I’ll admit, I jinxed the ski resorts this year when I purchased ski passes. We haven’t had any snow to speak of! But this week’s precipitation will definitely improve the lake level. So far moderate rain falling in Big Bear with just about a 1/2 inch since midnight but they say it will turn to […]
211 Marina Point Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 This gated Eagle Point Estates lakefront property went into escrow today….I’m not surprised. The listing agent told me they were getting motivated and from what I understand they had 2 offers on the property. The sellers dropped the price from $3.99mm to $3.39mm on January 11th, […]
Big Bear Lakefront Home at 450 Edgemoor Closes Escrow (Sale #1 for 2014) I was a little surprised to see this one close escrow. For one, there’s no water in front of it and it’s only going to get worse this Summer unless we have another Miracle March. This lakefront home has been on […]
Last night Big Bear received about a half inch of snow….not enough to close down the roads, or cancel schools. But it sure makes it feel a little more like Winter!
Water Levels Low, But Not Critical By Judi Bowers, Big Bear Grizzly Governor Jerry Brown has issued a state of emergency. Fire officials are concerned. Water purveyors are cautious. The ski resorts are offering special deals in the middle of the season. The drought is real. Mike Stephenson, lake manager for the Big Bear Municipal […]
Big Bear’s “Polar Plunge” to benefit the Special Olympics is this Saturday, at noon, at Swim Beach. There’s still time to donate or register to participate. The $50,000 donation goal has almost been met, help them surpass it! Click the … Continue reading →
We received 8 to 10 inches of fresh snow overnight and it’s still snowing with 1 to 2 feet more expected throughout the day!
Hole #8 at Bear Mountain Golf Course is a Lake hole. It’s only a Pitching Wedge to the green but this time of year, when the lake level is lower, it’s easy to see that maybe a 9 iron would … Continue reading →
After watching the rest of the country suffer with extreme weather conditions, being in Big Bear right now is almost ideal. Although we need more natural snow fall, the skiing conditions are great, and being able to set outside and … Continue reading →
Yard Art in Castle Glen Estates yesterday…
Wonder what this old 2×12 fencing held in or kept out over the years.
The conditions are good, the weather is fantastic and the crowds are small.
A one stop health and educational resource facility that address the needs of both the community and visitors. The new Center is located adjacent to the west side of Bear Valley Community Hospital.
It’s a Big Bear tradition – the annual New Year’s Eve torchlight parade at Snow Summit! Watch from the base of the mountain itself, or anywhere else in town that has a view of the Summit slopes! This year’s event … Continue reading →
It a busy time of year in Big Bear and we hope you enjoy your visit: http://www.bigbear.com/things-to-do/special-events/christmas/
Big Bear Real Estate Statistics, Sold 2011 vs 2012 In 2011 we had 865 closed residential sales in the Big Bear MLS. YTD through today 12/29/12 our closed residential sales are 1072 this year. The average price sold went from … Continue reading →
92315 Foreclosure Trends Foreclosure Filings—Notice of Default filings are the first step in the foreclosure process. Notice of Trustee Sale filings set the date and time of an auction, and serve as the homeowner’s final notice before sale. Foreclosure Outcomes—After … Continue reading →
More homes are being sold in less than a month according to the latest edition of the Realtors® Confidence Index report than was previously the case. Approximately a third of properties were on the market for less than a month when sold, and … Continue reading →
Many sellers that list their home for sale in the Big Bear area get a raw deal from their listing agent. 1. Listing with an out of the area agent gives you a small chance of being shown. Agents from … Continue reading →
Big Bear area ratio of supply to demand is at 8:1. This high ratio of supply to demand will stall or slow any robust increase in Big Bear prices.
Myth #1: The homeowner must fall behind on mortgage payments in order to qualify for a short sale. Debunked: Years ago this may have been true, but not in 2012. A financial hardship must exist, such as the ARM (Adjustable Rate Mortgage) … Continue reading →