January 2017

Found 5 blog entries for January 2017.


Pier from Main Beach to Heisler Park to Bird Rock in 1927 | Courtesy of Laguna Beach Historical Society

Time to Throw it Back
Happy Throwback Thursday neighbors!  Where you come from, where you call home is a part of who you are.  Welcome to the Live Like a Local blog series that explores our roots and hometown in South Orange County.

Every week we welcome you to explore with us, as we take in the vibrant culture, beautiful histories and exquisite homes created in our own backyard.  Whether it be San Clemente, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano or a surrounding coastal community, it is always a great day for Throwback Thursday in Orange County!

Especially when we are thankful for the amazing place we call home…

1930s Downtown Presbrytarian Church,

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Inauguration Time at Western White House


Photo Courtesy of the San Clemente Historical Society & their Museum Collection

Time to Throw it Back
Happy Throwback Thursday neighbors!  Where you come from, where you call home is a part of who you are.  Welcome to the Live Like a Local blog series that explores our roots and hometown in South Orange County.

Every week we welcome you to explore with us, as we take in the vibrant culture, beautiful histories and exquisite homes created in our own backyard.  Whether it be San Clemente, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano or a surrounding coastal community, it is always a great day for Throwback Thursday in Orange County!
Especially when it’s Inauguration Time…

Presidents of San Clemente



Just like the

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Courtesy of San Juan Capistrano Historical Society | Forster Mansion

Time to Throw it Back
Happy Throwback Thursday neighbors!  Where you come from, where you call home is a part of who you are.  Welcome to the Live Like a Local blog series that explores our roots and hometown in South Orange County.

Every week we welcome you to explore with us, as we take in the vibrant culture, beautiful histories and exquisite homes created in our own backyard.  Whether it be San Clemente, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano or a surrounding coastal community, it is always a great day for Throwback Thursday in Orange County!

Especially when you’re grateful for the amazing place we call home…

Historic Ranchos

We like to say that home is where your story

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GRANT FOR FIRST-TIME TALEGA HOMEBUYERS

What is the Talega Lifestyle Transfer Fee? Having handled hundreds of sales in Talega, I can tell you that roughly 15% of sellers remember this fee when they go to sell their home. The Talega Lifestyle Transfer Fee is ¼% of the sales price and is labeled as an “Enhancement Fee.” Every time a property is sold in Talega, this fee is paid to the Talega Lifestyle Corporation.

Enhancement fees are not uncommon to newer communities in California. The fee is typically paid for by the buyer because they are the ones who receive the benefit. However, many buyers are skeptical when it comes to enhancement fees – primarily because they have never heard of it before. In fact, enhancement fees are oftentimes the biggest

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Rancho Mission Viejo


Courtesy of O.C. History Roundup | Branding in Rancho Mission Viejo, 1964

Time to Throw it Back
Happy Throwback Thursday neighbors! Where you come from, where you call home is a part of who you are. Welcome to the Live Like a Local blog series that explores our roots and hometown in South Orange County.

Every week we welcome you to explore with us, as we take in the vibrant culture, beautiful histories and exquisite homes created in our own backyard. Whether it be San Clemente, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano or a surrounding coastal community, it is always a great day for Throwback Thursday in Orange County!

Especially when you’re grateful for an amazing place we call home…


Courtesy of Orange County Archives | Rancho

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