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Jolie Catrine, Other/Just Looking in Home, WA

Can i really buy that house in Solana Beach, CA. for 90,000.00? How is that possible?

Asked by Jolie Catrine, Home, WA Sun Feb 24, 2008

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90k may be relating to a mobile home or which there are some along 101 west of 5
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 13, 2012
Hi Jolie,

Please send me the listing.....we can go 50-50 on the profits when we flip it for $900,000 Ahhh maybe you saw a listing that missed a "0" or maybe it was just a lease of the land or fractional ownership. Sadly there are no homes in SB for that price.

I live in SB and will be happy to help if you have any questions about the area etc.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 4, 2009
Hi Jolie,

There has been recent marketing on fractional ownership that makes it look like a deal in various areas of San Diego County. That may be what you ran across in your search for a home in Solana Beach. If you want more information on fractional ownership vs. timeshares, viist the link below.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Mar 2, 2008
I agree with Patti. 90K sounds like the 2nd mortgage amount, not the property price.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 24, 2008
Jolie, Curious as to where it shows a property in Solana Beach for 90K? I know there have been other properties with similiar prices brought up previously in questions on Trulia, but I haven't really followed them, as they weren't in my area. I'd be curious as to what it is supposed to be- tax lien, foreclosure- and what the source is. Believe me Jolie, if it's out there for 90K we'll ALL be lining up for it!

I am putting on a foreclosure bus tour next Saturday in the area, you are welcome to come- but unfortunately I can't promise any properties with THAT great of a deal! :)

Patti Phillips
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 24, 2008
There is no such property in the Sandicor MLS. The cheapest pending property is condo priced at $310,000 , and the cheapest active property is another condo at $335,000. If you provide a link to whatever you are looking at, we can take a look, but the short answer is "No, homes in Solana Beach don't sell for $90,000, and lots don't either, so even if it is a teardown, something sounds fishy." You can see the MLS inventory at the link below.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 24, 2008
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