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Monica, Home Buyer in Newport Beach, CA

There are a lot of places for sale on this street. Is there any negative issues in the disclosures that would make this area negative for renters?

Asked by Monica, Newport Beach, CA Sat Feb 23, 2013

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Hello Monica,

Simple answer, No.

It's a popular community for investors and renters, and it's a large community with a lot of activity.

Feel free to call me to discuss. Please know, these properties are not in Summerlin, though they do border Summerlin and are in the Palo Verde high school district.

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during your due diligence you will receive all of the disclosures. Within that time frame you and your agent should go over all of the disclosures and if there are any issues you are uncomfortable with then you have the right to cancel and receive your EMD back.

If you would like to discuss the buying process further please feel free to email me directly.

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1 vote Thank Flag Link Sat Feb 23, 2013
thanks for the thumbs up!
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Flag Tue Feb 26, 2013
Well , ifi were you , I would actually read the disclosures . The term negative issues is very broad . Some people like grass in their neighbor hood and it does not affect them negatively , Others may be allergic to grass and have terrible negative reactions to it . One mans trash s another mans treasure . So without knowing what you consider negative there really is no advice I or anyone else can give you . If you are concerned with crime , then check the local police district , go shopping in the local grocery store , drive through the neighborhood at night . These are all things you have to find out for yourself . Your question is subjective and there is no way to answer it without knowing a little more about what issues may concern you .
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sat Feb 23, 2013
Hello,...

Here is a crime mapping site for Las Vegas.

http://www.hankslvrealestate.com/Web/AR421930/CustomContent/…

It is address specific and very informative when conducting research for your relocation.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Mar 5, 2013
I rented in that complex in 2011. There are a lot of families, but there is also a lot of auto theft, especially older model Hondas and Toyotas. I put a "club" (anti-theft device) on my old Toyota whenever I parked it, and I did not like coming home late at night. I believe there were also a number of burglaries in the community and surrounding developments. It is also a pretty drab-looking place. That said, there is a much more scenic complex in Summerlin proper--La Posada at Lake Mead and Buffalo--where things were worse. Not sure if they've improved since. Problem is these communities are large complexes with many apartments and no oversight as to who they are rented to.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 27, 2013
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