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  • Need a job, selling your house? OC economists have a positive forecast

    Chapman University economists are predicting small but continued growth for Orange County in the coming year, with modest gains in jobs, personal incomes and resale prices of single-family homes. Researchers of the university's 37th annual Economic...
  • Newport man gets 7 years in real estate fraud

    A Newport Beach man was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for his part in a scheme that used forged documents and straw buyers to commit more than $16 million in real estate fraud, according to authorities. Dinesh Valjeebhai Shah, 65, pleaded...
  • Veterans cemetery at the Great Park?

    Veterans cemetery at the Great Park?
    When American Legion Chaplain Bill Cook peered through the chainlink fence at the windswept landscape — stripes of concrete marking a scrubby field framed by dark green foothills in the distance — he remembered the Phantoms. The fighter jets...
  • Chapman offers generally rosy forecast update

    It was mostly good news Thursday morning as Chapman University revealed its 2014-15 Economic Forecast update in Costa Mesa. Orange County is showing broad growth in all job sectors — among them construction, education, healthcare, professional and...
  • Three Orange County office buildings sold as market picks up

    Three office buildings in Mission Viejo and Irvine have sold in two transactions that, combined, industry observers valued at more than $90 million as investor demand for Orange County commercial properties heats up. The sales to large national...
  • Motel operators: 'We need to make our living'

    Motel operators: 'We need to make our living'
    Second story in an occasional series about Costa Mesa's troubled motels. On a typical weekend evening at the Costa Mesa Motor Inn, kids scamper through the labyrinthine courtyard as pairs of neighbors lean on walkway railings, smoking and chatting in...
  • Price isn't Villa Pietra's only distinction

    Price isn't Villa Pietra's only distinction
    A real estate brokerage with the name of billionaire investor Warren Buffett's investment firm tied to it unveiled its first property in Orange County on Wednesday — a nearly $20 million home in Newport Coast. Prudential California Realty will...
  • Harlan: Stop focusing on boosting homeownership

    There are visible signs in Costa Mesa that the housing market is recovering. After a few years of virtually no new residential construction (between 2009 and 2012, Costa Mesa added only 56 new housing units, with zero in 2011), it's heartening to see...
  • Commentary: To attract top-notch residents, cut crime

    Costa Mesa, according to recent statistics, has 60% renters and 40% home owners — a ratio that has bothered many elected officials for years. On April 13, Daily Pilot columnist Jeffrey Harlan wrote a piece, "Stop focusing on boosting home...
  • Flood risk: Bane of Balboa Island's existence

    Flood risk: Bane of Balboa Island's existence
    Craig Schusterick, his workman's hands powdery white with construction grit, led the way across Onyx Avenue on Balboa Island to show off his handiwork. His nearly complete three-story home — designed with solid wood paneling to echo the Cape Cod...
  • Irvine set to vote on developer's streamlined Great Park plan

    Irvine set to vote on developer's streamlined Great Park plan
    Orange County Great Park designer Ken Smith was hired for his vision. When he looked out at 1,300 acres of runways and abandoned buildings at a former military base in Irvine, he imagined a gathering place that could provide a center to this sprawling...
  • Irvine woman who stole from nuns gets 37 months in prison

    An Irvine woman who stole $285,000 from a group of nuns and then spent it all in just 64 days was sentenced Friday to 37 months in federal prison. Linda Rose Gagnon, 59, had promised to help the Roman Catholic sisters buy a retirement home, but...