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Using Your ADU as a Rental? Here’s What You Need to Know

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Have you been thinking about using your ADU as a rental unit, but you’re just not sure where to start? The potential earnings and benefits of renting your ADU are endless, but given that every city has its own ADU zoning restrictions, HOA regulations, and building laws, actually renting out the unit can be difficult. For example, laws surrounding rental ADUs from Los Angeles, CA are completely different from the laws in Houston, TX.

To help you learn more, we reached out to ADU experts to share their best advice and tips about using your ADU as a rental unit. Keep reading to see what they had to say.

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Things to Know When Relocating to Carmel

Things to Know When Relocating to CarmelOver the last three years many Americans have been relocating to completely brand new areas for several different reasons. One of the best places to relocate is the city of Carmel in California.

The process of relocating can be uncertain, a lot more work as compared to a shorter distance to move, stressful at times, and maybe a little bit scary. Even moving to one of the most beautiful cities in America like Carmel. If you are considering a move to Carmel here is some helpful information about the area as well as a few tips about moving long distances.

Some information about Carmel California

The weather is great

The state of California is very large in terms of both population and landmass. Because of its size in terms of taking up geographical space, there are many different climates and microclimates all across the state. Not every location in California is going to be the cliché warm and perfectly sunny 24/seven climate.

The nice thing about Carmel is that its temperatures do not hit the extreme highs that many of the locations in southern California are known for. It is a much milder climate here in Carmel. The average high summer temperatures hit somewhere around the mid-70s. And an average low winter temperature is somewhere around the mid-40s. For the majority of the year, the temperature is between the high 50s and the mid-60s. This means that the weather stays fairly consistent in the middle and comfortable range in Carmel.

The atmosphere

Carmel is home to the most beautiful and stunning nature views in the state of California. It is located right on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. One of the biggest draws to relocating to this beachy...

How Escrow is Beneficial to Both Buyers and Sellers

What is Escrow?How Escrow is Beneficial to Both Buyers and Sellers

If you have ever dealt with buying or selling real estate you have probably heard the term escrow before. If you have never purchased a home this term may have you asking, "What is Escrow?"

Where real estate is concerned escrow is an account used as a secure holding place for important items like the earnest money check and all applicable contracts. These items are kept by an escrow company and the company stores each property's details in a separate account until the purchase deal has officially closed and finalized. 

Escrow also refers to the contractual agreement to have a third party keep all escrow documents safe through the oversight of an escrow officer. 

How Does Escrow Work?

An escrow agent, which is a third-party assigned agent usually from a closing company, is assigned to the transaction and is there to oversee the steps of the closing process to make sure things are in order and running smoothly. This can include the transfer of money and documents as well as holding assets like money and payments safely in the escrow account until they are due to be released for payment.

When all of the conditions of the purchase contract have been met and the mortgage has been fully approved, the closing costs have been paid, money has been transferred to pay off the current mortgage, and a check is written for profit to the sellers, the escrow officer will clear all records like the titles and make sure the new buyer is the new legal owner of the home.

How Much Will Escrow Cost?

The cost of escrow varies depending upon...

Starting a Vacation Rental Business: A Step-By-Step Guide

If you’ve been thinking about starting a vacation rental business, it’s never been a better time to do so. Global News Wire reports that the industry is expected to grow to $11.3 trillion net worth in the next ten years. Confused about where to start? Property in Santa Cruz shares a step-by-step guide to running a vacation rental below!Starting a Vacation Rental Business A Step-By-Step Guide

Do Your Homework

There’s a lot to think about when you invest in real estate. Here are some key factors you need to research before launching your business.

  • Pricing and demand: Research what similar properties in your preferred area are charging and the kind of vacation home that is preferred to maximize your chances of beating the competition.
  • Business model: From sole ownership and property management to arbitrage or working with a subcontractor - pick the right business model for your needs.
  • Business plan: A solid business plan will include your USP, target audience, opportunities for growth, and critical selling strategies.

Factor in Your Costs

Running a rental can be pricey, so you’ll need a clear idea of...

Renting vs Buying – Which Is Better?

Homeownership has long been a sign of success, but comparing renting to buying isn't all that clear-cut. Renting is less capital intensive, and it gives you the freedom to move when you please. Buying a home will help you build equity and wealth. There are many financial implications and lifestyle factors you should consider when you're making the choice of whether to rent or buy. Learn more so you can make the best decision for yourself.

OWNINGRenting vs Buying – Which Is Better

Buying a house is a serious step in your life and you need to consider all the problems you may face and review the advantages you get with your own property. There are plenty of reasons to buy or not to buy a house, but let's highlight the key points that should help you understand whether you’re ready to buy your own property. Home equity is the difference in the market value of your home and how much you owe.

Owning a house is, first of all, a huge investment. Even if you’re not pulling your equity loan, there is always a chance to sell your house later for a better price. The imputed rental income that you receive as a homeowner is not taxed. On top of that, you can deduct your mortgage interest and property tax payments from your federal taxable income.

Owning a house gives you real improvement freedom. There is no landlord who says what you can and cannot do while decorating and improving your house. Renovate your property or completely redesign your bath, you can do whatever you want with your own place. This is something worth paying for. Unfortunately, despite the freedom mentioned above, when you take a mortgage for a house, you’re stuck with this particular place for a long...

Summer in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz has many fun activities to keep you and your little ones entertained all summer long. Besides the apparent beach-going and water activities, there are many other things to explore.

The Museum of Art and History, located conveniently in the heart of downtown, features a variety of activities and attractions during the summer months. Exhibits are fun for the whole family and change every few weeks.

Best things to do in Summer in Santa Cruz

The Santa Cruz skating rink is located in midtown. You can bring your kids for a few hours of skating or reserve the whole space for birthday parties and special events.

Seymour Marine Discovery Center

The Seymour Marine Discovery Center is dedicated to raising awareness about how to care for the world’s oceans. You can take your family on a tour of a real marine research facility. You can pet sharks, see moon jellies, and admire a life-size sculpture of a gray whale.

You can also jump aboard a 60-foot luxury charter boat and get ready to look for sea creatures in style. From May to November, look out for humpback whales, which make Monterey Bay their feeding ground. December through April, be prepared to see gray whales. The tours last three to four hours and are narrated by the ship crew.

 Santa Cruz Derby Girls...

Relocating Out Of State

Are you planning to move out of state? This is no easy task. Generally, when you are planning to cross the state line, it seems like there are too many priorities on your checklist to accomplish. There is no doubt that moving is hard, and it seems the farther you go, the harder it becomes. Interstate moves are characterized by a set of challenges that make them more complicated. Whether you are relocating to another state to take up a job or you want to move closer to your family, or you want to change the environment for some personal reasons; whatever may be your reasons, out-of-state moves require proper planning.

Craft a Plan for Moving
Create a high-level master plan of how you’ll organize your move. Figure out how much money you can spend while moving out of state. Can you transport any of your belongings in your own car or rental truck, or will you leave everything to professional movers? If you’re planning a DIY move, you’ll want to look into the cost of renting a moving truck.

Make a list of any friends or family members who could help you with moving out of state. If you’re driving some of your belongings yourself, how much time do you have to reach your new home? Will you take out a moving insurance policy? The key to this first step is to prepare the big plans first so you don’t get bogged down in the nitty-gritty details down the line.

Get Rid of Stuff Before You Move
Take inventory of everything that you’ll bring to your new place, being sure to focus on the things you really need, like your dishes and a bed frame. Moving out of state can get very expensive very quickly, so you’ll want to keep costs under control by only moving these necessities.

Secure Housing and Employment
While it might not always be possible, moving out of state after you have a job lined up will take a huge load off. How do you find...

12 of the Best Beaches in Santa Cruz

Best Beaches in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz County is home to some of the best beaches on the West Coast. There are miles of uninterrupted sand with beautiful sunsets. Santa Cruz beaches have something for everyone. Some are favorites with tourists due to proximity to hotels and shopping while others tend to be local favorites. Here are some of the best Santa Cruz beaches to visit.12 of the Best Beaches in Santa Cruz

MAIN/COWELL’S BEACH
Main Beach is the beach in front of the Santa Cruz Boardwalk. Cowell’s Beach is Main Beach’s neighbor to the north, just on the opposite side of the wharf.

ITS BEACH (DOG BEACH)
Often referred to as Dog Beach, Its Beach does technically allow dogs, but they’re supposed to be on leashes and only on the beach at certain hours.

NATURAL BRIDGES BEACH
Natural Bridges is home to picturesque views, photo ops, and tide-pooling., Natural Bridges State Park is best known for playing host to thousands of Monarch Butterflies who migrate here each fall.

AÑO NUEVO STATE PARK
The beach at Año Nuevo State Park is located in the picturesque town of Pescadero, the beach is most known for its protected colony of elephant seals that migrate specifically to this spot each year.

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Why Should You Move to Santa Cruz?

Considering a Move to Santa Cruz?

GREAT! Here's why!

Why Should You Move to Santa Cruz

There are very few places where you can surf world-class waves before breakfast, hike among giant redwoods in the morning, enjoy a gourmet organic lunch, and work on your Ph.D. Santa Cruz, CA is one of those rare places. This city has about 62,000 people on the Pacific coast of northern California and enjoys 250 days of sunshine annually to enjoy one of the world’s great surfing beaches. It’s also nestled next to the Santa Cruz Mountains, where spectacular hiking trails afford sweeping views of the ocean.

There’s the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Whale watching. The longest wooden wharf in the country. A delightful boardwalk complete with a roller coaster. A vibrant downtown with historic architecture, a thriving culinary scene, and an arts community.

Given the presence of UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz scored unsurprisingly high as an educational community. A highly rated public school system includes nationally recognized public and charter high schools such as Pacific Collegiate, one of the nation’s top schools. Secondary school students can pursue a degree right at home, either at UCSC, which offers 65 undergraduate majors and 41 grad programs, or the well-respected Cabrillo College.

Santa Cruz’s health care also received high marks, which Collins credits significantly to an emphasis on preventive health and wellness options.

Housing, which also ranked high among Santa Cruz’s strengths, offers varied options but tends to...

Places To Eat In Santa Cruz

Places To Eat In Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is known for its natural beauty, world class. The sleepy Northern California town also has some of the most delicious restaurants along the Monterey Bay coastline. You can find yourself at peace on a cliff overlooking the ocean. You can get the heart pumping while climbing up and down the Aptos hills or biking around town working up an appetite, then you can stroll along the streets downtown and indulge in a tasty meal or dessert.

Santa Cruz has something for everyone, and when it comes to the best Santa Cruz restaurants. in fact, the hard part is deciding where to eat in Santa Cruz. It should be no surprise that the food options in Santa Cruz will include vegan, vegetarian, and other earth-conscious food. California is generally known for its progressivism, particularly in the environmental and health movements of the US, and Santa Cruz especially so!

Places To Eat In Santa Cruz

#1-You will find Asian-fusion food, street food style at Charlie Hong Kong’s. They offer vegan and gluten-free options, plus they make sustainability a part of their everyday business practices.

Places To Eat In Santa Cruz

#2-The lovely ...

Effective Treatments for COVID that are Being Researched

Effective Treatments for COVID that are Being Researched

There is only one treatment approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat coronavirus disease 2019. Many medications are being tested. Researchers are currently studying other potential treatments for COVID-19. What are those potential treatments?

Antiviral drug
Researchers are testing the antiviral drugs favipiravir and merimepodib. Studies have found that the combination of lopinavir and ritonavir isn't effective.

Anti-inflammatory therapy
Researchers study many anti-inflammatory drugs to treat or prevent dysfunction of several organs and lung injury from infection-associated inflammation.

Dexamethasone
The corticosteroid dexamethasone is one type of anti-inflammatory drug that researchers are studying to treat or prevent organ dysfunction and lung injury from inflammation. Studies have found that this drug reduces the risk of death by about 30% for people on ventilators and by about 20% for people who need supplemental oxygen. The U.S. National Institutes of Health has recommended dexamethasone for people hospitalized with COVID-19 who are on mechanical ventilators or need supplemental oxygen.

Immune-based therapy
Researchers study immune-based therapies, including convalescent plasma, mesenchymal stem cells, and monoclonal antibodies. Monoclonal antibodies are proteins created in a lab that can help the immune system fight off viruses. These drugs are used to treat mild to moderate COVID-19 in people who have a higher risk of developing serious illnesses due to COVID-19. Treatment involves a single infusion given by a needle in the arm (intravenously) in an outpatient...

5 Security Tips to Protecting Your Home and Family

 5 Security Tips to Protecting Your Home and Family

We are always looking for ways to make our home and family safer, and while we can certainly invest in security systems, there are some simple things we can do in our home everyday to make it a bit more security.

#1. Keep your valuables locked up.

The odds that your home will be burglarized are pretty low but how easy is it to find your valuables if you do get burglarized? Keeping jewelry and valuables in a convenient spot will also be convenient for criminals so consider a commercial container, home safe, or a hiding place it only you know about. Also, take pictures of all of your valuables for insurance purposes just in case.

#2. Get a professional alarm system.

Most high and luxury homes and condominiums in Miami have security systems but they're not for the Uber rich. Anyone can own a pretty inexpensive alarm system these days whether it's entering a simple security code on your entrance and exit to the home or a full-on video monitoring system with cameras inside and outside.

#3. Add outside lighting.

Don't make it convenient for burglars and criminals to access your home. Keep bushes trimmed away from first-floor windows to prevent any hiding spots and add lighting in darker areas around your home. Motion sensors are great for this and just a little bit of a deterrent will definitely keep burglars at bay.

#4. Make sure all of your locks actually work.

Check your locks at least once a year to make sure they work correctly on all doors and windows.

#5. Make sure you know who has keys to your home.

Anytime you buy a new house you should have the keys remade with a new lock. You never know who the previous owners...

Zip Code Market Report - 93921 and 95066

Zip Code Market Report - 93921 and 95066

The current real estate market for the Carmel-by-the-Sea area and specifically ZIP Code 93921 shows a median sales price of $4.43 million with eight closed sales in the last month with an average of 16 days on the market. Sellers are receiving approximately 105% of asking price on average. The number of closed sales is up by three over last month and is about average from last year. However, the median sales price has taken quite a jump from 1.97 million in February to 4.43 million in March. This SKU is primarily due to larger properties and higher priced properties altering the trajectory.

Zip Code Market Report - 93921 and 95066

Only three new listings of hit the market in March where as there were eight last month and five a year ago. Last month the percentage of asking price to sold price was 103% and this month it's at 105%. The average price per square foot last month in February 2022 was $1494 and this month was $2158. However, just a year ago, it was right in between the two at $1688 per square foot.

Zip Code Market Report - 93921 and 95066

95062

In the Santa Cruz ZIP Code, there were 17 closed sales in March with a median sales price of $1.8 million. The median days on the market was just 9 with 107% list price received. This is up 55% from the month before where there were 11 sales and the median sales price shows an increase of 30% from $1.38 million...

Museum of Natural History in Santa Cruz

The Museum of Natural history in Santa Cruz is the first museum dating back to 1904 with the founding collection of Santa Cruz lighthouse keeper and naturalist, Laura Hecox. The Museum features educational, hands-on exhibits for children, families, and adults who are curious about the world they live in and the natural history of one of the most scenic locations on the California coast.Museum of Natural History in Santa Cruz

The Museum traces its beginnings to the late 1800s and the collection of naturalist Laura Hecox. Miss Hecox was born in Santa Cruz in 1854 and from childhood had a keen interest in the natural sciences. Her parents, Adna and Margaret Hecox traveled overland from Illinois to California in 1846 and settled in Santa Cruz the following year. In 1869 Mr. Hecox was appointed keeper of the original Santa Cruz Lighthouse and took up residence there with his wife and family.

The museum opened on August 21, 1905. There were displays of dried sea stars and crustaceans, Indian baskets and mortars, Eskimo artifacts, minerals, agates, gems, petrified woods, coral, bird nests and eggs, turtle and tortoise carapaces, and several cases of shells, including two hundred local species. The Hecox collection remained at the library until about 1917 when it was moved to the new Santa Cruz High School. The Crafts House, home of the Museum from 1930 to 1954, was located behind the present Museum where there is now an amphitheater.

In 1984 the Museum built outdoor exhibit kiosks on the Santa Cruz Wharf featuring marine life, fishing, and wharf history. In 1986 the Surfing Museum was established as a satellite facility at the Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse. The fascinating displays of old surfboards and historical photographs attract 70,000 visitors each year....

How to Kill a Perfectly Good Real Estate Deal

How to Kill a Perfectly Good Real Estate Deal

In today's real estate world, buyers know when the property hits the market almost immediately. With the Internet and updated real estate websites, homes can hit the market, be seen that afternoon and have an offer by dinnertime. Properties that sell quickly often come extremely close to the listing price if not over in hot markets. Buyers can look at all the pictures of a home, contact our agent and have an offer on the table within a few hours.

If a home is priced correctly, is in decent condition, and has a great location, chances are that home will sell fairly quickly. If the home doesn't have one of these three features buyers will typically move on. The longer a home sits on the market the higher the risk that the property won't sell for list price. If buyers do return to a home it's typically because the price has been lowered or they can't find anything better.

This is why time is one of the biggest things that can kill real estate deals. Not only the length of time a home sits on the market but during the real estate transaction as well. If parties do not respond in a timely manner or within the three day response time, the deal can technically be terminated by either party. If buyers submit an offer and sellers refused to return the offer, counter, accept or reject it technically dissolves.

Days on the market also can kill a real estate deal. "When a home first comes on the market everyone who is looking for a particular type of home in certain price range and location sees it right away online. If it does not sell, those potential buyers have moved on, and as time goes by, only buyers new to the market are discovering the home. By...

What if I Cant Fix a Fixer Upper Before Selling?

If your home is lacking in the curb appeal department it is still possible to sell it. It may not be possible at this time for you to present your home in its best light and sell the home you want to sell so you will have to sell the home you have. Maybe you do not have the funds to fix up your home or are rushed into moving to your next destination. Whatever the reason for being unable to fix up your home it is still possible to sell it.

Sell the home on the traditional market.What if I Can't Fix a Fixer-Upper Before Selling

You can list your home on the traditional market even if it isn’t in the best condition. What you will need to do is make sure that when you list the home it is clearly stated the home will be sold in as-is condition. In most cases, selling a home without fixing it up on the traditional market will take longer to sell then if you were to fix the home and have it show-ready. You will need to appeal to just the right buyer that is looking for a project home or one they would not mind putting some work and extra money into. It is wise to price your home accordingly to reflect the need for extra care and work on the part of the new homeowner. Usually, this means discounting the price of your home from fair market value.

Sell to a cash buyer

This is a great option for those homeowners who cannot fix up their homes and need to sell their homes quickly. A reputable cash home buyer will be able to give you an all-cash offer within a few hours...

Why a Single-Story Home is Ideal for Seniors

Like it or not, living needs change as we age and eventually our housing situations may become unsuitable. If moving from a multi-story home isn’t an option, it’s possible, of course, to remodel, modify or otherwise make adjustments to a living area. But for those who are able to move, a one-story house makes an ideal home.

Investment benefitsWhy a Single-Story Home is Ideal for Seniors

One-story homes are popular with a wide variety of home buyers. The open-concept design style appeals to many, which gives these homes a good resale value. Single-story homes are very energy efficient since there’s only one level to heat/cool. In addition, the outside of these homes is easier to maintain, paint, decorate, etc.

Wide, open spaces

For those who have or are preparing for future mobility challenges, single-story homes generally offer wider floor plans and larger rooms which are ideal for maneuvering mobility aids like wheelchairs, walkers and scooters. Some homes are built with wide doorways and few, if any, halls which also helps with navigation. Additionally, a one-story home is easier to escape in case of emergency, minimizing the need for ladders or dangerous heights to descend.

Say no to stairs

Speaking of descending, one of the biggest benefits of a single-story home is the limited need for stairs. Residents who are recovering from an injury, surgery or who have other physical limitations don’t have to face the challenge that stairs present when moving around the house. Few or no stairs also makes the home easier to clean and removes the danger of slipping, tripping or falling on the stairs.

If there are stairs,...

January 2022 Real Estate Market Update

Monterey County Real Estate Market

Demand for real estate in Monterey County remains high going into 2022, with inventory down 42% since this time last year. Homes continue to bring in multiple offers above asking, even more than they did in January of 2021. We are seeing properties remain on the market slightly longer than they did in January last year, about 7 DOM longer on average.

Similar stats are found in condo, townhome, and single family home sales, reflecting the trend we have been seeing all year: everyone wants to buy in Monterey County and they are willing to pay top dollar in this highly desirable market no matter the type of property. The median single family home price in Monterey County in January 2022 was $875,000 for single family homes and $730,000 for condos and townhomes.

We saw a 5% decrease in inventory from January 2021 to January 2022, but there were many more homes on the market in January 2022 than December 2021, with a 50% increase in single family home listings and a 131% increase in townhome and condo listings.

For more information about the Monterey County real estate market, contact our office at any time!

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San Mateo County Real Estate Market Update January 2022

San Mateo County remains a hot sellers market, with only a slight increase in inventory since December of last year. With 37% less townhome and condo inventory and 45% less single family home inventory compared to January 0f 2021, even the slight increase in recent months has not brought demand or prices down.

The median single family home price in San Mateo County...

What Does Falling Out of Escrow Mean?

What happens when you fall out of escrow?What Does Falling Out of Escrow Mean

When your real estate listing goes from “active” to “pending,” it means you have accepted an offer, but that the sale has not yet closed. During the time your home is pending, a lot of things happen. Having your home loan application denied by the lender impacts your escrow and purchase plans in a few ways. A loan that falls out of escrow does not necessarily mean your deal is dead, but the process of getting the application back on a track likely will delay your closing. An extension of escrow, a seller notice to perform and cancellation of the contract are some options, depending on your specific escrow and the loan issues you are facing.

Example

A common scenario is when a buyer fails to qualify for financing ultimately is not approved for their mortgage. Although mortgage lenders pre-approve a lot of buyers, circumstances can change. For example, the buyer might lose his or her job, accrue new debt, or do something that negatively impacts his or her credit score. Perhaps you have an executed purchase agreement and escrow is opened and the buyer was pre-qualified by a lender but not fully loan approved. Pre-qualification can be done over the phone with all of the pertinent information necessary to qualify and pull a credit report.

A professional home inspection is part of the real estate process. It allows the buyer to see if there is anything grossly wrong with the home, and gives them the ability to walk away without losing their earnest money or deposit. Home inspections can reveal issues, including small things that are...

Capital Gains and Buying a Home Out of State

Capital Gains and Buying a Home Out of State

What are capital gains?

Capital gains are the profits you make when you sell a stock, real estate or other taxable assets that increased in value while you owned it. The capital gains tax is based on that profit. The long-term capital gains tax rate is typically zero, 15 or 20 percent, depending on your tax bracket. Capital gains taxes apply to the sale of stocks, real estate, mutual funds, and other capital assets. The tax is based on the profit you made or the price you sold it for minus the price you paid, and how long you held onto the asset.

The long-term capital gains tax rate, for assets held for more than one year, depends upon your taxable income. Short-term capital gains rates are higher and are based on your income tax bracket. A capital gains tax is a tax you pay on the profit made from selling an investment.

You don’t have to pay capital gains tax until you sell your investment. The tax paid covers the amount of profit — the capital gain — you made between the purchase price and sale price of the stock, real estate or other assets. When you sell, your gain (or loss) is referred to as “realized.” 

How much you pay in taxes depends in part upon whether you made a short-term or long-term capital gain on your investment, and each is taxed in different ways.

Short-term capital gains are taxed as ordinary income, such as the income tax you pay on your salary, at your standard federal income tax rate. This tends to be a higher rate than for long-term capital gains taxes, which are based on defined tax brackets that are adjusted each year for inflation.

Capital gains and losses are calculated by subtracting the amount you paid for an asset...

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