Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2016 Novato Home Sales Report) Pacific Union | Top Agent

April 22, 2016

 April 2016 Novato Home Sales Report | Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update. Novato home sales numbers in March 2016 were fairly good, falling in at 36 sales of single family homes (up from 30 in Febraury 2016). March is typically not considered a strong month of the year for home sale closings. As noted in prior months’ reports, appreciation of home values in Novato (and throughout the North Bay) continue on an upward trend with many homes having now shifted into the higher price brackets. Indeed, this phenomenon has required me to adjust my monthly report pricing analyses throughout Marin County. Overall, in Novato, the 36 trades sold at an average price per foot of $437. Likewise, Novato’s upper tier / luxury home market (homes over $1 million) has grown considerably over the past year. We are finding more and more buyers feel the “bang for the buck” in driving an extra 10 minutes from Sir Francis Drake is worth it, along with longtime Marin residents selling their multimillion dollar homes in Southern Marin and transferring their tax base to a newer home in Novato. We also continue to see numerous sales conducted privately, outside of the MLS, via netorking groups such as the Top Agent Network (top 10% of agents) and the Marin Platinum Group (Top 1% of agents). It is believed that approximately 10-15% of homes are sold without ever hitting the market. Indeed, I sold several homes privately in 2015 and have seen this trend continue into 2016.

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The average sale price for Novato homes in March 2016 was $925K . Novato (especially Southern Novato) has unquestionably started off 2016 as one of Marin County’s hottest markets.

Overall, Novato real estate sales in March 2016 averaged 61 days on market, were about 2,273 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $437 per sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., the number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is currently just over 1-month. This reflects an extremely tight market —  balanced markets have 6 months worth of inventory.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands (note that due to increasing sales prices, I have eliminated the “under $500,000″ price band as few homes are sold for less than that amount):
■ 64% of homes priced under $750,000;
■ 59% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■ 58% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 36 Novato, CA homes that sold in March 2016:
■ 10 homes sold under $750,000;
■ 13 homes sold from $751,00 to $1 million; and
■ 13 homes sold for $1 million and up.

Single family homes in Rudnick Estates (a brand new home development), Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, Hamilton Field, and Bel Marin Keys elicited the highest numbers of calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), Top Agent (member), Marin Platinum Group (member) with Christie’s International | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Note: I specialize in off-market sales of luxury homes in Marin County . If you appreciate discretion and want the BEST result, call me to discuss your situation.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2014 Novato Home Sales Report)

April 19, 2014

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2014 Novato Home Sales Report). Novato, CA., experienced 39 single family home sales in March 2014. Given the incredibly low level of inventory, this is a very strong number (I will address the absorption rate below). Buyers continue to snap up desirable homes with very strong terms. Offers on well priced homes are made quickly and decisively. The average sale price was $737K in in March 2014. Novato’s luxury sector (defined as listings over $1 million) continued its impressive performance with 4 sales. Currently, there are 18 homes in Novato under contract with a list price over $1 million (56% of such homes are in escrow).

My advice to sellers remains the same — “Get your house on the market immediately!” CALL ME if you are thinking of selling. My systems can get you on market quickly with the very best marketing available.

Novato real estate sales in March 2014 averaged 66 days on market, were about 2,061 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $375/sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is a scantly over 1-month’s worth of inventory (indeed, of the 51 single family homes actively for sale in Novato, roughly 1/2 of them came to market in the past 10 days). Indeed, this is a very low absorption rate — balanced markets have 6 months worth of inventory — with very high buyer demand especially at prices at or below $850K.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■ 67% of homes priced under $500,000;
■ 73% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■ 39% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■ 56% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 27 homes that sold in March 2014:
■ 2 homes sold under $500,000;
■ 33 homes sold from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■ 4 homes sold for $1 million and up.

Single family homes in Hamilton Field, Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (January 2013 Novato Home Sales Report)

January 3, 2013

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (January 2013 | Novato Home Sales Report). The development of 2013 Marin real estate trends promise to provide an interesting story line in coming months. As has been noted ad nauseum over the past 6 months, incredibly low inventory, historically low interest rates, a growing pool of “ready, able, and willing” buyers, are combining to make for an unprecedented Novato real estate market. The sales numbers relative to inventory are truly unheard of. My advice to sellers this year is — “Get your house on the market immediately!” CALL ME if you are thinking of selling. My systems can get you on market quickly with the very best marketing available.

December 2012 sales numbers for Novato, CA are wildly impressive. With 41 trades, this past December had nearly record number sales in the most inventory constrained environment imaginable. Buyers are making very strong offers in lightning speed on well-priced and/or unique real estate opportunities. The average sale price was $633K in December 2012. While down from October, average prices continue to creep higher if examined a 90-day rolling basis (month to month fluctuations are of little analytic benefit as the composition of closed sales is erratic). Importantly, December 2012 sales included 11 homes over $750K (of these, just one sold for over $1 million — this lone $1 million+ sale was one of my listings in the Country Club neighborhood and, I believe, resulted in the highest price per foot sale in Novato for three years).

December’s Novato real estate sales averaged 103 days on market, were about 2,200 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $305 sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is a whisper thin .85 months’ worth of available inventory overall (a mere 35 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato). I have never seen so low an absorption rate for an entire city!

The hottest component of the Novato real estate market (as always) is the entry and move-up levels — homes priced under $500K — 87% of these homes are in escrow — it has been over 75% for months). It remains an extraordinarily strong sellers’ market all the way up to about $750K, where 61% of homes are in escrow.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■87% of homes priced under $500,000;
■61% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■74% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■13% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 41 homes that sold in December 2012:
■14 homes were priced under $500,000;
■26 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■1 home priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in The Landing at Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

The Landing at Hamilton Field — NEW CONSTRUCTION. Prices start in the high – $700′s. Although all homes are currently SOLD, several have yet to close escrow. Please call me at (415) 350-9440 for more information. Or visit our website at www.TheLandingNovato.com.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (November 2012 Novato Home Sales Report)

November 18, 2012

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (November 2012 | Novato Home Sales Report). Incredibly low inventory, historically low interest rates, a growing pool of “ready, able, and willing” buyers, are combining to make 2012 a pivotal year for Novato real estate. While the jury is out as to where the economy is heading with the looming fiscal cliff and worldwide debt crisis, there is growing perception among buyers (note: perception is reality in real estate), that the time to buy is NOW.

October 2012 sales numbers for Novato, CA continue to impress (we had 56 trades — the most since 2005). Buyers are moving very quickly on well-priced and/or unique real estate opportunities. The average sale price was $675K in October 2012 and continues to creep higher if examined a 90-day rolling basis (month to month fluctuations are of little analytic benefit as the composition of closed sales is erratic). Importantly, October 2012 sales included 15 homes which sold for $750K or more in Novato (of these, 4 were over $1 million and another 3 homes are currently in escrow).

October’s Novato real estate sales averaged 100 days on market, were about 2,426 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $293 sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is extremely low with just over 1 months’ worth of available inventory overall (a mere 65 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato). The hottest component of the Novato real estate market (as always) is the entry and move-up levels — homes priced under $500K — 84% of these homes are in escrow — it has been over 70% for months). It remains an extraordinarily strong sellers’ market all the way up to about $750K, where 54% of homes are in escrow.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■84% of homes priced under $500,000;
■54% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■55% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■25% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 54 homes that sold in October 2012:
■12 homes were priced under $500,000;
■38 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■4 home priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in The Landing at Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

The Landing at Hamilton Field — NEW CONSTRUCTION. Prices start in the mid – $700′s. We have just one home left (5 beds, 3 baths, 3,071 square feet) priced at $920K. Please call me at (415) 350-9440 for more information. Or visit our website at www.TheLandingNovato.com.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (June 2012 Novato Home Sales Report)

July 2, 2012

Despite the ongoing trend of historically low inventory, May 2012 was another gangbuster month for Novato, CA real estate sales (we had 54 trades — one less than the amazing April 2012 number). Buyers, obviously, remain engaged in the market. And they are moving very quickly on well-priced and/or unique real estate opportunities. The average sale price was $634K in May 2012 – significantly higher than the previous month (this is due to a couple of large sales — more on that below).
NOTE: In May 2012, 12 homes sold for $750K or more in Novato. Five of those 12 homes were listed and sold by me. This includes one of Novato’s only $2 million sales in the last several years. If you are thinking of selling your luxury Novato home, please call me as I specialize in this market segment.
May’s Novato real estate sales averaged 83 days on market, were about 2,171 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $303 sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) continues to be extremely low with just under 2 months’ worth of available inventory overall (a mere 100 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato). The hottest component of the Novato real estate market (as always) is the entry and move-up levels — homes priced under $500K — 77% of these homes are in escrow — it was 76% last month). It remains an extraordinarily strong sellers’ market all the way up to about $750K, where 51% of homes are in escrow.
Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■77% of homes priced under $500,000;
■51% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■36% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■27% of homes between $1 million and up.
Of the 54 homes that sold in May 2012:
■16 homes were priced under $500,000;
■34 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■4 home priced from $1 million and up.
Homes in The Landing at Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440 . My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

The Landing at Hamilton Field — NEW CONSTRUCTION. Prices start in the mid – $700′s. We are SOLD OUT of current inventory (although we do have a model home priced at $840K), but will have three unsold homes available in September (we are currently building seven homes, but four of those are SOLD). Please call me at (415) 350-9440 for more information. Or visit our website at www.TheLandingNovato.com.

Novato Real Estate Market Update (November 2010)

November 20, 2010

Even through the suppressed months of sales experienced through most of Marin County, California (from May through October, sales were down county-wide as the stock market fell), Novato’s real estate market continues showing resilience and strength. Indeed, buyers continue questioning pricing in Southern Marin, especially at the high end. Meanwhile, many are looking North (Novato is just 16 miles North of the Golden Gate Bridge) and stepping fearlessly into the Novato homes market. They can confidently do this because Novato’s bottom has formed and pricing reflects unquestionable value.

What You Get Comparison (Novato v. Mill Valley) — Based on last month’s average sales price in Mill Valley, buyers with a $997K budget got a 2,065 square foot house (likely built 50 or 60 years ago and located in a flood zone, the hills, or a choppy neighborhood).

In Novato, buyers with a $997K budget can buy a brand new home (at The Landing, for example) with 5 Beds, 3 Baths, 3,073 square feet, in the flats (not a flood zone), with a pool and park across the street, within a 2-minute walk of YMCA and 3-minute walk to the Library, and access to the Bay Trail. All this is a mere 12 or 13 minutes up HWY 101. Take into account the time it takes to drive surface streets into Mill Valley, any time factor related to the commute into The City can be a wash.

Decision — You be the Judge. Many buyers believe that Novato provides much more bang for their hard earned buck.

We had 30 trades last month. The average sales price of Novato homes in October 2010 was up to $678,943. These homes averaged 91 days on market, were about 2,448 sq. ft., and sold for about $286 per square foot.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
  • 48% of homes priced under $500,000;
  • 44% of homes between $501,000 and $600,000;
  • 37% of homes between $601,000 and $750,000;
  • 18% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
  • 27% of homes between $1 million and $1.5 million;
  • 6% of homes between $1.5 million and up.

Of the Novato homes that sold in October 2010:

  • 11 homes sold under $600,000;
  • 15 homes sold between $601,00 to $1 million; and
  • 3 homes sold for over $1 million.

NEW HOMES IN NOVATO: The 3 Model Homes at The Landing at Hamilton Field are open. The first homes will be ready for occupancy in December 2010. Buyers get to choose countertops (granite is standard) and flooring.

Pricing begins in the mid-$800,000’s. Interest surrounding this new Southern Novato community has been significant. Please call me at (415) 350-9440 for more information. Or, visit our website at www.TheLandingNovato.com.

If you would like to have the value of your Novato home professionally evaluated, or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Marin Luxury Report (April 2010)

April 30, 2010

Marin County, California’s luxury home market continues to recover from the wasteland of late 2008 and early 2009 when it seemed as though the luxury home market would never recover. Yet, as reported in previous months, real buyers continue to snap up homes in prestige locations such as Belvedere, Ross, Kent Woodlands, etc., along with “value” properties with undeniable upside. In the $2 million to $4 million price band, sales are up 300% over last year and inventory is down 25% — this combination of factors looks promising for continued improvement. For a detailed snapshot of current national trends from the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, click HERE.

$2 Million to $4 Million Luxury Homes

The $2 million to $4 million price band  remains volatile with prices down 17% over the past 2 years. Despite this obvious and well-noted trend, many sellers have not adjusted their asking prices to reflect market realities. As noted in my columns over the past two years, a seller’s refusal to price correctly at the outset of the listing period is the single greatest mistake possible. Often, listing agents are willing accomplices however because they will “say anything” to obtain the listing. However, bottom line costs to sellers is very significant. I have developed a chart that show exactly just how bad it gets over time when Marin County sellers and their agents) overprice their homes — please call or e-mail me for a copy.

[Click HERE for the rest of the article, courtesy of www.ImagineMarin.com.]

The Landing at Hamilton | New Homes | Novato

January 24, 2010

Hamilton Field, Novato’s final residential development, is a secluded enclave of luxurious homes reflecting timeless style and contemporary conveniences. These thoughtfully designed homes focus on sophistication, beauty, and community. Residents will enjoy spacious and refined interior spaces, along with the peace of mind associated with living in such a charming neighborhood adjacent to a rich wildlife sanctuary.

The Landing at Hamilton | Plan One (Spanish Elevation)

The Landing at Hamilton | Plan One (Spanish Elevation)

An unrivaled passion for excellence and detail is exhibited in each home. The Landing at Hamilton benefits from easy access to recreation, dining, shopping, schools, transportation, and the myriad benefits of living at Hamilton Field in Novato. Pricing begins at approximately $840,000 for the smallest homes and ranges up to approximately $900,000 for the larger homes. There will be four models in up to three elevations, ranging from ~2,432 square feet to ~3,000 square feet.

Click HERE for more.

Novato Real Estate Market Update (November 2009 Home Sales Report)

November 6, 2009

Leaves are starting to hit the ground as the days grow shorter. But, Novato’s hot market shows no signs of cooling down. In October 2009, 50 Novato, California homes sold, compared with 35 sales in September 2009. Suffice it to say, the Novato real estate market is hot. Entry level home sales have shown sustained strength for the past 6 months. The number of homes actively listed in Novato remains very low compared with the rest of Marin (and the percentage of homes in escrow remains much higher than the rest of Marin). This exceptional demand is based on stunning affordability (homes are selling now for prices nobody could have dreamed of 3 short years ago) and the fantastically low interest rates.

While the average sales price of Novato homes rose in August to a remarkable $713,440 (based in large part on the makeup of sales), that number fell back to Earth in September — $646,389. Last month, the average sales price rose to $667,788.

Certain zip codes are performing exceptionally well. For example, in 94949 (Southern Novato) the percentage of homes in escrow is up 38% from last October and the average days on market is down 70%. This is simple supply and demand. Savvy buyers waiting for “the bottom to hit” recognize that we may be there and that any further price erosion will be outweighed by increased interest rates which are likely around the bend. Surely, home buyers in Novato are finding that it is increasingly difficult to identify “turnkey” homes under $550,000. In the 94949 zip code, median prices year over year dipped a mere 3%. I think many observers would be surprised. Local agents are all talking about a “bounce” in prices over the past several months.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:

  • 78% of homes priced under $500,000 (up from 73% last month);
  • 60% of homes between $501,000 and $600,000 (down from 66% last month — we have 5 new listings that just came on the market or this number would be higher);
  • 45% of homes between $601,000 and $750,000 (down from 53%);
  • 31% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million (about the same as last month);
  • 23% of homes between $1 million and $1.5 million (down from 31%);
  • 0% of homes between $1.5 million and up.
Importantly, and in line with recent months, the move-up price bands are selling as well as the entry level properties:
  • 26 homes priced under $600,000 sold in October 2009
  • 16 homes priced from $601,00 to $1 million sold in October 2009
  • 5 homes priced from $1 million to $1.5 million sold in October 2009
In fact, more homes sold in October 2009 in the $1 million to $1.5 million price band in Novato than sold in Mill Valley in that same price band. I have been saying for years that the Novato luxury market is on the rise and we are seeing tangible sales figures support my predictions. This trend also coincides with the extraordinary high percentages of homes in escrow. Meanwhile, inventory continues to shrink with just 117 single family homes currently for sale in Novato, CA.

Real Estate Market Chart by Altos Research www.altosresearch.com

Novato homes that sold in October 2009 averaged 100 days on market, were about 2,267 sq. ft., and sold for an average sales price of $667,788 (roughly $310 per sq. ft.). Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., the number of months of inventory currently available in Novato) has dipped to historically low levels — just 2.3 months worth of available inventory overall.

The chart below reflects activity in the $800,000 to $900,000 price band. In this “move-up” price band, there is less than 2 month’s inventory. Lower price bands are even more constrained. Generally speaking, 5-6 months of inventory reflects a balanced market and anything under 4 months, a seller’s market.

Homes in Pointe Marin, Country Club, Hamilton Field, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month.

If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a Broker, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Morgan Lane Marin Real Estate (Pacific Union International). It is always my pleasure to be of service.

“Give Yourself a Raise. Move to Novato.”

Marin Luxury Report (August 2009)

September 10, 2009

Marin County, CA’s luxury real estate market segment continues to take shape in the aftermath of the equities meltdown of Fall 2008. In our New Economy, buyers are placing emphasis on prestige locations, sweeping views, grand appointments, compelling “estate history,” and impressive scale. The luxury market in Marin remains weighted towards homes priced under $4 million, although we did have 3 sales of homes priced over $4 million in July 2009. The number of sales in July 2009 is off by 74% from July 2008. The news is not all negative, however, as we had several significant properties trade last month and another 30 luxury homes are currently in escrow. For a detailed snapshot of current national trends from the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing dated August 2, 2009, click hereNote, if you would like a local report relating to any town or zip code in Marin or San Francisco, call me at (415) 350-9440.

Buyers remain dubious of price stability for good reason (see chart below reflecting year over year median asking prices in Tiburon, Mill Valley, and Kentfield). But, increased conforming loan limits and a pronounced level of increased affordability across the board should help sales moving forward into the Fall as buyers with 25% down will obtain top-shelf financing for purchases of $1.6 million. While not necessarily “Luxury” territory here in Marin (although declining prices are putting some very nice homes into the sub-$2 million price bands), a sizable segment of buyers of luxury homes must sell their current homes first (80% of buyers are sellers). The chart below indicates that across the trend in Marin’s luxury segment is for lower prices — 10-25% lower than last year in Mill Valley, Belvedere, and Kentfield.

The year over year inventory levels in Mill Valley have hovered at around 20% since May 2009 (much improved from a nearly 60% inventory increase in February 2009). Meanwhile, inventory in Kentfield has rocketed nearly 90% higher this year compared with last year. In combination, Tiburon and Belvedere inventory levels are about 70% higher than last year. Prediction: Kentfield and Tiburon / Belvedere prices will continue to recede through Q4 2009. Indeed, we can see that trend has set in dramatically in the above chart which tracks asking prices of homes currently for sale.

[For the rest of this report, courtesy of www.ImagineMarin.com, click HERE.]

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