Chino, CA Real Estate News

By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
Something Grows Every Season Statue ReceptionThe public is invited to attend the presentation of the City of Chino's newest public art piece in downtown Chino - the "Something Grows Every Season" statue.  View the statue up close and meet the Designer, Don Wakefield on Tuesday, December 18 at 6:00 pm.  Event to be held at the statue site located in the parking lot between the Senior Center and the Library.  Refreshments and a Meet & Greet with the artist to follow the reception. ( View PDF ) David HoodKeller Williams Realty Chino Hills Ca Real EstateOffice Phone: (877) 380-7992 Cell Phone: (909) 972-5569 Visit our web site TeamHoodSells.comSearch Active Listings Are You Moving into the Area    
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For Immediate Release December 06, 2007 CONTACT: mailto:corprel@freddiemac.comor (703) 903-3933 LOWER HOUSING PRICES, PERSONAL SPENDING, AND INCOME HELP TO LOWER MORTGAGE RATESOnly 1-Year ARM Continues to Tick UpwardMcLean, VA - Freddie Mac (NYSE:FRE) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®) in which the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 5.96 percent with an average 0.4 point for the week ending December 6, 2007, down from last week when it averaged 6.10 percent as well. Last year at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 6.11 percent. The 30-year FRM has not been lower since the week ending September 29, 2005, when it averaged 5.91 percent.The 15-year FRM this week averaged 5.65 percent with an average 0.5 point, down from last week when it averag...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
For Immediate Release December 04, 2007 CONTACT: corprel@freddiemac.com or (703) 903-3933 NATIONAL HOME VALUES FALL IN THIRD QUARTERLargest Quarterly Drop in 25 YearsMcLean, VA - Freddie Mac (NYSE: FRE) announced today that its Conventional Mortgage Home Price Index (CMHPI) Classic Series registered a 1.3 percent drop in U.S. home values during the third quarter of 2007 on an annualized basis, down from a revised second quarter 2007 annualized rate of 0.5 percent and the largest decline in 25 years. Over the year ending with the third quarter, home values appreciated 1.9 percent on average, down from the 7.8 percent growth over the same period a year earlier. The CMHPI Classic Series includes data from both home purchase transactions and mortgage refinancings based on appraisals. Freddi...
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By Doug Beaver, Corona Norco Eastvale Riverside Homes
(Century 21 Olde Tyme)
October  2007 Comparison to October 2006October             Average Price            Average Price TrendOctober 07 # Sold                        2007                   200633                         $483,950             $532,614         -9.1%San Bernardino County Homes for Sale Monthly Totals:October   07 # Sold                     2007                      20061683                   $306,563                $350,382        -12.5%Closed Residential Resale Transactions As Reported By Dataquick Information Services. I post this information monthly so you can keep up with trends in a few select cities in San Bernardino County. I always post the cities of Ontario, Chino, Chino Hills, Fontana and Rancho Cucmonga as a comparison with the specific city as well. Brought to you by: Doug Beaver Co...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
City of ChinoPublic Information Office13220 Central AvenueChino, CA 91710(909) 627-7577 11/13/2007FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPRESS RELEASE #11-05Subject :Chino Police Department to Launch C.A.R.E. ProgamContact :Michelle Van Der Linden, Public Information Officer, Administration    909-591-9803    mvanderlinden@cityofchino.orgStarting tomorrow morning, Traffic Officers from the Chino Police Department will team up with personnel from the Union Pacific Railroad in a continuing effort to prevent collisions at rail crossings within the City.  This joint enforcement effort will be conducted along Chino Avenue between Central and Yorba Avenues.  Officers will be looking for motorists who do not obey the flashing red lights at train crossings or come to a stop atop railroad tracks.     Previous enf...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
City of ChinoPublic Information Office13220 Central AvenueChino, CA 91710(909) 627-7577 11/27/2007FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPRESS RELEASE #11-08Subject :The Chino Youth Christmas Parade/Fair is Coming to TownContact :Michelle Van Der Linden, Public Information Officer, Administration    909-591-9803    mvanderlinden@cityofchino.orgMake sure you mark your calendars for the upcoming Chino Youth Christmas Parade and Fair taking place next Saturday, December 8th.   As in years past, the parade will step off at 9:00 am at Ramona Avenue and Riverside Drive and continue down Central Avenue, ending at City Hall near Chino Avenue.  The Christmas Fair, located near City Hall, will kick off immediately following the parade and will feature entertainment, carnival rides, games and delicious food.  A cra...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
Press ReleaseCity of ChinoPublic Information Office13220 Central AvenueChino, CA 91710(909) 627-7577 11/27/2007FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPRESS RELEASE #11-07Subject :Officers of the Chino Police Department Continue the Fight to Keep Chino Free of GraffitiContact :Michelle Van Der Linden, Public Information Officer, Administration    909-591-9803    mvanderlinden@cityofchino.orgOfficers of the Chino Police Department arrested two minors last Saturday morning at approximately 10:30 am on vandalism and burglary charges after they tagged a state highway sign on the corner of Ramona and Schaefer Avenues.  When Officers arrived at the scene, the suspects ran but were quickly taken into custody without further incident.  The Officers discovered seven brand new paint markers on the youths and found ...
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By Ila Josephs, Ila Josephs, Real Estate Broker
(Tarbell, Realtors)
"You listen to the news and it seems like everyone is moving out of California or losing their house" to foreclosure, said a friend. "It's really a small percentage of homes that are for sale now," I retorted, and we went for a drive. You know what happened. On some streets in every city, there were a number of houses for sale. But on those same streets, a larger number of homes were NOT for sale. My curiosity was piqued, however, so I went in search of statistics showing just how many households there are in the cities in my service area. On Board, a real estate information company, says there are 22,766 households in the city of Chino. That includes apartments as well as homes, condominiums and town homes.  (If you're curious too, you can find the number of households On Board reports...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
For Immediate Release November 13, 2007 CONTACT: corprel@freddiemac.com or (703) 903-3933 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF LA RAZA TO OFFER CREDITSMART® HOMEOWNERSHIP PRESERVATION MATERIALSSuccessful Long-Term Homeownership Begins with Consumer EducationPhoenix, AZ - Homeownership counseling and education are more important now than ever given the recent rise in mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures. Freddie Mac (NYSE: FRE), one of the nation's largest investors in residential mortgages, and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the nation's largest Hispanic advocacy organization, are continuing their tradition of working together by educating Latinos in the Phoenix area on all aspects of homeownership, from maintenance to financial management and foreclosure prevention.This year Freddie Mac (NY...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
For Immediate Release November 26, 2007 CONTACT: corprel@freddiemac.com or (703) 903-3933 FREDDIE MAC STATEMENT ON 2008 LOAN LIMITSMcLean, VA - Freddie Mac's loan purchase limits for 2008 are unchanged from those in effect for 2007. Loan purchase limits set the maximum original loan amounts allowed on single-family conventional mortgages Freddie Mac can purchase. The loan limits for first mortgages are:$417,000 for mortgages on one-family properties; $533,850 for mortgages on two-family properties; $645,300 for mortgages on three-family properties; and $801,950 for mortgages on four-family properties. Maximum original loan amounts are 50 percent higher for first mortgages on properties in Alaska, Hawaii, Guam and the US Virgin Islands, according to Freddie Mac's charter.The loan limit f...
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CASH-OUT REFINANCE SHARE RISES IN THIRD QUARTERDollar Volume of Equity Cashed-Out Falls to $60.1 BillionMcLean, VA - In the third quarter of 2007, 87 percent of Freddie Mac-owned loans that were refinanced resulted in new mortgages with loan amounts that were at least five percent higher than the original mortgage balances, according to Freddie Mac's quarterly refinance review. The revised share for the second quarter of 2007 was 84 percent."Thirty-year fixed conforming mortgage rates averaged 6.7 percent in July, the highest level thus far this year, before easing in the latter half of the quarter" said Frank Nothaft, Freddie Mac vice president and chief economist. "At the same time, rates on jumbo mortgages became relatively much more expensive compared to conforming rates, rising to ...
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For Immediate Release November 29, 2007 CONTACT: mailto:corprel@freddiemac.comor (703) 903-3933 LONG-TERM MORTGAGE RATES FALL AGAIN THIS WEEK 30-Year Rates Are Lowest In More Than Two YearsMcLean, VA -Freddie Mac (NYSE:FRE) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®) in which the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 6.10 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week ending November 29, 2007, down from last week when it averaged 6.20 percent as well. Last year at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 6.14 percent. The 30-year FRM has not been lower since the week ending October 13, 2005, when it averaged 6.03 percent.The 15-year FRM this week averaged 5.73 percent with an average 0.5 point, down from last week when it averaged 5.83 percent. A year ago a...
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By Ila Josephs, Ila Josephs, Real Estate Broker
(Tarbell, Realtors)
Thanksgiving and the shopping sprint that followed may have dampened the enthusiasm of some home shoppers, but those determined to change addresses before the end of the year continued to seek out "open house" signs and followed flags into new developments. Most new-construction models were closed for Thanksgiving, but open again on Friday morning. In Chino, two homes closed escrow and two homes entered escrow during the week ending Nov. 25, the Inland Multi-Regional Multiple Listing Service reported. The MLS said 18 new listings were added for a total inventory of 466 homes on Nov. 26, including 302 single-family homes with no monthly fees and 164 condominiums, townhomes and single-family homes in associations.   Thousands of home owners whose mortgages were scheduled to reset to high ...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
HOME SALES REPORTBeginning Date: 01/01/2007Board Number: AllEnding Date: 01/01/2007City: CHHArea: AllPrice Range: $0 - ALL Single Family Sales - Residential Other StatisticsPrice ClassBedrooms  2 OR Less34 Or More Condo SoldResidential ActiveCondo Active$0 - $99,9990 0 0  0 4 0 $100,000 - $149,9990 0 0  0 0 0 $150,000 - $199,9990 0 0  0 0 0 $200,000 - $249,9990 0 0  0 0 0 $250,000 - $299,9990 0 0  0 0 3 $300,000 - $324,9990 0 0  0 0 1 $325,000 - $349,9990 0 0  0 3 3 $350,000 - $374,9990 0 0  0 5 3 $375,000 - $399,9990 0 0  0 6 4 $400,000 - $424,9990 0 0  0 6 2 $425,000 - $449,9990 0 0  0 16 0 $450,000 - $474,9990 0 0  0 11 2 $475,000 - $499,9990 0 0  0 15 0 $500,000 - $549,9990 0 0  0 24 0 $550,000 - $599,9990 0 0  0 24 0 $600,000 - $649,9990 0 0  0 18 0 $650,000 - $699,9990 0 0  0 16 0...
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City of Chino Thanks Local Military Personnel for Their ServiceLet the City acknowledge your active duty military service to our country through the Armed Forces Banner Program.  See the link below for additional program details and order form and contact Edie Stassi-Garcia for additional information at 909-464-8363. David HoodKeller Williams Realty Chino Hills Ca Real EstateOffice Phone: (877) 380-7992 Cell Phone: (909) 972-5569 Visit our web site Chino Real EstateSearch Active Listings Are You Moving into the Area?  
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
Youth Christmas Parade and FairThe City of Chino's Annual Youth Christmas Parade and Fair will take place on Saturday, December 8th.  The parade will step off at Riverside and Yorba Avenues at 9:00 am and will end at City Hall.  The Fair will begin near City Hall at 11:00 and will offer something for everyone with a variety of craft and food vendors, carnival rides, games and much more.    For more info, please call 909-591-9822 or 909-591-9834. David HoodKeller Williams Realty Chino Hills Ca Real EstateOffice Phone: (877) 380-7992 Cell Phone: (909) 972-5569 Visit our web site Chino Real EstateSearch Active Listings Are You Moving into the Area?
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
Tree Lighting Ceremony at City HallCome and join the fun on Tuesday, December 4th, when the Chino Community Chorus kicks off the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on the lawn at City Hall with some holiday favorites.  After the Chorus, the City Council will "count down" and turn on the holiday lights that will decorate City Hall for the season.  Santa shows up so bring your camera too!    David HoodKeller Williams Realty Chino Hills Ca Real EstateOffice Phone: (877) 380-7992 Cell Phone: (909) 972-5569 Visit our web site Chino Real EstateSearch Active Listings Are You Moving into the Area?
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
HOME SALES REPORTBeginning Date: 01/01/2007Board Number: AllEnding Date: 11/23/2007City: CHArea: AllPrice Range: $0 - ALL Single Family Sales - Residential Other StatisticsPrice ClassBedrooms  2 OR Less34 Or More Condo SoldResidential ActiveCondo Active$0 - $99,9990 0 0  0 2 0 $100,000 - $149,9990 0 0  0 0 0 $150,000 - $199,9990 0 0  0 1 3 $200,000 - $249,9990 0 0  3 1 1 $250,000 - $299,9990 0 0  2 0 9 $300,000 - $324,9990 0 0  1 1 1 $325,000 - $349,9991 0 0  2 3 1 $350,000 - $374,9991 2 0  1 3 0 $375,000 - $399,9991 0 0  1 20 3 $400,000 - $424,9990 1 0  1 12 0 $425,000 - $449,9990 7 4  0 21 0 $450,000 - $474,9990 3 5  0 28 0 $475,000 - $499,9991 5 4  0 20 0 $500,000 - $549,9991 3 8  0 18 0 $550,000 - $599,9990 2 7  0 11 0 $600,000 - $649,9990 0 2  0 4 0 $650,000 - $699,9990 0 2  0 12 0...
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By David Hood
(Chino Valley Real Estate)
This is a very special time of the year a time to give thanks with our families and friends and count the many blessings in our lives. I hope your day is filled with filled with laughs, happy times and great memories. If your football team is playing hope they get a win.We at Team Hood sincerely hope your Thanksgiving Day is filled with love and Joy.Sincerely,David HoodKeller Williams Realty Chino Hills Ca Real EstateOffice Phone: (877) 380-7992 Cell Phone: (909) 972-5569 Visit our web site Chino Real EstateSearch Active Listings Are You Moving into the Area?       
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By Ila Josephs, Ila Josephs, Real Estate Broker
(Tarbell, Realtors)
Twenty single-family homes were sold in Chino during October, with a median price of $457,000, according to DQ News, which charts changes in the sales price of single-family homes and condominiums. The company said the median price declined 13 percent from October. 2006. Five Chino condos were sold in October, DQ News said, with a median price of $360,000, a 2.7 percent drop from October 2006.In Chino, 14 new listings were added in the week ending Nov. 18, according to the Inland Multi-Regional Multiple Listing Service, which said a total of 469 homes were offered for sale on Nov. 18, including 305 single-family homes with no monthly fees and 164 condominiums, townhomes and single-family homes in associations. Fifty-two homes were reportedly in escrow on Nov. 18, according to the MLS.Ho...
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