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Campers, RV's and boats can be parked in neighborhoods that allow them, but some developments have C C & R's (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions) preventing homeowner's from having extra vehicles, especially big rec vehicles, parked on your property. Call a Realtor or title company to find out if the neighborhood you're looking in has restrictions.... more
Well it depends on what type of life your accustomed too now. CDA is not that big, so what your asking is pretty easy. What other things are you looking for? Do you want a home or Apt/Condo? We are the same age, and I wouldn't trade living in downtown. I walk to my office, coffee shop, my favorite restaurants, and my bar. It sounds like that is what your looking for so I would say somewhere south of Harrison Ave, which runs east/west. Everything downtown would be about 10-20 minute walk, but you would be centrally located so you could run to the other side of town for shopping or whatever.
CDA is pretty safe as it is, normally don't have to worry about much. If you took a drive around, you could determine for yourself which area's would feel safest to you. If you have any other questions, you can email me at email@example.com and I would be happy to answer!... more
Owner financed homes are very rare these days but they do exist. Be careful that even if you do everything right on your end that the seller doesn't default and still have the home foreclosed on!
You will want to work with a mortgage company (if you haven't already) to learn EXACTLY what you have to do to qualify down the road so that you are assured you will in fact qualify when you need to (provided mortgage rules don't change between now and then).
Sometimes you can deal with a "portfolio" lender or a "hard money" lender that can still do financing although at a higher interest rate.
I have several friends that Realtor's in that area that would be glad assist if you like.
Best of luck!