Anyway, I would recommend that you chose an agent to represent you and check out some listings that are available. When you see something you like, move on it because properties in Tarzana usually go quickly.
Best of luck to you, hope you find something soon:)
This property has an accepted offer. Of course, you can still view the property. However, before setting up a showing, ask your Realtor to communicate with the listing agent for more details. Just because there is an accepted offer does not mean the transaction is going along smoothly. Also, if there are back up offers, you'll know what postion you stand in should you decide to move forward. Even in this economic environment properties in the Greater L.A. area are moving quickly and often with all cash offers.
Keller Williams-Hollywood Hills
I totally agree with Heather, you should not go with the listing agent and let her to write you the offer. They never recommend this, because the listing agent has fudiciary responsiblity towards the seller, how could he/she have fudiciary responsiblity towards you!!! You need to select your agent and let your agent protect you in every path of purchasing. If you wish to meet for a free consultation, you can reach me at 310-266-1102 Direct
I personally as a buyers agent, feel free to call me with any questions you may have or if you would like to schedule a showing for this property and others.
Have a great day,
Heather Paul, Realtor
What exactly are you looking for? I would be happy to help you look for a house. Please answer the following:
How many bedrooms/ bathrooms do you need?
Do you have children...are you looking at a particular school area for them to attend?
Have you been pre-qualified for a home loan? If so, what amount are you qualified for and what type of loan?
Do you want a pool? Many homes in the valley have pools.
Are you familiar with the valley?
Do you want a single family home, condo or investment property/units?
Please let me know.
Feel free to contact me directly if I may be of service to you.
All the best and good luck!
Kat Becker, Realtor
Prudential California Realty
I do work in the Valley and Westside, whenever you are ready, just give me a call for free consultation and I will be more than happy to see how I can assist you to get the house you like.
Sara Mehrpouyan CDPE
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This property has an acceptance with 2 backup offers, cash. It has a lot of structural damages and the pool and surrounding has cracks. This is my farm: Tarzana, Woodland Hills, Encino and Sherman oaks (order by quantity...) I just put a great house on the market, last week and getting to escrow with multiple offers, in Woodland Hills.
In addition, I have 3 different certificates of expert short sale realtor, negotiator, Accredited Buyer certificate and more.
I'll be glad to help and answer any question and concerns you might have.
Specialized in Short Sale & the approved expert by HUD (Housing dept.HAFA and Redfin.com in SFV
Realtor, Certified E-Pro, GRI (Graduated Realtor Institute, national), ABR (accredited buyer Rep) & SFR (Short sale)
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Pinnacle Estate Properties
18653 Ventura Blvd Suite 704
Tarzana, CA 91356
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I am a San Fernando Valley Prudential Cal Realty agent and know Tarzana very well. Yes, you always need a buyer's agent to represent you, put in your offer, negotiate your sale and get you through the transaction smoothly. Buying a home and getting a loan in this market has many, many pitfalls and you really need an expert to navigate for you and get your the best price and terms. As it turns out, the house at 19439 Oxnard St is already in escrow Please call me and I am glad to help..I have lots of homes to show you within your price range.
PRUDENTIAL CAL REALTY
DRE # 01474894
This home is currently listed as "Looking For Backup," which after only 2 days on the market is impressive. But, the price is very low for a property this size and in this area. This is a short sale, and it's possible that it is priced low to get a quick offer submitted to the bank(s), possibly to avoid a scheduled auction sale. As of today, this listing already has two formal backup offers lined up. (Clearly, this deal is priced very well!).
The bank will later determine the price that they believe it to be valued at and will most likely counter the buyer's offer. There are many considerations that will go into the valuation that the bank arrives at...there may be some large deferred maintenance issues, foundation issues, etc. (The listing mentions that it needs some TLC).
Short sales can be dicey. If you've got the time to wait, then they may be worth pursuing. Generally, in the Los Angeles and valley areas, the short sales and REO's are priced at market values...possibly 5% less than market. If they are much lower than market values...then most likely the home is in need of repair and/or upgrades.
If you'd like to see similar properties in this area, feel free to contact me. Best of luck in your search!
Keller Williams Realty
3rd Generation Los Angeles Realtor
The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
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I want you to know that I appreciate any referrals from friends and associates who may be in the market to buy or sell real estate. You can count on me giving them the same high-quality service I provide to all of my clients.
Why wouldn't you use a Realtor to make the appointment, look up the history of the property, do a CMA on the property, look up similar properties, and guide you through the visit without the homeowner present.
And all this attention to detail doesn't cost you a penny?
Good luck and may God bless