It would depend on noise issues, and the distance one is from the Alameda. Some buyers may be interested if it is at least a few houses away from the busy street, while oth ... more
The Grove is centrally located; it's near SC University, HP Pav. and more. Yes, you will have the negative issues of ... more
Did you end up purchasing a home from The Grove? If so, what are your opinions thus far? If not, did you find anything else that persuaded you otherwise?
Your offer sounds good but ask your REALTOR to inquire who the banks are that own the notes on the home. Our experience has been that a lender like Wachovia is relatively fast (a ... more
I know that property and can let you know that there is an accepted offer on the home as of today. More and more I am seeing the banks price these homes slightly under marke ... more
Altura? Is that the one closed to SCU? Not the one in Dallas right?
According to this link:
http://www.movoto.com/real-estate/homes-for-sale/CA/San-Jose/1383-D ... more
I am not sure any of can tell you the best way to determine whether or not it is too high because there are simply too many points for comparison between complexes. Is it p ... more
The principle and interest payment would equate to 30% of your gross income. When you tack on taxes and insurance, you've exceeded the typical 28% front-end ratio that many ... more