Andy (the listing agent) is a friend of mine and his office is next to mine here in Simi Valley. It closed escrow (sold). There was a very large termite repair and septic repair on this one. If you need details you can send an email through my Trulia Profile.
My office is here in Camarillo, so I could meet you at the property. I already called the listing agent, who is also a Keller Williams agent (out of Simi Valley). Andrew and I have met and I am awaiting his response. The property has been pending since Dec. 1st of last year. I have an inquiry out to see if there are any delays for the initial escrow. Here's the local activity from the MLS for the Las Posas Estates: http://vcrdsmls.rapmls.com/scripts/mgrqispi.dll?APPNAME=vcrd
I included a link to the 140 Valley Vista Dr. below.....
Agent Remarks include: All Contracts/Offers subject to INDYMAC BANKS senior management approval and any offers or counter offers by INDYMAC BANK are not binding unless the entire agreement is ratified by all parties. There is a mandatory $75.00 buyer paid doc fee paid at closing. Call agent re: other bank req'd forms. * Seller won't pay for Termite, NHD or Any Inspections.
A lot of people make the mistake of "not wanting to bother an agent" because they arent sure they are ready to purchase. A lot of people think that an agent will get impatient because they, as a buyers, take a lot of time to make a choice and sometimes I hear from buyers that the agents only want to show them a handful of homes and expect them to pick. Other times buyers think that an agent will be a pest, always calling and bugging them.
If you are looking around and think that a home purchase might be in your future, even if it might still be 6-16 months away for you, you should establish a relationship with a Realtor. It will give you a chance to really get to know them and you will know if that is the person you want to help you through the process. Selecting a Realtor should be no different than selecting your financial advisor or mechanic. You should select someone who does the work full time and has current, relative data and resources to share with you. You should select someone whose communication skills are compatible with your own and most importantly you should use your judgement to determine if you have a comfort level, and, like other service providers, your relationship with a Realtor should be long-term if they have done a good job for you. You will buy and sell homes several times, if someone earns your respect and trust consider using them and referring them as you would other vendors.
If you would like to be set up for MLS Alerts, a service that would send you homes that meet your criteria directly and timely from the MLS, please contact me. The service is free and I promise not to pester you. If the information is helpful and you would like to work with me, it would be my pleasure.
Take care, Bonnie