YearAppreciationPrinciple ReductionTotal Equity1999$190,000$54,497$244,4972000$196,100$45,214$241,3142001$185,000$48,146$233,1462002$152,000$54,278$206,2782003$130,000$58,515$188,5152004$72,000$66,663$138,6632005$12,900$72,514$85,4142006$0$63,378$63,3782007$5,000$56,126$61,1262008$10,000$50,993$60,9932009$30,000$48,256$78,2562010$30,000$44,334$74,3342011$40,000$38,529$78,5292012$15,000$39,781$54,7812013$40,000$29,578$69,5782014$28,750$24,290$53,0402015$30,000$19,931$49,9312016$40,000$14,673$54,6732017$15,000$9,792$24,7922018$10,000$4,421$14,4212019$0$0$0About Peggy Yee Peggy Yee is a supervising broker at Frankly Realtors and is a local Top Producer. She has sold over $180 million in sales and was one of Northern Virginia Magazine's Top Realtors since 2015. She has been quoted in the Around Reston Magazine, Washington Post, Money Magazine, Consumer Reports, Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com. Peggy is 100% committed to making your move the best experience possible! Don't just take our … [Read more...] about [TOP WINNERS] How Much Has Your Columbia Home Appreciated?
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No visitors are allowed in the trailers. Jockeys are prohibited from entering the stable area and mount their horses in the paddock area. Outside of a handful of trainers and security guards, they have no audience, racing in virtual silence. There is no winner’s circle; the first-place horse and his jockey quickly pose for a picture after their race and move on. … [Read more...] about Column: Santa Anita jockeys find a stay-at-home order that they can live with