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  • City Life: I'm not going far

    Last month, I accepted an offer to write a weekly column for the real estate supplement that is included with the Daily Pilot each Saturday. That supplement also appears in newspapers stretching from Seal Beach to San Clemente, which gives me a...
  • Councilor votes for colleague

    COSTA MESA — Councilman Jim Righeimer's former campaign manager has been appointed to the city's Parks and Recreation Committee. Ethan Temianka was approved, without discussion, on a 4-1 vote. Councilwoman Wendy Leece dissented. The 27-year-old is...
  • To sell home this summer, prepare now

    We can start 2011 with a few assumptions on which most real estate analysts will agree. First, mortgage interest rates will rise, probably to 5.5% or up to 5.7%. As I wrote last week, that is historically cheap money. Second, home prices will increase...
  • A Bird's Eye View: Where the smart money will go in 2011

    Editor's note: Veteran Newport Beach real estate executive Tom Iovenitti, who used to pen a column for View magazine, has agreed to contribute columns to the Coastal Real Estate section. This is his first. Remember me? I'm still around, still actively...
  • Brown appoints O.C. labor leader to Fair Board

    COSTA MESA — Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed a labor leader embroiled in Costa Mesa's recent political conflicts to the board of directors that oversees the Orange County Fairgrounds. Nick Berardino, 62, general manager of the Orange County...
  • United Way names new chief executive

    Max Gardner, the new chief executive of the Irvine-based Orange County United Way, vowed this week to do "anything he can" to meet the needs of struggling O.C. families. Gardner, a 30-year veteran of the real estate industry, joined United Way in 2005 as...
  • Jergler: All-cash buyers pump up the market, but may hurt other buyers

    Cash is king in the real estate market throughout Southern California in general and in Orange County in particular, where thanks to falling home prices, more people with the means seem interested in plunking down a lump sum and getting a home free and...
  • Charles A. Langlois

    CHARLES A. LANGLOIS Charles A. Langlois was born December 18, 1933 to Alice and Harold Langlois in Santiago, Chile.  He went to our Lord on Monday, July 25, 2011 after suffering a brain hemorrhage late Saturday evening. He joined his beloved wife of 56...
  • Henn votes on Lido, despite financial ties

    Henn votes on Lido, despite financial ties
    Newport Beach Mayor Mike Henn has long championed the revitalization of struggling Lido Village. He led the city's efforts to improve the commercial area's streetscape, redesign streets and parking, and bring more shoppers through its stores. When...
  • Council members' 'Form 700' documents reviewed

    Newport Beach Mayor Mike Henn disclosed the basics of his financial connections to Lido Village in the state Fair Political Practices Commission's annual statement of economic interests: the "Form 700" document, which public officials are required to...
  • Jergler: Don't overprice yourself out of a sale

    Home prices have continued to sink, but not low enough to dampen seller expectations. That has created yet another market fundamental that's dragging on sales, one in which buyers and sellers cannot get on the same page, some experts say. Steven Thomas,...
  • Rizzo spared no expense on his lavish Surf City home

    Rizzo spared no expense on his lavish Surf City home
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — A guided tour of Robert Rizzo's home Friday offered an unusual peek into the affluent lifestyle he built while running blue-collar Bell. When he lived in the house near Huntington Beach's City Hall, the former city manager...