Eliza, Other/Just Looking in Riverside, CA

i would like to know how i would be able to get the prices of the houses sold around the area with the zip

Asked by Eliza, Riverside, CA Thu Jun 19, 2008

code 92405, for lower property tax application purpose.

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HELLO ELIZA. THAT INDEED IS A VERY GOOD QUESTIONS. EPROPERTYWATCH AS SOMONE MENTIONED IS A GREAT SOURCE, AND IT IS NO COST TO YOU WHERE YOU CAN MONITOR PRICES IN YOUR AREA. IF YOU WANT COMPARISON IN YOUR AREA FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME AGUZMAN499@GMAIL.COM AND I WILL BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO EMAIL YOU FREE COMPS IN YOUR AREA THAT WILL BE VERY USEFUL. HOPE THIS INFORMATION HELPS.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Dec 2, 2012
Prices are set by people. You can set your own price. Its a free market economy.

Others who set prices have jacked the cycle so many times that buyers are in a bad way either time, low cycle or high cycle. They raise the prices when lending is easier and available (not like now) and they lower prices when lending is difficult, like now.

If you avoid all that and don't use a Realtor then you can get ahead of the cycle. That means once you have the money, in your hand, you can buy a piece of property by offering directly to a homeowner (verified by a title) otherwise you are in a situation where you can generate your own property cycle by creating it with an Architect that is going to fit the project to your budget so when the cycle swings up, after you've built your project for the right amount, you can sell it yourself for the optimum price. If all you're trying to do is profit from someone else's misfortune.

This thread has no Architect tabs so it is all skewed for Realtors. They won't like this a whole lot. But it's the best way to survive and make a living by building. If you want to. Otherwise, just rent and waste your money your own way. No one really cares. Its your deal.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Nov 30, 2012
I did the buildings in Canyon Crest Estates as the Architect with another Architect for 13 years. So off Randsom Road and in through San Suzanna and all those houses are my designs. There were 131 different homes built there. I know exactly what the cost of the land was to develop, then how much it was old for, then the cost of construction, and the landscape costs, the infrastructure costs, the whole thing. But as a community, it was not designed for sustainability or green architecture so it is going through its own evolution and the trees are maturing now. I know one house was foreclosed on. Several have been sold to the bank early on. They're big houses.

If you want to know. Why do you want to know?

If you know why, then why don't you want to build something sustainable with the architect who knows how to do it?

Are you interested in sustainability or are you interested in non-sustainability? Its your choice. Pick one.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 28, 2012
To Darrell, I believe that you just posted two answers to an incorrect questions.. The one about building new structure and something about google maps... The question was about getting comps of sold houses in a particular area.
Flag Wed Nov 28, 2012
Just take the list and look at the land area and the house size and age of the house and look at the roof on google earth and the street view, the neighbors, then go to it yourself. Thats how it is done.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 28, 2012
Hi Eliza.. Sign up for the following service... http://www.ePropertyWatch.com
It's a free service and they don't spam you, just send you updates of recent sales and neighboring homes that are in default.
If you want to get more information, then there are fees,but most of it is free.
Read there FAQ page about the free monitoring service.. Kind of like credit monitoring, but on your house, so you know when something is recorded on the house (like if someone got a loan and it wasn't you..it's not likely, but you never know).
Hope this helps...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Nov 27, 2012
I find services like zillow are easy to use. It pops up when you type an area into the search. There are many providers.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Sep 25, 2012
Is this just a one time need for info or are you just keeping up with prices? It's pretty easy to get on a list to receive these automatically for free. Best of luck.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 1, 2011
Instead of zip code comps, consider using comps that are limited to Canyon Crest. Even better, use Canyon Crest homes that are similar in age and size. Zip codes are a meaningless for tcomps because houses vary wildly in size, age, and neighborhoods within a zip code.

But you asked about the 92504 zip code ... so here goes.

There were 115 sales in the last 90 days in the 92504 zip code. These 115 listed at an average of $271,426 and sold for an average of $266,829. The average size was 1,593 feet. That means ana verage of about $168/sq. ft.

If you need more details, or want me to run the comps for Canyon Crest or your specific house, feel free to contact me directly at 951-571-9229 or Sean.Giorgianni@gmail.com
Web Reference: http://frclsrtv.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 19, 2008
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