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Wall Street Journal - Article About Murphys
IT IS A TYPICAL Friday night in Murphys, Calif. At one end of Main Street, hundreds of older residents are tucking into a hearty supper of corned beef and cabbage at the Native Sons of the Golden West hall, while a few steps away, 30-somethings are sipping chardonnay and eating seared ahi tuna at an outdoor bistro. Murphys, a historic Gold Rush town in the Sierra Nevada foothills about 2˝ hours east of San Francisco, is full of such contradictions – which is why is has become a draw for many retirees. “Murphys may have lots of retirees, but it doesn’t feel ‘old,’” say 73-year-old Roy Creager, who moved into Murphys from the San Francisco Bay Area after he retired in 1997. “We can go to the theater and enjoy a nice dinner, but you still get that small-town feel where you know your neighbors.” Murphys is certainly old by California standards. In 1848, the town got its start as a rough-and-tumble mining camp at the epicenter of the Gold Rush. Thousands of people staked claims to square patches of dirt in hopes of striking rich. Many did; some estimate as much as $20 million in gold was carted off from the Murphys Camp in just a couple of years. By 1850, the town, named after area’s most successful miner, John Murphys had already started to decline. ...more
 
Realty Tax Tips
It's difficult for most of us to get very excited about income taxes. But when it comes to earning up to $250,000 tax-free (up to $500,000 for a qualified married couple), have I got your attention yet? ...more
 
Why an accurate value is so important
Before the torrid real estate market of recent years, a common pricing strategy was to list your home for between 2.5 to 5 percent more than the expected sale price. This way, you would have room to negotiate with the buyer. ...more
 
Home buyers: Do not disturb home seller without an agent
Real Estate Articles from Inman News -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recently, a home seller who valued her privacy was unpleasantly surprised when she found a prospective home buyer in her backyard. The buyer was not accompanied by a real estate agent. The seller was very upset. She had listed her home for sale with a real estate agent because she didn't want to interact directly with prospective buyers. ...more
 
Does home remodeling always pay off?
Perhaps you've heard stories about homeowners who've greatly improved their net worth by remodeling homes and selling them. But, while remodeling can add value, there's no guarantee that a future buyer will pay you enough to recoup your investment. ...more
 
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