Thanks for posting!
I was curious if you've had an opportunity to evaluate your financing options. I work closely with home buyers in San Diego and offer in-house FHA & conventional financing; giving you the ability to secure a home loan in 3-4 weeks.
Please contact me for a complimentary mortgage analysis to help you determine which loan program meets your financial goals.
Sr. Loan Advisor
I encourage you to interview a few agents (and make sure at least one of those is an exclusive buyer agent - which means that the agent's company doesn't take any listings). I also encourage you to get pre-approved with a lender. For information on how to be represented by an exclusive buyer agent, visit http://naeba.org and http://globella.com.
Looks like you are in the "Information Gathering" stage of your home search. I'd like to invite you to one of our ongoing free seminars :
How To Buy A Foreclosure In San Diego
Saturday, April 10,2010
10:00AM - 12:00 Noon
We will be covering all aspects of buying (in general) and also covering the realities of buying a foreclosure/reo and now short sales.
The seminar is free to the public, but there is a charge for agents to attend.
This property is no longer available, it is pending (in Escrow). So someone else has purchased it. If you want me to help you, I would be glad to help you locate another one and go ove the purchase process with you.
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If your question is â€œwhat is the next step if Iâ€™m interested in buyingâ€ the property on Caminito Toronjo shown in this link, I say to you that the next step is to get a reality check. This property is not for sale at $30,000 and will not be for sale at that price.
What you are seeing is a posting by Realty Trac which is a company that sells information about foreclosures that are taken from public records. If and when this property comes on the market, it will be at a price that reflects the value of that property in that neighborhood.
You need to have a Realtor to give you guidance, help you get approved for a loan, negotiate your purchase and do the many things that a Realtor does for their clients.
I know some great Realtors in the San Diego area. Let me know if you would like a referral to one of them.
John Juarez, Realtor
The Medford Real Estate Team
Windermere Welcome Home
This is something you need to discuss with a REALTOR. I like to sit down with my buyers and conduct a "buyer's consultation" where we discuss the whole process and how it works. When you get a feel for the steps needed, I can refer you to a lender and get you comfortable with the loan options that fit your needs.
With many property types out there, it is VERY important to take this steps one by one.
Please feel free to call me with any questions.. 619-929-9812
When thinking about buying a new home there are many factors that you should first think about. Besides looking at your finances and getting yourself pre-approved, it is important to chose a Realtor that you feel comfortable working with. Think about the areas that you would like to live in and what is important to you in a home, not only the attributes about the home, but the neighborhood, as well. If you are a first time home buyer, keep in mind that you may be eligible for the first time home buyer tax credit that is available through April. If I can assist you further or advise you in any way, please feel free to contact me at any time.
I would be more than happy to go over this in more detail with you.
Please feel free to call or e-mail me.
Good question. It looks like you are looking at foreclosures in your search, so you will need to have your agent sit down with you and discuss the amount you want to offer, what type of financing you will use (if any), and ensure you are getting your offer in with all of the required forms per the MLS instructions.
If you do not have an agent to help you then give me a call. I am happy to help.
Have a great night!
The first step in purchasing a home is to be pre-approved for a loan with a reputable lender and then find a realtor that you feel comfortable and confident in working with. Someone that is going to listen to your needs and wants and to work with you in finding the right home at the right price for you.
I have been selling real estate since 1988, please feel free to call me directly to discuss the home buying options in todays market. I can also recommend a good lender for you as well.
Thanks, Denise Gleavey
Also, look into getting prqualified with a lender