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HOA Homefront Border Protection

Contents A Note From The SBAOR President: Reverse Roles? Construction of single family homes outpaces multifamily ....................................4 Your Handyman: Our doorbell has stopped ringing ............................4 Real Estate Q&A: Is now a good time to start being a landlord?..........4 Santa Barbara County Sales........................................6 On Gardening: ColorBlaze Coleus offers easy color scheme companions........................................9 The final walkthrough before closing: Checklist and tips...................................................12

open Homes Open Homes Directory ......................................... E-13

Classified Real Estate ............................................................ E-15 Residential Property.............................................. E-15 Commercial Property.. .......................................... E-15 Rentals................................................................... E-15

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Six Reasons to Stay in Your (HOA) Lane By Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. CCAL

Last week’s column reviewed the roles and boundaries of each HOA team member. While sometimes it can seem frustrating for volunteer leaders to adhere to their role as directors, there are at least six reasons to do so. 1. Statutory Immunity: Civil Code Section 5800 gives HOA leaders immunity if the HOA has certain minimum Directors & Officers (“D&O”) insurance coverage in place. The protection is limited to acts or omissions “performed within the scope of the officer’s or director’s association duties.” (Section 5800(a)(1)). So, if a team member acts outside their duties, they also act outside the liability protection of this law. For example, if someone allegedly negligently repaired a gate, that would likely be characterized as outside their governance duties and therefore outside their immunity. 2. Insurance: D&O insurance typically has language following the Civil Code Section 5800 language, meaning that those acting outside the board role may be outside the protection of the D&O insurance in addition to outside their statutory immunity. 3. Accountability: If directors become involved in implementing decisions it interferes with the performance of the vendor hired to execute the decisions (often the manager). The most common explanation I hear from volunteers stepping into co-management activities is “if I don’t do it nobody will.” However, taking over management activities makes it far more difficult to hold the manager or vendor accountable for their failure to do the work — now they have an explanation — “I can’t do it, they won’t give me a chance.” Expect your manager and vendors to meet their responsibilities and don’t step in when they fall short — you may find that they rise to the occasion, but if they don’t, then hold them accountable. I have many times listened to managers express

their discouragement and frustration because of a director who interferes with the manager’s job. 4. Standard of Care: When stepping outside of the board role, directors may take on a completely different legal exposure. For example, the director who personally cuts down a tree may be held to the standard of care of arborists or tree removal firms. If the tree falls the wrong way and hurts someone, the director likely cannot claim immunity — they acted as a tree remover, not a director. 5. Conflicting Instruction: Directors who step outside their role often do so in their zeal to protect the HOA and “get things done.” However, this interjection increases the probability of overlapping or conflicting instructions to vendors. If the manager tells the maintenance vendor to repair a broken item tomorrow, and a director says to wait for further instructions, and still another director says not to repair it but to put some fresh paint on it, whom does the vendor obey? Staying within one’s proper lane avoids such conflicts. 6. Unauthorized Actions: The ultimate boundary violation problem arises when a director authorizes a vendor expense without board authority. In that situation the vendor often can force the HOA to pay, even though the board didn’t approve it, under the doctrine of “ostensible agency.” If the board does not ratify the unauthorized commitment, the HOA could require that director to reimburse the HOA for the expense. There are other reasons to stay in one’s lane, but hopefully these are sufficient!

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A note from the SBAOR President By Brian Johnson President of the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS®

Reversed Roles? Construction of Single Family Homes Outpaces Multifamily For the first time since 2013, the number of single-family homes under construction was higher than that of the number of units of multifamily construction. That is according to a blog post from Robert Dietz, the National Association of Home Builders Chief Economist. As Dietz noted in his article, up until 2008 that was the norm. Then the financial crisis that led to the Great Recession hit and homeowners moved to rentals in droves. Is this the beginning of a new trend? Not so fast according to Dietz and others. It is important to remember that the pandemic last year saw a slowdown in the construction of new multifamily units, as people were not moving from apartments to other apartments. They started looking to buy homes and this pushed builders to add more supply to the pipeline. Renters began looking for more space and more privacy with the ability to work from home. They did not just need a home office but they were looking for home classrooms for the children, too. Once the initial wave of hunkering down subsided, there was a rush in the market for buying homes. Prices increased across the country by an average of 13% since last year with some markets increasing by as much as 30%. These price increases have pushed many markets into having a majority of residents being renters. This also led a number of large investors and developers to get into the “Build to Rent” game where they were building single-family housing but specifically to rent vs sell. Will these numbers hold up? It is unlikely. The number of multifamily housing starts is up 17% from 2020 so we are already seeing the multifamily market start to come back. Additionally, not a lot of metro areas can support a large amount of single-family housing construction. Finally, the lack of a good supply of starter homes for millennials and the fact that multifamily units can be more cost efficient for construction and renting will contribute to the multifamily market retaking the lead.

Your Handyman By Mark Baird

Our Doorbell Has Stopped Ringing Question: Our doorbell has stopped working and often I can’t hear someone who is knocking on our front door. I have no idea how the bell works or what needs to be fixed. How can I get it working again? Your Handyman: The typical doorbell has three basic parts: the button, the chime, and the transformer. If your doorbell has stopped working, then one or more of these three parts are at fault, all of which can be replaced at most any hardware store. The doorbell chime operates at a lower voltage than house current and needs a transformer to step down the voltage and also to convert it to direct current. The transformer is rectangular, roughly about the size of a baseball, and is usually tucked away on a closet wall, inside a cabinet, on the wall in the garage or sometimes in the attic. If your chime is 15 years old or more, it’s probably an older style that relies on a solenoid magnet to ring while the newer models usually produce an electronic generated bell sound and don’t actually strike a chime any longer. The doorbell button often has a light inside it that receives power from the transformer and the button also can be easily replaced. The first step is to check that the transformer is producing voltage and if it is working correctly, then either the chime or the button is bad. If the transformer is not producing voltage, then it needs to be replaced. If you still can’t get your doorbell to work after installing a new transformer or if it is just too much bother to repair, then a wireless doorbell can be purchased at a hardware store with a battery-operated button and a chime that plugs into a power outlet. The wireless models work fine but the signal is often not strong enough to pass through more than 2 or 3 interior walls, so you may need to experiment a little with the placement of the chime unit. Simply attach the button to the door frame with an adhesive patch, plug in the chime at an outlet near the front door and no more missed visitors.

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.

Brian Johnson can be reached at 805-879-9631 or emailed at bjohnson@radiusgroup.com

Real Estate Q&A

Is now a good time to start being a landlord? By Gary M. Singer E4

Questions We are getting older and ready to move to a smaller home. Our plan has always been to rent our existing house to make extra money toward our retirement. After the eviction moratorium, we are nervous. Is it a good time to be a landlord? – Jerri Answer Not collecting rent is a scary prospect that every landlord needs to be prepared for. Whether it is because of a pandemic, natural disaster or non-paying tenant, you need to have enough of a cushion to carry the house’s ex-

penses for at least several months. Renting property, done correctly, can be rewarding. The good news for landlords coming out of the coronavirus crisis is that rents are higher now. To be a successful landlord, treat it like a business. Write everything down and save your receipts. Keeping track of your financials can help when it is time to file your taxes. Tenant selection is critical to successfully renting your property. It is better to spend extra time upfront choosing your tenant than spending even more time evicting them. Check work history and do a background and credit search to ensure

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your prospective tenant is financially stable. Take the time to read the landlord-tenant statute. It is written to be understandable to non-lawyers and reads almost like an instruction manual for renting. Knowing your rights and responsibilities is key to a good experience. If you feel intimidated by the process, you can hire a real estate agent to help you. Once you find a good tenant, do not ruin the relationship by trying to be friends. Being friendly is good, but who wants to evict a buddy for not paying the rent. Remember to treat this as a busi-

ness relationship. Respond to repair requests quickly. In return, your tenant also needs to take the relationship seriously. Explain that they need to treat the house as their home and must pay their rent on time. Accepting excuses rather than rent rarely works out. Posting a warning notice for nonpayment sends a clear message that the rent needs to be paid each month to avoid immediate consequences. Gary M. Singer is a Florida attorney and board-certified as an expert in real estate law by the Florida Bar. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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2285 BELLA VISTA DR, MONTECITO 4BD/6BA • $12,950,000 Team Scarborough, 805.331.1465 LIC# 01182792

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1780 GLEN OAKS DR, MONTECITO 4BD/5BA • $6,295,000 Nancy Kogevinas, 805.450.6233 LIC# 01209514

920 CAMINO VIEJO RD, EUCALYPTUS HILL 4BD/4½BA • $5,950,000 Cristal Clarke, 805.886.9378 LIC# 00968247

440 WOODLEY RD, MONTECITO 3BD/2½BA • $5,900,000 Daniel Encell, 805.565.4896 LIC# 00976141

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1040 LADERA LN, MONTECITO 3BD/2BA; ±5.04 acres • $3,850,000 Daniel Encell, 805.565.4896 LIC# 00976141

780 LADERA LN, MONTECITO 4BD/4BA • $3,595,000 Team Scarborough, 805.331.1465 LIC# 01182792

477 PASEO DEL DESCANSO, SAN ROQUE 4BD/3½BA • $3,195,000 Cristal Clarke / John (J.J.) Gobbell, 805.886.9378 LIC# 00968247 / 02063124

954 ALAMO PINTADO RD, SOLVANG 3BD/3BA; ±5 acres • $2,875,000 Joe Ramos, 805.680.6849 LIC# 02040488

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1790 GLEN OAKS DR, MONTECITO ±1.15 acres • $1,695,000 Nancy Kogevinas, 805.450.6233 LIC# 01209514

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3736 STATE ST#110, SAN ROQUE 2BD/2½BA • $1,250,000 Jessie Sessions, 805.709.0904 LIC# 01937789

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Santa BarBara County SaleS

This is a partial list of all recorded residential sales in Santa Barbara County from October 1, 2021 thru October 8, 2021. 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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BUYER

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DATE

BUELLTON/SOLVANG

2720 QUAIL VALLEY RD 1475 DOVE MEADOW RD

OWENS JOHN EA BROWN KIMBERLY EA

BRENNER ROBBIE EA PALMA ROBERT EU

$2,300,000 $2,525,000

10/5/2021 10/6/2021

CARPINTERIA

5455 EIGHTH ST 10 5455 EIGHTH ST 23 5003 PACIFIC VILLAGE CT 761 OLIVE AVE 4975 SANDYLAND RD 107 1150 MARK AVE 5669 CARPINTERIA AVE

COSTELLO TIMOTHY GARNET GLORIA EA MULHALL GLORIA EA TRELOAR TAMARA EA SCHROEDER KATHLEEN EA SIOXY GROUP O RHYAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

MACKIE JENNIFER EA KING JOSEPH EA BALCH JOHN EA PURA RANDALL EA 4975 SANDYLAND ROAD LLC NUSIL TECHNOLOGY LLC CARP BLUFF LLC

$680,000 $705,000 $1,585,000 $1,700,000 $2,135,000 $6,300,000 $13,700,000

10/5/2021 10/8/2021 10/1/2021 10/5/2021 10/5/2021 10/1/2021 10/8/2021

CUYAMA

4634 MORALES ST

KROUPA RICHARD EU

NAVA MARTIN

$200,000

10/6/2021

GOLETA

5512 ARMITOS AVE 44 7638 HOLLISTER AVE 131 151 CHAPEL ST 645 MAYRUM ST 530 CARLO DR 6290 MOMOUTH AVE 1409 CAMINO MELENO 5325 DORWIN LN

LEMON MARTIN EA WILSON DIVID AHLROTH RUTH EA BELT ALLAN EA OKPYSH CHRISTINA EA SYLVIA LANCE EU BASSIN CRAIG MCCOLM MICHAEL EA

KUMAR UTTAM EA DURAN MAYRA EU STADELMANN BEAT EU WARRECKER WES EU BUCK BRANDON EU BOC TLC LLC EA MYERS THOMAS EU PATTERSON THOMAS EU

$500,000 $675,000 $719,000 $743,000 $1,255,000 $1,275,000 $2,703,000 $5,750,000

10/7/2021 10/1/2021 10/8/2021 10/8/2021 10/8/2021 10/1/2021 10/1/2021 10/8/2021

GUADALUPE

891 PIONEER ST

LOPEZ DANIEL

CAZENAVE COURTNEY

$337,000

10/8/2021

ISLA VISTA

6563 TRIGO RD UNIT 101

M&A SB HIVE LLC

ISLA VISTA PROPERTY OWNER LLC

$31,250,000

10/7/2021

LOMPOC

633 N SIXTH ST 137 S J ST 1032 N P ST 1032 N P ST 425 N DAISY ST 400 E OCEAN AVE 1317 E LEMON AVE 718 W HICKORY AVE 240 AMHERST PL 1308 N A ST 815 E COLLEGE AVE 1417 MICHAEL CT 1233 WESTBROOK DR 1000 ROCKROSE LN 421 S HAWTHORNE ST

RICHARDSON LORRAINE EA BREEDEN RONALD HESS CLARE EA ALVAREZ GUSTAVO EA CASNER MICHAEL EU FERALIO JEASUN WERNER LINDA EA HOLLOWAY EUGENE OCHOA DANIEL BARTLETT ERIC EU NAVARRO RAFAEL EA KAEHN ANN ABRERA RIZALINO EU JONES PAUL EA ROBERTSON JOHN EU

TORRES JODI EU SATNAMJI LLC ALVAREZ GUSTAVO EA LA BRISA EQUITIES LLC JIMENEZ HECTOR EU MAYA LUIS EU MONTROSS LAUREN EU RISPOLI GAIL EU ORFALEA PAUL EA SMITH CHRISTOPHER ROSALES RANDY EA REDWOOD HOLDINGS LLC VERA FRANCISCO EU SMITH TRAVIS EU SABO JUSTIN EU

$212,000 $290,000 $307,500 $391,000 $410,000 $425,000 $430,000 $436,000 $470,000 $475,000 $485,000 $487,000 $544,500 $630,000 $750,000

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MONTECITO

1050 THE FAIRWAY 2025 CREEKSIDE RD 2965 EAST VALLEY RD 726 EL RANCHO RD 1599 1/2 EAST VALLEY RD 456 CROCKER SPERRY DR 797 ASHLEY RD 1550 MIRAMAR BCH DR 36 HAMMOND DR

SILVERBERG HARVEY EA COFFIN RICHARD EA ENRIGHT CHASE EA TAYLOR JAMES EA HALSTED A STEVENS EA MOSLEY DAVIEL EA HAKIM KAMBIZ EA BISBANO CARL EA WENZLAU WILLIAM EA

RUSSO JOHN WEINER NATALIE EA 2955 EAST VALLEY LLC VERMA NEAL EU RIOS MARK EA WORSTER BRUCE EA FELL ROBERT EA JERRY STARK COMPANIES INC MILLER PHILIP EA

$865,000 $2,350,000 $3,150,000 $3,900,000 $4,350,000 $5,442,000 $5,796,000 $9,000,000 $10,000,000

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LOS OLIVOS

4145 ROBLAR AVE

WILSON FLOYD EU

LIVING LIFE VINEYARDS LLC

$7,000,000

10/7/2021

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3435 RICHLAND DR 14 1720 CHAPALA ST 4 1037 W VALERIO ST 56 BARRANCA AVE 9 2644 STATE ST 24 325 LADERA ST 3 317 LADERA ST 2 11 VALDIVIA DR 1249 DIANA LN 236 REEF CT 209 W CONSTANCE AVE 1402 W VALERIO ST 515 N ALISOS ST 1095 VERONICA SPRINGS RD 727 BOND AVE

DUGAN RJOBERT EA HEWSON ROBERTA EA SATTERLEE ARLENE EA COLASANTE RAFFAELLO EA GRANOFF SHARON EA DECHAINE CYNTHIA WILLIAMS DAN DURBIANO MICHAEL BUSE ROSA EA KNOBLOCH DAVA EA PFISTER WALTER FORTUNA JACK EU DOS ALISOS LLC RUIZ MICHAEL EA BOLLAY MELODY EA

READEY LEIGH MOCANU MIHEALA VOGEL TRAVIS EU MICHAEL GIL EA ST PIERRE-PARKER ANTONY EU CERVANTES JUAN EU PAPPAS STEPHE EU REESE DANIEL EU DAY SEPI EA HALEVY ZIV EU GAUGHAN BRENDAN EU GOERWITZ KURT EA YAO MIKE EU JACKSON PRIYA EU RUSS WILLIAM EA

$500,000 $579,000 $700,000 $825,000 $871,000 $880,000 $895,000 $950,000 $990,000 $1,020,000 $1,120,000 $1,194,000 $1,200,000 $1,350,000 $1,360,000

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2628 HACIENDA WAY 110 S LA CUMBRE RD 4005 LA COLINA RD 218 E YANONALI ST #A 1615 LAGUNA ST 1231 E MASON ST 8 CALLE CAPISTRANO 2625 BORTON DR 1705 SYCAMORE CANYON RD 970 MONTE DR 712 W ANAPAMU ST 1737 LOMA ST 2431 CASTILLO ST 422 ALAN RD 1124 CASTILLO ST 414 SEA RANCH DR 3232 CAMPANIL DR 623 W JUNIPERO ST

CHEN PINCHU BRILCAL PROPERTY LC JOHNSTON BRUCE EA HIGGINS BERNARD EU HAMILTON NICHAEL EA BEAVERS PEGGY EA MOOUDERRES JUDITH EA ANDRADE JAIME EU MANGUS JEAN BELWOOD INVESTMENTS LLC RAMRAS NEWFIELD LLC STEINER JONATHAN EU CORAZZA MARK EA CRANE LISA 1124 CASTILLO ST LLC MOORE MICHAEL EA COMPTON RICHARD EA MURPHY MICHAEL EA

GARRISON GAVIN EU DANSK RETAIL INC METIU MICHAEL EA MCHUGH STEPHEN GRESBACK RYAN EU O’HEARN JASON EA JOHNSON JENILLE EU SEA 186 LLC ANDRADE JAIME EU VAMPOLA STEPHEN DCP ANAPAMU LLC QUIRK MATTHEW EA KIMBERLY UHLES HURVITZ PROPERT BERGER ELIZABETH EU CAIRD RONALD EA EPHREM SABIN EU GAUCHO PROPERTIES LLC 623 W JUNIPERO LLC

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581 RUTGERS DR 529 S PINE ST 4066 HILLTOP RD B 705 E BOONE ST 325 TOWNSEND LN 622 POPLAR ST 1861 SANDALWOOD DR 1907 N LAZO WAY 265 N BROADWAY 408 E CENTRAL AVE 1010 ROSEWOOD DR 882 GREENACRE DR 726 DON PABLO DR 606 W EDWARD ST 4178 BREEZY GLEN DR 1648 S CHIANTI LN 285 MOON DANCE DR 1724 S CAPITOLA ST 4306 S FOXENWOOD CIR 5415 DEL NORTE WAY 684 CLUBHOUSE DR 4669 WOODMERE RD 201 N COLLEGE DR 101 416 E TUNNELL ST 4389 KRIS DR 5867 ROBIN CT 804 N BROADWAY

OAKES RICHARD COASTLINE HOUSING GROUP BYRNE ANNE TRUSTEE (for) BYRNE ANAYA ERNEST EA LOGAN JACK EA RODRIGUEZ SEVERIANO TEIXEIRA GARY EA CAMACHO SANTO EU STRONG5WILLS LLC WALSH SHARON EA MORENO DIANA STADLER PATTI EA SULLIVAN THOMAS EU CHAMBERS DONALD EA SNYDER ROBERT GARCIA ARTHUR EU PURYEAR JOHN EU CASTILLO MARK EA BRIGGS TERRY EA JORDAN MICHAEL EA NUNEZ BARBARA CHELI MARK EU LAGUTTUTA FRANCIS FINN MATTHEW ELLIOTT DAVID EU READE LORETTA EA DOBOS STACEY EA

GLYNN RAYMOND EU CHG SOUTH PINE LLC MCKINLEY LAURA EU BROWN MICHAEL EA CHEEDLE BOBBIE ARMENTA HORTENCIA BRISENO-CALDERON SARAI EA VARGAS JOSE EU GLENN KAREN CONTRERAS HOMERO EU HERNANDEZ AURELIO GARY D CRABTREE 401 K PLAN FISHER AUSTIN EA SANTOS-GIJON HERMELINDA EA DICKEY MATTHEW EU FARLEY HAL EU RODRIGUEZ RINA EA CORONEL YULIANA EU RODRIGUEZ CRISTAL RAMIREZ MARIBEL EU GUEVARA LEONARD DUNCAN THOMAS EA GALAN IGOR EA ALVAREZ MIGUEL EA SMITH ALEX EU COMSTOCK MARIE NICKS PARTNERS LLC

SUMMERLAND

3375 FOOTHILL RD 1114 3152 VIA REAL 2709 VISTA OCEANO LN

SINGER SUSAN EA MCGRAW ELIZABETH EA FELL ROBERT EA

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ColorBlaze Coleus offers easy color scheme companions By Norman Winter Photos courtesy Norman Winter/TNS

(left photo) ColorBlaze Lime Time coleus, Color Coded Orange You Awesome echinacea and Dolce Winterberry heuchera create a three-part or triadic harmony of color. (right photo) ColorBlaze Royale Brandy coleus and Luscious Royale Cosmo lantana show create a monochromatic partnership of color.

By Norman Winter ColorBlaze El Brighto Coleus will make its debut in 2022, and make no mistake about it, award-winning color scheme opportunities await as you select your flower partners. At the Young’s Plant Farm 2021 Garden Tour in Auburn, Alabama this summer it made a memorable impression on The Garden Guy. The last 30 years I have fancied myself as a guru of color. I talk about color schemes to master gardeners and have put artist color wheels in the books I have written. This day at the garden tour I got supercharged again on the use of color and particularly incorporating Coleus. This particular bed featured two new flowers for 2022: Ladybird Sunglow, a Calylophus hybrid selection of Texas primrose, and Luscious Citron lantana. That would have worked as a monochromatic planting, but the addition of Vermillionaire Cuphea and ColorBlaze El Brighto Coleus turned it into a dazzling analogous color scheme. An analogous color scheme is designed with colors next to each other on a color wheel. It doesn’t have to be exact, but within close proximity. In this case the red-orange of both Vermillionaire Cuphea and ColorBlaze El Brighto Coleus

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Checklist and tips By Erik J. Martin Bankrate.com As you prepare to finalize a home purchase, there’s an important step to take before the closing: the final walkthrough. This personal inspection helps ensure that the home you committed to on paper is in relatively identical condition to when you first visited, and that the seller is compliant with the terms of your real estate contract. What is the final walkthrough before closing? A final walkthrough is an opportunity for you, as the homebuyer, to visit and assess the property you’re purchasing before the closing. The goal of the visit is to ensure the home is in the same condition it was when you agreed to buy it. “It’s also an opportunity for you to ensure that the seller has moved out or substantially moved out, and that the

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seller did not cause any damage during the move-out,” adds Lisa Okasinski, a real estate attorney and owner of Okasinski Law PLC, based in Detroit. This visit is important, as it allows you to assess whether the seller has met your interpretation of the purchase agreement and removed all their personal property, explains David North, broker/owner of Realtrua in Redmond, Washington. “This is also the time to confirm that non-subjective contractual obligations of the seller, such as specific repairs, have been met,” North says. Final walkthrough checklist: What to look for There are several items you should confirm during the final walkthrough of the property. Okasinski and Elizabeth Grimes, an attorney with Ligris + Associ-

ates PC in Wellesley, Massachusetts, recommend the following checklist: •The seller’s belongings have been fully moved out. •Any repairs that the seller promised would be done have been completed. •All appliances that the purchase agreement specified would remain are in proper working order. •The seller left copies of all manuals and instructions for appliances and fixtures. •Door and window locks are fully functioning. •The HVAC systems (furnace, air conditioning, etc.) are working properly. •All faucets are working, toilets flush properly and there are no plumbing leaks. •All walls, ceilings and doorways are structurally intact and not damaged from moving. •The yard is free of any debris or damage. •The seller left the garage door openers and keys in the home or with their agent. “Cleanliness, completion of repairs, any changes to the condition of the property from the time of the sales contract, presence of all items that are contractually included in the sale and removal of items not included in the sale should all be checked during your final walkthrough,” North advises. When is the final walkthrough? The final walkthrough commonly take places 24 to 48 hours before closing. The home purchase agreement typically contains a provision allowing for the walkthrough, and it might specify the window of time in which it can occur. “I always suggest to my clients to schedule the final walkthrough on the morning of the closing so that they are getting a last look to make sure the property is in good condition prior to signing closing paperwork,” Grimes says. What to bring to the final walkthrough You are not required to bring anything with you to the final walkthrough, but you might want to bring a checklist (either on paper or your phone) that you can mark off during your visit. Your real estate agent and/or attorney might also be present with you during the final walkthrough. “I always suggest buyers bring a flashlight to look in basement and attic areas that have low visibility, too,” Grimes says. How long should a final walkthrough take? The duration of the walkthrough is up to you — there is no legal maximum or minimum time limit, according to Okasinski. Generally speaking, prepare to take the time necessary to carefully evaluate the home. Rushing through a final walkthrough can lead to regret, as you could accidentally overlook flaws or breaches of contract.

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“How long it takes is highly dependent on the property, how inclined you are to look at details, what you end up finding and other unpredictable factors,” North says. “I always recommend scheduling at least an hour and a half — sometimes longer. Walkthroughs don’t usually take longer than that, but they can, at times.” Can a buyer back out during the final walkthrough? Whether or not you can terminate your real estate contract after the final walkthrough depends on the terms of your agreement. “In most cases, it would be hard to terminate the purchase agreement as a result of the final walkthrough, unless you could point to a major change in the condition of the property,” Okasinski cautions. “For smaller items of damage that happened after the purchase agreement was entered, it’s more realistic that the parties would agree to have the buyer withhold from the seller an amount necessary to make the repairs at closing.” Legally, however, you are allowed to back out if the property does not meet the obligations detailed in your real estate contract, according to Grimes. “Typically, sellers and buyers instead agree to either monetary compensation or other solutions to ensure the transaction moves forward,” Grimes says. What to do if you find issues in the walkthrough You might discover a problem or violation of your purchase agreement during the final walkthrough, but that doesn’t mean it’s a dealbreaker. “Depending on the problem, there is usually a solution that can be worked out with the seller,” Okasinski says. “For example, if the seller appears that they are not able to move by the scheduled closing date, you could either delay the closing date or enter into a lease with the seller so that you receive rent from them after the scheduled closing date. If there is damage to the property you notice, you could have the seller agree to make the repairs to the property or negotiate to have the purchase price reduced by the cost of repairs.” “I always advise the buyer to review the situation carefully and figure out whether or not it’s worth delaying the closing or mentioning it to the seller,” adds Jason Gelios, a Realtor with Community Choice Realty in Southeast Michigan. “However, larger issues like missing appliances or major damage to the property should never be overlooked.” Gelios notes that most of his buyer clients don’t back out of the deal without holding the seller accountable for things not honored in the purchase agreement. “Most sellers are open to making things right at this stage of the process,” Gelios says. Visit Bankrate online at bankrate.com. ©2021 Bankrate.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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was perfect. They offered more than that, however, in that the yellow tips of the Cuphea blossoms and the yellow gold margins of the Coleus echoed the colors of both the lantana and the primrose. Just talking about this demonstrates how fun it can be incorporating foliage plants like ColorBlaze Coleus into your flower and foliage partnerships. ColorBlaze has another new selection for 2022 called Nearly Noir. It is such a dark burgundy it really does look nearly black. By all means, don’t be shy on this one. ColorBlaze Nearly Noir will offer a total contrast in whichever color you combine it with. When we have a total contrast, we typically refer to that as a complementary color scheme. Nearly Noir will enhance everything around it. In the planting above with El Brighto, Nearly Noir would also have been a great choice too. The Garden Guy used Nearly Noir with Alocasia upright elephant ears and Luminary Opalescence phlox. While a great contrast with the phlox, you could tell there was a color relationship. If you had a paint chip card from the home improvement store that had Nearly Noir at one end, the color at the other end would be the pink of the Luminary Opalescence phlox. CorlorBlaze Coleus varieties can work just like flowers in your color schemes, whether they be analogous, complementary, monochromatic or even slightly more challenging like a

ColorBlaze Nearly Noir coleus is also making its debut in 2022. Like the name suggests it is such a dark burgundy it looks nearly black. Here it is combined with Luminary Opalescence phlox and Alocasia upright elephant ears.

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triadic harmony, three colors equally split on the artist color wheel. Two of The Garden Guy’s favorite colors are fiery orange and lime green. So when the opportunity to grow Color Coded Orange You Awesome echinacea and ColorBlaze Lime Time Coleus together, I could not pass it up. The third partner in the combination was Dolce Wildberry Heuchera. It is still one of my favorites today. Using ColorBlaze Coleus in your combination plantings offers one other game-changing trait: They will perform until frost. The perennials and annuals both will cycle in bloom throughout the long hot growing season, but the Coleus stays camera-ready. Come spring, look for the ColorBlaze series and the new El Brighto, and Nearly Noir introductions. Regardless of what you choose, incorporate them into your color schemes and you’ll find your neighbors looking for advice.

Norman Winter, horticulturist, garden speaker and author of “Toughas-Nails Flowers for the South” and “Captivating Combinations: Color and Style in the Garden.” Follow him on Facebook @NormanWinterTheGardenGuy. ©2021 Tribune Content Agency, LLC

ColorBlaze Wicked Hot is an award-winning coleus that made its debut in 2020 and indeed looks flaming as it gets backlit by the sun. Here The Garden Guy partnered it with golden needle like foliage of the Fluffy arborvitae.

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ColorBlaze El Brighto coleus makes its debut in 2022. In this colorful combination it is partnered with Ladybird Sunglow Calylophus or Texas primrose, Luscious Citron lantana and Vermillionaire cuphea.

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• GLOBALLY CONNECTED SANTA BARBARA • MONTECITO • SANTA YNEZ

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Oxnard B & W Mkt $250 K Add ck cashing. Busy strip. Owner income $40,260 ann. Absentee Owner

owner in 2019. $325K + Inv. 2021 sales up to $555,218

Corner Liquor Str/Mkt $450K +Inv. Type 21 Liquor Lic. 2019: $90K to owner/operator New wall of coolers added!

SB Fast Food $165K

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On Track for $1 Mil Gross Sales! Profitable. Fully equipt kitchen

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Car Rental Franchise $150K+ Inv. Travel is back! Income rising!

Elegant home decore, jewelry, clothing & gifts. In escrow. SOLD: Frame Shop $79K SOLD: Electronics Assy. SOLD: Mini Mart (SB) SOLD: 2 Wine Bars (SB/SY) SOLD: Coffee Shop (Gol) SOLD: Pizza Shop (SB)

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