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07 Mar 2014 14:56
Plumas County Presents....Lake Davis 
FeedBack ( 0) Lake Davis, just 7 miles north of Portola California, is one of many picturesque lakes in Plumas County.


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25 Jun 2013 12:30
Gold Mountain, Your Getaway Destination! 
FeedBack ( 0) Looking for your forever mountain home? Check out this video of Gold Mountain, the premier golf course of Plumas County. Gold Mountain does not only give you stunning golf course views, but also magnificent panoramic mountain scenery! Don't miss out on what can be your forever mountain home! Call Carol Murray now at (530) 249-2833!


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05 Jun 2013 07:24
Carol Murray Receives Coveted Award! 
FeedBack ( 0) I am honored to have received a coveted Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gold Award! This accolade recognizes my performance as a real estate professional and ranks me among the top 5% of all agents in our national brand. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you!

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17 May 2013 09:22
Plumas County Attractions in May and June! 
FeedBack ( 0) You may be looking for a quick weekend get-a-way before summer swings into full force. Plumas County is experiencing amazing, warm mountain weather which has brought on many exciting events for the next few months!

May 25: Come on down to the Graeagle Shop Hop for Memorial Day Weekend! Pick up your passport at any downtown shop in Graeagle, get it stamped throughout the day at each shop, and be entered to win some amazing prizes! This is a great time to visit the new shops in town including Buckaroo Chocolates!

June 1: The annual Plumas County Picnic is held at The Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds. This picnic offers many food vendors, 4H Showmanship Day, car show, and special this year, a swap meet! The Sierra Cascade Street Rodders are offering Monster Truck Rides, a Nascar exhibit, and also showing off their own beautiful cars! This is a great family event that begins at 9:00 am. End the day of fun by attending the American Valley Speedway's big race at 7:00pm!

June 30: Summerfest Benefit Event for White Sulphur Springs Ranch presents you with a great opportunity for fun and to give back to the community as they work to preserve the cultural heritage of Mohawk Valley. This event begins at 3:00 pm with a tour of White Sulphur Springs Ranch, a ranch style barbecue dinner, and entertainment with Juni Fisher and Dave Stamey. There will also be a no host bar and live and silent auctions. Bring your lawn chair and support the reopening of the historic White Sulphur Springs Ranch! Tickets are $40 and are available by calling (530) 836-2334.

So, what are you waiting for?! Come on out and enjoy the beautiful mountain air with some great people and amazing scenery!

These are just a few of some great events happening in Plumas County! To see the full listing of events, log onto www.graeagle.com/events


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09 Mar 2013 15:30
It's Time to Buy in Plumas County! 
FeedBack ( 0) Carol Murray says it is a great time to buy in Plumas County according to statistics of last year's sales in the Plumas County Multiple Listings Service. 69.8% of homes sold with a price under $200,000 in Plumas County in 2012! This proves to be an excellent time to find your cozy little home nestled in the Sierra Nevadas! Contact Carol Murray at (530)249-2833 to begin your search for your dream home in Plumas County!

Price Range of Residential Sales in Plumas County
Price Range of Lot Sales in Plumas County


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20 Feb 2013 12:08
Carol Murray exceeds top Real Estate competitors in 2012! 
FeedBack ( 0) With her exemplary service and rapport with all her clients, Carol Murray has proved herself to be the top realtor in Plumas County in 2012. Carol's professional listing presentations, meetings customers' needs, and her continual pursuit of more knowledge about real estate in Plumas County, gives her an edge over other area realtors. Check out these charts by clicking on the links below that illustrate Carol Murray's final results for 2012 and why she is a top producer in Plumas County! Why would you choose anyone else? Call Carol Murray today! (530)249-2833

Carol Murray's Total Volume Sales
Carol Murray's Total Transactions
Carol Murray's Sales as Listing Agent
Carol Murray's Sales as Selling Agent

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10 Feb 2013 16:06
Plumas County Foreclosures in 2012 
FeedBack ( 0) Good news, the numbers are in for Final Home Sales in Plumas County in 2012! Plumas County saw a decline in foreclosure sale activity by 8.3 percent from foreclosure sales in 2011. Will we see more? Sean O'Toole, Founder & CEO of ForeclosureRadar, had this to say: "As outlined in my 2013 California Housing Forecast , I remain relatively bullish on the housing market for 2013. While the impacts of higher taxes, the lack of fiscal discipline and the possibility of a 'black swan' leave me concerned about the economy as a whole, I believe housing will prove a safer investment than most other alternatives." For more information on the sales activity in Plumas County in 2012 and an opinion of value on your home, call Carol Murray today at (530) 249-2833.

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23 Jan 2013 10:56
The Road to Graeagle 
FeedBack ( 0) Graeagle, California, tucked away in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, is accessible by Interstate 80 and Highway 89. Have you ever considered the monumental task of constructing an interstate through the mountains? Here is an interesting clip on the history behind the construction of Interstate 80, making Graeagle a very accessible vacation destination, as well as a beautifully scenic drive. My...how times have changed! For information on Graeagle and the surrounding areas, call Carol Murray at (530) 249-2833.


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14 Jan 2013 15:26
Graeagle Homes Sales Up, Prices Down 
FeedBack ( 0) According to the final numbers from the Plumas County Multiple Listing Service (MLS) the total residential sales for Graeagle (including Graeagle Meadows/Townhomes) in 2012 came in at a whopping 25 sales (2 up from 2011 final). The average listing price was $181,140. with an average sales price of $163,592. or 90% of value. Of the 25 sales, 8 of those were foreclosures (REOs) or 32%, up from 2011. The good news is that the properties "Days on Market" (DOM) was down by 68%, due to the lower prices, as buyer's flocked into the area to swoop up their Graeagle bargain. With inventory down this year, prices may see an improvement over last year. Currently, there are 27 residences on the market ranging in price from $86,800. to $399,500. Is it still a good time to buy in Graeagle....you bet it is!! Call Carol Murray today at (530) 249-2833 to get your little piece of Plumas County in Graeagle, California, just minutes from the Lakes Basin area and Graeagle Golf Course. Or visit Carol's website www.carolmurrayrealtor.com .

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20 Dec 2012 10:46
From My Kitchen To Yours 
FeedBack ( 0) With Christmas just around the corner....I wanted to share one of my most favorite recipes. This recipe makes for a fabulous side dish with prime rib, turkey, or ham. If you're a vegetarian, this dish is perfect too! Merry Christmas from my house to yours!!

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16 Dec 2012 16:30
7 Steps to Closing a Home 
FeedBack ( 0) Many people wonder what they can expect when closing a real estate transaction. What do we need to sign? What do we need to provide? What is the process like? The following is a step by step process of what you can expect when you are purchasing a home or piece of property.

1. Earnest Money: When your offer is accepted by the seller, you will need to write a check as a deposit to secure your offer. This check will be sent to the Title Company within 3 days of seller acceptance.

2. Preliminary Title Report: This report will confirm that the seller actually owns the home or land and will make sure that no other taxes, liens, or claims are part of it.

3. Homeowner's Insurance: If you are receiving a loan in order to purchase a home, you must have proof of Homeowners Insurance before your loan request will be accepted.

4. Inspections, Disclosures, and Contingencies: The seller is required to disclose any and all information regarding the home. It is between the buyer and seller to schedule all requested inspections within the inspection contingency period. Other contingencies also need to be addressed, specifically financial contingencies.

5. Loan Approval: Once your loan is approved, the agents and title company will be notified by the lender. The bank will then send the loan documents to the title company. Your title company will schedule separate appointments with the buyer and seller to sign off on the final paperwork.

6. Writing the Check: For your closing appointment, the title company will notify you the amount of money needed to close. A cashiers check or wire transfer are the preferred methods for this payment.

7. The Final Steps: You will need to sign the necessary title and loan papers as well as present your cashiers check or wire transfer for the closing amount. After this is complete, your documents will be forwarded to the county, then recorded, and finally, close escrow.

It just takes these simple 7 steps to own a home! What are you waiting for? Call Carol Murray now!


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30 Nov 2012 19:28
Why Close Escrow by the Year's End? 
FeedBack ( 0) Carol Murray has had many closings by year's end in the past. This year will be no different. There are many advantages to closing escrow by the end of the year, especially from a financial standpoint. From reduced competition with other buyers due to our Plumas County winter weather, to tax deductions, this blog, by Tara-Nicholle Nelson of Trulia.com, will help you understand why closing escrow by the end of the year can be so valuable.


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17 Nov 2012 22:49
Carol Murray featured in a Monday Morning Radio Show! 
FeedBack ( 0) 5 Tips to Owning Your Market

Plumas County-based agent Carol Murray, who was recently featured on the Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Monday Morning Radio Show, shared with listeners her five-point plan for building business. Carol, who has been an agent in the Plumas County area since 2003, devised her business plan by incorporating much of what she learned about marketing during her previous career as a director of marketing for a large healthcare company. Customer service is the paramount component, and she combines the following five strategies to grow her business and create an exemplary service experience for all of her clients:

Create an enormous Internet presence: Carol has developed twelve micro-sites feeding web traffic to her main site, continuously blogs, and accumulates testimonials all of which assists her in having a strong Internet presence.

Prepare top-notch listing presentations: Listing presentations are an agent's opportunity to shine and differentiate their services from their competition. It is of utmost importance to research and provide the most recent comparable sales data, marketing plan, and articles that can assist the seller on trends and tips regarding the home and other important relevant information.

Build lifelong relationships with buyers: Establishing a rapport with buyers is integral to building a strong foundation on which to grow your relationship. Carol does this by taking her buyers around the area, showcasing the attractions sometimes even before showing them a home. Getting to know your buyers during this tour helps build that rapport. Carol is proactive at continuing a relationship with her buyers after the purchase transaction is completed. It is not unusual for her to spend time with former clients, whether it's an occasional dinner or a community event function, as well as assisting them with resources after the sale.

Make accurate assessments of your clients' needs: Be sure to thoroughly understand your clients needs and only show them homes that fall into their price range and include their list of basic amenities or features.

Build referrals by providing excellent customer service: Agents who take the time to get to know their clients, meet their needs by providing exceptional service, and continuing solid relationships with clients are all key to receiving abundant referrals.

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05 Nov 2012 15:52
Winter Fun in Plumas County 
FeedBack ( 0) Perhaps you're a buyer interested in purchasing property or a house in Plumas County. You've heard or experienced all of the fun summer activities the area has to offer: fishing, canoeing, hiking, picnicking, or just relaxing creek-side. As you are considering your possible move to the area, you may wonder what Plumas County can offer you in the winter season. Here are just a few of the many events that are held in the area throughout the winter.
A very popular tradition in Plumas County is the annual Christmas tree lightings in the Graeagle and Portola areas. On November 30th, Portola will hold its Rotary Sponsored Christmas tree lighting in the downtown area. Rotary is putting on a parade that begins at 5:00 pm. If you would like to be in the parade, just decorate your car, boat, or atv and line up at 5:00 pm. Santa will also be making an appearance at the Portola Tree Lighting and will be taking free pictures with your children!
Carolers, horse drawn trolley rides, Santa Claus, and the well known little red shops will be found on December 3rd at the Graeagle Holiday Festival. Located in the quaint downtown of Graeagle, this old-fashioned festival and Christmas tree lighting is fun for all ages. This Festival will take place from 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm.
Plumas Eureka State Park hosts the annual Johnsville Longboard Races. This event takes you back in time with skis and clothing worn by those in the days of the original Longboard Races. This family event will be held January 15th and March 18th, both days from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm.
The annual Calpine Elks Crab Feed is on January 25th and 26th at the Portola Elks Lodge. Dinner is at 6:00 pm, but social hour begins at 5:00 pm. This is a great community event with fresh, delicious crab. Hurry and get your tickets now because they sell out very quickly! To purchase tickets, you can call Eric Preinitz at (530) 559-2425. All proceeds go towards the Elks Lodge projects around the community.
Looking for a winter get-away for Presidents' Weekend, February 18th and 19th? Come to Plumas County for a family weekend of fun in the Sierra snow! This weekend long event is held at Grizzly Creek Ranch and includes activities such as sled dog races, carriage rides, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, sledding, tubing, and even snowmobile rides!
Although Plumas County is known for being a summer attraction, it also provides residents and tourists alike with many family friendly events for the Holidays and winter months. These are just a few of the local attractions during the winter season. For more events in the area, you can visit: www.graeagle.com.


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22 Sep 2012 10:41
Foreclosures "Boil Over" In Judicial Foreclosure States 
FeedBack ( 0) Filings down 31 percent from a year ago in nonjudicial states (California one of those states)
By Inman News, Thursday, September 13, 2012.
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17 Sep 2012 16:55
Housing On Mend, But Full Recovery Is Far Off. 
FeedBack ( 0) By Nick Timiraos of the Wall Street Journal - The housing market remains far from "normal". With prices at an all time low, the buyer's swarm the markets to get the great deals.

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15 Jun 2012 13:00
Preapproval Essential For Purchasing Real Estate 
FeedBack ( 0) From the article by Vicki Elmer of The New York Times, The Advantages of PreApproval - Preapproval vs prequalification can make the difference between an accepted offer and a rejected offer.

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05 Jun 2012 13:52
Portola Home Sales Up From 2011, But Prices Down. 
FeedBack ( 0) Year to date, 22 homes have sold in Portola, 20 of those sales bank owned, with a median price of $59,500. compared to the same time period in 2011 of 19 homes sold, with 18 of those bank owned, with a median price of $72,500. Currently, there are 37 homes on the market in Portola with a median list price of $119,000. with 14 of those bank owned. For more information, contact Carol Murray at (530) 249-2833 or her website at www.carolmurrayrealtor.com

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05 Jun 2012 13:37
Graeagle Median Home Prices Up From 2011 
FeedBack ( 0) Year to date, 7 homes have sold in Graeagle with a median price of $137,000. (3 were bank owned) compared to a median sales price of $117,000. in 2011 (2 were bank owned). Currently, there are 38 homes for sale in Graeagle with a median listing price of $187,000. (5 are bank owned). For more information, contact Carol Murray, Realtor at (530) 249-2833 or go to her website at www.carolmurrayrealtor.com.

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27 Jan 2012 11:57
Statewide December 2011 Sales and Price Report 
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07 Jan 2012 18:33
The Numbers Have It - 2011 Plumas County Sales 
FeedBack ( 0) The Numbers Have It - 2011 Plumas County Real Estate Sales

The great news: Closed escrow sales were up significantly over last year by 34%. Not such good news: Concurrently, sales prices were down by about that same percentage. The Plumas County median price of an existing, single-family detached home, was $129,900., down from the 2010 number of $175,000.

As a comparison: The November statewide median price of an existing, single-family detached home sold in California was $280,960, up 1.0 percent from $278,060 in October but down 5.2 percent from the $296,480 median price recorded for November 2010.

Here are the final Plumas County numbers for 2011 with a comparison to 2010 and 2009:

Year 2011 2010 2009
Total Sales 417 311 257
Median Sales Price $129,900 $175,000. $195,000.
Median List Price $139,900 $195,000. $212,000.
Average Days on Market (DOM) 210 202 213
Bank Owned (REO) 216 131 75 +/-
% REO 52% 42% 29%


For me it's been a great year with over $4.6 million in sales of 20 homes sold with an average sales price of $230,521., six sales over the price of $400,000.


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07 Jan 2012 18:24
5 Overpricing Cures That Can Get Your Home Sold 
FeedBack ( 0) 5 Overpricing Cures That Can Get Your Home Sold
By Tara Nicholle-Nelson, Trulia

Today's home sellers have a hard row to hoe, as my Mom would say. Home values have dropped, the market is flooded with competition and even if a buyer does come along, a record high number of deals fall through. On top of that, they face the age-old conundrum of having two seemingly conflicting aims: they want to get their homes sold, fast, but also want - and need - to squeeze every single possible dollar out of it.

While it's tempting to price your place on the high side and "test the market" or "negotiate down," overpricing your home can actually deter buyers, cause your home to lag on the market and eventually even expose you to the risk of being perceived as desperate and receiving lowball offers.

Here are 5 cures to the temptation to overprice your home, all of which can help you max out the chance that your home will sell.

1. Check the Comps! "Comps" is real estate lingo for comparable sales - the nearby, similar homes that have recently sold. You might think that your taste level, aesthetic style and home maintenance practices are vastly superior to those of your neighbors - and you might be right. But this will be the single largest purchase your home's eventual buyer will ever make, and trust me - they will be doing the research. The small contingent of urgent and qualified buyers who are active on today's market do not want to overpay for a home, and most will view your home as overpriced and not worth the hassle (or the haggle) if it is out of whack with the recent sales prices of similar homes.

Similarly, appraisers will use these numbers when figuring out your home's value. Even if you do get an offer at a higher-than-justified price, if the buyer's appraiser finds that your home is overvalued compared to other nearby recent sales, it can cause major delays in your buyer's mortgage process - or derail it altogether.

Work with your agent to find and evaluate the recent sales in the area, and to ensure that your home's list price makes sense vis-a-vis the comps.

2. Get inside the minds of the local home buyers. The vast majority of buyers - over 90 percent - start their house hunting online. And what most of them do is type in a price range, a range of bedrooms and bathrooms and a geographic area, then spend dozens of obsessive hours perusing hundreds of listings.

Given the flooded market and buyers' busy lives, many will screen your home off their interest list in a New York minute if it seems overpriced from its online listing. If that one-inch picture and the number of beds, baths and square feet either (a) doesn't make it into their search results because the price is so much higher than what most local buyers want to spend on a home with those criteria, or (b) seems underwhelming, for the price, compared to the other online listings of similar homes, prospective buyers will never even make it into your home, and all your stunning staging and crave-able curb appeal will never have the opportunity to work their magic.

Local agents have an inside track on what local buyers care about and what they will and will not spend. Talk to your agent about it, but don't forget to actually listen to and consider what your agent has to say! If you don't trust what an agent is telling you about where you should list your home, talk to several agents - if the consensus is a recommended list price range lower than what you had in mind, that's a sign you should reconsider.

Also, search for similar homes to yours on Trulia, to see how it would stack up against similar listings online at the price range you have in mind. That's where local prospective buyers will see it (and screen it in or out) first.

3. Visit competing Open Houses. Buyers do not shop for homes in a vacuum. They're out there looking at dozens of homes - or more - to make sure they're (a) getting the best deal possible, and (b) not missing "the one." So, while viewing a thumbnail image of your competition and seeing the list prices of other homes online is informative, it is even more useful to walk through the actual properties with which your home is competing, in living color.

Before you put your home on the market, take a few hours and visit nearby Open Houses. This exercise is the most vivid way to get a reality check about what you're up against and what your home's strengths and weaknesses are compared with the other homes buyers will see, which will go a long way in getting you to the right asking price. Even if you are unpleasantly surprised at how nice the neighboring homes are at low prices, taking this information in before you list your home is much less painful than waiting months for the market to give you this education (in the form of no or low-ball offers).

4. Get an inspection - in advance. Home buyers have long used the home inspection as a negotiating tool to get the seller to come down on the sale price mid-stream. Get ahead of the game by getting your own inspection(s) - talk with your agent about which ones are appropriate - and getting the skinny on your home's condition before you list it. Keep in mind that you will likely need to provide any written professional inspections you obtain before listing your home to the buyer under your state's real estate disclosure laws.

You might be able to repair some things at relatively low cost and include the recent improvements in your marketing. Alternatively, you can set and negotiate pricing based on any condition issues or needed repairs you want to pass down to the buyer. This empowers you to get to a final price that aligns with market conditions and the condition of your home without taking massive mid-escrow hits on pricing. It also empowers you to offer a discount for needed fixes up front, when the price break has the most power to help attract bargain-seeking buyers.

5. When in doubt, go low. An overpriced home, in most cases, will cause a lot more problems in your real estate journey than an underpriced one. Think about it: an overpriced home just sits on the market with little or no buyer interest until the seller cuts the price. And many interested buyers just sit, waiting for that price cut, seeing it as a cue to make an even lower offer.

Now, consider the opposite end of the pricing spectrum: you start with a lower price than you want, but one that is supported by the comps in your market - or even goes a tad bit lower than recent homes have sold for. Lots of buyers are attracted to your house, in part because it looks like a great value for the price. You end up with multiple offers, which gives you the upper hand in negotiating a higher price.

The moral: if you aren't sure about what price to place on your home, go a little bit lower than the recent comps sold for. Insiders know from experience that you'll sell your home faster this way - and at a better price than if you overprice it out of the gate.


These steps can help you get out of your own way, get a bird's eye view on the market and see your home as buyers will see it. And that's a reality check that can make the difference between selling your home and not.


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31 Dec 2011 18:52
4 Predictions About 2012 Real Estate Market 
FeedBack ( 2) By Tara Nicholle-Nelson, Inman News. It's important to know what the market is doing before listing your property. "Financial fitness includes getting your real estate business in order. But you can't set up your real estate plans for the year in a vacuum. They must be done in context of what's going on in the market. Here are four predictions about what that market context will look like in the coming year".

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20 Dec 2011 15:22
Troubled Homeowners Get A Lifeline 
FeedBack ( 1) The government announced changes to a federal program that will make it easier for struggling homeowners to refinance to today's near-record low rates. For more information about the HARP Program, contact Jeni Soares, Senior Loan Officer, Summit Funding, Inc. at (530) 832-4482.

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15 Dec 2011 13:33
Graeagle Real Estate - No Immunity From Foreclosures and Lower Values 
FeedBack ( 0) The sign of the times has hit the charming town of Graeagle hard as well, making a home purchase in Graeagle a fantastic buy, with values dropping again significantly since 2009. Most buyers are opting to purchase existing homes versus buying lots and building due to the high cost of construction.

Overall, YTD, there have been 22 sales in the Graeagle area, up from 19 during the same time period for 2010. However, values are down by 13% with an additional 2 foreclosure sales from last year. The days on market (DOM) for 2011 was an average of 329 days, up from an average of 221 DOM in 2010. In 2011 there was one sale just over $500k (my listing) with most sales $345k and below (15 sales under $200k). Prior year had one sale at $555k (my sale) with most sales $409k and under with the majority of sales (11) under $200k.

How I see it: This is a great time for buyers to come off the fence now, and in the near future, with more foreclosures looming in the pipeline.

Call me today to receive your listing of great buys in Graeagle and beyond!!


October Foreclosure Activity Nationwide

Foreclosure activity increased in October
Foreclosure filings increased 7 percent compared with September, according to the latest report from RealtyTrac.
Including notices of default, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions -- of which all increased month-over-month -- filings were reported on 230,678 U.S. properties in October.
Defaults in California, Florida, and Michigan all rose to their highest levels in at least a year. California notices of default increased 17 percent from the previous month to 29,240, pushing the state's foreclosure rate to the second highest in the nation.


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18 Nov 2011 15:32
Foreclosure Activity Increases for Third Straight Month 
FeedBack ( 0) From the article by Carrie Bay of DSnews.com

California default notices increased 17 percent from the previous month to 29,240, pushing the state's foreclosure rate to the second highest in the nation. See full article.


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15 Nov 2011 18:24
Welcome to Carol Murray's Real Estate Market News Blog 
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Real estate values have never been better in Plumas County. These eastern Plumas County small towns offer a variety of fabulous real estate opportunities: Graeagle, Clio, Valley Ranch, Mohawk Meadows, Whitehawk Ranch, Gold Mountain, Blairsden, Plumas Pines, and Portola.

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