From the monthly archives:

September 2009

Oakland eats

September 30, 2009

The Chronicle’s annual Bargain Bites was just released. Look for our local East Bay eateries. Allow me to plug Taqueria Los Comales, just around the corner from me in the Dimond District. I go there weekly to gorge on their juicy burritos. (The Super burritos come in generous portions, and I’ve yet to muster the […]

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Andante litigation settlement

September 29, 2009

Our contact at CitiScape Property Management called me today with excellent news. The Andante Emeryville’s HOA and developer have finalized the settlement agreement. This means the pending escrows at the Andante, including mine, can move forward – for those whose buyers are financing their purchases. Litigation involving the HOA is just a reality of common […]

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$8000 tax credit extension – or no?

September 16, 2009

The $8000 federal tax credit for first-time homebuyers is due to expire on Dec 1st. There’s support and opposition within Congress toward its extension. If extended at all, its eligibility or benefits may be modified. This New York Times piece takes a look.

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Open Sunday – Cute Montclair SFH w/Views

September 11, 2009

55 Asilomar Circle – Montclair Open Sunday, September 13th: 2:00pm-4:30pm. Click here for brochure. – Enjoy the best of Montclair living in this cute package. This turnkey home features remodeled granite kitchen and baths, hardwood floors, and upgraded windows…all within a flowing, light-filled layout. The living room and one bedroom walk out to a long […]

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