Between the boating and the barbecues, please take time to pause and remember the meaning of Memorial Day by honoring those who have served and gave their all.
Written by Casey Jones, Big Bear Grizzly. Fish plants are good business for Big Bear On the surface, it might seem like a silly thing for a city council to do, paying to plant a bunch of fish in a lake without even knowing if they’ll be caught by local voters. But in Big Bear […]
Register for May Trout Classic Don’t miss the family fun and excitement of the grandfather of all fishing tournaments. The 32nd annual Jim Hall Memorial May Trout Classic is May 17 and 18 in Big Bear Lake. The total payout for the largest rainbow trout is $2,500 based on 500 paid entrants. The total payout […]
White-Rodgers Recalls Home Heating and Cooling Thermostats Due to Fire Hazard More than one million thermostats sold in the United States and Canada since 2006 are being recalled because the batteries can leak and cause a fire. Product: The thermostats are made by White-Rodgers, but some have different brand names printed on the front, including […]
The 2014 MS Walk is scheduled for May 3rd this year. Typically North Shore Elementary is the starting and finish line as you walk on the Alpine Pedal Path. Individuals or teams can walk a 1k course or a 5k course that winds around the shoreline of Big Bear Lake. If you would like to […]
Not all the Valley got rain yesterday but this photo shows an area that did. Photo was taken from Bear Mountain Ski Area looking east while the sun is shinning in Moonridge. The golf course and parking lot can be … Continue reading →
Outhouse races just seem to go with a good chili cookoff ~ It all happens at the Bartlett Street Parking lot Saturday ~ ‘Details Here’
Big Bear Lake’s Fireworks Spectacular is set for July 4th… Click here for more weekend activities.
Among many other weekend activities - ‘Click Here’
Summer Solstice: The science behind the first day of Summer. ‘Click Here’
Click here for details.
These tickets go fast, so hurry before they are sold out. Purchase online at: www.bigbearlakevillage.com or at The UPS Store in the Village.
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 →