However, it is our responsibility, as Realtors(r) to answer questions posed to us by our clients based on factual information. My son's car being broken into is a fact. That this complex backs to a trail (former rail spur) is also a fact.
Would I be wrong in advising a client not to buy a home on the corner of a busy street if they had told me they did not wish to deal with traffic noise? My former home backed up to the 22W/405N on ramp. I would have been neglecting my disclosure responsibility had I not mentioned that, even with the new sound wall, there would be some noise from the freeway.
Sheryl Arndt, Broker â€“ Loan Officer
My son lives just up Newhope from there. I'd prefer he live somewhere else. His brother's car got broken into while parked in his apartment's lot. Another negative is that this complex backs to a trail which would make it much easier to jump the fence without being noticed.
On the plus side, this looks like new(er) construction. Also, it's an end unit so far enough away from Trask to be fairly quiet. It's also a very attractively decorated and, seemingly, well-cared-for home.
This home seems to be over priced based on the comparables. It should be closer to, if not below, $450,000.
Besides my son living in that area, I lived in West Garden Grove and am quite familiar with a good part of Orange County, especially that surrounding Garden Grove.
How else can I help? Send me an email at Tim@TimKunze.com or call me at 714-552-2335 and let's find you a great home.