Home > Blogs > Liane Thomas' Blog
1,775 views

Liane Thomas' Blog

By Liane Thomas | Agent in Corona, CA
  • Open House Corona ~ Saturday May 21, 2011 ~ Trilogy at Glen Ivy 55+

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Corona  |  May 21, 2011 8:19 AM  |  1,323 views  |  No comments
    Seller will pay $2000 of buyers closing costs for offer accepted by June 4th, 2011! Nestled in the foothills of the Cleveland National Forest, Trilogy at Glen Ivy is an active 55+ community. Trilogy offers resort style living including an 18 hole golf course designed by Ted Robinson, Sr., 4 lighted tennis courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a 15,000 square foot sports club, and so much more. This downstairs model features an open floor plan including a spacious kitchen with light granite counter tops on dark wood cabinets. The kitchen is open to the living room with cozy fireplace. There is a large master suite that offers comfort and privacy, and a guest suite that is positioned away from the master, perfect for overnight guests. You'll find tile flooring in the kitchen, baths, and inside laundry room, and upgraded carpet throughout the rest of the home. Other features include custom paint, mini blinds, large covered patio, private backyard, and a 2 car tandem garage. Quality built by Shea Homes, named “Builder of the Year” in 2007 by Builders’ Best magazine. Standard sale, priced to sell fast, plan your visit today!

    Liane Thomas, REALTOR(R), CDPE, SFR
    & The Jet Team
    www.TheJetTeam.com
    951 454-3805

    Keller Williams LogoProud to Serve Home Buyers and Home Sellers in the following Southern California Areas:Inland Empire, High Desert, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Orange County, Corona, South Corona, Eagle Glen, Mountain Gate, Chase Ranch, Crown Ranch, Corona Ranch, Corona Hills, Wildrose, Coronita, Horsethief Canyon, Sycamore Creek, El Cerrito, Green River, Sierra del Oro, Trilogy, The Retreat, Dos Lagos, Norco, Mira Loma, Eastvale, Corona Valley, Riverside, Regency Ranch, Mockingbird Canyon, Jurupa, Lake Hills, Indian Hills, La Sierra, La Sierra Heights, Mission Grove, Orangecrest, Victoria Grove, Woodcrest, Moreno Valley, Lake Mathews, Gavillan Hills, Lake Perris, Perris, Sun City, Lake Elsinore, Alberhill, Quail Valley, Murrieta, Menifee, Temecula, Ontario, Rialto, Bloomington, Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma, Clairemont, Pomona, San Dimas, La Verne, Chino, Chino Hills, Upland, Redlands, Highland, San Bernardino, Victorville, Hesperia, Oak Hills, Phelan, Lytle Creek, Apple Valley, Victorvalley, Irvine, Orange, Buena Park, Anaheim, Anaheim Hills, and Yorba Linda. Short sales ok!

  • Open House Saturday October 9, 2010 ~ Single Story 4 BR Home

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Corona  |  October 6, 2010 10:04 AM  |  1,287 views  |  No comments

    Inviting everyone to join us at 2905 Jensen Street in Corona on Saturday, October 9th, 2010. This beautiful 4 bedroom home just came back on the market! Appraised at $655K, buyers loss is your gain! Click here for the tour: http://www.visualtour.com/show.asp?t=2203173
    Custom Built Single Story Executive Home, commuter close to Orange, LA Counties. Former model home is on an extra large corner lot and offers numerous upgrades and first class craftsmanship. Upgrades include stone floor, custom paint, custom tile, marble, and custom window coverings. The spacious and open floor plan includes 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, an office, formal dining and living rooms, separate laundry room, and three beautiful fireplaces. The gourmet style kitchen features Thermador stainless steel appliances, slab granite counter tops, and an oversized center island. The romantic master bedroom includes a fireplace, full bath with glass enclosed shower, and walk in closet. You will appreciate the attention to every detail, from the dramatic entry to the beautiful wall treatments. This stunning home is upgraded in every way, fully landscaped, and offers a built in bar-b-que, and spa for entertaining. Standard sale, and no HOA, plan your visit today!

    Liane Thomas, REALTOR(R), CDPE, SFR
    & The Jet Team
    www.TheJetTeam.com
    951 454-3805

    Keller Williams LogoProud to Serve Home Buyers and Home Sellers in the following Southern California Areas:Inland Empire, High Desert, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Orange County, Corona, South Corona, Eagle Glen, Mountain Gate, Chase Ranch, Crown Ranch, Corona Ranch, Corona Hills, Wildrose, Coronita, Horsethief Canyon, Sycamore Creek, El Cerrito, Green River, Sierra del Oro, Trilogy, The Retreat, Dos Lagos, Norco, Mira Loma, Eastvale, Corona Valley, Riverside, Regency Ranch, Mockingbird Canyon, Jurupa, Lake Hills, Indian Hills, La Sierra, La Sierra Heights, Mission Grove, Orangecrest, Victoria Grove, Woodcrest, Moreno Valley, Lake Mathews, Gavillan Hills, Lake Perris, Perris, Sun City, Lake Elsinore, Alberhill, Quail Valley, Murrieta, Menifee, Temecula, Ontario, Rialto, Bloomington, Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma, Clairemont, Pomona, San Dimas, La Verne, Chino, Chino Hills, Upland, Redlands, Highland, San Bernardino, Victorville, Hesperia, Oak Hills, Phelan, Lytle Creek, Apple Valley, Victorvalley, Irvine, Orange, Buena Park, Anaheim, Anaheim Hills, and Yorba Linda. Short sales ok!

  • What If...You Quit Making House Payments?

    Posted Under: Foreclosure  |  November 26, 2009 6:46 AM  |  1,508 views  |  No comments

    We all talk about what-ifs.

    One big what-if many homeowners have today has to do with making house payments.

    Many homeowners are underwater, meaning they owe more than the home is worth at today's depressed prices.

    Some homeowners certainly are wondering why they're sending in the payment on, say, a $450,000 mortgage, when the house would sell today for only $250,000.

    Your options: Keep paying, try to change your loan's terms, or sell and get the heck out!

    But some people wonder, what if I just stop paying the mortgage? It may be a tempting idea, but it quickly leads to trouble.

    Here's what could happen if you don't pay the mortgage:

    • Report to the credit bureau — If your payment does not arrive, your lender or servicer will report this late payment to the credit bureau by the first day of the next month. This can happen in as little as two weeks from due date and put a negative mark on your credit report.

    • Your credit score drops — The late payment report whacks your credit rating. Your credit score starts to drop, by up to 200 points, if this is your only late or missed payment.

    • Cards are closed, rates rise — In the next 30 days, you can expect your other creditors to take note of the late payment and to take action. They can raise your interest rates, shut off your credit card entirely, or lower your credit limit. You also could face other changes in your financial life, because auto insurance, student loans and other forms of credit are pegged to your credit score.

    • Tightening of credit lowers your score — Credit scores feed on themselves. If your credit card limits are lowered and you are carrying a balance, you are then using more of your available credit, something known as your utilization rate. When that goes up, it lowers your score some more. The negative mark stays on your credit report for seven years. But the impact on your credit score lessens over time. The biggest impact is for the first two years.

    • Lender response — The phone will start ringing. Your lender will try to contact you to persuade you to go into a loan modification of some kind. But after 90 days, you cannot just start making payments again. The lender may send your payment back, if you send it this late and have not been in contact.

    • What happens next — After four months of not paying your mortgage, you will likely be served with a foreclosure notice. If you don't respond within 20 days, then the lender, in the following 60 days, will ask a court to issue a judgment against you.

    A county sale will be arranged 50 to 120 days after the judgment. Then, 120 days after the sale, the sheriff will be at the door. Ten days after that, you'll be thrown out of your home.

    This schedule is a general one, however. If you hire a lawyer and fight the foreclosure, you may be able to delay the sale for many months or avoid it altogether.

    If you are in this position, and not sure what to do, please call 951 454-3805 for a free, no obligation, consultation. We will explore the "What If's" with you, no pressure, and no cost.

    Liane Thomas, REALTOR®
    The Thomas Group, Keller Williams Realty
    1860 Compton Avenue
    Corona, Ca 92881
    Serving Corona, Norco, Riverside, and Surrounding Communities
    951.454.3805
    www.AllCoronaHomes.com

     

 
Copyright © 2014 Trulia, Inc. All rights reserved.   |  
Have a question? Visit our Help Center to find the answer