Dick Clark’s “Flintstone House” Sells In Malibu After 3 Years on Market.
Dick Clark’s Malibu Retreat sold for $1,777,777 after being listed in 2012.
After 3 years of being on the market, the famous home of the late Dick Clark nicknamed “The Flintstone House” is finally sold for $1,777,777 which is roughly half of what the home originally listed for in 2012 ($3.5 mil).
This home was a “getaway home” that Dick Clark and his wife built in the 1980’s. The property is 23 acres amid protected land and trails in the Santa Monica Mountains Promontory. “I came up with the idea that if the house looked like a rock formation, the park conservancy would let us build on top,” architect Phillip Jon Brown told CNNMoney.
The only way you can reach the property is by a three mile drive along a canyon road. The seclusion and feeling of isolation was immense. The unbelievable view that is 360 degrees, including the Pacific Ocean, Boney and Santa Monica Mountains is the ball dropping feature of this rock era enclave. The property is specifically designated for equestrian use which gives it even a more “one with nature” feel to it.
The iconic television personality, who died in 2012 at 82, hosted American Bandstand for more than three decades starting in the 1950’s as well as other game shows.
Clark and his wife Kari were married at 7pm on July 7th, 1977 on 7/7/77 in a ceremony that was rumored to last 17 minutes and had only 7 guests. He is also said to have a post office box numbered 7777.
By Shannon Biszantz on December 18, 2014
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San Diego Home Prices Gain and Outpaces U.S. Real Estate Sales.
San Diego Real Estate Sales prices surge and reach higher than United Sates Real Estate Sales.
By Shannon Biszantz on December 11, 2014
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10 Reasons for Selling Your Home During The Holidays.
Selling your home during the Holidays can be an advantage!
1. People looking are generally more serious buyers.
2. Serious buyers have fewer houses to choose from, the seller has less competition to sell.
3. Houses are especially appealing with holiday decor.
4. After holidays the supply of listings increases substantially which lowers the demand for your home.
5. Buyers tend to be emotionally motivated at year-end.
6. Buyers have more time to look with less constrained work schedule than non-seasonal time.
7. Many people will purchase by year-end for tax-purposes.
8. You can still be on the market, but have the option to restrict showings to 6-7 days during the holidays.
9. Sell now, and specify a delayed closing or extended occupancy until early next year.
10. Be selling now, you have an opportunity to buy during the spring, when many houses are on the market.
Happy House Hunting or Selling!
The Biszantz Connection
Biszantz Connection Sells Chateau Village Town Home In Carmel Valley.
Rarely Available Chateau Village Town Home sells for $554,000 by The Biszantz Connection.
The Biszantz Connection sold a beautiful town home in the heart of Carmel Valley representing the buyer in the transaction. Kent Dial was the listing Realtor from Coldwell Banker in Carmel Valley.
The Town Home has westerly views, cool offshore breezes and we could not be happier for our dear friend who benefited from moving quickly to secure the property as his.
Congratulations to Van and wish you many happy years there!
The Biszantz Connection.
By Shannon Biszantz on October 18, 2014
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Fixed Rate Mortgages averaged below 4% .
Fixed Rate Mortgage rate levels at its lowest level since the week of June 20th.
the average fixed mortgage rates hitting new lows for the year as. At 3.97 percent the average 30-year fixed rate is at its lowest level since the week of June 20, 2013 when it averaged 3.93 percent. This was also the last time the 30-year fixed averaged below 4 percent in the PMMS until this week.
30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 3.97 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week ending October 16, 2014, down from last week when it averaged 4.12 percent. A year ago at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 4.28 percent.
15-year Fixed Rate Mortgage this week averaged 3.18 percent with an average 0.5 point, down from last week when it averaged 3.30 percent. A year ago at this time, the 15-year FRM averaged 3.33
In my humble opinion, I keep wondering how long is this going to last where it is so cheap to borrow money? If you are sitting on the fence as to whether to buy a home, these low Fixed Rate Mortgages make an undeniable argument to get off the fence and start investing in your future through buying rentals, first homes, investment income….Call Shannon Biszantz at The Biszantz Connection and we can sit down and discuss what your needs are and how best to raise your personal investment portfolio. 619-417-4655 or Shannon@ShannonBiszantz.com
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