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BY LAURA DRAMMER & RICHARD EHRLICH
Conveniently located near to the upper and lower Montecito villages, Santa Barbara, hiking trails & the beach, this very private & peaceful single-level 2 BR/2 BA Montecito home tucked back from the street is a little oasis and a wonderful alternative to a condo. At the heart of the home is the luxuriously remodeled chef's kitchen, complete with all the extras including a fabulous bar area. The kitchen which flows seamlessly to the spacious dining, family & living rooms offering easy living, is perfect for entertaining large gatherings or intimate dinners. The family room with soaring beamed ceiling, large windows looking out to a woodland-like backyard, & wood-burning brick fireplace is the perfect place to kick-back & relax.
Sliding glass doors from family, dining & living rooms open out to a very private backyard, with majestic redwoods, brick patio & hot tub, providing the optimum indoor/outdoor lifestyle in Montecito's sought-after temperate climate. The spacious light-filled primary suite has built-ins, walk-in-closet, large bathroom & French doors that lead out to the verdant gardens & emerald, green lawn beyond. There is plenty of space for parking & a small workshop area in the oversized double garage. Just minutes from restaurants, shopping, & entertainment venues, this home is a must for the buyer looking for easy living in a fabulous Montecito location.
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Giving Thanks … in the Kitchen
As we enter the holiday season and prepare to don our literal or figurative party hats, I can’t help but think about the center of it all: the kitchen. Kitchens represent the heart of the home, and one of the greatest changes in home interiors that we’ve seen in the past 50 years involves the kitchen.
Kitchens have gone from small, enclosed spaces to expansive, large, open-concept areas that are the focal point of entertaining. Most home renovation projects today involve knocking down walls between the kitchen and living room to create a great room, while large kitchen islands with spaces for family and friends to gather remain one of the most dominant features in new construction.
At the same time, the materials used in kitchen design continue to evolve. Over the past few decades, kitchen materials have cycled from heavy, dark woods and gran ite countertops to the all-white kitchen still popular today. In the past few years, we’ve seen a rise in “Organic Modern,” a modern-leaning design balanced by organic elements.
Organic Modern design uses earthy tones and rustic elements in a clean, sleek way. Colors and textures of this style are nature-based and tend to blend into a space rather than act as a bold statement. Light, warm wood tones play a large part in this trend with designs favoring white oak or other light to mid-tones in flat-panel cabine try, creating an approachable yet elevated look. Concrete countertops or floors have also become increasing popu lar for enthusiasts of the Organic Modern aesthetic and large picture windows help to bring the outdoors inside.
As a fan of streamlined design, this is my favorite trend in kitchen design to date and I’m pretty sure
we’ll be sitting around the Thanksgiving table for a few years to come with this style still at the head of the table. But ultimately, it doesn’t matter what your kitchen looks like or where you gather this holiday season may it simply be filled with love, family, and friends! Happy Thanksgiving!
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Christine S. Cowles is owner of Styled & Staged Santa Barbara, an interior design company specializing in short-term rental prop erties. She is a certified Short-Term Rental Stylist™, member of Santa Barbara Association of Realtors and Real Estate Staging As sociation, and a proud WEV graduate. She can be reached at info@ styledandstagedsb.com.
THE STYLE SPECIALIST
COURTESY COURTESY SHERWIN WILLIAMS
The Jenni Kayne Ranch in Santa Ynez. Located a few hours outside of Los Angeles in the idyllic setting of Santa Ynez, the Jenni Kayne Ranch is the latest full-scale interiors project from the talented team behind the California lifestyle brand Jenni Kayne. Nestled on approximately twenty acres in the coveted Woodstock Ranch community, this entirely remodeled, serene ranch home comes alive through thoughtful details curated by and from today’s most trusted design sources. Featuring breathtaking 360-degree views of the Santa Ynez landscape, the Jenni Kayne Ranch is primed for all forms of indoor-outdoor living with a luxurious pool and spa and gathering spaces suited for year-round entertaining. Grounded in natural textures and neutral tones, the home offers four generous bedrooms all en-suite that look out to stunning scenes of the surrounding California Oaks, an open single-story floor-plan, an eat-in kitchen adjacent to the family room, and all the beauty one has come to expect from Jenni Kayne.
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties & Carolwood Real Estate Laura@LauraDrammer.com • 805.448.7500 • DRE: 01209580 • www.LauraDrammer.com RE@WeaHomes.com • 310.860.8885 • DRE: 01267136 • www.RichardEhrlich.com explore this property at 3226LiveOak.com
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JASON WOULD LIKE TO GIVE THANKS
The Philanthropic Spirit of Santa Barbara
As we also prepare for and celebrate #GIvingTuesday, please consider joining me in donating to the following local organizations:
Alzheimer’s Association California
Central Coast Chapter
Angels Foster Care
Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara ASAP Cats
Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families
Food From The Heart Foodbank of Santa Barbara
Gateway Educational Services Goleta Valley Historical Society HEIFER INTERNATIONAL Hillside
Immigrant Hope Santa Barbara Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara Agriculture & Farm Education Foundation
Santa Barbara Alliance for Community Transformation
Santa Barbara Beautiful
Santa Barbara Bucket Brigade
Santa Barbara Humane Society
Santa Barbara Maritime Museum
Mickey Flacks Journalism Fund Mothers’ Helpers
Channel Islands Restoration Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (CLUE-Santa Barbara Chapter)
Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara (CAMA)
Community Environmental Council
Domestic Violence Solutions
Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara
Environmental Defense Center
New Directions for People with Disabilities, Inc.
North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center
Pacific Pride Foundation PARC Foundation
Partners in Housing Solutions
Planned Parenthood California Central Coast
Rooted Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara School of Squash Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara Sweetwater Collaborative
The Anti-Defamation League
The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA)
The Dyslexia Project
The Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. Under the guidance of AGS Builders, this casually elegant a meticulous renovation while maintaining all the charm of a 1940s traditional home. Mature on one of San Roque’s most sought-after streets, which is convenient to parks, restaurants, Elementary School, and all the shopping of Upper State Street. Open-concept living leads to the gourmet kitchen, dining room, family room, and formal living features a fireplace, large windows with mountain views, cathedral-beamed ceilings, and The all new windows and French doors provide seamless indoor-outdoor living complemented featuring new Batu and Limestone decking. Too many upgrades to list.
The Marjorie Luke Theatre
The Santa Barbara Tennis Patrons Unite to Light
Wilderness Youth Project
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TO THE WONDERFUL SANTA BARBARA COMMUNITY FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT AND WISH EVERYONE A HAPPY AND HEALTHY THANKSGIVING AND HOLIDAY SEASON.
INDEPENDENT REAL ESTATE NOVEMBER 23, 2022 realestate.independent.com 7 SANTA BARBARA REGION BROKERAGES | SANTA BARBARA | MONTECITO | SANTA YNEZ VALLEY © 2022 Sotheby’s International Realty. All Rights Reserved. The Sotheby’s International Realty trademark is licensed and used with permission. Each Sotheby’s International Realty office is independently owned and operated, except those operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. The Sotheby’s International Realty network fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. All offerings are subject to errors, omissions, changes including price or withdrawal without notice. DRE License Numbers for All Featured Agents: Patty Murphy: 766586 | Jason Siemens: 1886104 | Kristi Curtis: 2012866 | Nico Pollero: 2015085 | Diane Waterhouse: 1257696 | Dusty Baker: 1908615 | Patricia Castillo: 1917216 | Nate Alker: 01796904 NEW LISTING | CARPINTERIA 3BD | 2BA | $2,795,000 NICO POLLERO 805.450.3552 Carpinteria Ocean View Retreat 1986Arriba.com EUCALYPTUS HILL AREA 2BD | 2BA | $2,495,000 JASON SIEMENS 805.455.1165 Coronada Circle Home 118CoronadaCir.com WEST SIDE 2BD | 2BA | $1,649,000 DIANE WATERHOUSE 805.886.2988 Beautifully Remodeled 1929 Duplex 801WMissionSt.com NEW LISTING | TURNPIKE/PATTERSON 3BD | 2BA | $1,295,000 DUSTY BAKER GROUP 805.220.4210 Serene Cul-De-Sac Home 108SanFederico.com NEW LISTING | BUELLTON 5BD | 2BA | $940,000 PATTY CASTILLO 805.570.6593 Beautiful Ranch Style Home 255DairylandRoad.com NEW LISTING | GAVIOTA 1/12TH INTEREST PARCEL 113 | $650,000 ALKER TEAM 805.455.6520 Unique Interest, Hollister Ranch 113HollisterRanch.com SANTA YNEZ 6BD | 6BA/1PBA | $6,295,000 PATTY MURPHY 805.680.8571 Rancho Cielo Vista 3570Woodstock.com MONTECITO 3BD | 3BA | $3,549,000 JASON SIEMENS 805.455.1165 Classic Ocean View Cottage 540ScenicDr.com NEW LISTING | GAVIOTA 81+/- ACRES | $2,900,000 KRISTI CURTIS 805.886.6135 Farm Setting Overlooking Gaviota 2111RefugioRd.com accurate, it is not warranted and you should not rely upon it without personal verification. Real estate agents affiliated with COLDWELL BANKER RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE ROQUE elegant Santa Barbara home has just undergone Mature trees surround the eco-friendly property restaurants, the award-winning Peabody Charter living room. The upstairs romantic Master Suite and dual closets with custom shelving. complemented by the private exterior entertaining space more information visit www.3315LosPinos.com
1618 Grand Avenue 626 San Roque Road 1235 Quail Ridge Road 17 Pueblo Vista Road 1524 Dover Road 812 Romero Canyon Road 3511 Sea Ledge Lane 530 N. F Street 1013 N. Z Street 5041 Yaple Avenue Giving back to our local community since 1988!
Our mission is twofold - to provide the highest level of service to our clients and to give back to our community. We want to shine a light on a few of the organizations we like to highlight. We work directly with these organizations and/or make monetary donations in honor of our clients. As we think about all that we are grateful for, please consider contributing to these organizations that make a huge impact on our Santa Barbara community: Foodbank of Santa Barbara, Transition House, The SBCC Foundation, Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, The Common Table Foundation, Santa Barbara Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care, and Catholic Charities. We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! We could not be more grateful for our clients and our community.
We are grateful to have been of service in the following sales this year: 1058 Cramer Road 1104 Castillo Street 4012 Invierno Drive Unit A 1523 Kronborg Drive 734 Calle De Los Amigos 630 Calle De Los Amigos 2764 Miradero Drive 7049 Armstrong Drive 316 W. Ortega Street Unit 1 1809 Cliff Drive Unit 1 4991 La Ramada Drive
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INDEPENDENT REAL ESTATE NOVEMBER 23, 2022 realestate.independent.com The ‘’Olive House’’ is a renovated Mesa home down the street from Elings Park and centrally located between Lazy Acres Market and Hendry’s Beach. Set on a 0.24 acre lot, this 4 Bed, 3 Bath home features 1,821 sq. ft., 10’’ wide plank floors and 3 custom bifolding door systems, providing seamless indoor/outdoor livability. 4 Bed | 3 Bath | 1,821 Sq. Ft. | $3,295,000 © 2022 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties (BHHSCP) is a member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates LLC. BHHS and the BHHS symbol are registered service marks of Columbia Insurance Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. BHH Affiliates LLC and BHHSCP do not guarantee accuracy of all data including measurements, conditions, and features of property. Information is obtained from various sources and will not be verified by broker or MLS. Buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of that information. RICARDO MUNOZ Chairman’s Circle Top 2% Nationwide & Abroad C: 805-895-8725 F: 805-563-0053 email@example.com License # 01505757 2402 Calle Montilla, Santa BarBara, Ca
SBCC Foundation Hosts Donor Reception
On October 19, the Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) Foundation hosted a lovely Fall Recep tion for its President’s Circle and Legacy Circle members on the picturesque patio of the college’s Garvin Theatre. These donors recognize the importance of private funding to enable members of our community to attend our widely acclaimed community college where they can obtain a high-quality education.
About 80 guests enjoyed mingling, with SBCC Music Department faculty members Ralph Lowi and Andrew Martinez providing background music and SBCC Culi nary Arts students serving their appetizer creations.
SBCC Interim Superintendent/President Kindred Murillo thanked donors, who have enabled SBCC to do many amazing things. She shared her excitement for SBCC’s focus on creating an environment where students feel like they belong and where they can succeed, which led to the creation of the new Dream Center for undocu mented students as well as other initiatives.
Sofia Gotthold, a recent SBCC graduate who received two scholarships from the Foundation, expressed her grati tude to donors, advisors, and professors for enabling her to complete her studies. After coming to the U.S. from South America on her own and graduating with honors from SBCC, she is now at UCSB studying cellular and molecu lar biology and is on her way to becoming a doctor in the field of neurology. With the academic preparation SBCC afforded her, according to Gotthold, she feels empowered and limitless. She reflected on how SBCC is a place of opportunity for everyone and how the college sees “the light in each of its students.” She thanked donors for mak ing the dreams of students possible and with her sincere, from-the-heart speech, endeared herself to guests.
Foundation CEO Geoff Green recognized elected officials present, including Congressman Salud Carbajal, Supervisor and CA Assemblymember-elect Gregg Hart, and Mayor Randy Rowse.
Green also thanked the donors present for giving unre stricted dollars that enable the Foundation to provide emergency grants, scholarships, the Promise Program,
and more. Noting how public funding does not always support experiments, Green related how private funding through the Foundation can function like venture capital, enabling the college to experiment with new programs. Thanks to donors, the Foundation is able to fund innova tive programs pitched by faculty and the administration.
Green provided an update on the SBCC Promise, the six-year-old flagship program, which currently has nearly 1,400 students, a welcome bounce back from a COVIDinduced low of 1,100 students. Of those currently enrolled, more than half have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, which, accord ing to Green, indicates an incredibly high chance of success.
The Promise covers all tuition, fees, books, and supplies of any student who has just completed secondary educa tion in the SBCC District (Gaviota to Carpinteria) and agrees to the eligibility requirements. The State of Cali fornia has long covered the tuition of some low-income students, but according to Green, tuition accounts for only about half of the total costs students face. The SBCC Promise’s coverage of pricey textbooks, fees, and supplies allows college to be an option for many low-income stu dents who otherwise could not attend. The Promise also is open to students whose family earns too much to qualify for the state’s program, yet in many cases cannot afford to attend full-time. These students make up about one-third of Promise students.
Other innovative programs include the Running Start program for high school students who are unprepared for college; SPARC, a summer bridge program for singleparent students; Transitions, for individuals released from the criminal justice system, and the Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship, which provides academic instruc tion practical experience, and startup support to budding student entrepreneurs. This Center was founded by and is fully funded by the Foundation.
In the 2021-22 school year, the Foundation awarded a total of nearly $4.8 million: $2 million for the Promise, $1.1 million for scholarships and book grants, and $1.7 million for student support programs. In that last school year, about 675 students received some form of financial aid.
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SOCIETY MATTERS Text and photos by Gail Arnold
SBCC served 25,230 students, 62 percent of whom were from this district. Just over half of students attended for credit; just over a third attended full-time.
Foundation’s annual Spring Forward Gala will be held on May 20, 2023.
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Student speaker Sofia Gotthold, Foundation CEO Geoff Green, and SBCC Interim Superintendent/President Kindred Murillo
Foundation Boardmember Sarah de Tagyos, Foundation Board President Scott Vincent, and Associated Student Government President and Foundation Boardmember Chernor Diallo
Foundation Chief Development Officer Sarah Stretz, Foundation Board member Frank Tabar, and Mariko Tabar
Foundation Director of Marketing and Communications Jennifer LeMay with Foundation Boardmembers Daniel Emmett and Wendy Read
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$1,085,000 11/01/22 1455 STERLING AVE
GOLETA CLEMMONS PENNY 5290 OVERPASS ROAD LLC $110,000 11/04/22 5290 OVERPASS RD 211
WHISENAND SUSAN EA
SPAINHOUR DAVID EA
RITMIRE DIANA EA
KORTE-NAHABEDIAN MARK EA
$1,050,000 11/01/22 1006 N SAN MARCOS RD
$1,735,000 11/02/22 922 CALLE ABIERTA
SBMR LLC 1418 ALMOND LLC $3,000,000 11/02/22 5392 HOLLISTER AVE
NGO PHUONG COLSTON WALKER EA $1,226,000 11/04/22 7309 DAVENPORT RD
GIMELBERG AMBER EU GARCIA SERGIO EU $1,192,500 11/02/22 7349 ELMHURST PL
CWI SANTA BARBARA HOTEL LP RUBY SB HOTEL LLC $529,869,000 11/03/22 8301 HOLLISTER AVE
SMITH TAYLOR EA LATORRE TYLER EU $1,200,000 11/01/22 7588 HEMPSTEAD AVE
GUADALUPE SERPA RICHARD
PERALEZ MANUEL EA
CAMARENA CAM EA 4625 INVESTMENTS LLC
LOMPOC OZUNA EVANGELINA EA
MONTECITO KARPELES MARK EA
SANTA BARBARA PORTER ALAN
SIMPLE BUY LLC
BUUR SHEILA EA
TORREZ JASON EA
$400,000 11/04/22 555 CAMPODONICO AVE
$3,085,000 11/04/22 4609 TENTH ST
$475,000 11/02/22 1000 E OCEAN AVE
WALLER CHARLES $405,000 11/02/22 1010 E WALNUT AVE
465 HOT SPRINGS ROAD LLC
LOS PATOS WAY LLC
GARCIA LEMUEL EU
HAPPY HUNTING LLC
$11,500,000 11/04/22 465 HOT SPRINGS RD
$7,125,000 11/01/22 40 LOS PATOS WAY
$1,270,000 11/04/22 301 N SOLEDAD ST
$1,725,000 11/04/22 715 ROBERTO AVE
PEREZ LUIS EA 64TWO DLG LLC $1,260,000 11/01/22 642 W DE LA GUERRA ST
$2,370,000 11/04/22 1527 CRESTLINE DR
ELLIS THEODORE EU GLASS CLAUDIA
ORDWAY KATHRYN EA JENKINS WYATT EU
$1,450,000 11/04/22 460 FOXEN DR
$4,500,000 11/03/22 281 SHULTE LN
CALANDRO JOHN EA BYRNE GARY EA $1,750,000 11/04/22 521 CARRIAGE HILL CT
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Big challenges face our society and our planet, none bigger or more pressing than climate change. A ray of hope is how innovative new technologies are tackling a number of these challenges simultaneously. In the housing sector, the 3D-printing pro cess, without much publicity, is launching a revolution in construction materials and methods that are addressing affordability, energy-efficiency, durability, and beauty
while erecting structures in record time and at scale.
The software, robotics, and new mixes of materials are technically complex but once the large printers, equipped with robotic arms that travel on rails, are set up, the process is simple. Nozzles at the ends of the robotic arms extrude environ mentally friendly concrete mixes, plastics, hemp, mud, wood fibers, and other mate rials in a layering sequence to create solid,
three-dimensional walls. Large sections of the build ing are printed and then assembled. Tech firms and architects are teaming up to produce designs that incor porate undulating curves that would be extremely time-consuming and pro hibitively expensive to cre ate using traditional building practices.
Jason Ballard, CEO of one of these pioneering tech firms, says, “With 3D printing, you not only have a continuous thermal envelope, high ther mal mass, and near zero waste, but you also have speed, a much broader design palette, next-level resiliency, and the possibility of a quantum leap in affordability. This isn’t 10 percent better; it’s 10 times better.”
This type of construction is being employed in the Netherlands, Mexico, Canada, the U.S., and in areas impacted by natural or man-made disasters where quick rebuilding is urgent. These houses are built to withstand hurricanes and earthquakes. Entire communities are being designed and constructed; sometimes the printing is on-site and sometimes close by. Lennar Construction, one of the country’s largest builders, is building a 100-unit 3D-printed home development in Texas. Austin, Texas, has become a hub of robotic construction in this country. For example, it is turning
out 400-square-foot homes to house 480 homeless people, or 40 percent of its street dwellers. The cost is $4,000 per unit. Print ing time for an entire home varies between 24 hours and a week and a half, the longer period being for larger custom homes.
Biophilic design, the recent term for increasing occupants’ connectivity to the natural world, is being embraced in most of these ventures. The mechanical nature of the production process may give the impression of uniformity and starkness, but the irregularities and imperfections of the striations have led some to compare the homes to adobe architecture. Similarly, the softer curves often harmonize with nature. Carefully thought-out, intricately designed print paths accommodate and hide highperformance mechanicals.
The potential of 3D-printed housing embraces beauty, livability, economy, and resource efficiency while cutting construc tion time to a fraction of that required by traditional building methods. How quickly will it move to mainstream?
Dennis Allen is chair of Allen Construction, an employeeowned company committed to building and operating sustainably. He also serves as chair of the Dean’s Council at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UCSB and as a boardmember of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.
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SANTA BARBARA COUNTY SALES
SANTA BARBARA JENSEN KELLY EA
SANTA MARIA GOLDEN TONY EA
SECHLER RUSSELL EU
CONWAY SHANE EA
DOLAN PATRICK EU
NAEMI ANGELO EU
BOWEN JOHN EA
RIOS AGUSTIN EA
CARDONA KENNETH J
FARAH SAFAA EU
LUNA BRENT EU
PRICE DATE ADDRESS
$3,100,000 11/02/22 4296 RANCHO ASOLEADO DR
$584,000 11/03/22 810 UNION AVE
PIERCE CORINNE EU $640,000 11/01/22 829 HARTNELL RD
FORD SHORASH EU $565,000 11/03/22 4068 BERRYWOOD DR
ZEPEDA JOSE EU $665,000 11/03/22 1214 VILLAGE CT
TORRES JOSE $900,000 11/02/22 4386 WESTMINSTER LN
TREVE ERIC $335,000 11/02/22 2473 S VILLAGE GREEN DR
HOLLINGSEAD BLANCHE EA $1,075,000 11/01/22 229 W SHEILA LN
SAMPSON RAPHAEL EU $605,000 11/04/22 2040 S LASSEN DR
$691,000 11/03/22 1007 W ANABELLE ST
GOMEZ MARCEDALIA EU GUIAM FRANCISCO EA $579,000 11/02/22 816 W RIMES CT
KSL GROUP LLC
MORETIC LOUIE EU
CALBILLO DANNY EU
SHAHOUD ABDO EA $320,000 11/02/22 617 E MAIN ST
VASQUEZ ELIZABETH $275,000 11/03/22 413 E PARK AVE B1
$570,000 11/01/22 1609 W CHERRY AVE
HOMER LEROY EA DOMINGUEZ VICTOR $470,000 11/04/22 4078 DRACO DR
WOMACK JOHN EA
FLOCKEN EUGENE EU
CEBADA VENTURES LLC
GILES KENNETH D
TUNNELL MARY EA
HEAD CHRISTOPHER EA
JACOBSON JOHN EA
HOESL ANTON EA
CARMICHAEL JESSE EA $415,000 11/04/22 3456 VIA CORTEZ
SALINAS ANTHONY EU $732,500 11/04/22 567 ST ANDREWS WAY
TERRA FIRMA CALIFORNIA LLC
RAMOS EDUARDO EU
VALLA CHAD EA
HERNANDEZ MICAH EU
ELLSWORTH GEOFFREY EU
$3,500,000 11/03/22 5665 CAMPBELL RD
$1,000,000 11/02/22 3121 AVENA RD
$975,000 11/04/22 470 VALLEY DAIRY RD
$610,000 11/04/22 614 DANIEL DR
$280,000 11/03/22 321 E INGER DR D22
$308,000 11/02/22 1609 VIA TROPICO
$380,000 11/03/22 497 E NEWLOVE DR D
PANCHAL NIMISHA $625,000 11/04/22 839 E SLOAN TERR
$631,500 11/03/22 1674 EUCALYPTUS DR A
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WHY THE HOLIDAYS MIGHT BE A GOOD TIME TO SELL YOUR HOUSE
it comes to real estate the ideal time to sell your home often falls in the spring months. After all, many people hunker down during the winter months or are too busy with the holidays to think about pur chasing a new home. And don’t forget, people like to start shopping in the spring to make sure they are settled in their homes before the start of a new school year.
But what if you can’t wait until the weather warms up to get your house on the market? Should you consider putting your house for sale around the holidays?
It may not seem like the most ideal time, but the holiday season does have its benefits—pro vided you position your home in just the right way. You might not get in the middle of a bidding war, but you are going to deal with serious buyers who are ready to close a deal. Here are six reasons why the holidays are a good time to sell a house.
1. There’s Less Housing Inventory During Winter
Conventional wisdom says people should wait until the spring to get the most from a home sale. After all, inventory normally picks up in the spring as the weather gets warmer. This often leads to price wars breaking out in coveted neighborhoods. A home in a great area with a lot of potential buyers can sit on the market for just a few weeks or, in some cases, even days.
But that doesn’t mean people don’t look—or buy—at other times of the year. In fact, there are plenty of homes listed around the holidays that may command more money, even if the inventory is limited. If you play your cards right, you may even be able to sell your home quicker than the ones listed in the spring.
2. Winter Buyers Are More Serious
Most open houses take place during the spring and early summer. It isn’t unusual to see people saunter into a property with out a clear plan to buy. People often check out homes just for the sake of looking. After all, hitting open houses is a favorite pastime for many Americans.
But if your house is up for sale in the winter and someone is looking at it, chances are that person is serious and ready to buy. Anyone shopping for a new home between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is likely going to be a serious buyer—they aren’t going to spend their precious time around the holidays seeing how the other half lives. Putting your home on the market at this time of year and attracting a serious buyer can often result in a quicker sale.
3. That Warm and Cozy Feeling
The holidays are often a time when people gather around fireplaces, drink hot chocolate, and bake cakes and cookies. Homeowners who put their houses up for sale during the winter months can stage their house to give off the comfy and homey vibe that appeals to many buyers.
Not to mention that buyers tend to be more emotional during the holidays and may be more likely to make deci sions based on the feeling a house conjures up. During the spring, there is a lot more foot traffic in homes that are up for sale. Some buyers may not be able to do a thorough walk-through with so many distractions.
4. Festive Neighborhoods Are Inviting
One of the staples of the holiday months is that many
people adorn their homes with festive lights and decora tions. That is also true of local communities where lit-up snowflakes and wreaths can be found on lampposts up and down the main streets.
People purchasing a home during that time may see the neighborhood in a different light—more festive and cheerful—and may be more willing to consider an area that they may have been on the fence about.
5. Year-End Job Transfers
Another good reason is timing. The end of the year is typically the time when people get notified they will be moving because of a job transfer, or perhaps an offer comes through from another company that’s just too good to pass up.
Those people are going to need a home sooner rather than later and, as a result, they’ll be hunting for a new home during the holidays. These buyers can’t wait for spring, which is one reason why listing during the holidays can get the home sold—and sold quickly.
6. End-of-Year Tax Breaks
Reducing the property tax bill may not be the main reason buyers purchase a new home, but it could be why serious buyers make a move during the holidays. That’s because buyers can deduct the mortgage interest, property taxes, and interest costs of the loan if a sale closes on or before December 31.
The Bottom Line
When you sell your home during the holidays, you will face less competition, find more serious buyers, and may even be up for a quicker sales process. It also presents a unique opportunity to create a warm and cozy environ ment that you can’t present during the spring and summer months.
INDEPENDENT REAL ESTATE NOVEMBER 23, 2022 realestate.independent.com 17 ©2021 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties is a member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates LLC. STRENGTH. INTEGRITY. TRUST. JERMAINE BROWN | REALTOR® Representing Buyers & Sellers (805) 452-6089 email@example.com jermainebrownrealestate.com DRE: 02154911 “Jermaine has been a great help in finding my family a new home. He’s quick to respond to questions, knows the local area very well, and has a good knowledge of the market. I would recommend anyone looking for a new home to contact him for his services.” -Jared Do you have an older home in Santa Barbara? If so, it might be the next case for The Great House Detective! Local historian Betsy J. Green researches local homes and their history for her column The Great House Detective, publishing monthly in the Independent She’s always looking for homes to investigate. BetsyJ.GreenisaSantaBarbarahistorianandauthorofDiscoveringtheHistoryofYourHouseandYourNeighborhood,Santa Monica Press, 2002. Her website isbetsyjgreen.com. T his c. 1900 home at 324 North Soledad Street was the only house on the block until 1917. Built on a small hill between Montecito and Gutierrez streets, on what was then the out skirts of the city, this Queen Anne–style home prob ablyoverlookedthecitywhentherewerefewerhomes and trees in the area. Soledad (pronounced so-LAYdad) means “solitary” inTheSpanish.home is painted his torically appropriate earth- tone colors that owners Chris Emanuel and Paul Lommen had carefully researched. The colors accentuate the home’s original details. The steep slope of its roofline marks it as an older home among the shallower slopes of the newer homes that surround it. The home’s crowning glory is the cheerful sun burst motif that accents the front gable. This was a popular decoration for homes of this vintage.I’venoticeditonotherhomes here.Keepaneyeoutforitasyouwalk around. Built by a Pioneer Family The family of James Augustus Blood built the home. Blood and his wife, Mary Josephine Hall Blood, had trav eled from Illinois by covered wagon in 1870 and settled in Santa Barbara. The Bloodfamilycameherebecausearela tive, also named James A. Blood, had settledonafarminCarpinteriain1867. (Myresearchwasmadeespeciallychallengingbecause bothmensharedthesamenameanddiedwithinayear ofeachother.TheJamesA.Bloodwhobuiltthishome wasreferredtoasJamesA.Blood Junior to distinguish him from theCarpinteriafarmer,although the farmer was his uncle, not his father.) The Bloods raised six children in Santa Barbara several of whom spent their adult lives in this home. The most prominent was Alice Mabel Blood, who was anaccomplishedpainterandhad beenSaintBarbaraandtheFesti val Queen in the Flower Festival parades of the 1890s. JamesA.Bloodwasinthereal estatebusinessandwasco-owner with Francis H. Knight of the House-FurnishingEmporiumonStateStreetnearOrtega.Thestore sold everythingfurniturefrom baby carriages to coffins.Thecompanyoncecaused con troversy,accordingtoWalkerA.Tomp kins. In his newspaper column in 1971, he wrote that in the 1880s, the firm of BloodandKnightputahugesignonthe side of a building facing Stearns Wharf that read: “BLOOD AND KNIGHT, UNDERTAKERS. COFFINS AT LOW PRICES.”“SincemanyofSantaBarbara’s winter visitors in the 1880s were in their terminal illnesses, the advertising of Blood and Knight not too euphoni ous a name in itself was enough to chillthemarrow.Sovociferouswerethe civic protests, that the controversial sign was finally removed.” HistoryfromNearandFar It pays to network when you are curious about the history of your house. Chris learned from a neighbor that her home’s property had been much larger in the pastandthatthefamilyhadseveralfarmanimals.This wascorroboratedbya1909adthat foundinthelocal paperfora“milch”(milk)cowforsaleatthe324North Soledad home. A few months after the current owners moved into the home in 1990, a woman knocked on the door and explained that her grandfather had built the home. Along with some information about the home’s past, she had a 1920s photo of the Blood family posed on the porch. A porch post can be seen next to the fam ily members the same post that is there today. Also original to the home is the large pair of pocket doors separatingthefrontparlorfromthefamilyroom. Chris Emanuel remembers falling in love with the house 30 years ago. “When I saw it, knew this was the one. The house has a very welcoming feel to it. It hasbeenverynicelyredoneandstillretains lotofthe original character. There is a lot of very lovely wood work throughout the house and a great old Mexican peppertreeintheback.” Please do not disturb the residents of 324 North Soledad Street. ADDRESS: 324 North Soledad Street The Oldest House on the Block BETSY GREEN PHOTOS THE GREAT HOUSE DETECTIVE by Betsy J. Green COURTESY Familypic: TheBloodfamilyposedonthefrontporchinthe1920s.Backrow,fromlefttoright:Addie,Carolyn,Fred,Mabel.Frontrow:Grace,MaryJ.,Ella.
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