The Big Bear Report

The Big Bear Report

Friday, April 28, 2017

Our latest review....

Here is our latest review from another satisfied customer:

"One of the best experiences I have had! We weren't local and the entire office provided excellent service the entire time.  They went above and beyond!"

-Cathy S.

Friday, March 31, 2017

Our latest review...


 5 Stars

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Handled the sale of our property very efficiently.  Negotiated on our behalf to make the sale.  Would recommend Mike to any and all who need to sell a property in the Big Bear, CA area.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Nothing like a spring snow!

We woke up to an inch of snow, on this, the third day of spring.  Temperatures are going to be creeping back up into the 50's by the week's end and the sun will be shining.  The lake is rising day by day with the runoff from the mountains and will officially "open" on April 1st.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Fun Weekend Straight Ahead...

The 6th annual Freezin for a Reason Polar Plunge for Special Olympics will be taking place on Saturday, March 4th at Veteran's park in Big Bear Lake.  Click here for more information on this event.

It has been a beautiful week here in Big Bear with spring-like weather.  The slopes are open and there is plenty to do in the mountains. The Pink Floyd tribute band, Which One's Pink, will be performing at The Cave on Saturday night.  Come enjoy the fresh mountain air, a little sunshine and some.  Don't forget to call Mike Dolan & Associates at 909-866-6453 if you are interested in purchasing a vacation or permanent home here I Big Bear.  We can help you find exactly what you're looking for.

Friday, February 17, 2017

More Winter Weather Coming Our Way...

The Big Bear Valley has received 80" of snow  (our average is 62") and 11.9" of rain so far this season and there is more on the way! All of this precipitation is very welcome in Southern California, especially Big Bear.  The more snow and rain we get, the better.  The creeks around town are flowing into the lake bringing the lake levels up.  At the end of December 2016, the lake level was 16.65' down from full.  Today, it is 13.9' down from full.  That is quite a rise in such a short time.  We hope to keep that momentum going.  There is water in Bakers Pond once again.  If you live in the Baldwin Lake area (the dry lake on the east end of the valley), you now have a lake view as it is filled with water!  Even though it has made it difficult to get around at times we welcome the rain and snow. KEEP IT COMING MOTHER NATURE!