Santa Cruz Real Estate Digest, Ed. 35
In This Month's Issue
Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, And Monterey Real Estate Market Statistics

4 Things All Homeowners Must Know to Save Time, Money, and Improve Your Home

Opportunities to Buy New Homes in Santa Cruz County

Rent Control in Santa Cruz County Mobile Home Parks

The Indoor Generation and The Importance of Indoor Air Quality
Real Estate Market Statistics

For Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, and Monterey

The reports contain median home prices, real estate price statistics, valuable information about mortgage rates and much more.




4 Things All Homeowners Must Know to Save Time, Money, and Improve Your Home
This article is a spin off of the book:  100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know: How to Save Money, Solve Problems and Improve Your Home  and is written in the spirit of smart-homeownership. As with most things in life, the better you get to know your home, the better you’ll be able to care for and improve it. Click "Learn More" to read on.
Opportunities to Buy New Homes in Santa Cruz County
If you are interested in buying a newer home in Santa Cruz county (5 years or younger) you may be in luck. Multiple housing projects throughout the county are either underway or have been recently completed and we’ve compiled a list of them in this article. You'll find it by clicking "Learn More". If you would like more information about one of these options, please contact us.
Rent Control in Santa Cruz County Mobile Home Parks
When you purchase a mobile home on a leased-lot, you will be asked to sign a rental agreement. State law allows you a choice of signing a month-to-month or a one year agreement. The management is also allowed to offer you a long-term (more than one year) lease. Did you know that if you sign a long-term lease you may lose valuable rent-adjustment protections? Learn more in this article.
Christine's Corner
The Indoor Generation and The Importance of Indoor Air Quality

Did you Know?

  • We spend 90% of our time indoors with minimal daylight and fresh air. 
  • Studies suggest that daylight can improve your children’s learning abilities by up to 15%.
  • Living in damp and moldy homes increases risk of asthma by 40%.
  • Children’s rooms often contain the most pollutants.

These comes from the video clip in this month's article on the "Indoor Generation". I highly recommend watching it and contemplating how you can improve your indoor air quality for the benefit of you and your loved ones.

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