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Santa Barbara does it again being named in Livability.com’s list of top 100 places to live! Everyone who is fortunate enough to live here knows how wonderful it is, but now everyone else knows it too! Noozhawk recently covered the story: The list is the result of a months-long study of U.S. cities and the Read More
The much anticipated Sevilla luxury condo complex made a splash when it hit the Santa Barbara real estate market earlier this year. The stunning development has been generating a buzz since its near completion in 2008 and now that the call for high-end downtown living has been answered, the community has been flooding in to Read More
Charming and unique, 2544 Foothill Lane is a property that boasts breathtaking views, a tranquil setting, and the convenience of being only minutes from town. Resting on 2.8 acres just above the Santa Barbara Tennis Club, this home has a rural feel and eclectic style that is worth seeing for yourself. The 3 bedroom, 2 Read More
1800 Garden street is a rare find here in Santa Barbara. Located in the historic lower Riviera, just blocks from the mission, this home was built in 1939 and is being offered on the market for the first time since.
This week the Santa Barbara property market is once again rolling along as it has been, still showing great
numbers for the areas east and west of State Street and Hope Ranch.
There is something very appealing about the idea of waking up in the morning, pouring yourself a cup of coffee, and walking your kids to elementary school, mug in hand. It is not an experience that many get to enjoy but the neighborhood just North of Cold Springs School offers just that.
The price of a home is often determined by the elementary school district the house is in. For example, one of the (many) reasons Montecito property is so expensive is the quality of its two elementary school districts. API (Academic Performance Index, as established by the California Department of Education) scores are what Read More
Up Toro Canyon but still conveniently close to civilization, this 5 bedroom/5 Bath gated home jumps out as an interesting prospect in the Santa Barbara area home search.
Hmmmm… I’m no economist but there seems to be a trend of some sort happening. The local housing market may just be on the mend. There, I said it.
As promised from last week’s article, the numbers are in to compare last year’s, in addition to previous year’s numbers to what is currently happening in the market.