Yes, there are homes like this. You have to be quick though. I have helped seven buyers find and purchase homes in the past four months. Ten transactions in five months. Things are going quickly. Let me know if you are still searching.
Phillip Ray Gibson
Trulia posts a subset of private MLS data for use by the general public. To get fast answers during M-F, from 8AM to 5PM, call the Help Desk agent at Keller Williams: (828) 290-1000. The people there are most helpful! Paul Westin, KW Broker... more
California MRL's (mobilehome residency laws) allow someone under 55 to live in a designated 55+ park. The stipulation for the park is that a minimum 80% be over 55 and that no one under 45 can own in a 55+ park. Most of the 55+ parks actually have a large majority of residents 70 years old and up to the age of 100 so a good common sense thought you may want to consider is if you want to be among very old folks. The up shot is that very old folks are a wealth of wisdom and humor.... more
Interesting question. The seller should disclose this with their agent as this is a material fact. And yes, the potential buyer could have waited several months or a year for this home to re-appear on the market as a bank owned property. If the buyer really wants this house and the lender is in the loop, there is a chance the foreclosure can be postponed and buyer get the house. In my experience of selling over 40 foreclosed/bank owned properties, many times the seller is underwater, behind on payments and selling at market value is not an option. Buyers really have to want a property bad to pay above market value, then there is the appraisal, inspections, etc that can foil a deal, even if everyone is trying hard to make it work.... more
Try this if you only want to play on the computer. Google the subdivision in question with google earth or bing maps. Use the function that allows an image of the homes and all there. Scroll around and look at the subdivision and see if anyone else has a pool. If so, then it is likely they are allowed, if none are seen then you might have your answer.... more