Oggi Kashi - 415.690.3792 direct
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
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Ramirez Canyon Road is definitely a highly desirable community in Malibu, as are all areas of Malibu.
Are you interested in purchasing a home in this area? There are currently 2 homes on the market on Ramirez Canyon Road, priced at $1,999,000 and $2,100,000.
I would be happy to send you a detailed list with photos of available listings in this area as well as any other areas you are interested in at no cost and show you any properties you are interested in.
Feel free to contact me anytime at (310) 717-1321 or JamieTian@RodeoRE.com with any questions or concerns.
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oh wow I dont know. That sounds really shady. Im assuming she already had it listed with the bank. If it goes to trustee sale and you buy it there, there is no commission. The bank prolly just bought it back and she is re listing the property. I dont see how you can claim damages since trustee sales are listed in public papers and the court house.
Im not sure of her fiduciary responsibilities to you either. Clearly she was protecting herself and not acting in the best of her client. But that would be their lawsuit not yours. If you really wanted to know about the trustee sale why didnt you just do what the rest of the people on the world would do and call the courthouse. If the bank bought it back just call the bank and make an offer. Up to the bank if they pay her or not. The court will show who bought it. Call them directly. You are acting like something bad happend to you. And it did, the agent is slime. But what are your damages? You dont have any. Call whoever bought it most likely the bank, the court will tell you and how much they paid. And make an offer. You should have been at the trustee sale and the only person you can blame at that is staring at you in the mirror.
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The weather in Malibu is a wonderful Mediterranean climate. Temperatures range from 50's to 80's. Winter has some rain storms, but usually the weather is fantastic. There are lots of very private properties in Malibu, there are also gated communities with guards. Crime is very low. For more on the weather, check out weather.com and put in zip code 90265. For more on the crime rates, check out http://www.cityrating.com/crime-statistics/california/malibu.html
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at (310) 403-4623 or visit http://www.brokermalibu.com... more
Activity is way up, inventory is way down, and prices are starting to climb.
If you are still looking to buy, now is the time, while prices and interest rates are low.
Brian Goldberg, CDPE
Broker Associate, Realtor®
Coldwell Banker Malibu Colony
23676 Malibu Road
Malibu, CA 90265
P: (310) 403-4623
F: (310) 356-4901
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Prices did not decline in 2007. They actually increased overall in Malibu in 2007. The bulk of the increase was due to many high end sales on the beach. The number of sales decreased but not the prices. I have been selling here for 18 years if I can help you.... more
Sharon, since you are not supposed to earn money from a short sale transaction (it usually states this in the short sale approval) .. . The bank is the one that should be owed the deposit, however, keeping a buyer's earnest deposit can be tricky....they must agree to cancel escrow and forfeit their deposit... If they will not sign this cancelation then you can run into problems.... It may be best to move on to a new buyer if the bank is not asking for their money... so far I have not had a bank request the buyers deposit...but it could happen....
Have your realtor ask your escrow officer what to do... Or on a brighter note, is the investor/buyer almost ready? Perhaps the bank will give another extension...sometimes they will do this especially if the buyer is willing to pay a per dium fee for their tardyness....(money for each day they are late closing usually about $100 a day)... Make sure that if you go this route that the buyer is ready to perform and that he/she understands the timeline.
Also, if this does not work out and you move on to another buyer make sure your agent checks the buyers bank statements for funds to close and/or approval letter from a direct lender... In a short sale a buyer must be educated on the process. Make sure your agent lets the buyer agent know how the process works and that they and their buyer understand completely. Comunication is key to a succesful short sale. good luck!... more
They can be a good general indicator with some exceptions. Properties are reassessed each time they are purchased by the value of the purchase price. Properties that have not been sold recently may be assessed much lower than their current market value.... more
the easiest way is to make sure you have added the email address that your MLS has in their system to your trulia account, this way it should link to you. Although that might be only a feature if you are a Pro.
You can also click on the listing page and go to the bottom buttons below the pictures and there is a button to claim the listing, I believe it is under the More tab. I went to double check, but it my area most of the listings are already claimed so I couldn't tell for certain!... more
I would check w/ your county assessor's office to determine the tax liability. I'm not quite grasping the setup you have, but it sounds like some sort of leasehold estate. My guess is that the county would reassess to include the improvements and land in the same parcel and new owner of both would be responsible. Check w/ the county assessor's office.... more
It sounds to me like this misrepresentation would allow you to back out of the contract without penalty. Good for you for doing your due diligence. Best advice would be to ask an attorney.
IF the building code in your area required that a room have a window in order for it to be considered a bedroom, (out here it doesn't - but it does require a closet), then the house was falsely advertised as a 3 BR house. I would pay a visit to your local board of Realtors and ask to speak with the chair of their Ethics Committee. It may be that the building code has some wiggle room.... more
The insurance for mobile and manufactured homes is different than what you would buy for a regular stick-built home. Be sure to contact an insurance agent who specializes in mobile and manufactured homes so you'll have a good idea as to what options are available to you.... more