Tuesday, April 27, 2010

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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Orange County Weekly REO/Foreclosure Update

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Daily Forecast Update: Mortgage Applications, CPI, Retail Sales

By Arun Barman, Research Economist 

Mortgage Purchase Applications

  • Mortgage Purchase applications were down 10.5 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis and 10.0 percent non-seasonally adjusted. The unadjusted index was down 17.5 percent from a year earlier.
  • The four week moving average for the purchase index is up 0.9 percent.
  • Refinances were down 9.0 percent, and the market composite index fell 9.6 percent on a seasonal basis.
  • The refinance share of market activity rose slightly to 58.9 percent, down from 58.7 percent.
  • Mortgage rates, according to the MBA survey, fell slightly to 5.17 percent from 5.31 percent the week before on a fixed 30-year mortgage.

Consumer Price Index

  • Consumer prices were up 0.1 percent in March. Over the previous year prices were only up 2.4 percent.
  • Core inflation, which excludes food and energy prices, was unchanged. Compared to the previous year, core prices were 1.2 percent higher in March.
  • The housing component of the CPI was also unchanged.
  • The low inflation rate is a positive for mortgage / interest rates. The Fed looks at inflation closely when making interest rate decisions, so at least on the inflation front, there is not any pressure to raise rates given today's data.

Retail Sales

  • Retail sales were up 1.6 percent in March, following a 0.5 percent increase in February. The first quarter sales were up 5.5 percent from the same period in 2009.
  • Gasoline stations and motor vehicle and parts dealers were especially strong.
  • Furniture and home furnishing which are particularly relevant to the housing sector were up 1.5 percent from February, and 4.2 percent from March 2009.

"Copyright National Association of REALTORS®, Reprinted with permission." 

Free swimming May 1; Car seat class April 28

City of Aliso Viejo
Free swimming, young pop star part of Aquatic Center May 1 opening

Residents who drop by the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center on May 1 will enjoy free swimming all day and an up-and-coming singing sensation who's making waves in the music industry.

The Opening Season Pool Party at 29 Santa Barbara is from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 1. The celebration includes free entry; fun-filled games and activities for all ages; Oasis Cafe specials; and the talents of Yazzie Jay, a rising Orange County talent who is making her transition into the L.A. music scene. Yazzie, 17, is a self-taught artist, who has taught herself the piano, drums, bass, acoustic guitar and electric guitar.

With a 25-meter pool, recreation pool, splash pad and toddler wading pool, the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center quickly became the hub of activity after its premiere last year. Offering fee-based swimming programs, activities, parties and more, the facility is a popular venue for families, kids, adults, groups and organizations alike.

Guests to the Aquatic Center can enjoy recreation and lap swimming, water aerobics, pool parties, the Oasis Cafe, cabanas and lots of fun activities. The Oasis Cafe offers fresh, delicious, convenient and affordable fare. The center has locker facilities, restrooms and a patio with outdoor fireplace for lounging and relaxing with family and friends.  Season and monthly passes are available for residents who want to enjoy the facilities throughout the season.

The Aquatic Center is conveniently located at Aliso Creek Road and Glenwood Drive, next to the Aliso Viejo Conference Center.  

More planned events are on tap for the season, so be sure to visit  www.cityofalisoviejo.com/AquaticCenter for more information and sign up to the City's eNews at www.cityofalisoviejo.com. Information is also available by calling 949-425-2559.
 
See you at the pool May 1!


Families in need to receive free car seats, thanks to funding received from car seat violations

Aliso Viejo Police Services and the Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center are hosting a car seat education class, including free car seat distribution, on Wednesday, April 28 at the Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center. The class is from 9:30 a.m. to noon.  
 
The class will be conducted in Spanish and English. Parents or guardians must attend the class in order to receive a free car seat.
 
Parents or guardians enrolled in Medi-Cal, AFDC, CalOptima, or WIC, or who are without medical insurance and unable to afford a car seat are eligible to attend the class and receive a free car seat.  Proof of income eligibility and vehicle insurance is required. The child safety seats offered during the class are provided by the County of Orange Health Care Agency.
 
Pre-registration is required. To register, contact Gracie Duran at 949-425-2519.





The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Orange County Weekly REO/Foreclosure Update

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Monday, April 12, 2010

Free Compost Giveaway April 24; Free Shred Day May 8

City of Aliso Viejo
Free Compost Giveaway in honor of Earth Day

The City's waste hauler, CR&R Waste and Recycling Services, is joining forces with Aliso Viejo and other south county cities to commemorate Earth Day by distributing 30-pound bags of processed green waste (compost).

The free compost giveaway takes place from 7 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 24 at San Juan Capistrano City Hall, 32400 Paseo Adelanto. Aliso Viejo residents can take advantage of obtaining two free bags of compost by showing proof of residency and presenting a coupon included in CR&R's April newsletter (which was included in your bill).

Composting is the recycling of organic materials back into a useful soil product that can be used in gardens or on potted plants. It can save you money and time and can reduce your garden's watering and weeding needs. It also benefits the environment by recycling valuable organic resources and extending the life of our landfills.
 
For more information, call 949-425-2538.


Public invited to free "Shred Day" May 8

In an effort to protect residents from identity theft and provide a free public service, the City will host a document shredding and identity theft protection event on Saturday, May 8.

The City is giving community members an opportunity to have their sensitive records securely destroyed from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the parking lot of the Aliso Viejo Conference Center, 31 Santa Barbara. 

Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the nation, and shredding documents with personal or financial information can be an effective measure of prevention.

Residents and businesses can bring up to 10 standard-file boxes of paper records - canceled checks, pay stubs, credit card statements and more - that will be shredded on-site for free. The boxes of pages can contain staples and paper clips but must be free of notebooks or other bindings. Staff will also be on hand to answer questions and provide information about identity theft.

The Aliso Viejo Conference Center is located next to the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center, which opens to the public for a second spectacular season on May 1. The facilities are located off Glenwood at Golf Drive between Moulton Parkway and Aliso Creek Road. Information: www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

For more information about the May 8 event, contact Aliso Viejo City Clerk Susan Ramos at 949-425-2506 or sramos@cityofalisoviejo.com.





The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Sponsors sought for Aliso Viejo Community Cup

City of Aliso Viejo
Sponsorships available for 7th Annual Aliso Viejo Community Cup

Several sponsors are on board for the 7th Annual Aliso Viejo Community Cup - including Title Sponsor CR&R - but there's still room for more golfers to participate in the event that will benefit community teens.

The Aliso Viejo Community Cup takes place on Friday, June 4 at the Aliso Viejo Country Club, 33 Santa Barbara. The event kicks off at 11 a.m., with registration and activities starting at 9 a.m. The fun and competitive golf tournament includes a banquet, contests, activities, awards and more.  

A host of organizations have signed on to sponsor and participate in the popular tournament including Double Eagle Sponsor Pacific Life Insurance Company; Eagle Sponsor PCM; and Birdie Sponsors Doctor's Ambulance and Horowitz Group.

With a theme in step with Aliso Viejo's 2010 celebration of the Year of the Youth, "Eight-TEEN Holes of Golf," net proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Aliso Viejo Boys & Girls Club and its efforts to launch a Keystone Leadership Teen Program. The program focuses on leadership, education, career development, economic/political awareness and social recreation elements that are crucial to pointing teens into a positive direction.

The Aliso Viejo Country Club is located next to the Aliso Viejo Conference Center and Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center, which opens for another fabulous season May 1. The facilities are conveniently located off Glenwood at Golf Drive between Moulton Parkway and Aliso Creek Road.

For more information about sponsorships, contact Shannon Bernard at 949-425-2537 or sbernard@cityofalisoviejo.com.



The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.


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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Free swimming during May 1 Pool Party; Car seat class April 28

City of Aliso Viejo
Free swimming, young pop star part of Aquatic Center May 1 opening

Residents who drop by the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center on May 1 will enjoy free swimming all day and an up-and-coming singing sensation who's making waves in the music industry.

The Opening Season Pool Party at 29 Santa Barbara is from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 1. The celebration includes free entry; fun-filled games and activities for all ages; Oasis Cafe specials; and the talents of Yazzie Jay, a rising Orange County talent who is making her transition into the L.A. music scene. Yazzie, 17, is a self-taught artist, who has taught herself the piano, drums, bass, acoustic guitar and electric guitar.

With a 25-meter pool, recreation pool, splash pad and toddler wading pool, the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center quickly became the hub of activity after its premiere last year. Offering fee-based swimming programs, activities, parties and more, the facility is a popular venue for families, kids, adults, groups and organizations alike.

Guests to the Aquatic Center can enjoy recreation and lap swimming, water aerobics, pool parties, the Oasis Cafe, cabanas and lots of fun activities. The Oasis Cafe offers fresh, delicious, convenient and affordable fare. The center has locker facilities, restrooms and a patio with outdoor fireplace for lounging and relaxing with family and friends.  Season and monthly passes are available for residents who want to enjoy the facilities throughout the season.

The Aquatic Center is conveniently located at Aliso Creek Road and Glenwood Drive, next to the Aliso Viejo Conference Center.  

More planned events are on tap for the season, so be sure to visit  www.cityofalisoviejo.com/AquaticCenter for more information and sign up to the City's eNews at www.cityofalisoviejo.com. Information is also available by calling 949-425-2559.
 
See you at the pool May 1!


Families in need to receive free car seats, thanks to funding received from car seat violations

Aliso Viejo Police Services and the Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center are hosting a car seat education class, including free car seat distribution, on Wednesday, April 28 at the Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center. The class is from 9:30 a.m. to noon.  
 
The class will be conducted in Spanish and English. Parents or guardians must attend the class in order to receive a free car seat.
 
Parents or guardians enrolled in Medi-Cal, AFDC, CalOptima, or WIC, or who are without medical insurance and unable to afford a car seat are eligible to attend the class and receive a free car seat.  Proof of income eligibility and vehicle insurance is required. The child safety seats offered during the class are provided by the County of Orange Health Care Agency.
 
Pre-registration is required. To register, contact Gracie Duran at 949-425-2519.





The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Meet new head coach Wednesday; Safety tips following recent earthquake

City of Aliso Viejo
Meet Aliso Niguel's new head coach Wednesday

The City Council on Wednesday will meet Kurt Westling, the new varsity football head coach at Aliso Niguel High School.

Westling has been at Aliso Niguel since the school opened in 1993, as freshman head coach and varsity assistant. He also has coached at Saddleback, San Clemente and Capistrano Valley high schools.

The council will also receive a presentation by Milkalicious - a breastfeeding boutique in Aliso Viejo - about the benefits of breastfeeding.

The council meets at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers at 12 Journey.

The full agenda is online at www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

Safety tips following Sunday's earthquake

Following Sunday's 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Baja California, Mexico, just south of El Centro, Southern California Gas Co. (The Gas Company) is reminding customers that advance preparation is critical in getting ready for the next major earthquake.

According to The Gas Company, there were no major service interruptions to customers and its overall natural gas pipeline system was not affected by Sunday's earthquake.

The following safety tips are offered to help reduce the chance of injuries or property damage from the next quake:

Before an earthquake:

Securely strap water heaters to prevent them from moving or toppling over.  The water heater should be fastened securely to the wall studs in two places -- the upper and lower one-third of the tank -- with heavy bolts and metal straps. 

Replace semi-rigid (aluminum or copper) gas appliance connectors with approved connectors made of corrugated metal.  These are less likely to crack during an earthquake.  Connectors and water heater strapping kits are available at most hardware and home improvement stores.  

Know where the natural gas meter is located.  Gas meters are commonly located above ground next to the home on the side, front or back, but may also be in a cabinet or underground.   
Have a 12-inch or larger adjustable wrench handy to manually turn off the gas meter should it be necessary if a gas leak is suspected after an emergency.

After an earthquake:

Do not turn off the gas meter after an earthquake, unless there is a gas smell or the sound of gas escaping.  Once the gas has been turned off, it may take several days for the service to be restored, depending on the magnitude of the emergency.
If an appliance appears to have a leak, turning off the valve between the appliance and gas line may stop the leak.  If not, shut off the gas at the meter.

If there is an apparent gas leak, remain calm.  Do not light a match, candle or cigarette, and do not turn electrical devices -- not even a light switch -- on or off.  From a safe location, call 1-800-427-2200 or 1-800-342-4545 in Spanish, 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or call 911.

If a gas leak is suspected and it is safe to do so, turn the gas off at the meter.  Using an adjustable wrench, make a quarter-turn of the valve, moving it from a vertical position to a horizontal position.  This will shut off the flow of gas. (A diagram and instructions for turning off the gas meter are printed in the "Survival Guide" section of most telephone directory white pages and is also available at www.socalgas.com).

If the gas is shut off at the meter, do not turn it back on without the help of The Gas Company.   Gas service should not be restored until it has been determined that the customer's facilities, appliances or other gas equipment are safe.





The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

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Orange County Weekly REO/Foreclosure Update

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Save the date for free Shred Day May 8

City of Aliso Viejo
Public invited to free "Shred Day" May 8

In an effort to protect residents from identity theft and provide a free public service, the City will host a document shredding and identity theft protection event on Saturday, May 8.

The City is giving community members an opportunity to have their sensitive records securely destroyed from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the parking lot of the Aliso Viejo Conference Center, 31 Santa Barbara. 

Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the nation, and shredding documents with personal or financial information can be an effective measure of prevention.

Residents and businesses can bring up to 10 standard-file boxes of paper records - canceled checks, pay stubs, credit card statements and more - that will be shredded on-site for free. The boxes of pages can contain staples and paper clips but must be free of notebooks or other bindings. Staff will also be on hand to answer questions and provide information about identity theft.

The Aliso Viejo Conference Center is located next to the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center, which opens to the public for a second spectacular season on May 1. The facilities are located off Glenwood at Golf Drive between Moulton Parkway and Aliso Creek Road. Information: www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

For more information about the May 8 event, contact Aliso Viejo City Clerk Susan Ramos at 949-425-2506 or sramos@cityofalisoviejo.com.





The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  The City is also celebrating 2010 as the Year of the Youth.  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

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Free car seat for attending April 28 class

City of Aliso Viejo
Families in need to receive free car seats

Aliso Viejo Police Services and the Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center are hosting a car seat education class, including free car seat distribution, on April 28 at the Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center, 24671 Via Iglesia.

The class is from 9:30 a.m. to noon and includes a car seat inspection to check for proper installation of car seats in vehicles.
 
The class will be conducted in Spanish and English. Parents or guardians must attend the class in order to receive a free car seat.
 
Parents or guardians enrolled in Medi-Cal, AFDC, CalOptima, or WIC, or who are without medical insurance and unable to afford a car seat are eligible to attend the class and receive a free car seat.  Proof of income eligibility and vehicle insurance is required. The child safety seats offered during the class are provided by the County of Orange Health Care Agency. 

Pre-registration is required. To register, contact Gracie Duran at 949-425-2519 or gduran@cityofalisoviejo.com.




The City of Aliso Viejo, which incorporated July 1, 2001, encompasses approximately 7 square miles with nearly 48,000 residents.  The City's annual budget is roughly $30 million.  The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Valeant Pharmaceuticals; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; the Renaissance ClubSport Hotel; and Bausch and Lomb. Aliso Viejo has 23 parks, vast open space and top-notch amenities including the Aliso Viejo Ranch and the City's new Conference Center and Aquatic Center. The City of Aliso Viejo welcomes you to "Experience It All."  For more information, visit www.cityofalisoviejo.com.

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