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Found 4 blog entries tagged as "getcoastal".

Air Conditioning

 

Here in Southern California our summers get hot and your air conditioner will get some use. When you buy a home do you need a brand new air conditioner unit or is the old one fine? Sit down with David Feldberg a long time broker in Southern California and listen to what he has to say. 

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203 Carmine

Diane has incredible REPEAT clients! For this lease, she represented the tenants. They were looking for a lovely neighborhood in the new upscale Great Park neighborhood in Irvine. It's an ultra-modern 4 bedroom, 3 and 1/2 bath detached condo, located near the Parasol Park in the Great Park Community in Irvine. The main floor is bright and airy with a great-room concept featuring a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a huge kitchen island and upgraded counter with backsplash. The Great Park community has a three gorgeous community pools including a Jr., Olympic pool for doing laps, spas, water park, cabana's sport courts, BBQ area, outdoor kitchen, club house and a huge resort-like park that includes a giant treehouse, giant chess set and

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1107 Abelia

Another win for Coastal Real Estate Group!  Diane just sold a beautiful property in Irvine!

This town home is Private! Private! Private! It is the LARGEST & LOWEST PRICED one MASTER SUITE home with 2 CAR-GARAGE in Irvine!! It has an OPEN, BRIGHT & spacious floor plan! A one-of-a kind MASTER bedroom with an extensive Master Bathroom featuring dual vanities, soaking tub, separate shower, and a HUGE WALK-IN CLOSET! It also has a beautiful UPGRADED KITCHEN with GRANITE COUNTER tops, stainless steel appliances and upgraded cabinets! In is in an EXCELLENT CENTRAL LOCATION with easy access to 405, 5, 55 & 261 freeways. Close to “The District” entertainment & shopping center, John Wayne Airport, UCI, Hiking trails and the beach. It boasts TOP-OF-THE LINE

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Job Growth
Local shopping centers are busy. Freeway traffic is heavy. Homes sell briskly despite high prices. And landlords continue to raise rents.

So how could Orange County job growth be so anemic, according to employment statistics released monthly by the state?

The answer might just be here: Job growth looks to be more than double what we think it is.

When we read an article on the Orange County Register, written by Jonathan Lansner, we saw that he had federal employment statistics, that were released Tuesday, Dec. 5, into his trusty spreadsheet, finding that Orange County employment is rising at a 2.2 percent annual rate in 2017’s first six months. It’s a sharp contrast to the state’s comparable monthly data that show job growth averaging a post-recession low of a…
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