My Top 6 Favorite Real Estate Themed Movies

Hi blog readers!  I thought I would have some fun with FB and IG this week and posted my Top 6 Favorite Real Estate Themed movies!  If you missed it – here’s the run down – I would love to find out what your favorite Real Estate Themed movies are!

I’ve listed them from Like to Love.  Can you guess my line up?

Number 6

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The Money Pit – 1986

Tom Hanks, Shelley Long – Directed by Richard Benjamin.  Written by David Giler.

This was an easy choice, buyer beware!  A classic, worth a good laugh and some consideration if you’re looking at fixer uppers.

Number 5

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Back to the Future 2 – 1985

Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson – Directed by Robert Zemeckis.  Written by Robert Zemeckis, Baby Gale

The reason I selected this classic time travel tale is for the exact moment Marty is standing at the Lyon Estates Entrance and his street is still farmland.  That sparked my love of history and real estate and as a little girl, I started looking into the history of San Carlos – which started off just like that.  Stay tuned for my History of San Carlos bit coming soon!

Number 4

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Field of Dreams  – 1989

Kevin “Dances with Wolves” Costner, James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta – Directed by Phil Alden Robinson – Written by W.P. Kinsella and Phil Alden Robinson

I had to choose this movie – as in the options when you are a homeowner – as in – you turn your cornfield into a Field of Dreams.  The message is clear, homeownership allows for your dreams to come true – whatever they may be.  Super cheesy – however I just love Kevin Costner and baseball so I had to pick this!

Number 3

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Home Alone  – 1990

Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci – Directed by Chris Columbus – Written by John Hughes

Now, this is one of my childhood favorite holiday movies but what I really fell in love with was the house.  Did you know the entire home was decorated in Christmas colors – red, green and white?  That beautiful colonial home will always be Christmas to me.

Number 2

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Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House – 1948

Cary Grand and Myrna Loy – Directed by H.C. Potter – Written by Eric Hodgins, Norman Panama

A true classic film starting Cary Grant (swoon) and Myrna Loy (Gorgeous).  I love every aspect of this film.  Each headache Mr. Blandings experiences is as true today as then.  A great movie just to laugh through your own remodel.

Number 1

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Under the Tuscan Sun – 2003

Diane Lane and Raoul Bova Realtor Vincent Riotta  – Directed by Audrey Wells  – Written by  Frances Mayes, Audrey Wells

First I love Diane Lane.  Who doesn’t.  She is divine in this role and so is Bramasole.  Another home that just beckons to me.  But Martini, the Realtor played by Vincent Riotta is just perfection.  The whole movie is a feel good moment.  I love the theme of turning a house into a home, and again how dreams really do come true.

Thank you for following my favorite Real Estate themed films.

What are some of yours?

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1st Installment of your Proprety Tax Is Due 11.1.18

A friendly reminder that the 1st Installment of Your Property Tax is due Nov 1.   You should have received your property tax bill by now.  Most property tax 1st installment are due by 11.1  and will be delinquent December.
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Co-living has Become a Hot Real Estate Trend

By Lee Nelson

Properties offering a communal lifestyle with luxury amenities are attracting residents from around the world. Learn how to break into this growing residential niche.
Jonathan Restivo travels the world as a consultant in telecom development for Empire Blue Real Estate, and because of that, he no longer pays for a permanent home. He found an ad on Instagram for Roam, a co-living residential concept expanding in many parts of the globe. So far, he’s enjoyed stays in Roam’s London, Tokyo, San Francisco, and Bali properties. “I felt I needed to open myself up to meeting new, similarly-situated people, or else the whole experience would get pretty lonely,” says Restivo, 32.

People who choose co-living buildings pay rent for a private bedroom (sometimes with an en-suite bathroom) but share common spaces, such as kitchens, living rooms, or lounge-type spaces. These types of residences are mostly in big cities—where relocating renters may not know anyone—so the benefit of this living arrangement is an instant community and planned social activities for the building. Most co-living properties offer temporary leases. “With the right blend of people, the community aspect is really cool, and I’ve met some incredible people who are now friends,” Restivo says.

Co-living is getting noticed as one of the biggest trends in real estate throughout the world. It’s a new way of living in the 21st century, even though it’s a lifestyle that existed for generations. Now a surge of real estate developers and companies are seeing more opportunity in this growing movement.

Co-living in Action

In Chicago, one property making a splash is QUARTERS, located in the Fulton Market district of the busy West Loop neighborhood, right across from McDonald’s international headquarters and Google. The building offers 175 beds, which were already 80 percent occupied by the June 2018 grand opening. “It’s not Airbnb. It’s a place to live. It brings people together,” says Steve Caton, broker and co-owner of Caton Commercial Real Estate Group in Naperville, Ill., which operates QUARTERS.

Caton joined forces with Medici Living Group, the world’s largest co-living provider—which has had great success in Europe and New York—to open QUARTERS. “My father, Bill Caton, had been pushing for years to get into global business,” says Caton. “It’s growing worldwide, and it disrupts the residential marketplace by allowing shorter-term leases and being flexible. It’s a whole new class of residential real estate.”

The costs of co-living are typically 20 percent to 25 percent less per month than standard rentals, Caton explains. The bedroom is fully furnished and includes all utilities. Renters even receive sheets, towels, maid service, and free internet. Some companies entice new residents with chef-grade kitchens, swimming pools, pool tables, gyms, maker’s workshops, recording studios, and movie screening rooms.
But the flexibility that co-living properties offer is usually what wins over tenants. Once they are part of the co-living community, renters can change locations. For instance, QUARTERS requires a three-month commitment, then you can jet off to New York and other destinations where their facilities are located.
“Building a large footprint in Chicago and throughout the nation is a priority,” says QUARTERS CEO Gunder Schmidt. “In Chicago, we want to grow to 10,000 beds. Across the country, we are looking at key cities like Denver, San Francisco, L.A., Miami, and Detroit for expansion in the next 12 to 24 months.”
Meeting Market Demand
Many real estate companies are realizing that the self-employed, roaming entrepreneurs of today want to live a fulfilling life without paying astronomical prices. They want to be part of something bigger than themselves and feel a community presence.
Daisy Onubogu, Roam’s global head of community, advises real estate company leaders who are considering getting into the co-living industry to first figure out the target market in their area. “Co-living is filling a gap in the rental market because young people are becoming more mobile and want to live in the urban areas,” says Onubogu. But it’s a misconception that all co-living residents are single freelancers in their twenties. Roam assists artists, corporate professionals, consultants, retirees, bakers, lawyers, and even race car drivers.
Once you understand your target market, you need to build the experience that the market demands. Make sure you have a diverse and representative product team so that when they are making decisions on what your space and living experience will look like, they don’t end up missing the mark, Onubogu says.
Roam is committed to building a space so ideally calibrated that even the pickiest of people will enjoy it. This means thinking about how every aspect of the design impacts the user experience—from ensuring privacy in en-suite bathrooms to the building’s lightbulbs and the copywriting for the events newsletter. “It’s hard work, but seeing it pay off makes us so glad we chose to do it this way,” Onubogu says.
Is Your Market Ready for Co-Living?
Become the local expert and learn everything you can about co-living if you want to be competitive in this real estate niche, Caton says. “Co-living is so new in the United States that it gives any broker a chance to get in and be an expert. Developers and cities are looking for solutions,” he explains.
Don’t try to put the project together on your own. Visit co-living facilities already operating in the United States and afar, Caton recommends. “If you know the story behind it and talk with those living there, then you’ll know how to sell it,” he says. Co-living companies are popping up all over the world with names such as Common, Ollie, WeLive by WeWork, Nomad House, Unsettled, and Outside. You can find them now or coming soon to cities such as Washington, D.C.; Cincinnati; Austin, Texas; Miami; Portland, Ore.; Pittsburgh; Jersey City, N.J.; Boston; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Sacramento, Calif.; Nashville, Tenn.; and San Diego.
Every co-living development and company offers something different. Some properties are creating spaces just for female renters, while others are offering co-working spaces along with co-living areas. Most of the time, everything from toilet paper to weekly maid service are included in the price. But some places go way beyond, with amenities such as language schools, surf camps, yoga decks, hammocks, photography classes, and fitness centers.
The Gallery on Wells in Chicago just began the first chef-in-residence program to enhance its co-living offerings. The chef, Tyler Houston, is a sous chef at a restaurant next door, and he shares his expertise with residents in return for a free year of rent. In a survey, the residents had interest in grilling classes, outings to a farmers market, wine pairings, and seasoning lessons. Magellan Development Group and Mac Management began the artist-in-residence program at its Chicago and Nashville properties.
Finding the Right Location
Build and retain good relationships with developers who can help you find the right neighborhoods for co-living buildings. Caton strives to position QUARTERS in desirable neighborhoods with restaurants and other amenities nearby. Many co-living developers also are finding unique buildings for co-living purposes. For instance, Roam renovated the former arch bishop mansion for its San Francisco location.
Starcity, another player in the co-living market, identifies underutilized multifamily properties, hotels, and office or commercial buildings to develop into co-living homes, says company spokesperson Erin First. This strategy helps add to a city’s housing stock without displacing a community’s longtime residents. “On average, Starcity is able to deliver three times more housing than a typical apartment development,” First says.
Starcity is a full-stack real estate development, meaning the company identifies, acquires, develops, and manages their communities, First says. The company, which launched in 2016, locates its co-living communities near major transit hubs so that tenants can live in the city center and get around easily.
“Large urban centers are often very isolating environments,” Onubogu says. “People move only to discover an environment so vast and fast-paced that it can be difficult to find a tribe and that sense of belonging.”
By virtue of being a shared living space, a co-living property will help your brand build a tightknit community—even in the business of cities.
I read this here: Realtor Magazine

 

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We have 5 Stars on YELP

And it feels so good!  Thank you Kenny – who in his own right is an amazing lender – for this wonderful Yelp Review.  Really made our day!

The Caton Team works by referral only.  Our worth ethic and our integrity speaks for itself.  Thank you Kenny for taking the time to leave us such a glowing review.

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Got Questions – The Caton Team is here to help.

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The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the upmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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The Importance of your Home Owners Insurance

In light of the home fire in San Carlos this weekend, my Monday Market Update video on Instagram and Facebook reminds us of the importance of Home Owners Insurance – also known as Fire Insurance. 

Please note, Flood and Earthquake insurance are entirely different and not part of today’s topic.

If you’ve ever bought a home with a home loan, you have Home Owners Insurance.  However, did you know that as time goes by, as you update your home, as you buy a better computers, maybe a new wedding ring, or upgrade to new appliances, your policy may fall short?  All that is your home and all that is inside your home falls under your Home Owners Insurance and should something happen – you want and need to ensure you are properly covered.  In light of the Santa Rosa fires – this topic should be top of mind.  Fire is one thing, we know it will consume everything in sight.  But the fire isn’t the only damage.  Imagine a small attic fire – you think – that’s ok my furniture wasn’t burned.  Did you consider what it takes to put out a fire?  How to get to the fire?  Sometimes the water damage in putting out the fire is worse than the fire itself.  Nonetheless it is imperative to make sure you are properly covered. 

Now, right now, this week, is a great time to call your Insurance Agent and set a revaluation appointment to go over your policy together.  Chances are, your home has changed since the day you bought it.  Don’t forget to speak to your Insurance rep about CODE UPGRADE.  Especially if you bought your home several years ago.  Adding the code upgrade to your policy can and will make all the difference if you are impacted by a fire or other home damage.  Chances are the policy in place is to rebuild the home to – let’s say –  to 1960’s standards but your home has been updated, you want and need to build your same home by today’s standards and costs – so that means you need a Code Upgrade on your policy.

Take some time to document your personal items of value.  Jewelry, computers, antiques, collectables, your furniture, clothes, kitchen cabinets, granite counters, name brand –  top of the line appliances, these all cost money to replace.  Gather as much information as you can so you can get the proper coverage.  A little extra work today can make all the difference should something happen tomorrow.

The Caton Team – we are Realtors and cannot give any advice beyond Real Estate.  This blog post is meant as a gentle reminder to call your Insurance provider directly and set a revaluation appointment as soon as possible. 

Oh – on that note, you do NOT have to be a home owner to insure your personal property.  Renters Insurance is just as important and covers the TENANTS personal belogings.  You can’t rely on the Landlords Insurance to make you whole – what if they are under insured?  Protect yourself and your life – get home and/or renters insurnace.

Got Questions – The Caton Team is here to help.

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The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the upmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

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How Smart are Your Sprinklers?

Being a born and raised California – water conservation and landscaping is an important topic for homeowners.  Enjoy this article I found.

 

You’re all alone at home when you hear it. Sh-sh-sh-sh-sh-sh-shhhhhhhh… and it seems to be coming from outside. You look around, very puzzled and a little afraid, then it comes again sh-sh-sh-sh-sh-sh-shhhhhhhh.
Oh! It dawns on you suddenly. “Alexa, turn the sprinklers off.”
Smart devices are popping up everywhere, even on your front lawn. And while many seem kind of silly, like voice controlled outlets, others, like smart sprinklers are very likely the smart device you never realized you needed.
The Basics of Smart Sprinklers
Sprinklers have been becoming increasingly smarter over the years, but those standard sprinkler systems still can’t hold a candle to a smart sprinkler. These babies are so efficient that in research studies, they’ve been able to save up to 70 percent of the water a traditional sprinkler will use. That’s not just good for the environment, your driveway and your neighbor’s cat, it’s great for your pocketbook.
Smart and Not As Smart Sprinklers
There are two different types of smart sprinklers on the market right now. The main difference is in how they determine when they need to be running (if you let them do their thing instead of programming them directly). Those are:
Sensor-based. This type of sprinkler relies on one of several types of soil moisture sensors to figure out just how wet the soil is. When it’s wet enough, the sprinkler stops. They can either check the sensor on a schedule, watering or not watering depending on the moisture, or they run automatically when the moisture in the soil is out of a programmed range.
The down side to sensor-based sprinklers is that they can literally only measure the moisture around the sensor. If your lot is uneven or unusual, these may not really do much for you and could end up wasting a lot of water.
Weather-based. Also known as a signal-based or evapotranspiration controller, these controllers are actively scanning for weather reports so they can adjust the amount of water they let loose on your lawn. Some systems also consider historical data for your region, others collect on-site weather information to make the most accurate calculations.
Weather-based smart sprinklers are amazing, there are no two ways about it. But they can also get very expensive very quickly. That being said, over the long term, they’ll save you more money because of the increased precision, but if you’re not willing or able to let the computer take control, these are not for you.
For Extra Bang, Add a Flow Meter
Some smart sprinkler systems can be fitted with an optional flow meter, which can prove to be a huge help down the road. You can use a flow meter to measure the amount of water that your sprinklers are putting out, but generally, your smart sprinkler can also do that. What they can’t do is tell you if the pressure is too high or too low, indicating a problem in the system.
For a lot of systems, the optional flow meter is a less than $50 upgrade. When compared to the water bill a broken sprinkler line could cost you, it’s not much in the way of an investment.
Smart Sprinklers May Be Covered By Utility Rebates
Although they can be a pricey initial purchase, the cost of a smart sprinkler system will often be rebated to you by your water utility. Because of the amount of water saved and the run-off that’s eliminated, more and more utilities and municipalities are issuing rebates for these smart devices.
Check with your utility company and the EPA’s WaterSense site to determine which devices are covered in your area.
I found this article here: HomeKeeper

 

Got Questions – The Caton Team is here to help.

We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the upmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Email Sabrina & Susan at: Info@TheCatonTeam.com

Call us at: 650-568-5522 Office: 650-365-9200

The Caton Team – Susan & Sabrina
A Family of Realtors
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Thanks for reading – Sabrina

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