure they plan to work with you from the beginning to the end. You need someone who knows how to Stage your home according to your budget and make it sell for best Dollar. One thing to keep in mind, spending thousands  of dollars on new furniture and appliances should not be your priority.

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Do not allow your Realtor to take pictures for Listing your home until you are ready and comfortable with the way your home looks.

Most buyers these days pretty much choose the home they will be buying via the internet Search. They will visit the home last just to confirm what they have seen. Buyers do not have the time and they prefer to do most of their research online, that is why you need to have quality staging followed by great photographs.

Here are some basic rules to keep in mind and implement:

1. Remove all clutter – you want your house to be seen and focused on rather than your belongings. Remove your personal belongings. Leave three items of varying heights on each surface For example, place a lamp, a small plant, and a book on an end table.

2. Furniture Placement – After #3, you need to rearrange the furniture to what is trending now. Ask you Realtor for assistance. This is one of her main duties to make sure the house looks good and furniture is placed properly around the house.

3. Furniture – Cut back on the furniture. If you have a lot of  items covering pretty much all of the living room corners, you know what you need to do.

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4. Clean the house – Do a Thorough cleaning of the house, if some touch of paint is required, get it done. Baseboards always can use some color.

5. Color – If you can add it to the budget add some color to some of the rooms. Use current fashion paint, visit home models or ask your Realtor for ideas.

6. Landscape – If you do have front/back yard make it look the best it can. Add some flowers and new soil along with lighting to the front of the house. If you have outdoor sitting, BBQ, Fireplace, make sure they are cleaned and up to par. Investment in a small fountain is not a bad idea.

 

 

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🏡 5 Things to Consider When Buying Your #Home – #Irvine

Always Remember: Neighberhood, School and Price

Always Remember: Neighborhood, School and Price

 

Few Secrets to Buying Your First Piece of Real Estate

Choosing where to live and work can be difficult specially if your are just getting started out of school and are starting a family. There are some basic simple rules to follow when you are deciding where to live and raise your children. These are simple and to the point so take a minute think how each will relate to your lifestyle and requirements.

 

1. Community – Basic conveniences, access to park and Entertainment, Family and School District

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2. Mortgage – Pick what you can afford
3. Inspect – Get a home inspector before buying a home
4. Decor – Look past the decor of the House you are looking at and imagine the house empty

5. Outside Influence – Keep the Decision making process limited to key few people

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Short Video showing you some basic Criteria to look for before Buying your Home

 

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🏡Homeowner Association Dues (HOA) – #Irvine

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How Homeowner Association Dues can affect Your Credit? If you live in a community with a homeowners’ association, you probably have to pay association dues. They can run anywhere from less than $100 a year to more than $1,000 a month, depending on the community. What happens if you don’t pay?
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What can HOA members do to protect themselves?

First thing to understand is Credit report items related to Homeowner Association Dues (HOA) do not show up on your credit report unless there is a problem.

The only way the credit reporting agencies get this information is via a negative reporting from a foreclosure or judgement. Many reporting agencies have people that comb through the public records for this kind of information, and this is usually the only other way this can show up on a homeowner’s credit report.
To avoid any credit damage from your HOA, try to make payment arrangement with the HOA and do whatever you can to get current.It is best to get started on this before the HOA Attorney receives your file for collection. This could and will result in Attorney fees and expenses.

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HOA payment obligations on a property are a legally binding promises between the Homeowner and the HOA and is enforceable under law.

If you are experiencing payments delay issues, monitor your credit report and get a free credit report once a year to see if anything shows up on your credit report. (CreditKarma.com) is a good source.

 

Prior to purchase of any home within an HOA, make sure you read and understand all restrictions and rules regarding your homeowner association.

 

Homeowner associations are responsible for much more than just payments. If you do not paint your home or take care of your Landscape they will send you fix it notice and an allotted time to take care of it. If you do not take care of these requests, plan to be paying large fines until you take care of them.
When searching for a home I always tell my clients to be aware of Homeowner Association Neighborhoods. Yes they are great to have for when you have a neighbor which wants to change their home color to Pink but at the same time you have to follow the rules and upkeep your home.

 

 

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🏡 Your Home Feng Shui – #Irvine #RealEstate

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Your Home Feng Shui

 

Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophical system of harmonizing everyone with the surrounding environment. The term feng shui literally translates as “wind-water” in English.

Getting started with feng shui for your house & home can be easy when you start with the house basics and gradually move on to the more complex feng shui levels.

This  by no means is the full guide to feng shui, but its some information I gathered since many of my real estate clients have interest in it. If you want to find more information and content regarding feng shui, you can search the internet, find a professionals who do feng shui as a living.

To help you get started with good feng shui in your home, here are some helpful feng shui house steps for beginners:

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  1. Clear Out Your Clutter, get rid of everything you do not love in your house. Clutter clearing is a time-and energy-consuming process that will feel like therapy, but it will help you “lighten up the load,” so to speak.
  2. Have Good Quality Air and Good Quality Light in your house. These two elements are essential for good feng shui energy (called Chi) in your home. Open the windows often, introduce feng shui air-purifying plants or use an air-purifier. Allow as much natural light as possible into your home, and consider using full-spectrum lights.
  3. Define the Bagua, or the feng shui energy map of your house, by using one of the two main feng shui methods – the classical school bagua or the BTB grid. Once you define the bagua, you will know which areas of your home are connected to specific areas of your life. For example, in traditional feng shui, the Southeast feng shui area of your home is connected to the flow of money energy in your life. (read more on Bagua click here)
  4. Get the Basics of 5 Feng Shui Elements in order to create balance and vibrant energy in all areas of your home. For example, if you are working on attracting more prosperity, you will introduce the feng shui elements of Wood and Water in the Southeast area of your house. If your need to improve your health, you will place lush wood feng shui element items, such as plants or pieces of wood furniture in the East area.
  5. Find Out Your Feng Shui Birth Element and create a home to nourish and support your energy. For example, if your own element is Fire, you need to introduce the expressions of Fire feng shui element, such as the Fire element colors (red, orange, purple, magenta, pink, yellow), triangular shapes, etc.
  6. Find Out Your Kua Number and Your Lucky Directions so that you can be energized by good energy from your best, or lucky feng shui directions. Adjust the position of your bed, your desk, the seating in your dining area, etc. For example, if your Kua number is 1, it is best to face one of the following directions: Southeast, East, South, and North.
  7. Always Be Mindful of the Feel of Your Home and how its energy influences your well-being. Make a habit of paying close attention to the so-called feng shui “trinity” that is deeply connected to your health – your bedroom, your bathroom and your kitchen. Nothing is static in the world of energy, so be wise and keep your home healthy and happy.

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Feng Shui cheat Sheet

 

 

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New Alternatives to wood-burning Fireplaces #Home – #Irvine

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 Alternatives to wood-burning fireplaces

With new laws in many cities banning wood burning fireplaces, the demand for clean burning units that run on biothanol, isopropyl alcohol or simply plug into wall outlets has boomed.

Having a fireplace is a real luxury item and aesthetically adds to the look of a residence.  Many people still are in love with fireplaces but we all need to think about the environment as well.

Here are a few ideas for those of you who would love to still have a fireplace but leave a green foot print on our environment.

Nu-Flame a company that makes a vent less fireplace that uses biothanol as fuel is really big in the East and West Coasts where many of people have a high demand for aesthetically appealing fireplaces.  As you can see from the pictures below they are clean, modern and sleek.

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Ventless fireplaces

These type of fireplaces do not require any chimney or gas lines.  They are more ideal for lets see apartments and condos or smaller units.  You can place them actually almost anywhere in the home.

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These just a few of the options out on the market that you have to get that luxurious look into your house without the carbon foot print left on our planet.  I love the look of these new fireplaces because you can replace any and all fireplaces with this look and it will go with any home decor.

Fire has always been in one way or another a design element and now can add to anyone’s home decor.

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🏡How to Save on #HOME Closing Costs – #Irvine

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Typically you can expect to pay anywhere from 2% to 5% on the price of the home as closing costs.
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Purchasing a property will always have certain costs associated with it. These costs are called the closing costs and are normal and customary for a home purchase, although some will differ from one state to another,  but the components of closing costs are pretty much uniform regardless of which part of the country you live in.

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Closing costs are made up of:

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(depending on the transaction you might or might not be responsible for all of the above)

A standard closing cost will usually run you about 2% to 5% of the purchase price of the home. Assume you are buying a $800,000.00 home in Southern California, The Closing costs can be a substantial amount if the range is between $16,000.00 to $35,000.00. These amounts are affected during the price negotiations and the offer process for your home. There are several things you can do to save money on your closing costs and here are few examples of them.

1. Negotiation Process:
during the offer process you have to negotiate with the seller. Find out what your estimated costs will be and make sure you try to build some or all of it into the offer. The payment of all closing costs can be a very important part of the negotiation with the seller. This can vary depending on what kind of a Real Estate market you are in. The Sellers motivation to sell and their timing is also very important. Know why they are selling. Do some work and find out why they are selling. Having some facts can help you in the offer process and come out ahead at the end.

2. Shopping:
prior to making the offer for your dream home, do some research and shop for your closing costs. Mortgage rates are not the only item you need to shop for. Everything from Inspection to Title insurance you can do some shopping around and ask for best prices. This can be a great way to save money. One peace of information you might want to keep in mind, is that the seller has the right to choose the Title and Escrow company.

3. Community:
different communities around the country will have closing costs which are higher and lower depending on the locality of the property. Many high-tax areas of the country have much higher closing costs which will get you toward the upper end of the range 5% to 6%. Some areas will have flat rates on certain parts of closing costs like Title insurance or Escrow fees. Take the time and ask around in your community, friends and family, Realtor advice always helps too. Its always best to research the estimates close to your community, better doing some research, rather than blindly assuming a wrong number as the basis for your closing costs.

4. Timing the Closing Schedule.
It is suggested to try and keep the closing date toward the end of the month. It might seem like penny pinching but every penny will count towards how much you will end up paying for your home. Bottom line many lenders assess a charge between the settlement date and the last day of the month. This is to cover the lenders fees and compensate the lender before you will be paying the full principal and interest payment the following month after closing. Even if a nominal amount is involved this cost can be reduced by a good margin if you schedule your closing toward the end of the month.

5. Full checkup.
make sure you get a good faith estimate right up front. Between the initial good faith and final closing the Escrow, title and others tend to add additional fees and expect you to not notice it. Always compare your Good faith estimate with your final cost sheet and make sure the numbers are what you had initially been promised. If you do see a significant price change on any line item make sure you have access to a good Real Estate Attorney and keep all your legal options open.

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Don’t let the process stop you from getting a deal on your next home purchase. Do not be embarrassed to negotiate on the price or costs. If the tables were turned they would be asking or the kitchen sink. So make sure you work on your skills, information gathering techniques and remember if you don’t ask for it the seller will not be offering you any price breaks.

 

 

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