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April Housing Report

The 2016 home buying season began in March with a 33.4% jump in sales from February among the 53 metro areas surveyed for the RE/MAX National Housing Report, which is a little better than the 31.0% seven-year average of February to March increases. March sales were also 3.6% greater than sales one year ago. So far in 2016, the average year-over-year increase in home sales has been 4.9%. The median price among the Median Sales Prices of the markets in the survey in March was $204,000, which was the same median price reported in March 2015. The inventory of homes for sale remains very tight in many markets across the country, with March seeing a level that is 13.3% lower than a year ago, the exact same difference seen in February. At the rate of home sales in March, the national Months Supply of inventory was 3.2, down from 3.7 in March 2015.

The April 2016 Housing Report infograph can be found here.

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RE/MAX Housing Report: August Prices, Sales Up

RE/MAX National Housing Report

RE/MAX 2012 Top 10 Housing Predictions With Dave Liniger

RE/MAX Chairman and Co-Founder, Dave Liniger, reveals his top 10 predictions for the U.S. real estate market for 2012.

Join Us To Help Support The Cause; Making Miracles Happen!

Join Us To Help Support The Cause.

MAY 20th, 2012

1:00PM – 4:00PM

43832 20th Street West

Lancaster, CA 93534



Ways to help:

One of the most simple ways you can help is by making a donation through PayPal today! No donation you are able to offer is too small. Visit us online and find the DONATE NOW button!

Auction Item Contributors:

The Live Auction provides a great way for companies and individuals to donate to Cure a Child in an exciting platform. All patrons receive recognition in the event program and are observed during the auction. Items valued at $250.00 or greater will be considered for the live auction and you may donate any item of your choice. If you would like to participate but don’t have the time to shop we will also accept flat donations and find the perfect item for you!

Corporate Partner:

Our Corporate Partners are featured at all Cure a Child events hosted throughout the year and across various marketing and advertising platforms.

Antelope Valley’s Annual Home & Garden Show

Antelope Valley’s Annual Home & Garden Show

Mar 16, 2012 – Mar 18, 2012 
24th Annual Home & Garden Show 

Antelope Valley Fairgrounds
Entrance Gate:

Gate 1

Time & Event Details:


RALLY, Cadillac, Buick and GMC presents the 24th Annual A.V. Fairgrounds


Admission: FREE
Parking: $5

Friday, March 16, Noon – 6pm
Saturday, March 17, 9am – 6pm
Sunday March 18, 9am – 5pm

VENDORS: Make $, Save $!

• Save 10% on Booth space fees for Home Show 2012 until Feb. 29

• Take advantage of the $200 Referral REBATE offer. For each business you refer

(that didn’t exhibit at Home Show 2011) and becomes a paid exhibitor at Home Show 2012!

• Be included in a drawing for a FREE 10’x 10’ inline booth space for Home Show 2013 when

you donate a prize ($250 value) for the 2012 Ultimate Garden Giveaway!

Call Connie at             (661) 948-6060      , ext. 123 or

DOWNLOAD Home Show 2012 Booth Space application HERE



So much to see and do!

–  FREE Tomato Plant Giveaway (One per person, while supplies last) 


– Landscaping & How-to Seminars 

– Go Kart rides 

– Llama Show      

– Pet Adoptions 

– Drawing for FREE Fair 2012 tickets & other merchandise



Contact Infomation

Connie – 661-948-6060 ext 123

The Antelope Valley; Labor, Lifestyle, & Los Angeles All Within Reach

The Antelope Valley; Labor, Lifestyle, & Los Angeles All Within Reach

The communities and local economy of the Antelope Valley are growing strong for a number of reasons, mainly affordability of housing. Antelope Valley residents enjoy a pleasing quality of life in

these family-oriented communities; there are just so many choices for recreation, shopping and dining right around the corner. It’s been said that within these communities, one may realize the American dream. Public safety, health care, transportation, education, and recreation are all important priorities within the following communities. The Antelope Valley offers a wide variety of family activities. From taking a stroll through Apollo Park, to hanging out in Downtown Lancaster.Movie theaters,shopping, weekly Farmer’s Market and Lancaster Performing Art Center are just the beginning in Downtown LancasterWhether you’re a current resident looking to relocate, or you’re looking to make the Antelope Valley your new home, you’ll find the information you need right here. Visit All Pro Agents online for more information about the communities within the Antelope Valley


The Antelope Valley in CaliforniaUnited States, is located in northern Los Angeles Countyand the southeastern portion of Kern County, California, and constitutes the western tip of theMojave Desert. It is situated between the Tehachapi and the San Gabriel Mountains

The valley was named for the pronghorn antelopes that are said to have roamed there until being eliminated by hunters and bad weather in the 1880s.The principal cities in the Antelope Valley are Palmdale and Lancaster.