November 15, 2021: Economist Mark Schniepp, California Economic Forecast Director

Economist Mark Schniepp, California Economic Forecast Director

CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC FORECAST

Segment 1
23rd Anniversary Show: November 15, 1998
Year to date Sales; with & without Montecito & Hope Ranch
Consumerism gone wild: “Box of Awesome”

Segment 2
Economist Mark Schniepp, California Economic Forecast Director
The Economy: Inflation, supply issues & labor
Gas prices…why?
Pandemic: No roaring 20’s
Interest rates, Bonds & Baby Boomers

Segment 3
Economist Mark Schniepp, California Economic Forecast Director
Social Security
Real Estate Forecast
Inventory & Interest Rates
Dedicated to the memory of RP Richards 1921 to November 16, 2010

Segment 4
Weekly Multiple Listing Update

Mark Schneidman, Realtor, 805-452-2428
Mark@RadioRealEsate.com
CalRE # 00976849

November 8, 2021: Architect with a twist: Jeff Shelton

Architect with a twist: Jeff Shelton

JEFF SHELTON

SHELTON HUTS

New Book ‘THE FIG DISTRICT”

Segment 1
Year to date Sales, Number of months of inventory
Time Change…let’s eliminate it

Segment 2
Architect with a twist: Jeff Shelton
Local Architect challenges traditional design
New Book: ‘The Fig District’, downtown Santa Barbara
Ablitt Tower built on a 20’ x 20’ parcel
The fate of State Street Closure

Segment 3
Architect with a twist: Jeff Shelton
AIA Santa Barbara Chapter objects to UCSB Housing Proposal
UCSB Munger Hall; Windowless Bedrooms

Segment 4
Weekly Multiple Listing Update

Mark Schneidman, Realtor, 805-452-2428
Mark@RadioRealEsate.com
CalRE # 00976849

November 1, 2021: Historian Betsy J. Green, The Spanish Flu in Santa Barbara, 1918/1919

Historian Betsy J. Green, The Spanish Flu in Santa Barbara, 1918/1919

BETSY J. GREEN

Segment 1
Year to date Sales, Montecito Only, Inventory
Best views in Santa Barbara
Home Maintenance Tip of the Week

Segment 2
Historian Betsy J. Green, The Spanish Flu in Santa Barbara, 1918/1919
August 1918: It’s coming
October 1918: Unusual remedies & closures
November 1918: Masks on streetcars, outdoor church services
Mt. Vernon Hotel, New York City

Segment 3
Historian Betsy J. Green, The Spanish Flu in Santa Barbara, 1918/1919
December 1918: Restrictions lifted for Christmas
January 1919: Flu returns, school’s version of Zoom
February 1919: Quarantine ends, schools open
The 1880’s flu may have saved older people
Age-group of deaths
New Book; Movies & Million-Dollar Mansions:
Silent Movies Made in Montecito, California

Segment 4
Weekly Multiple Listing Update

Mark Schneidman, Realtor, 805-452-2428
Mark@RadioRealEsate.com
CalRE # 00976849