I do not know if you are still looking for a home, but I own a home in Newport Beach and may be interested in selling. It is one story, 4 bedroom, 2 full bath, 3 fireplaces, total remodel a few years back. Pool, spa, sand entry, fire pit and basketball court. It has views of Back bay and is located on a 10,000 SF lot. Full privacy fence. Let me know if you may be interested and we can talk. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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I work directly with REO, Bank Owned, Divorce Sales, Probate Sales, Trust Liquidations, Tax Default Homes, Neg. Assessment property, NOD, and other forms of distressed home sales. If there is a deal to be found, I find it.
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First and foremost, thank you for posting a question here at trulia. In my opinion, you should not wait until spring. Nobody can predict the future of the real estate market. Can you get a better deal later? Can you find what you are looking for this weekend? These are questions that we can contemplate. Please feel free to contact me so that I can start working for you.
Newport Beach currently has 19 Single story homes ranging from $650,000 to $26, 500,000.
12 of those active single story listings in Newport Beach are under your maximum budget of $1,500,000.
Newport Coast has 2 properties that are single level - $3,249,000 and $4,088,800.
If you are not already working with a Realtor - you may contact me and I will email them to you.
Go to: http:// http://www.NewportBeachHomeSearch.net
What is your time frame to buy? That is the real question.
There are homes that meet your criteria that are ON the market, but if you don't like any of these,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I would want to identify the neighborhoods that you really like & see if I can MAKE ONE available for you, vs. waiting for another agent to bring it on the market. Maybe find a homeowner in DEFAULT for you & then it's just You & Me vs. the Big Bad Bank & we wipe out the buyer competition.
Shoot me an email directly if you'd like to talk about this further, I don't look back on this same Trulia thread for answers posted after mine.
Emily S. Knell
Realtor Since 1996
Realty ONE Group
Short Sale Specialist - 100% success rate
With best regards,
I don't know that there will be any benefit to waiting until spring. If you wait, you may miss a lovely home. I would continue looking until you find your new home.
If you would like the list of homes or help, please email me or give me a call at 714-319-9751.
I believe that you shouldn't wait until Spring to purchase your future home. The reason I say this is because currently, rates are low which gives you more purchasing power. With your permission, I would love to e-mail you properties that suit your needs and wants.
I am here to help you.
Star Real Estate South County
Andrew Karigan | Teles Properties Newport Beach - Karigan Residential Group
It's a great time to buy right now. Prices have not jumped up as much as they might as the year progresses, so would not wait too long!
There's a darling home on Cambridge for sale now, and great condos in Granville, in Altezza and near Lido. Some have glorious views!
Call me if you'd like help finding your next home, Sharin!!
With best regards,
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