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  • Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate

     Jergler: A gnarly new voice in real estate
    If you were to tune out the din of numerous voices talking shop this weekend at the National Assn. of Realtors Conference & Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center, which is expected to draw nearly 18,000 people in the real estate business from all over the...
  • Home rehab loans available for Costa Mesa residents

    Costa Mesa is accepting applications for no-interest, single-family home rehabilitation loans. The loans are federally funded and available to single-family homeowners who need mechanical, electrical, plumbing or roofing repairs. The loans can also be...
  • City manager to sell Newport home

    City manager to sell Newport home
    Newport Beach City Manager Dave Kiff is selling his Upper Newport Bay home and says he will repay the $470,000 the city lent him for the house. Kiff plans to move back to Laguna Beach, where he lived for about 15 years. He still owns a home there. His...
  • Seaweed soak spa opens in Newport

    Seaweed soak spa opens in Newport
    After her warm bath, Claudia Stubin said she was relaxed and her skin felt healthier. But seaweed, not bubbles, was responsible. Stubin, a Huntington Beach resident, was a first-time customer Tuesday at Seaweed Sok, a Newport Beach bathing facility...
  • Barbara Ward Aune

    Barbara Ward Aune
    Barbara Ward Aune died peacefully at age 87, in her beloved “Villa Montana” home October 21, 2012. She had called Newport Beach home for 62 years. She was known as the real estate lady with the hat! She was born in Clinton Montana to Sidney...
  • Wu: The Taj, the dock fee and home values

    Are you excited? I'm excited. Not Christmas excited. Excited because the Newport Beach City Council and the government employees who overflow the old City Hall will be moving into the largest, most egregious example of shiny government decadence and...
  • Councilman's home again in foreclosure

    Newport Beach City Councilman Ed Selich's home is once again slated for foreclosure, according to a legal notice published this week in the Daily Pilot. Selich made headlines in June when his Bayside Drive home was nearing bank auction, but he was able...
  • Sounding Off: Reinventing the light bulb

    When you read that, starting Jan. 1, the 100-watt bulb is fading away due to its inefficiencies, you may think, "There they go again. Now Congress wants to dictate which light bulb I can use." The answer is yes and no. In 2007, President George W....
  • Real estate company manages to grow

    Real estate company manages to grow
    COSTA MESA — When Cameron Merage was a 22-year-old Sacramento State University graduate, he told a professor that he wanted to go into development. "He told me, 'You're too young to do development, why don't you go into the sale of real estate?'"...
  • European retailer opens in Corona del Mar

    McKee & Co. Home, a European home furnishings retailer, has opened its doors in Corona del Mar. The new location, McKee & Co.'s second in Orange County, occupies a nearly 5,000 square-foot space in the Corona del Mar Plaza, 984 Avocado Ave. McKee & Co....
  • City Life: Sky hasn't fallen on home sales

    During a volatile housing market, it is important to remember that everything is relative and everything is cyclical, that is, wait long enough and housing history will repeat itself. In that regard, housing is just like any other economic force. When,...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Native pollinators can help with fruit, vegetables

    If you're like many home gardeners, you may have added fruit trees to your garden in the past two years. Maybe a peach or an apricot, or even a few citrus or dwarf avocado. Maybe you're more into grapes and berries. Perhaps you're more the vegetable type...