The President signed the new tax bill into law. Troy R. Barnett from Barnett and Company, Inc. creates a summary of the new tax laws. Read on and find out the implications of this in our taxes. Individual Rates There will be a slight adjustment to all tax rates.
For many pet owners, moving day looms ahead like a task they’d rather not have to deal with. Even though moving can be exciting and may signal a positive change, it often brings a lot of stress and anxiety, for both the pet and the owner.
Tax Reform. What does that mean for our real estate market in Southern California? As the U.S. Congress works on the Tax Reform Act, we anxiously await the outcome and wonder about the impact it might have. It is assumed there will be significant bearing on Southern California real estate.
Our Stanfield team highlights some important reasons you should work with a top real estate team in Orange County. Find out the benefits & how Stanfield can help!
The Orange County housing market is lively and thriving, and this could be an excellent time to sell. However, before selling your home in Orange County, it’s a good idea to put in some basic repairs and fixes. Besides helping improve your chances of getting your asking price, these tips from Stanfield Real Estate can also make a significant difference in the length of time it stays on the market before selling.
Deciding to sell their home is a major choice for many homeowners, one that should not be made lightly. Selling real estate in Orange County can be complicated and confusing, especially if done without the help of a real estate professional, such as those here at Stanfield Real Estate.
Even in an area known for its spectacular architecture and natural beauty, the iconic “Rock House” on Laguna Beach is in a class of its own. Widely considered one of the most recognizable, notable, and desirable homes in Laguna Beach, this is a true masterpiece of architectural art from designer Brion Jeannette.
The “housing bubble” is a phenomenon where home prices rise to the point where buyers are no longer able to purchase them and the increasing demand suddenly drops, which results in a market crash. With prices rising for Orange County real estate and buyer income staying relatively the same, could we experience this bubble bursting?