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COntents A Note From The SBAOR President: Eight home design features for pets............................................................4 Your Handyman: Old tarnished lockset...................................................................................4 Safe deck railing .........................................................................................4 Design Recipes: How to incorporate inviting architectural wood features into your space ..6 Finance: Can we escape a crash? The housing market is saying yes ........................8 On Gardening: Glowing color of persimmon creates a most stunning petunia.................10

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A note from the SBAOR President

Your Handyman By Mark Baird

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

Eight Home Design Features for Pets For most of us, our pets are family. We let them sleep in our beds, ladle nutritional supplements on their organic kibble, and throw birthday parties for them. In fact, we love our animal companions so much that we even choose a home and a home design for pets. These numbers tell the story. Fortythree percent of pet owners say they’d move to accommodate their pet, according to a 2021 study from the National Association of Realtors. What’s more, 68% of pet owners surveyed by Realtor.com say they’d pass on an otherwise perfect home that didn’t meet their pet’s needs. According to the same survey, nearly 95% of petowning respondents say their furry companion plays a role in selecting a home. Here are some pet-friendly features that will make a home more welcoming for animals. #1 A Pet Bathing Station Washing a dog in a normal bathtub can be miserable. Even if your pup is groomed regularly, you still need to clean them up after they romp at the dog park or roll in mud in the yard. One solution is to build a grooming station in your home for quick cleanups. For larger dogs, you can install a commercial grooming tub with a hand sprayer or a walk-in shower that will accommodate your pet. The location is flexible: A grooming station can go in a laundry room, mudroom, or garage. #2 Pet Proof Flooring Accidents happen, even with the bestbehaved pets. That’s why floors with a hard, impermeable surface make your life easier. Think tile, hardwood, terrazzo, cement, or laminate. Stay away from wallto-wall carpet. Carpets soak up pet stains, so they’re a bad idea. Adding wood floors to your home increases monetary value, too. The National Association of Realtors 2022 “Remodeling Impact Report” says new wood floors bring a 118% return when it’s time to sell the house.

Question: The locksets on the pair of front doors on our home have become very tarnished but we really like their unique style, and they still operate just fine. Is there any way to restore the brass finish or is possibly painting them an option?

pier with the way your pet bed looks, and your pet will have a permanent space. #4 Built-In Pet Gates You don’t want your pets to go into certain places in your home, and most of us keep them out with baby gates. Plastic baby gates are flimsy and unattractive. A better option is a built-in gate. You can hire a cabinetmaker to build a custom pet gate for a door that’s mounted to a door jamb on hinges. Or you could make a pocket door-style pet gate that slides into the walls. Can’t afford custom work? Consider pre-made upscale pet gates that you can mount to a door jamb or staircase.

Your HandYMan: Many older homes have very ornate and decorative locksets and handle sets that would be very expensive to replace or to have custom repro-

duced. If the metal is just severely tarnished and not corroded, the answer is to carefully remove them from the doors and take them to a metal replating shop. The replating shop will clean the old metal and then apply a new coating of brass making your locksets shine like new again. Painting is probably not a good option because the paint will probably soon be scratched off the metal by keys, long fingernails, and just regular day to day use.

Safe Deck Railing Question: The back yard at our home has a slope going up to the back fence and the previous owner build a deck on the slope which has a nice view. We are now considering renting the home and want to make sure that the deck railings are safe so that no one takes a fall. What are the requirements for a safe deck railing?

#5 Outdoor Ramp Just like humans, dogs and cats can get too old to easily navigate stairs. If stairs are separating your pet from the outdoors, build a ramp from the door to the yard to make your house accessible as they age. You can hire a carpenter to construct the outdoor ramp for dogs. Be sure you design it at an angle they can navigate. Small or short-legged dogs — like basset hounds and corgis — may need a ramp to navigate stairs even when they’re young.

Your HandYMan: Building codes require that a deck that has an elevation drop of 30” or greater from the edge of the deck, has a handrail that is a minimum of 42” high. A railing that is lower than 42” high may allow a taller adult to

#6 Enclosed Cat Patio Also called a catio (cat + patio,) these outdoor enclosures provide a safe place for your cat to play outside. The structure, with a roof and four walls, keeps your cat safe and unable to harm wildlife. Catios can range from window-box sized ones to lanai-sized ones large enough to enclose a patio with human seating.

topple over it accidentally when backing up. A lower railing also seems to invite younger people to hop up on top of it to sit while talking with friends. Make sure that your railing construction is very solid and can support the weight of a falling adult. It is also required that the horizontal spaces between the vertical balusters on any deck be a maximum of 3-7/8” in order to keep a small child from getting his or her head stuck between the balusters. This rule also applies to any horizontal space under a panel of balusters between the baluster panel and the surface of the deck.

Mark Baird is a General Contractor & the Owner of “Your Handyman” servicing Santa Barbara since 2006. You can contact Mark at 805-968-1234 or email him at: mark.baird@sbcoxmail.com. Visit his website at: www.yourhandymansb.com.

#7 Built-In Pet Doors Those pet doors with the rubber flaps and plastic frames that you hack into a door can be flimsy and straight-up ugly. Fortunately, sturdier and more aesthetically pleasing alternatives are available. You can get exterior doors with built-in pet doors. Integrating a pet door into your home’s design is better for you and your pup because it’s more permanent, secure, and lovely.

#3 Built-In Pet Beds Pet beds tossed about your house are #8 Fenced-In Yard unattractive and consume valuable floor A meadow-like grassy yard enclosed by space. The alternative is building pet beds a secure fence is the holy grail for pet owninto cabinets, shelves, and other pieces of ers. An outdoor area for their beloved anifurniture. You can build a pet bed into mals to play safely is why pet owners leave the bottom shelves of a bookcase or into lofts in the city for single-family homes in a kitchen or mudroom cabinet. Or tuck it the suburbs. A fenced-in yard is near the under the stairs. If hiring a cabinetmaker top of most clients’ list when they’re lookor carpenter to build a seamless pet bed ing for dog-friendly features. There’s no isn’t in your budget, you can also buy pet substitute for a safe place for your animals beds that look like furniture. You’ll be hap- to spend time outdoors. Bob Walsmith, Jr. can be reached at 805-720-5362 or emailed at Bob@BobWalsmithJr.com

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Old Tarnished Lockset

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Design Recipes:

How to incorporate inviting architectural wood features into your space

A wood framed wall, painted in black, creates an inviting vibe.

Photos courtesy Scott Gabriel Morris/TNS

Wood can be inviting and cozy, as well as the perfect way to warm up nearly any space. Mix in other materials from glass to steel and you may have the perfect recipe for a space is that is both inviting and architecturally interesting. Wall to wall millwork creates a built in bar in a family room space.

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WOOD FEATURES

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By Cathy Hobbs What are some ways to incorporate wood into your home? Here are some top tips.

DO’S

Do look for wood species that blend into the overall aesthetic of your home. Do allow natural grains to show through, as opposed to covering or concealing their natural beauty. Do consider using wood as a way to make a feature wall or architectural element. Do consider painting wood to bring in color into a space. Do look for materials to pair with wood such as glass or steel.

DON’TS

Don’t mix too many different wood species in the same space. Don’t alter or cover fine grains of wood. Don’t overlook using highlighting wood in small ways such as baseboards, casings or trims. Don’t ignore the opportunity to highlight wood through the use of elements such as hardware. Don’t overlook the opportunity to make custom wood pieces or elements through the help of a millworker or carpenter. Cathy Hobbs, based in New York City, is an Emmy Award-winning television host and a nationally known interior design and home staging expert with offices in New York City, Boston and Washington, D.C. Website at cathyhobbs.com.

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Finance

Can we escape a crash? The housing market is saying yes By Conor Sen From stagflation to cost relief in six months — that’s the new picture of the housing market that has emerged in just the last few weeks. And to the extent housing has been a microcosm for the pandemic-era economy, the cooldown will present new challenges and opportunities over the next six months for both sellers and buyers. It should also provide some broader reassurance: It’s looking possible that we can unwind some of the explosion in housing unaffordability without crashing the market. When stagflation was the leading dynamic back in March, the housing market story was: Relentless cost inflation and an inability for supply chains to catch up to demand is bad, but people still really want to own homes, and low mortgage rates are helping keep demand strong. Today, the story has changed. Supply chains are finally catching up to demand, in large part because higher mortgage rates are making buyers more skittish and damping sales. At the same time, homebuilders are now in a position to use some of the cushion from record-high profit margins to offer

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incentives to buyers, improving the affordability picture for potential homeowners. Because lower demand is leading to supply chain relief, homebuilders are in a position to push back on cost increases from suppliers, helping them offset some of the incentives being offered to buyers. And to the extent slowing cost inflation in the housing market is a bellwether for inflation in the broader economy, there’s the prospect of the Federal Reserve becoming more relaxed. That will allow mortgage rates to fall back somewhat, helping even more with affordability and getting the housing market back to something more like normal growth. The first sign that relentless cost inflation was shifting was the drop in single-family housing starts over the past two months. Between April and June, single-family starts fell by 16%, and they are now at the lowest level they have been in two years. Industry commentary suggests the downtrend will continue in the short term. In its earnings call on Tuesday, Forestar Group, a residential lot development company, said it believes “builders are going to try to rightsize their inventory on a project-by-project basis,” which is why Forestar lowered its guidance for lots deliveries in the coming

quarter. On Thursday, DR Horton, the largest homebuilder in America and Forestar’s main customer, said it has slowed the pace of housing starts this quarter to account for softening buyer interest. We’re now seeing the number of single-family homes under construction fall for the first time since demand surged in the middle of 2020. For an industry that’s been dealing with rampant cost inflation due to supply constraints, a reduction in demand from homebuilders is the quickest way to bring the market back into balance. Lumber has been a well-publicized source of higher costs, and lumber futures have fallen in price by almost 60% since early March, which will provide builders with some relief over the next couple quarters. But lumber is just the start. In their June homebuilder survey, Rick Palacios Jr. of John Burns Real Estate Consulting noted that builders in many metro areas were starting to see broad-based cost relief on the materials side while anticipating relief on the labor side. DR Horton echoed those sentiments in its earnings call, noting that labor was an opportunity for cost relief in addition to lumber prices, and that its “goal will be to do as much as we can on the cost

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side to offset the impact that we see from prices flattening.” The housing affordability crisis of the last couple of years has been a function of three factors: extreme cost pressures that homebuilders had to absorb, record-high homebuilder profit margins that were a function of high demand and low supply, and, more recently, the surge in mortgage rates engineered by the Federal Reserve. There is now room for all of those to adjust somewhat in the coming months in a healthy way. The response in some metro areas will be more balanced than others, but ultimately we’re headed toward the outcome the Federal Reserve wants — a housing market supply chain with a little more slack than it has had and without the kind of inflation that has destabilized the broader economy. Conor Sen is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. He is founder of Peachtree Creek Investments and may have a stake in the areas he writes about. This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners. ©2022 Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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On Gardening:

Glowing color of persimmon creates a most stunning petunia By Norman Winter

This European Style urn comes to life with Supertunia Persimmon and Supertunia Mini Vista White petunias, Augusta Lavender heliotrope and a splash of Whirlwind Blue scaevola. Photos courtesy Norman Winter/TNS

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1-4 $1,195,000 1112 Linden Ave. 3/2 A light and bright, newly renovated, single level 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo located in the downtown Linden corridor.

11-2 $2,950,000 432 E Padre St 3/3 Rose Garden/Mission area. Quintessential 1920’s Santa Barbara home. Updated & beautifully maintained. 3b/2b + sep ofc/ba. Privately fenced. 2-car garage

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1-4 $1,095,000 1118 Linden Ave 2/2 Just Blocks to the beach, restaurants, and shops

1-3 $1,795,000 5300 Orchard Park Lane 3/2 New Price! Spacious 3 bed/2 bath + detached office with over 2,300 sq ft, single level in Kellogg School District. Move right in! Light & Bright!

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Village Properties Kim Crawford

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2-4 $1,895,000 565 Arbol Verde St 4/2 NEW turn-key beach cottage in sought-after Concha Loma. Just 1/3 of a mile to local beach access.

1-4 $950,000 7540 Cathedral Oaks Rd #7 3/2 One of the lowest priced 3BD properties from Carpinteria to Goleta!

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Village Properties Chuck Aljian

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Carpinteria $925,000 4527 Carpinteria Ave #D 2/2.5 1-4 Fabulous Lock-and-Leave End Unit in Beach Grove Community. Two beds, 2.5 baths, with vaulted ceilings, gorgeous kitchen, fireplace, and 1/2 mile from the beach! Modernized, abundant light and storage, this home has many bonuses, including the price!

11-1 $925,000 120 El Sueño rd 3/2.5 You won’t want to miss this highly desirable 3BD/ 2.5BA townhome ideally situated right between all that Santa Barbara and Goleta have to offer!

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2-5 $1,495,000 508 Brinkerhoff Ave. 3/2 Fantastic opportunity to own a charming SB duplex full of history.

$9,250,000 4520 Via Esperanza 5/3.5 1-4 ANOTHER PRICE REDUCTION! Move-in ready! Gorgeous 4000 sq ft Mediterranean home with 2 oversized primary suites up- stairs, plus ground floor bedroom and full bath, 4 fireplaces, ELEVATOR, 2-car garage, and lush landscaping.

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1-3 $975,000 1228 Quinientos Street 3/2.5 Beautiful & private 3 bed, 2.5 bath Cape Cod style townhouse. Remodeled kitchen & baths, wood floors, French doors, sunny flagstone patio & garage.

1-4 $5,495,000 710 Monte Dr. 5/5 Hope Ranch Lifestyle on 6th Fairway of La Cumbre Country Club. 4,700 SqFt English Country Main House & Detached Guest House. Private Beach Access. Panoramic Mountain & City Views. Private & Gated 1.5 Acres.

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1-4 $2,295,000 125 La Plata 4/2 East Mesa Coastal Zone! PRIME location in the coveted Marine Terrace development less than a block from Shoreline. Homes in this ultra-desirable pocket of the Mesa rarely come available.

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2-4 $1,350,000 2737 Miradero Drive 3/2 Ground level. Very spacious with 1639 sq feet all on one level. Large patio, solid core hardwood doors, attached interior access garage. Washer/Dryer in unit. Large primary suite.

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1-3 $2,995,000 1789 Calle Poniente 3/3.5 Stunning brand new craftsman style 3 bed 3 1/2 bath custom home with just over 2,500 sq. ft. of livable space.

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MonteCito - Upper ViLLage 1-4 $3,600,000 860 Ladera Lane 3/3 SECOND CHANCE TO VIEW! Montecito zip code, Summerland/Carp schools. 4000 sqft Mediterranean home with 2 HUGE primary suites up-stairs, plus ground floor bedroom & full bath, 4 fireplaces, ELEVATOR, 2-car garage, and lush landscaping. Coastal Properties Gary Goldberg

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2444 Santa Barbara St. 4/3 1-3 $1,999,000 Fabulous location close to SB Mission. Redone modern home w/ pool perfect for entertaining! http://www.bhhscalifornia.com/19-3346 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Katya Sheets 805-766-4235 # 01818061

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STUNNING PETUNIA Continued from page 10

Supertunia Persimmon sports a glowing yellow throat that echoes this partnership that includes Superbells Yellow Improved calibrachoa.

To me, this is the prettiest petunia I have ever grown. It is so pretty that if it only lasted a month, I would say I can hardly wait until next year. But it is a Supertunia, and therefore it will perform as suggested: a super petunia. The name of the new variety is Supertunia Persimmon. Deep down I wish Proven Winners had given this petunia a better name, like Glowing Embers, or Electric Flame. But then, what do I know, the most popular petunia of all time is known in the garden world as Bubblegum. Some of you have no doubt started to tune me out as I have alluded to the color orange. This might be a color not included in your repertoire. In other words, someone has stolen the joy of orange out of your heart. (I am just kidding.) Supertunia Persimmon is just one of several knock-your-socks-off new plants coming out in 2023 that I had the opportunity to trial. I’ll tell you more about the others over the next few weeks. Supertunia Persimmon will get 5 to 12 inches tall with a 2-foot spread, possibly a little more. True to its name, the flowers are a persimmon orange with a glowing yellow throat. It is such a color that brings happiness to the garden. I planted mine in early April and can only hope I have a shot at planting them in early October. While the South is waking up to fall planted petunias and calibrachoas, there are 45 million pansies in the way of accomplishing this on a wide scale. I plant almost all of my petunias in containers, even those planted in October, and yes, I am in zone 8a Georgia. I will admit this year I have seen incredible Supertunia petunias in the ground in commercial landscape settings. I know also the prepared landscape mixes were as close as one might get to having a potting soil-like bed. This hue of orange screams complementary color scheme, the attraction of opposites. My favorite partnerships were with Superbells Grape Punch calibrachoas and Superbena Royale Chambray verbena. But I also like echoing the yellow throat by adding some Superbells Yellow calibrachoa, which you will notice has been improved for 2023 and is even more floriferous. Son James had the opportunity to try Supertunia Persimmon in an old European-style urn. He partnered it with Supertunia Mini Vista White petunias and this year’s hot new Augusta Lavender heliotrope as the thriller plant and a dash of Whirlwind Blue scaevola. It turned out to really be an eye-catcher. Supertunias really like to be fed during the summer. My regimen has been Proven Winners’ water soluble mix every other week. This year with early season triple digits watering, every day was essential, and I have heard some had to resort to a period of twice a day watering for containers. All this watering really leaches out nutrients. No matter how much we try in the South, and even much further north this year, cutting back will play a pivotal role. When the petunia gets tired, perhaps opened up a bit and performance has waned, cutting back can be essential. The Supertunia that has a third of its foliage removed at this stage, along with maintaining fertilizer and water, initiates new growth getting you back into flower production. It is totally amazing to see what is coming in 2023, and Supertunia Persimmon will have to go to the top of your list.

Supertunia Persimmon petunia debuting in 2023 makes quite the complementary partner with Superbells Grape Punch calibrachoa and Superbena Royale Chambray verbena.

Happy birds that come to this water station as it has been decorated with Supertunia Persimmon petunia making its debut in 2023.

Norman Winter, horticulturist, garden speaker and author of “Tough-as-Nails Flowers for the South” and “Captivating Combinations: Color and Style in the Garden.” Follow him on Facebook @NormanWinterTheGardenGuy. ©2022 Tribune Content Agency, LLC

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