California: $428,970 Calif. highest median home price by region/county February 2015: San Mateo, $1,200,000 Calif. lowest median home price by region/county February 2015: Siskiyou County, $148,330 Calif. Pending Home Sales Index: January 2015: Increased 26.7 percent from 70.9 in December to 89.8 in January. Calif. Traditional Housing Affordability Index: Fourth Quarter 2014: 30 percent (Source: […]Read More...
Bankers Capital Realty & Investments
As a long time resident of Chino Hills, we can put our knowledge to work to find your dream home in your neighborhood of choice. We use the latest Internet marketing tools to expose your property to the widest possible range of qualified buyers. We pride ourselves in providing unparalleled service and look forward to developing a long-term relationship. Our expertise and experience will benefit you whether you are a serious buyer or seller.
Why choose Willie & Ana Herber as your Real Estate agents? For one thing, we really listen to you and will work tirelessly on your behalf.
As former buyer & seller of real estate, we had dealt with those who are in it for the money. They were not there for our best interest. In turn, it cost us thousand of dollars in savings from all transactions.
We pride ourselves in looking out for #1, YOU! We treat each transaction as if it was our own. We look out for your best interest. We will work tirelessly to SAVE YOU MONEY and get you the best possible deal.
Our goal is to achieve your goal. Our success relies on the YOUR SUCCESS!
BOBie Cycling Club
Let's do the Carbon Canyon Loop. We will start from Chino and go east to Eastvale and jump on the SART at the Green River entrance. From there we go down the SART and exit Tustin and head towards Carbon Canyon. Carbon Canyon will be our last...
Southern California Try Scuba For Free!!
Come experience what it is like to breathe underwater. You must be 10 years old or older and be really excited about scuba diving
BOBie Cycling Club
If you’re a first-time home buyer, you might get a little queasy when the last line of your good-faith estimate comes in at several thousand dollars. And after the color returns to your face, you might also be a little more than perplexed by some of those fees. Knowing what you’re paying for—like these 10 […]Read More...
Few people look forward to tax season, and when you’re a new homeowner, filing can be even more daunting. Suddenly, you have new forms to fill out and more potential for making a mistake. But taxes aren’t all bad; homeowners get more tax benefits than renters. And if you can avoid these five common mistakes, […]Read More...