January 22, 2017
News and Other Things for Harbour Vista Community Huntington Beach
updated 17 January 2017
January Maintenance Highlights
Update: Because the esitmate for repair the electrical lighting and gate exceeded the threshold for Property Management approval, the repairs cannot take place until the HOA Board meets on Monday January 23 to approve the expenditure.

Power & Light's off at Lago Gate
Residence entering Harbour Vista through the Lago gate now find that both sides of the gate are disabled and do not close. This occurred late last week (the week of January 8th). Prior to the Gate disabling, residents had complain to Action Property Management that the large globe lights were out at the entrance. After investigate of the light failures, the HOA electrician company Horizon Lighting determine that the underground cabling was bad. For safety reasons, Horizon Lighting turned off the power which also disabled the Lago gate. Residents then called the Action to complain that theLago Gate was broekn and Electronic Doors and Gates was dispatched only to discover that the power was off. Anyway to make a long story short, electrical repairs, which may require breaking concrete, is scheduled for next Tuesday (January 17th). See note above
posted 14 January 2017
January Maintenance Highlights
Power & Lights off at Lago Gate
Residence entering Harbour Vista through the Lago Gate now find that both sides of the gate are disabled and do not close. This occurred late last week (week of January 8th). Prior to the Gate disabling, residents had complain to Action Property Management that the large globe lights were out at the entrance. After investigate of the light failures, the HOA electrician company Horizon Lighting determine that the underground cabling was bad. For safety reasons, Horizon Lighting turned off the power which also disabled the Lago gate. Residents then called the Action to complain that theLago Gate was broekn and Electronic Doors and Gates was dispatched only to discover that the power was off. Anyway to make a long story short, electrical repairs, which may require breaking concrete, is scheduled for next Tuesday (January 17th). ■
posted 15 December 2016
November HOA Meeting Highlights
Rules and Guidelines Submitted

Condition of Parking Space Complaint.
The monthly HOA meeting was held November 28 the in the Cabana Club House. Members of the Board in attendance were Mike Mengel Michael Huma and Mary Williams.  Action Property Manager Peggy Shaw was also present along with eighteen homeowners present. Board members Ted LaMantia and Terry-Piper Johnson could not attend this meeting because of other commitments.
Open Forum
  • Two member complained about roof leaks. Action took notes to resolve the issues.
  • A member asked about having the HOA janitorial service sweep the walkways. The Board told the member that this will be part of the new contract starting in January.
  • A member asked about the status of the order for pool furniture. It is in the process of being ordered. Costs are less for ordering off season.
  • A member asked about the patio shades. Board Mary Williams stated that only free standing shades are allowed. The HOA does not allows any rollup or hanging shades. Discipline letters have been sent to property owners who are in violation.
  • Property owner Aimee Rosendahl brought to the attention of the Board a recent bottom floor two bedroom “For Sale” unit where a load being wall was altered between the kitchen and dinning room. No architectural request had been submitted. Nor was a City permit pulled or an inspected performed. If alterations to units are approved and city and engineer inspected, the same options would be allowed to ALL owners. All violations need to be approved or corrected by the appropriate parties to protect the association.
  • A member complained that she is going through a second set of tires on her vehicle because of the poor condition of her parking space. The Board said they have no money to go forward with repairs.
Financial Report
The HOA is still running a significant deficit in its operating funds. Mary Williams says this was due to “Common Area Maintenance”, “Litigation and Legal Fees” and “Plumbing and Slab Leak repairs”.
Committee Reports
  • Michael Huma has assumed the spokesperson position for the Landscaping Committee. He stated that he has scheduled a walk-thru of the property with landscaper and the Committee at the end of the week. He asked if anyone had any ideas for plantings in the areas where there is only mulch. It was suggested that members actually do voluntary planting and provide their own foilage. Michael Mengel said that Harbour Vista is over planted. This has created a lot of dry rot issues.
  • The Parking Committee submitted no report. The spokesperson Ray Koagel was not in attendance.
  • Mary Williams stated that she was waiting for the Board to get back to her on the "Rules and Regulations" from her committee.
  • The Architectural Committee spokesperson Michael Barto had no requests submitted this month. But as a following to the discussion“for sales” unit, he stated that he had visited this unit during an open house. Not only did he observer the partial removed load bearing wall, but speakers had been installed in the ceiling of this bottom floor unit, the heater had been removed and replaced with in-wall heaters in each room. With no permits on record, there is concern about sound proofing and heater/electrical overload. There is a major issue at Harbour Vista with “wildcat remodeling projected". Yet the HOA has not approved or issued any Architecture Guidelines as required by Davis-Sterling. Michael continued that the Architectural Committee had submitted Guidelines in May to the Board. The Board has still not approved them to be sent to HOA legal council for review. This is also true for the “Rules and Regulations”, and “Parking Rules and Regulations”
Unfinished Business
  • The Board approved sending the “Architectural Guidelines, Rules and Regulations”, and “Parking Rules and Regulations” as they stand to Action Property Managements Legal council for review. Pending any major change, these documents should be ready for approval at the December HOA meeting for distribution to the members.
  • Approval of a Fire Alarm Monitoring/Replacement Fire Panel system was again tabled. 
New Business
  • The Board discussed purchasing a new “call box” system for the three Harbour Vista electronic gates at for approximately $7000.
  • Funding for Audit and Tax Preparation was approved.
  • Humburg and Associated Wood repair proposal was tabled until they finish the current wood repair projects.
The next HOA meeting is scheduled for December 19, 2016 (tentatively).■
posted 19 November 2016
Recipe of the Month
African Sweet Potato Peanut Soup
by Eden Hommes
This recipe is delicious and filling, incorporating sweet potatoes, red lentils, and peanuts into a protein, fiber, and antioxidant-packed soup. Instead of pumpkin soup this year, celebrate the season with sweet potatoes!

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 small diced yellow onion
  • 2 cloves diced garlic
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon ginger
  • 2 lbs. yams (or orange sweet potatoes)
  • 1 cup red lentils
  • 3 chopped tomatoes
  • 2 teaspoon cumin
  • 1/2 teaspoon tumeric
  • dash of cayene pepper
  • 5 cups vegetable broth
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter (unsweetened smooth or crunchy)
  • 2-3 cups chopped kale (discard thick central stems)
Saute the onion, olive oil, garlic, and ginger. Add the yams, lentils, tomatoes, and spices. Stir in the vegetable broth and bring to a boil. Simmer on medium for 30-40 minutes until the yams and lentils are soft. Stir in peanut butter. Blend the soup with a hand-held immersion blender, or in a blender until it is mostly smooth with a few chunks. Stir in the kale and let wilt before serving. Serves 4-5. ■ Footnote: "A resident of Harbour Vista, Eden Hommes is an ER nurse with a passion for preventative medicine and natural health. She is working on a Masters degree in Holistic Nutrition, and teaches classes on Essential Oils. She can be reached at NurseInTheKitchen@hotmail.com."
posted 16 December 2016
Dinning Around Harbour Vista
MAMA’s on 39,
“classic comfort cooking”

by Jim Gregg
Mama’s 39 restaurant & bar was a unique experience for this official connoisseur of American eatery. Mama’s 39 is not your everyday common restaurant, but a sophisticated dabbler into unknown reaches of the human taste pallet. This place is located in a small strip mall at the corner of Beach Blvd. near Atlantic Ave. doesn’t appear from the outside to be anything special with their sign that reads simply Mama’s 39, but inside is a different matter!
Chicken Club Sandwich
This first time customer selected the Mama’s chicken club sandwich with shoestring fries and also the Boston BBQ burger was our other choice. My club sandwich was the best I ever had! My first bite, I nearly jumped out of my chair! I never tasted a club sandwich as good before. Fokes, it was that good! It was big! I could only eat half of it! The rest I took home with me, and the next day, and I STILL had a great sandwich!
BBQ Burger
The BBQ burger was juicy and well-seasoned, making it a super tasty experience, and their homemade potato chips have to be personally tried to be believed! I’m eyeing the menu for future possible selections that I will explore on my return visit, for sure!
Highly Recommend
My trip to Mama’s 39 restaurant was a great lunch, and this is one place that I highly recommend. They get 4 stars in all categories! Mama’s 39 has a two story ceiling giving it a airy feeling, it’s not a stuffy place! Mama’s proudly boast of her wide selection of spirited version of cocktail drinks. The servers are friendly and happy to serve you with quick service! to be forwarded to Legal Council for review. ■
21022 Beach Boulevard
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Phone: 714-374-1166
Web: http://www.mamason39.com
Mon-Thr 8:30am - 9pm
Fri, Sat, Sun 8:30am-10pm
posted 16 December 2016
Architectural Committees Meeting Highlights
White Windows/Balcony Doors Approved
Future Architectural Guidelines
The Architecture Committee held an open meeting on December 7th in the Cabana Clubhouse. Three Committee members were present: Michael Barto, Terri Piper Johnson and Brenda Richardson. One HOA member Aimee Rosendahl also was in attendance.
White Vinyl Retrofit Approval
The Committee vote unanimously to approve two architectural requests for the installation of white vinyl retrofit windows and balcony doors in two units in the 16521 Grunion building.
Future Architectural Guidelines
The remainder of the meeting was an exploratory discussion of additions or updates to the Architectural Guidelines for its revision. The current Guidelines were finally approved and sent to Action Property Management legal counsel at the November Board Meeting. The guidelines will probably be approved at the December HOA meeting.This discussion does not affect those approved rules. But Davis-Sterling Act requires review of the architectural guidelines once a year. This discussion was to fulfill this future requirement for Board aproval and to be forwarded to Legal Counsel for review..
No Speakers in Ceilings
At recent open house of a unit for sell revealed that the homeowner had installed speakers in the ceiling of a bottom floor unit. Though this may be allowable for top floor units where there is no-one above you, it was suggested at the meeting that a prohibition on such installation be added to the future guidelines. Also any type of in-wall speaker system install in any internal shared wall between units should be prohibited. Any outside wall or non-shared internal wall speakers installation should be reviewed by the Architectural Committee.
Awning Standard
The Committee discussed some preliminary standards for Awnings such as color and type. The idea for bottom, middle and top floors need to be defined.
A review of the current shade restrictions need to be more clearly defined and revised. Right now, the HOA only allows free standing shades and prohibits any attachment to the balcony. If awnings are going to be acceptable that attach to the balconies, then attachment standard need to be defined as well as type and color.
Balcony Responsible Change
Aimee Rosendahl brought to the attention of the Committee the new David-Sterling law going into effect at the beginning of the year (AB963) will basically, turned the responsibility of maintaining exclusive use common areas over to the homeowner. In Harbour Vista case this will be the balconies. Repair of units balconies at Harbor Vista are has always been funded by the HOA. But many homeowners might prefer to repair their balconies at their expense using more durable materials. This has already been done by some homeowners. Terri Piper Johnson expressed that if we turn the responsibility of the balcony maintenance over to the homeowners that HOA must make sure that they are turned over in good condition.
Front Doors
Utility Doors
Front doors are all over the place at Harbour Vista. The HOA even installed its own non-compliant door a couple of years ago from police action. It was pointed out for the 3 bedroom units, front doors cannot be seem from the outside. Two bedroom units have their doors covered by elevator shares or stairwell. A one bedroom from front door is hidden in a hallways. Many doors are covered by screen and cannot be seen anyway.
Utility Doors
Guidelines for utility doors for the balcony storage closet is not constantly defined or enforced. Several members have received complaints about their utility doors on balconies from the HOA because of color or not the property flat door. But these non-compliant doors were there when the homeowner purchase the unit and have existed for years. There are also many variations of beige.
No Conclusions
No conclusions were reached at the meeting. The Architectural Committee only wanted to develop ideas for future guidelines. All HOA members are welcome to provide input or ideas. The spokesperson email is mbarto@logiqwest.com. You can also text or call him on his cell phone at 714-883-1949.
Request for New Member
Because Aimee Rosendahl has been so instrumental in the development of the “shortly-to-be-released” HOA architectural guidelines and has significant construction knowledge and experiences, the spokesperson Michael Barto wants to recommend that she be appointed to the Architectural Committee. Michael said he would propose this at the next HOA meeting in December .■
posted 26 December 2016
Featured Article

by Aimee Rosendahl
This is part 2 of how our HOA has destroyed our lives. Our HOA has a judgement against us for approximately $100k for just legal fees. No damages. They placed a lien on our Unit. The reason for the judgement is “We did not ask for permission”. For the last 6 months the HOA has been trying to collect its judgement by forcing us to sell our condo. We have been forced to file bankruptcy. I write this article as a warning to other homeowners to not stumble into this predicament.

This story will be broken down into four parts. The first part was published last month. See
"Part1: Starting Our Remodeling".This is the second part.
Part II: Trying To Work with Everyone
As we mentioned in Part 1, we had just finished the demolition stage of our remodeling, had stripped out the flooring and the old appliances, and reinforced the structure before removing an interior wall, when the City placed a stop work order on our door. We needed to obtain City permits. A couple of days later, the HOA Board sent a Cease and Desist letter until an Architectural Application was received.  It was a generic letter so we assumed it was just protocol.
What We Needed To Do
We have two things to do: The first was to resolve the concerns with the the City by obtaining the proper building permits and inspections. The second was to comply with the HOA and submit an Architectural Request which required neighbor signatures. We apologized to the Board and submitted our Architectural Application within days.  That seemed the easy part, but the city would prove to be more challenging.
Meeting the City Requirements
The City required that we hire a State Licensed Architect and have certified drawings submitted. Because the plans showed removal of  a “load bearing wall”, the City also requested that our plans be signed off and calculated by a Licensed State Engineer. We submitted these documents to the City Planning department and two months later, we received approvals to go forward.
Working with the City
Because we had already started construction, the City sent out three City Inspectors to review our work and inform us of what we needed to do to continue.  With new recessed lighting and electrical for an island cooktop, we had to immediately upgrade the electrical panel to add more circuits. Because Harbour Vista's electrical is old, only 70 amps could be run to the unit from the main breakers. This made it imperative that we use energy efficient appliances and lighting (LED’s). New code requires low energy and water consumption installations. 
Meet Current Interior Building Code
The City stated that as long as all changes were accomplished inside the unit and met building code for structural, electrical, sound proofing and so forth  and did not affect the outside of the unit, there would be no problem in going forward.  We had to pay additional fees with the City for starting without permits. 
Trying to Work with the HOA
This was not true with the HOA. The Architectural Request that we had submitted on December 13th 2014 was denied on January 5th 2015.  The Board was silent in December and there was no official Architectural Committee at the time.  Must be a misunderstanding right, how could we be denied?  So we filed an Appeal for the January meeting and ironically enough, the spokesperson for the Architectural Meeting was appointed the same night as our Appeal. We pointed out a few sections in the CC&Rs that allowed us to do what we were doing and would help the Board grant us permission to continue. A week after the Appeal we received a letter from legal counsel stating:
“although the CC&Rs provide the Board with authority to approve certain structural alterations if specific conditions are met, the current Board does not have a history of approving these types of modifications nor is it required to do so." AND ..." do not send any further communication to any of the Board Members."
Original Condition?
The Board wanted us to return everything to its "Original Condition" and then get permission.  No-one had any idea on what was going on except for the City. We had already upgraded our electrical panel and installed shut off valves to all our interior plumbing.  We even asked for a water shut off with no questions asked at the Board meeting in November 2014 long before this nightmare started.  Also due to new building codes, the City would not let us downgrade any of the installation. There obviously was some confusion here.  So we proposed to meet in the unit with the Board and the City inspector
The HOA Walk Thru
In early April, we had a walk thru with HOA President Gayle Poytner, Peggy Shaw from Action and a renter designated by the HOA as “trusted advisor" Bill McCord. The City inspector stated to this group that everything was structurally sound and the City was monitoring the construction to make sure it met
Aimee Rosendahl meeting with City Inspector
building codes and was safe. The “trusted advisor” did not think it was that bad, but the President was furious that we had not returned it to its original condition in less than two month after their rejection. We discovered later that the “trusted advisor” was a former HOA President in 2004 when major the remodeling was accomplished to the unit across the street whose whose plan we were altering. He was actually this owners personal friend. In this unit they even added two bedrooms in the attic space. But no permits were ever pulled or any City inspection.
No Interior Rights?
Everything in our unit was up to City code which exceeds the State requirements. Huntington Beach has its own more strict code requirements). We thought as homeowners that we could make changes to our units interiors.

But according to the HOA President, we only own the air in the unit. Of course there are exclusive use common areas between units, but if common sense prevails and respect for any HOA rules for remodeling are applied then there should be no problem.
No Architectural Guidelines
If you are somewhat confused, understand that our HOA has never published any Architectural Guidelines (Civil Code §4765). There is a vague reference in the CC&R’s that the HOA has the authority to approve remodeling projects, but there is nothing in any HOA documents for:
  • sound proofing when flooring is changed
  • installing recessed lights
  • modifying non-weight bearing walls
  • changing water wasting bathtubs to shower pans and raising low shower heads
  • converting the attic space to a loft.
Published Architectural Guidelines updated once a year is a requirement of the Davis-Sterling Act which makes our HOA in violation of this Civic Code. Permission is difficult to grant when no-one knows what they are doing or what they have authority to do.
Our Original Plan
Originally we had wanted to use the attic space as additional living, but the City of Huntington Beach told us that there were strict requirements for converting this area into bedrooms. We did not want to do anything that was in violation of any building codes. Many of the upstairs 3 bedroom units we discovered were already using their attic space illegally. Our Realtor even bragged about the conversions he had seen. But we did NOT have to use the attic space at this point, we just wanted to continue everything that the City had granted us permission, so we could move in.
Threatening Restraining Order
Days after the unsuccessful walk through to get things resolved, we received a letter from the Attorney threatening a Temporary Restraining Order if we did not Cease & Desist. His letter asked us to sign a form giving up our rights to continue construction. What are we suppose to do?  This is absurd.  So we asked to meet with the Board and Attorney to go over any questions or concerns and finally get to the bottom of everything.  We were already facing a foreclosure on our home in Laguna Niguel.  We were not able to do a short sale anymore since we had nowhere to move.
Another Meeting
We brought everything with us to the EXECUTIVE meeting in April with the Attorney and Action. We were convinced when we left that this nightmare would finally be put to rest. We were asked to submit everything we had (plans, engineering study, city permits, our architectural request form with the neighbors signatures). But as a side note, the Board also asked us to provide our knowledge of the other units that had made changes and did not have permits. We thought the Board should be working with owners, not against them. So we sent everything to Action on April 30th except the other unit’s information. We expected the Board to get back to us fairly quickly as they had promised.
The Nightmare Begins
The first Monday of May while we were working in our unit after requesting a final water shut off, we were served legal papers. The HOA attorney had filed an Ex-parte Notice with the Court. (a rush appearance before a judge because of a safety issue, danger or need or immediate attention)  At the hearing, the judge did not request us to stop our construction, instead he wanted the parties to come together and figure things out.
Our Attorney
Though we did not want to sue the association, we did hire an attorney to help us. We were charged $10,000 for representation (we took every dime from our savings). Without even taking the time to meet with us prior to our new court date, our Attorney got every part of our case wrong. He did apologize to the court for not knowing that the condo was uninhabitable and stating that we were actually living there even though we were not. And then he just left us hanging. He did not even know we had permits from the City. So now what? We can use time and money we don't have to try and go after "our attorney" or we can use everything we have to prepare for the trial in February 2016 and pray that somewhere before then common sense is applied. ■

In Part 3, Harbour Vista will get a new Board through a very strange election. We start over explaining to this new Board what is going on. A judge agrees to let us continue work. We have a settlement conference. A newly discovered non existent safety issue appears. We go trail and and watch as the HOA spent $100,000 of member's money because we did not ask for permission.
Editor Note: There are always two sides to every story. The HOA may have another side. Harbour Vista News welcomes their comments on Aimee's Article and we will be more than willing to publish them.
Current News (click links)
Renter's Corner (01/22/17)
January 23 HOA Meeting Agenda (01/22/17)
Real Estate Update (01/18/17)
January Maintennce (01/17/17)
Part 2-Tyring to Work Together (12/26/16)
Architectural Committee Hightlights (12/16/16)
Dinning:Little Mamas39 (12/16/16)
HOA Highlites (12/15/16)
November's Recipe (11/19/16))
Cleanup After Yourself (09/29/16)
FYI: Nextdoor (12/26/16)
Notification: The fireplaces in each Harbour Vista Condo are not designed to burn wood, paper or any other combustible material. Only "gas logs" are allowed to burn in fireplaces. Burning other material such as pressed logs or wood in these fireplaces is NOT allowed and can create a fire hazards to the complex.
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Vice President
Terri Piper-Johnson
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Mihai (Mike) Huma
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posted 26 December 2016
Private Social Media Site
For Harbour Vista
Nextdoor is a private social network for our neighborhood. Neighbors register by their location (street name) and then become part of group. For Harbour Vista residents, our group is called Harbour Pines. There is no charge to be a member. To start go to (https://nextdoor.com/), you will find and meet your neighbors there.■
Upcoming HOA Meeting Schedules
(subject to change without notice)
Date Location Time Agenda
Cabana Clubhouse 6:30PM
    The Board of Directors will hold an Executive Session on January 23, 2016, immediately following this meeting, to discuss matters related to member discipline and collections.
    Open Forum and Board Meeting Conduct
    The items on the Consent Calendar are routine or items that have been discussed with the Board, approved verbally or electronically, and action taken, and the motion is stated in order to incorporate the action into the Association's corporate documents.
    1. Approval of the Regular Board Meeting Minutes of November 28, 2016.
    2. Acceptance of the Financial Statement for the period ending November 30, 2016.
    3. Acceptance of the Financial Statement for the period ending December 31, 2016.
    1. Architectural Committee
    2. Landscaping Committee
    3. Parking Committee
    1. New Call Boxes Proposals
    1. Bemus Lanscaping Proposal - Enhancements, Irrigation Repairs
    2. Insurance Claim
    3. Island Pacific Proprosal - 4861 Lago - Garage #89 Leak
    4. Island Pacific Proposal - 16542 BlaCKBEARD #305 - Roof leak
    5. Approval of 2017 Annual Maintenance Calendar
    6. Investments
    7. Costco Business Mewmbership - Discussion
    8. Delinquency Report/Liens
  9. SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING (January 23, 2017)
January 23, 2016 at 7:30 PM
    1. Approval of Executive Session Minutes dated November 28, 2017.
    2. Member Discipline
    3. Delinquency Review
    4. 3rd Party Contracts
27 February
Cabana Clubhouse 6:30PM
February 27, 2017

February 27, 2017 at 7:30 PM
Real Estate Summary
(as of January 18, 2017)
Active Real Estate Listing
Address Type Asking
4831 Lago Drive #103 2BD/2BA $295,000
Active/Under Contract
Address Type Information
4971 Lago Drive #102 3BD/2BA $299,000 (back on market) (1/10)
Address Type Information
16512 Blackbeard Lane #205 1BD/1BA $196,300 (1/17)
Address Type Information
4852 Cabana Drive #106 2BD/2BA $488,000 (1/17)
Closed Sales 2016
Address Type Closed
16542 Blackbeard Lane #100 3BD/2BA $230,000 (1/17)
4861 Lago Drive #200 3BD/2BA $292,000
4861 Lago Drive #104 1BD/1BA $218,900
16512 Blackbeard Lane #105 1BD/1BA $180,000 (8/1/16)
4861 Lago Drive #203 3BD/2BA $296,000 (8/1/16)(private sale)
16512 Blackbeard Lane #101 3BD/2BA $312,750 (7/30/16)
4831 Lago Drive #201 3BD/2BA $291,000 (7/6/16)
4852 Cabana Drive #206 2BD/2BA $265,000 (7/1/16)
16512 Blackbeard Lane #106 1BD/1BA $229,500 (5/26/16)
16551 Grunion Lane #205 2BD/2BA $264,000 (04/12/16)
4861 Lago Drive #304 1BD/1BA $220,000 (04/07/16)
16521 Grunion Lane #204 2BD/2BA $270,000 (3/31/16)
16521 Grunion Lane #304 2BD/2BA $260,000 (3/18/16)
16521 Grunion Lane #105 2BD/2BA $283,000 (2/25/16)
16512 Blackbeard Lane #106 1BD/1BA $177,500 (1/19/16)

Note: An up green tick () means sold for more than asking price.
A down red tick ( ) means sold for less than asking price.
For sale, available to show, with no accepted offer.
Active/Under Contract indicates that the property has a binding contract and is in escrow, but they are still soliciting backup offers due to the Buyer still having the ability to cancel. A contingent offer is accepted and in escrow, but buyer retains contingencies to cancel, and the Seller is inviting "Backup" offers. The price shown is the list price, not necessarily the contract price.
Buyer has removed all contingencies, and the escrow is in final closing stages. The price shown is the list price, not necessarily the contract price.
The property has been removed from marketing, but a listing contract is unexpired, and still binding on the seller.
The listing is available for sale, but the property cannot currently be shown, usually for temporary convenience factors.
The following rental information was provided (22 January 2017)
Address Type Price Info/Ref
4791 Lago Dr #305 1BD/1BA $1850/mon 714-960-4441
16521 Grunion Ln #305 3BD/2BA $2700/mon Paul Bontempo
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