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dysfunctiona…, Renter in Paso Robles, CA

I'm interested in relocating to Paso Robles or near area. Renting for a year is desired and then buying is the goal.

Asked by dysfunctional_d, Paso Robles, CA Mon Apr 1, 2013

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We have some great property management companies here. I recommend Suite One at 805-238-3055 or Summers Property Management at 805-466-8783. Rentals are hard to find so I would call these companies who do a very good job and know the market well. Joanie Williams RE/MAX Parkside Real Estate 805-674-1968
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Generally, I agree that folks moving to towns with which they are unfamiliar can avoid making terrible choices by taking the time to get to know their new communities before making buying decisions. As the two prior agents have mentioned, the market has changed from what it as been the last few years and prices do seem to be on the rise. Though as a broker who represents buyers and their best interests exclusively, I and my clients wouldn't necessarily agree that this change is for the better. We prefer lower prices and better deals.

So far home values seem to be recovering from the recession and a more rapid rate than economists and real estate experts, including myself, had expected. Whether this is a short term blip or a long term ramp up remains to be seen. Nevertheless, I believe it would be prudent to keeps tabs on the market as your plans progress. You my track all activity and chart trends at my research center,

Best of luck and welcome to the Central Coast.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 1, 2013
Good morning and happy April 1st. I would suggest Craigslist to find a rental.

In the meantime, I would suggest you investigate all of the areas in Paso and also look at areas other than Paso for comparison: San Luis Obispo, Templeton, Atascadero, Cambria, Cayucos, Morro Bay, Nipomo etc.

You can view homes in Paso Robles and the entire Central Coast on my web site in real time at - or I can send you a MLS portal link that fits you specific criteria.

It may be prudent for me to point out that the Real Estate market has changed for the better, and prices are starting to go up. After a year you plan on pay at as much as $100,000 more for a home, depending on the price point. Also, the loan interest rates are historically low, and will certainly be higher in one year. So, if you have the down payment today, it might be a good idea to buy a home today.

Either way I am here to help.
David Norwood-Central Coast Real Estate 805-471-0828
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 1, 2013
Good morning,

I would be happy to answer any questions you have about Paso Robles or surrounding North County areas. I live in Paso Robles and have over 10 years RE experience in the community both as a Realtor and Appraiser. Pardon the cliche but now is really a much better time to buy than what appears a year down the road as consistently month after month (9+ months) median home values have risen, housing inventory has depleted to less than 3 months supply and in relation the competition of buyers has grown exponentially causing at times bidding wars and multiple offer situations. If you have any interest to learn more about the area please contact me or visit my website for additional info. Thank you and best of luck to you!

Jacob Rodrigues
Peabody & Plum Realtors
Realtor Associate, GRI, CDPE

805.423.0823 Direct
DRE# 01868187
OREA# AL041295
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