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CONTENTS A Note From The SBAOR President: 7 common mistakes when choosing a home ...............................................4 HOA Homefront: Time is almost up to remove illegal rental restrictions ...............................4 Biggest winners and losers from the Feds interest rate hike .......................5 Syle at Home: Types of plaid everyone should know ........................................................6 Santa Barbara County Sales ......................................................................10 On Gardening: Aqua blue pots on a hill ............................................................................13

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A note from the SBAOR President

HOA Homefront

Time Is Almost Up to Remove Illegal Rental Restrictions

By Bob Walsmith, Jr. President of the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS®

7 Common Mistakes When Closing on a Home Ever notice that when you’re unprepared, it heats up stressful situations? Take the pre-closing stage of the home buying process. You may keep thinking about the money at stake, while forms, disclosures, and reports fly at you. It’s enough to overwhelm anyone. Anyone who isn’t well prepared, that is. Here’s a list of the most typical closing-ona-house problems the title pros see and how you can steer clear of them. #1 Sprinting Through Documents and Emails Attention spans are short in the digital age, and you’re probably not in the habit of reading thousands of words at a single sitting. That’s understandable, but you must read every word in documents and emails your lender, agent, appraiser, and title officer put in front of you. And you must read them carefully. Yeah, it’s a lot of reading. But you’re making the biggest purchase of your life. The details are important. Contracts are legal documents, so what they say matters. Once a contract is signed, it’s legally enforceable. #2 Paying Too Little Attention to the Paperwork Buyers who don’t read all the paperwork can be left high and dry — literally. That said, it’s OK to wait until the closing to read some of the docs, even if it means making everybody wait while you delve into the minutiae of the escrow statement, sales agreement, or deed of trust. Buying a home is a huge and important decision. Take your time! #3 Leaving People Out of the Loop About Major Life Changes This deal involves several people: you, the seller, your agent, the seller’s agent, the lender, and the title rep. Keep relevant participants in the know about every bit of information, or you could delay your closing. If you have a job change right before closing, let the lender know. If you and the seller do a handshake deal on a credit for a last-minute repair, notify your agent and the lender. The paperwork has to reflect any deals. If the lender knows about the deal, they’ll capture it in the paperwork. #4 Using Inconsistent Versions of Your Name in Your Documentation Have you recently gotten married or divorced but not updated your driver’s license with the name change? If so, you could run into trouble at closing. On closing day, a notary will look at your license to be sure the name matches the name on your paperwork. If the names don’t match, you can’t sign the title. You’ll either have to get a new ID with a name that matches the one on the paperwork or redo the paperwork to match the name on the ID. Either way, you’re not closing on your house that day. To avoid this snafu, make sure your state-issued ID has your current name on it. At the beginning of the deal, tell your lender, agent, and title officer your full legal name — your first, middle, and last name as it appears on your ID. No nicknames or stage names allowed. #5 Being in the Dark About the Home Closing Process

A lot of buyers, especially first-timers, don’t understand their role in a home closing. Some buyers: • Bring their own checkbook to a closing, thinking they could pay with a personal check • Didn’t know the location of the closing or who should come with them • Were surprised to learn they would be reading and signing a stack of important documents #6 Forgetting to Line up Your Wire Transfer or Cashier’s Check or Not Allowing Enough Time As mistake #5 indicates, you can’t use a personal check to cover the amount you owe at closing, including the down payment. You’ll need to pay the balance with a wire transfer or a cashier’s check. You can get a cashier’s check at a bank where you hold an account, assuming you have enough money in your account to cover the transaction and all recent deposits have cleared. Keep in mind that some banks require advance notice, so it’s not a good idea to plan on a quick stop on the way to closing. Most banks send wire transfers electronically. You can request the wire transfer in person, over the phone, or sometimes over the internet. Even though this sounds fast, delays can happen. The money might need to be sent to a corresponding bank, or you may miss your bank’s cutoff time for sending wire transfers or lose time waiting for an approval. If you’re trying to decide between the two options, consider the fact that some closing agents won’t accept cashier’s checks at the closing table. The funds won’t be available in their escrow account until the next business day. So, when [closing agents] accept a cashier’s check, they are closing the transaction with insufficient funds. The larger the amount of the cashier’s check, the less likely it will be accepted. With either a wire transfer or a cashier’s check, ask questions about payment requirements and be sure to allow enough time. #7 Asking Too Few Questions at Closing If you see an acronym you don’t recognize, ask. Is there a word you don’t understand? Ask. Do you wonder if the well has been checked? Ask. No question is too big or too small. Call the title company and ask questions a few days before closing. If a buyer calls them in advance and asks them to walk them through the transaction, they are happy to do it, either on the phone or in person. It means the process will go smoothly on closing day. You can ask questions at the closing, too. Remember, your agent and the title officer are there to help. At some point we were all firsttime home buyers. We were all scared; we understand. You may think the stress of closing is a given. But you can keep your cool if you communicate and ask questions, read the documents, and understand the process. Most, if not all, of these issues can be avoided if you work with a trusted local Realtor® and a team of professionals that your Realtor® can recommend. Ask questions throughout this whole process so that you understand everything and allow the process to run smoothly.

By Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. CCAL

The first version of Civil Code Section 4741, banning “unreasonable” rental restrictions, became law in 2021, and also originally required HOAs to amend their governing documents to remove such provisions in 2021. The most common restrictions clearly violating that statute are rental caps lower than 25% and required periods of time after purchasing to being renting (most commonly 1 or 2 years). Since the law is not very clear about what is “unreasonable,” it is hard to draw a sharp line between permitted and illegal rental restrictions. Most HOAs have a very difficult time attaining the voting participation to amend their governing documents. Therefore, trying to comply with the law and quickly amend CC&Rs to remove unreasonable rental provisions was also difficult and an unknown number of HOAs pursued fruitless attempts to pass CC&R amendments in 2021. Others amended their rules; which are also “governing documents,” to note certain CC&R sections which may have been rendered illegal. However, the California Legislature fixed this problem by amending Section 4741(f ), extending the deadline for CC&Rs correction to July 1, 2022. More importantly, the law opens a six month window, from January 1 to July 1 2022, in which HOA boards may without a membership vote amend CC&Rs solely to remove restrictions violating the statute. The board meeting must be held in open session, and the proposed amendment must be announced to the membership at least 28 days before the amendment is approved by the board. At the meeting approving the amendment, the board must allow comment from members on the proposed amendment. After July 1, 2022, it will take a mem-

Bob Walsmith, Jr. can be reached at 805-720-5362 or emailed at Bob@BobWalsmithJr.com

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bership vote to remove any rental restrictions violating Civil Code Section 4741. Unless already done, HOAs should seek advice of their legal counsel to determine if there are any restrictions which violate Section 4741 and to help draft proposed amendments to remove such illegal rental restrictions. Some HOAs may need to enlarge rental caps which are lower than 25%. Others may need to remove rental waiting periods. Still others may need to remove CC&R rental restrictions which appear to be “unreasonable” (meaning that their main purpose is to frustrate rentals). The 28 day advance notice requirement means, as a practical matter, that the last day to make a general announcement of such a proposed amendment would be June 3 (28 days before July 1), 2022, for a board meeting on July 1, 2022. If a board announced the proposed amendment on June 3, 2022, and held its meeting on July 1 to approve the amendment, it can barely meet the deadline. Associations should not wait until the last minute and risk losing this rare opportunity from the Legislature to remove illegal rental restrictions at a relatively low cost and low level of effort. Not all CC&R provisions regarding rentals are illegal, and most HOAs probably do not have restrictions violating Section 4741. Still, it’s a good idea to check, just in case your HOA needs to use this unique opportunity before the opportunity ends. If the board does pursue an amendment, make sure it only removes or corrects the illegal language — anything else is specifically prohibited by the same statute. There are a few weeks left to get this done, do not wait!

Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. is a Fellow of the College of Community Association Lawyers andPartnerof Richardson Ober DeNichilo LLP, a law firm known for community association advice. Submit questions to Kelly@rodllp.com. Past columns at www.HOAHomefront.com. All rights reserved®.

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Biggest winners and losers from the Fed’s interest rate hike By James Royal Bankrate.com

a longer period of raising rates, here are the winners and losers from its latest decision.

Last week, the Federal Reserve announced that it’s raising interest rates by half a percentage point, bumping the federal funds rate to a target range of 0.75 to 1.00 percent. The move follows an increase of 0.25 percent in March, as the Fed continues reducing liquidity to the financial markets to help tamp down soaring inflation. The central bank also announced that it was further reducing stimulus to financial markets by letting its holdings of bonds decline over time. The Fed will work its way up to letting about $95 billion in bonds roll off its balance sheet every month, reducing liquidity by about $1 trillion per year. The Fed’s move comes as inflation rages in the U.S. economy at the highest annual rate in some 40 years, hitting 8.5 percent in March. With the Fed hitting the brakes on an overheated economy, the main question for many market watchers is how fast Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell & Co. will continue to raise rates. “The Federal Reserve is behind the curve on inflation and has a lot of catching up to do,” says Greg McBride, CFA, Bankrate chief financial analyst. “This means rate hikes at successive meetings for the first time in 16 years, and for the first time in 22 years, a larger half-point hike.” At about 3 percent, the 10-year Treasury bond is now at its highest level since late 2018, as markets price in the expectation of sustained inflation and rising rates. After some ups and downs in 2021, the benchmark bond has soared since December 2021 and especially since the start of March, when it sat at just 1.65 percent. As the Fed embarks on what appears to be

1. Mortgages While the federal funds rate doesn’t really impact mortgage rates, which depend largely on the 10-year Treasury yield, they’re often moving the same way for similar reasons. With the 10-year Treasury yield zooming higher in recent months, as the market prices in expectations of the Fed raising rates, mortgage rates have risen alongside them. “Mortgage rates have bounded higher by 2 full percentage points since the end of 2021, one of the largest and fastest run-ups in history,” says McBride. “Mortgage rates move well in advance of Fed action and the outlook for inflation and the economy will be the key determinants of what we see with mortgage rates in the months ahead. Until we see signs inflation has peaked, the risk is definitely to the upside.” The run-up in rates – following the rapid rise in housing prices over the past couple years – has created a double whammy for potential homebuyers. Home prices are more expensive and the financing is pricier, resulting in a slowdown in the housing market. So would-be homebuyers are worse off by the rise in rates. Here’s how to find the lowest mortgage rates today.

2. Home equity The cost of a home equity line of credit (HELOC) will be ratcheting higher, since HELOCs adjust relatively quickly to changes in the federal funds rate. HELOCs are typically linked to the prime rate, the interest rate that banks charge their best customers. Those with outstanding balances on their HELOC will see rates tick up, though interest expenses may continue to be low historically.

A low rate is also beneficial for those looking to take out a HELOC, and it can be a good time to comparison-shop for the best rate. But with rates moving higher, even a little bit, and the expectation that they’ll move higher still as the year progresses, those with outstanding HELOC balances should expect to see their payments continue to rise in the near term. (Here are the pros and cons of a HELOC.)

3. Credit cards Many variable-rate credit cards change the rate they charge customers based on the prime rate, which is closely related to the federal funds rate. The Fed’s decision means that interest on variable-rate cards will move higher now. “Credit card rates will march higher in step with the Federal Reserve, and often follow within one or two statement cycles,” says McBride. “Pay down credit card debt now because it will only get more expensive and you don’t want that debt hanging over your head, should the economy topple into recession.” If you have an outstanding balance on your cards, then you’re going to get hit with higher costs. With rates projected to rise for a while, it could also be a welcome opportunity to shop for a new credit card with a more competitive rate. Low rates on credit cards are largely a nonissue if you’re not running a balance.

4. Savings accounts and CDs

Rising interest rates mean that banks will offer rising returns on their savings and money market accounts, but will likely adjust their yields at a measured pace. Account holders who recently locked in CD rates will retain those yields for the term of the CD, unless they’re willing to pay a penalty to break it. Those with savings accounts may look forward to rising rates, but it’s off a low base, as most banks quickly ratcheted rates to near zero following the Fed’s emergency cuts in March 2020. “Yields on certificates of deposit have started to pick up and we’ll see the same in savings yields, although with a bit of a lag,” says McBride. “The outlook for the next year or so is much better than what savers have endured over the past three years, where rates fell and then inflation took off.” “It will take a while, but as rate hikes continue, the returns savers get will rise and inflation will hopefully decline,” he says. Savers looking to maximize their earnings from interest should turn to online banks, where rates are typically much The Federal Reserve has on what appears to be a longer period of raising rates. better than those offered by traPhoto courtesy Dreamstime/TNS ditional banks. SANTA BARBARA NEWS-PRESS REAL ESTATE

5. Stock and cryptocurrency investors A huge boon for the stock market has been the Fed’s willingness to keep rates at near zero for an extended period of time. Low rates have been beneficial for stocks, making them look like a more attractive investment in comparison to rates on bonds and fixed income investments such as CDs. But that’s changing. In the last few months, investors have been pricing in the potential for rate increases, with the S&P 500 starting 2022 in a deep slump. “The market went up with little hesitation while the Federal Reserve was pumping stimulus into the economy, but now that they’re removing that stimulus, market volatility has returned,” says McBride. “Particularly susceptible have been the high-octane growth stocks that were the primary beneficiaries of low interest rates, with investors now questioning what value to put on those stocks in a higher interest-rate environment.” Cryptocurrencies have also been feeling the brunt since November, when the Fed more clearly telegraphed its intentions to reduce liquidity in the financial system. Bitcoin, Ethereum and other major cryptos are well off their 52-week highs and have shown a solid downtrend over the last few months, as they priced in reduced stimulus and the potential for higher interest rates. The Fed’s reduction in its own bond portfolio should further decrease support for stocks and crypto.

6. The U.S. federal government With the national debt above $30 trillion, rising rates will raise the costs of the federal government as it rolls over debt and borrows new money. Of course, the government has benefited for decades from a secular decline in interest rates. While rates might rise cyclically during an economic boom, they’ve been moving steadily lower long term. For now, the interest rates on debt remain at historically attractive levels, with 10-year and 30-year Treasurys running well below inflation. As long as inflation remains higher than interest rates, the government is slowly taking advantage of inflation, paying down prior debts with today’s less valuable dollars. That’s an attractive prospect for the government, of course, but not for those who buy its debt.

Bottom line Inflation has been running hot over much of the last year, and the Fed is raising interest rates to combat it. But rates still do remain low by historical standards, at least for now, so it makes sense to think about how to take advantage, for example, by being more discriminating when it comes to shopping for rates on your savings accounts or CDs. Visit Bankrate online at bankrate.com. ©2022 Bankrate.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Style at Home:

Types of plaid everyone should know Part 1: check patterns

Not many patterns can boast to be classic, modern and traditional all at the same time, but checks are one of those few.

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By Katie Laughridge When it comes to textiles, there is no shortage of colors, weights, fibers and patterns. It can be quite overwhelming when searching for the perfect pattern for your decor. Looking at just one style of pattern like plaid can send you down the rabbit hole with an unlimited number of patterns to sort through. Don’t worry, though. As a self-identified plaid and check enthusiast, I am here to break down the most common variations to make designing easy. While plaid and check patterns have quite a lot in common in how they are woven, the fastest way to tell them apart is check patterns are usually made up of only two colors, whereas plaid will almost always have multiple. Houndstooth, buffalo check and windowpane are the most popular check patterns in decor. These fabrics come in a variety of colors and size variations that make them perfect for a multitude of projects.

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Houndstooth is most commonly found in a black-and-white colorway, though preppy pastels and calming neutrals are becoming more and more popular.

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PLAIDS

Continued from page 6 Houndstooth is a Swedish pattern that is a relative of the shepherd’s check pattern, except instead of standard squares, this textile has shapes that are notched, much like a pointed canine tooth. This textile is most commonly found in a black-and-white colorway, though preppy pastels and calming neutrals are becoming more and more popular. It is a timeless pattern that mixes well with other textiles and is just as much at home in your family room as it is in a formal dining area. Perfect for pillows and throw blankets, it is a great accent fabric to add depth and interest to your rooms. Buffalo check is the bigger and bolder sibling to gingham and is a hugely popular fabric choice when it comes to home decor. Due to its adaptable nature, it is used for larger upholstered pieces, bedding, table decor and accent pillows alike. This pattern comes in a wide variety of color pairings and is a versatile textile that can translate to anything from traditional to modern farmhouse depending on the usage. Recently our designer, Dianne, turned a classic upholstered chair on its head (or, turned on the diagonal, if we’re being technical) to create a diamond design that is a true showstopper. Windowpane is a classic textile that is most commonly used in menswear and menswear-inspired decor. Made up of one large stripe crossed with an equal width or smaller stripe, it is a simple and elegant pattern that can be used in many situations. I love using this pattern in our bedding for a strong and timeless aesthetic or on a large sectional to add some visual interest. Not many patterns can boast to be classic, modern and traditional all at the same time, but checks are one of those few. This playful but structured textile can be used in a multitude of ways. The possibilities and styles are endless when working with these wonderful patterns. I can’t wait to see what looks are created with them this year. Adapted from nellhills.com. Katie Laughridge is the owner of Kansas City interior design destination Nell Hill’s. ©2022 Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

Buffalo check comes in a wide variety of color pairings and is a versatile textile that can translate to anything from traditional to modern farmhouse depending on the use.

When it comes to textiles, there is no shortage of colors, weights, fibers, and patterns. It can be quite overwhelming when searching for the perfect pattern for your decor.

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Santa BarBara County SaleS

This is a partial list of all recorded residential sales in Santa Barbara County from April 26 thru April 29, 2022. While these recordings are public record, the News-Press receives this information from an outside source. This list does not represent all sales that occurred over this time period. Consult your REALTOR® for further information regarding home sales in your area of interest.

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72 SANDALWOOD WAY

PFAU CORY

LANDON CRAIG EA

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559 AEBELTOFT WAY

TIBBETTS GARY EU

DOWNS ROBERT

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1892 VIBORG RD

TYNG MATTHEW TAYLOR EU

LUCAS JOSEPH EU

$2,050,000

4/29/2022

1500 JENNILSA LN

DABDOUB ATIF EA

DEMOSS VICTORIA EA

$3,500,000

4/27/2022

CARPINTERIA

5446 EIGHTH ST 14

BOLINGER ALEXANDER

BENNETT ALEXANDRIA

$820,000

4/27/2022

CUYAMA

60 LA PANZA AVE

RAHE RONALD EU

HAYES ANDREW

$535,000

4/29/2022

GOLETA

5046 BIRCHWOOD RD

SUN SHOULI EU

SILVAS JOE

$825,000

4/29/2022

4741 CALLE CAMARADA

EHRMANN ROBERT EA

ROBINSON LAURIE EU

$1,050,000

4/28/2022

5274 VISTA BAHIA

HERZING ALFRED EA

KELLY WILLIAM EA

$1,350,000

4/29/2022

951 VIA ESPARTO

REINO MICHAEL EA

STEIN JILL

$1,735,000

4/29/2022

863 N SAN MARCOS RD

KENNEDY PAMELA EA

GREENE NEIL EU

$1,950,000

4/26/2022

1192 EDWARD PL

TEVENAN BRIAN EA

BARTHOLOMEW LUCIA EU

$2,200,000

4/28/2022

892 WINDSOR CT

JOHNSTON DEAN EA

RAPP MELISSA EA

$2,250,000

4/29/2022

1032 DIAMOND CREST CT

FREEDMAN ROGER EU

BALIGH RICHID EU

$2,300,000

4/27/2022

1004 E LEMON AVE

BEAU SG-E LEMOAN LLC

ATIGHI SORAYA

$300,000

4/28/2022

209 VILLAGE CIRCLE DR

SHELL DALE

CORONEL ASDRUBAL EA

$305,000

4/28/2022

1112 W PRUNE AVE

GRAJEDA ERICK EA

ARROYO ARTURO EU

$430,000

4/29/2022

204 S TULIP ST

GRAY DAID EU

MCCOY CHRIST EU

$575,000

4/29/2022

1533 W CHERRY AVE

BEACH JOHN EA

RIVERA ADALBERTO EA

$635,000

4/28/2022

1938 JAMESON LN A

VANNIER LINDA EA

MCINTYRE MICHAEL EU

$1,411,000

4/26/2022

1220 COAST VILLAGE 210

FRIMKESS BARI EA

NEWMAN MARY EA

$2,200,000

4/26/2022

275 OLIVE MILL RD

WURWAND RAYMOND EA

ASHER WILLIAM EA

$3,000,000

4/26/2022

66 EUCALYPTUS LN

15 MIRAMAR LLC

15 MIRAMAR CLUB LLC

$4,667,000

4/26/2022

810 COYOTE RD

BERMANT ANDREW EA

DORFMAN GARY

$4,900,000

4/25/2022

2160 VELOZ DR

GREEN STEVEN EA

WHEELER NICHOLAS EA

$6,395,000

4/29/2022

686 EL RANCHO RD

WARKINS JEFFREY EA

INGRAM HORTENSE EA

$8,508,000

4/27/2022

LOS OLIVOS

2353 HENNING DR

FOLEY JEFFREY EU

OTTINGER ROBERT EU

$1,930,000

4/29/2022

SANTA BARBARA

414 W DE LA GUERRA ST A

CARDENAS ERIC EU

NG CONNIE EA

$254,500

4/29/2022

LOMPOC

MONTECITO

1428 CHAPALA ST

SMALL GEORGE

1428 CHAPALA LLC

$625,000

4/29/2022

624 DEL MONTE AVE

HOLMES ALEXANER EU

WEST RICHARD EU

$725,000

4/28/2022

133 E CARRILLO ST

CARRILLO MERIDIAN LLC

LAMBE JOH EA

$870,000

4/29/2022

927 N ALISOS ST

DOBBERTEEN MATTHEW EA

DAVIS STEVEN EA

$950,000

4/26/2022

4368 MODOC RD

NIXON MARY EA

HYATT BENJAMIN EU

$1,000,000

4/29/2022

3328 STATE ST

MCCANN BRYAN

PARRIS WILLIAM EA

$1,150,000

4/26/2022

221 N SALINAS ST

MONTGOMERY MYRLENE EA

JONES AUSTIN

$1,199,500

4/26/2022

1801 HILLSIDE RD

TRELOAR JUSTIN EA

CHAUSSARD SYLVAIN EU

$1,550,000

4/28/2022

4011 PRIMAVERA RD

BISCHOFF MARCIA EA

MAHBOOB RAY EA

$1,650,000

4/29/2022

611 DE LA VISTA AVE

JOHNS VANCE EA

SCHEIDEGGER RUSSELL

$1,685,000

4/29/2022

225 E COTA ST #7

UPTON DAN EU

LENNEY MARINA EA

$1,800,000

4/28/2022

322 W MISSION ST

LOZA IGNACIO EA

JUANA RAQUEL ENTERPRISES

$1,800,000

4/29/2022

637 CALLE RINCONADA

PAISLEY DIANA EA

JAYNE JUSTIN EA

$1,900,000

4/26/2022

222 MEIGS RD 1

CAETANO JOSEPH

WELLS MARLENE EA

$1,945,000

4/29/2022

1196 EDGEMOUND DR

DAVIS STEPHEN EA

CUMMINGHAM GRANT EU

$2,000,000

4/29/2022

631 ROLLING BROOK LN

BACCASH CAROL EA

BRIDGES DAVID EA

$2,005,500

4/28/2022

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ADDRESS

SELLER

BUYER

PRICE

DATE

1514 CRESTLINE DR

ANDERSON NORMAN EA

TRINA PIA OBJECTIVES LLC

$2,100,000

4/29/2022

700 E MASON ST

DUBLER SUSANNA EA

MASON 5 LLC

$2,135,000

4/29/2022

3219 CALLE ROSELAS

DEWAN SALLY EA

LINTHICUM MARY

$2,526,500

4/27/2022

1515 OLIVE ST

SHEFFLER TINA EA

VON DOHREN TONI EA

$2,700,000

4/28/2022

202 SALIDA DEL SOL

ANTHIMIADES GEORGE EA

QUINN SCOTT EA

$2,750,000

4/25/2022

4066 SONRIENTE RD

KINGSTON KAREN EA

SONNTAG RICHARD EA

$4,756,000

4/28/2022

3245 CAMPANIL DR

HAMMOND ROBERT EA

FRANCIS STEVE EA

$7,000,000

4/29/2022

4477 VIA ALEGRE

WHITE W BRETT EA

OLIVE TREE HOLDINGS

$16,900,000

4/28/2022

709 S LINCOLN ST 8

AMEZAGA RAFAEL EA

GONZALEZ WENDY

$220,000

4/29/2022

130 E SUNSET AVE

SOERACHMAT ZENO EA

SUN SHU EU

$280,000

4/25/2022

3420 SANTA MARIA 105C

AMEZAGA RAFAEL EA

CORRAL DANIEL EU

$309,000

4/29/2022

134 E SUNSET AVE

SOERACHMAT ZENO EA

SUN SHU EU

$425,000

4/25/2022

1405 N BRADLEY RD C

CARO JACQUELINE

ESPARZA-ALAPIZCO STEPHEN EA

$430,000

4/25/2022

607 SHADY LN

E&M LIMITED PARTNERSHIP

ORTIZ MANUEL EA

$435,000

4/27/2022

925 W LEE DR

MARA AURORA EA

CORPUZ PETRA EU

$440,000

4/25/2022

4795 S BLOSSER RD

LOPEZ EDUARDO

LEDESMA ELIAS EU

$450,000

4/28/2022

1112 N BENWILEY AVE

HARVEY SCOTT

CABRERA JUAN EU

$458,500

4/28/2022

2260 N CENTRAL PARK DR

TAYLOR ALEXANDER EU

MARTINEZ BRENT

$461,000

4/29/2022

1470 OAKRIDGE PARK RD

LUCCHETTI KIMBERLY

MCREYNOLDS MORGAN EU

$471,500

4/26/2022

921 E HERMOSA ST

LOPEZ HENRY

PARK BENJAMIN EU

$510,000

4/26/2022

511 W EDWARD ST

JEFFERIES RUTH EA

RAMIREZ VICTOR EA

$523,500

4/29/2022

509 E ALVIN AVE

DEL RIO RICHARD EA

MARTINEZ CHRISTIAN EU

$530,000

4/25/2022

505 E HARDING AVE

BUENTIEMPO HENRY EA

PEREZ MIGULEL EA

$535,000

4/29/2022

1316 W DUVALI DR

LUCKCUCK ROBERT EA

URIBE-SANTOS CRISTIAN EU

$550,000

4/26/2022

926 N SCHOOL ST

SNAY MARK EU

HERNANDEZ REYNALDO

$580,000

4/27/2022

821 E BOONE ST

SIMAS RICHARD

JAECKELS KEVIN EU

$589,000

4/25/2022

1017 S BROADWAY

RUIZ JOE EA

CRUZ GUADALUPE EU

$600,000

4/28/2022

4474 SUNVIEW DR

BRAY AARON EU

PEREZ FREDDIE EA

$656,000

4/27/2022

4848 KENNETH AVE

JERABEK CHARLES EU

OROZCO LIDIA

$660,000

4/27/2022

571 E FOSTER RD

LAUGEN CHARLES EU

LOERA CASSANDRA EU

$759,000

4/29/2022

717 E BOONE ST

NEVAREZ GUILLERMO

GARY CRABTREE 401K PLAN

$840,000

4/29/2022

4526 CALIFORNIA BLVD

VIJELAS LLC

HUBBARD ILA

$865,000

4/29/2022

289 EASTBOURNE TERR

FREEDOM CRUSADE

DEPRIEST MICHAEL EU

$885,000

4/27/2022

2336 S MEREDITH LN

LAHR DONALD EA

SMITH MECHANICAL-ELECTRICAL

$1,750,000

4/28/2022

3375 FOOTHILL RD 833

CURTIS EMERALD ISLE INVESTMENT

TRUSSELL JAMES EU

$800,000

4/29/2022

2235 BANNER AVE A

MYERS TRINA EA

DOBRZANSKI ROBERT EA

$1,075,000

4/28/2022

2313 BANNER AVE

HODGINS JOHN EA

HURLEY GINA

$1,950,000

4/28/2022

293 REGULUS AVE

ODEKIRK TYLER

ROMERO JOSHUA EA

$60,400

4/27/2022

1960 S MCCLELLAND ST 24

RODRIGUEZ ANGEL EU

SCHERRER CHRISTOPHER

$335,000

4/29/2022

606 E NEWLOVE DR G

MATSUOKA DERON EA

PACHECO BRENDA EU

$360,000

4/29/2022

426 E BARCELLUS AVE 201

ELWOOD GRANT EA

DOOLITTLE SM PROPERTIES

$430,000

4/25/2022

524 S SAGE ST

MILLAR JEAN EA

WARNER DORAN EA

$440,000

4/25/2022

3317 VIA ELBA

LYONS JACQUELYN EU

VALDIVIA MARCO EU

$459,000

4/27/2022

1224 LUCIA CT

CAMPBELL BRIAN EU

CRUZ ERIC EA

$475,000

4/26/2022

229 N V ST

LOOPEZ FRANKIE EA

SANTIAGO MIGUEL EU

$510,000

4/27/2022

304 N W ST

KOLISH CURTIS

GARCIA ZACARIAS EU

$520,000

4/29/2022

1721 N OXFORD AVE

WAHL FRANK EU

MENDEZ VERONICA EA

$545,000

4/29/2022

2506 S SANTA ROSA ST

SHIPMAN MICHELLE EA

CAMPBELL JOHN EA

$560,000

4/29/2022

1207 GEM CT

CALDWELL DOROTHY EA

ROJAS MARIO EA

$634,000

4/28/2022

1810 N TANYA CT

FREEDOM CRUSADE

HUBBARD JENNY EA

$675,000

4/27/2022

270 ROSARIO PARK RD

JOHANSEN THOMAS

D’ANJOU MICHAEL EA

$870,000

4/29/2022

2313 FALLEN LEAF DR

MATTHEWS ABIGAIL EA

WHITMORE CHRISTOPHER EU

$955,000

4/27/2022

3424 CEDAR ST

ARAZA NICHOLAS EU

JOHNSON BRAD EA

$1,100,000

4/28/2022

1135 COTA ST

JAMES SENECA EU

DAVID ARVIND EA

$1,350,000

4/25/2022

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Aqua blue pots on a hill the ‘peace’ de resistance By Norman Winter Aqua blue pots in the landscape and staggered on the side of a hill were not my idea, but my bride’s, the person who pops up on my phone as Jan My Love Winter. I have avoided this color like the plague for most of my life. To modify the French phrase, this project was going to be my “peace” de resistance. Jan is a gifted and natural plant groomer when it comes to our mixed containers, so making peace is the goal. The containers have two sections, a lower reservoir for pea gravel and the upper-level for a good lightweight potting soil, which I consider the critical element for all containers and baskets. I was also required to drill drainage holes in the upper-level compartment, and in the bottom.

The spring of 2021 three aqua blue pots were planted and positioned on a hillside overlooking The Garden Guy’s backyard. All three containers were planted with Pyromania Blaze kniphofia, Superbells Grape Punch calibrachoa, Superbells Coral Sun calibrachoa and Illusion Emerald Lace ornamental sweet potato. Photos courtesy Norman Winter/TNS

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AQUA BLUE POTS Continued from page 13

Since the containers were to be staggered on a slope, I decided to wait until they were planted to level up not only with each other but from every angle in the landscape. For this I used wood shims much like you would use for furniture in an old house. Since the pots are so colorful, I wanted a healthy dose of complementary colors. I chose Pyromania Orange Blaze kniphofia or red hot pokers for thriller plants and Superbells Coral Sun calibrachoas for a little echo support. I also used Superbells Grape Punch calibrachoa and Illusion Emerald Lace ornamental sweet potato to contrast and create a mix of contrasting color. Colorful pots positioned out in the landscape also required a little thought to ground planted color. I wanted there to be a tie-in, so I chose several Pyromania Kniphofia called Back Draft to create a visual echo in between the three pots. Back Draft is a little larger, but both varieties offered a pleasing grassy texture when not in bloom. Pyromania Kniphofias are recommended for the most part from zones 5b to 9b. As you deadhead blooms, you’ll see new bloom stalks developing. Even when not in bloom, the Pyromania Orange Blaze looks regal in my mixed containers. The kniphofias are also called torch lily or red hot poker and their DNA traces back to Africa. The Pyromania series are Kniphofia hybrids reaching 30 to 48 inches tall with a 30-inch spread. As the name suggests, the torch lily is in the lily family and

looks like a grass except when it blooms, revealing some of the most beautiful flowers on the planet. These stunning flowers attract an assortment of pollinators including hummingbirds. Sometime last October I tweaked the containers by adding Supertunia Vista Bubblegum petunias and Superbena Whiteout verbena. Shockingly the Superbells Grape Punch calibrachoas planted in spring 2021 survived and now touch the ground after tumbling over the rim of the 36-inch-tall containers. The October-planted Supertunia Vista Bubblegum survived the cold winter and are enormous. There will be grooming challenges for Mrs. Jan, but for now everything is a wow. When Jan mentioned containers on the side of the hill, I was thinking of Old Worldstyle clay olive jars. I have to admit Jan My Love Winter’s aqua blue selections, which challenged me to the max, were not just the “peace” de resistance but actually, as the French proclaim, the pieces de resistance. I don’t aspire or claim to be a garden marriage counselor, but giving in every now and then can be a beautiful thing. Norman Winter, horticulturist, garden speaker and author of “Tough-as-Nails Flowers for the South” and “Captivating Combinations: Color and Style in the Garden.” ©2022 Tribune Content Agency, LLC

The April 2021 planted Superbells Grape Punch calibrachoas survived all summer and winter and now stretch 3 feet over the rim of each container.

The first Pyromania Blaze kniphofia blooms started April 9, which is the earliest of all torch lily blooms in the landscape.

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1040 Veronica Springs Rd | Santa Barbara | 4BD/3BA DRE 01463617 | Offered at $2,495,000 Knight Real Estate Group 805.895.4406

361 Apple Grove Ln | Santa Barbara | 3BD/2BA DRE 01964710 | Offered at $1,495,000 David Magid 805.451.0402

631 Parra Grande Ln | Montecito | 7BD/12BA DRE 01447045 | Offered at $39,995,000 Riskin Partners Estate Group 805.565.8600

3599 Padaro Ln | Carpinteria | 5BD/6BA DRE 01397913 | Offered at $29,500,000 Emily Kellenberger 805.252.2773

560 Toro Canyon Park Rd | Montecito | 6BD/10BA DRE 01447045 | Offered at $26,500,000 Riskin Partners Estate Group 805.565.8600

770 Hot Springs Rd | Montecito | 7BD/7BA DRE 01447045 | Offered at $19,995,000 Riskin Partners Estate Group 805.565.8600

1220 Franklin Ranch Rd | Goleta | 3BD/5BA DRE 01463617 | Offered at $12,500,000 Knight Real Estate Group 805.895.4406

1922 Jelinda Dr | Santa Barbara | 3BD/4BA DRE 02125478 | Offered at $7,250,000 Casey Turpin 805.969.8900

4815 Sandyland Rd Unit A | Carpinteria | 4BD/4BA DRE 01391451 | Offered at $3,975,000 Lynn Z Gates 805.705.4942

2340 Varley St | Summerland | 3BD/1BA DRE 00780607/01462628 | Offered at $2,495,000 Henderson/Madden 805.689.1066

2805 Foothill Rd | Santa Barbara | 4BD/3BA DRE 00852118 | Offered at $1,975,000 Jeff Oien 805.895.2944

1479 Theresa St | Carpinteria | 4BD/3BA DRE 01231746 | Offered at $1,700,000 Hugo Mendez 805.570.9198

2646 Calle Real #1 & #2 | Santa Barbara | 5BD/2BA DRE 00475295 | Offered at $1,675,000 Loyd Applegate 805.570.4935

13 San Marcos Trout Club | Santa Barbara | 3BD/3BA DRE 01005773 | Offered at $1,495,000 Gregg Leach 805.886.9000

OPEN SUN 1-4

OPEN SUN 1-4

523 Santa Barbara St | Santa Barbara | 2BD/2BA DRE 01401533 | Offered at $1,495,000 Thomas Johansen 805.886.1857

3DFLÀF 2DNV 5G _ *ROHWD _ %' %$ DRE 01440386 | Offered at $1,145,000 Vickie Craig 805.708.2468

OPEN SUN 11--4

4297 Carpinteria Ave 18 | Carpinteria | 2BD/2BA DRE 00691884 | Offered at $795,000 Cindy Campbell 805.570.4959

329 Moreton Bay Ln 1 | Goleta | 2BD/1BA DRE 00938841 | Offered at $679,000 Bob Curtis 805.895.1951

LOCAL LY OWN E D | G LO BA L LY C O N N ECT E D WE REACH A GLOBAL AUDIENCE THROUGH OUR EXCLUS IVE AFFILIAT ES GREATER EXPOSURE WITH UNPARALLELED LOCAL EXPERTISE All information provided is deemed reliable, but has not been verified and we do not guarantee it. We recommend that buyers make their own inquiries.

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SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2022