Foreclosure starts remain flat in California

Foreclosure activity in California was relatively unchanged in October compared with September, following a dramatic increase in August and a subsequent decline in September, according to a report by ForeclosureRadar. California foreclosure investors gained traction with 9.9 percent more properties sold to third parties in October, representing a record 28.8 percent of all foreclosure sales. …

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After a jump in August, foreclosures begin again

New foreclosure actions in states along the country’s West Coast returned to levels in line with prior months during September, according to ForeclosureRadar, a California-based company that tracks every foreclosure in its five-state coverage area. The leveling off in September follows a strong surge in foreclosure starts during the month of August in the western …

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City to Remove Eucalyptus Trees Because of Accident

City to Remove Eucalyptus Trees From Irvine Ave. Median Irvine Ave. Closed Between Dover Dr. and Westcliff/17th St. The City of Newport Beach has asked its tree maintenance contractor, West Coast Arborists (WCA), to remove approximately 100 Blue Gum Eucalyptus trees located in a long hedgerow within the Irvine Avenue median between Westcliff/17th Street and …

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Event – Taste of Newport

The annual Taste of Newport is coming up again! The event will be held this weekend, from Friday at 6pm to Sunday at 8pm.  Here’s more info from the official site: Celebrating its 23rd spectacular year in 2011, the delicious mix of great food, drink, music and fun will attract over 50,000 people to Newport …

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