Anaheim, CA Real Estate News

By John Lockwood
(Lockwood Real Estate)
I had posted quite a few pictures from my recent Disney trip to Anaheim recently.  Granted, some of them were pertty lame, but a lot of them were only as lame as some of Brad Andersohn's lame Disney / Anaheim photos.  Clearly someone flagged the lot of them and removed them for some reason.Maybe they were too big.Maybe Donald Duck did it.  He always had it out for Mickey Mouse.Here's one of the offendending photos now. This is my motivational coach.If you know where the rest of the photos went, drop me a note. 
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By Lynda Eisenmann, Broker-Owner,CRS,GRI,SRES, Brea,CA, Orange Co
(Preferred Home Brokers)
Anaheim California celebrates the 2007 Stanley Cup Champions the Mighty Ducks! The USPS honors the 2007 Stanley Cup Champions the Anaheim Ducks by issuing a Stanley Cup postmark on two pictorial commemorative envelopes.Envelopes are available beginning today June 18th, 2007. You can find these these collectible envelopes at the  the Sunkist Station the USPS Post Office at 2320 E. Lincoln Avenue.  The Sunkist Station has officially been designated (for a limited time) the "Stanley Cup Station". In addition to the collectible envelopes the USPS has created a special postmark graphic of the Stanley Cup. This postmark will be affixed free of charge at the Sunkist Station until July 6th. If you're a Duck fan, not since Walt Disney brought the world famous Disneyland to the orange groves of t...
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By Marlene Bridges, Laguna Homes|Laguna Condos|Laguna Real Estate
(Village Real Estate Services, Inc.)
Downtown Disney  is located in the center of the Disney California Resort adjacent to the original Disneyland and the more recent California Adventure.  It's a great  place to begin your adventure in the Magic Kingdom.  There are three hotels that are adjacent to Downtown Disney - The Original Disneyland Hotel, the opulent, mission-style Disney's Grand Californian and Paradise Pier Hotel.  There are three ways to get to the main gates of the two theme parks.  You can walk, ride the aerial tram, or take the ground trams.  All are great ways to begin, but I recommend either of the trams so you can save your  feet for walking the two theme parks.  There are lots of things to see and do during the day in Downtown Disney.  So, if you're taking a break from the theme parks you can grab a bite...
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By Aaron Kelly, Realtor - North Orange County
(RE/MAX of North Orange County)
Memorial Day Fireworks in Anaheim Angels StadiumDon't miss this opportunity to support our local team and see an amazing fireworks show this Memorial Day. I just grabbed 8 tickets at the box office for left field. The Angels are in first place in the American League West, and the Seattle Mariners are always a great team to beat. Go Angels!! 
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By Ron Holborn, Commercial & SFR, Anaheim CA, Real Estate & Short
(Short Sales, Foreclosures, Rentals, Income Real Estate)
Downtown Disney is a great place for dining as well as night time excitement. My two favorite places are ESPN Zone and House of Blues. Downtown Disney is located just outside the theme park less then half a mile.  You will need to pay for parking but it is free to go to into the resort. Some of the newest theatres run by AMC are also there.    ESPN Zone  Inside ESPN Zone bar  Downtown Disney @ night, very cool  in the daylight  House of Blues  
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By Aaron Kelly, Realtor - North Orange County
(RE/MAX of North Orange County)
Disney vs. The City of Anaheim?Has anyone been keeping up on the fight over a piece of land in the resort area of Anaheim? Several members of the city council are trying to make Disney look like the bad guy because there is a recent plan to put low income housing right in the middle of the Anaheim resort area (I think they want to make it into a trailer park). The Mayor, Curt Pringle, is on the side of Disney because he realizes the importance of creating an upscale image in the new downtown Anaheim area. That resort area is only 5% of the land mass of the city of Anaheim but it produces 50% of the revenue for the city. Why are some of the city council members trying to put up low income housing in the middle of a resort area? There is a recent petition going around so that Anaheim resi...
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