Canyon Life, October 2, 2003

Canyon Life

October 02, 2003

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Issue date: Thursday, October 2, 2003

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Canyon Life (Newspaper) - October 2, 2003, Canyon, California u Bob Hunt Realty RealityTwo UC professors go to bat on behalf of San Diego MLS In spring of this year, we noted that a three-judge federal panel had ruled against the Realtor associations that own the San Diego County regional Multiple Listing Service, Sandicor. Yes, this antitrust ruling was made by a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel — the same court whose three-judge panels (with different members) brought us the delay-the-recall ruling and the decree against thf use of "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance. The panel's ruling had found that the owners of Sandicor were per se guilty of price fixing because they had decided that each individual association would charge the same price to members for providing services related to the MLS (services such as collecting fees, processing forms, and assisting with data-input problems). See HUNT, Page 2DANA POINT t^idcam dcce^i^ Scheduled for completion this winter is a 4,000-square-foot residence listed at $3 955 million by Dean Stewart and Jearmie Young of First Team Estates.The single-level design contains four bedrooms and 4.5 baths.There is also a subterranean garage of equal square footage. The single-level design separates the private sleeping quarters from open entertaining spaces that look out over the pool, spa and ocean. An Italian fountain beneath arched windows greets visitors at the front tower entrance. For more information, caU 949-719-2051 or 949-719-2061. LAiUNA HILLS A four-bedroom, three-bath home is offered at $750,000 by Jack Anderson of Regency Real Estate.The two-story residence contains a large bonus room, vaulted ceilings with a skylight, formal living- and dining-room areas, a courtyard entrance and a fireplace in the family room. Exterior amenities include a three-car garage and a large rear yard. The home is not subject to Mello-Roos assessments. Residents can apply for use of Nellie Gail facilities, the agent said. For more information, call 949-707-4380. 4 Real estate transactions for south-county cities 5 This week's Featured Homes 8 Asking right questions will help you find best mortgage rate An Advertising Supplement of _ THE ORANGE COUNTYREGISTERIiaciassified www.OCRealEstateFlnder.com ;

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