Pro's are privacy and open spaces, very reasonable prices. For those who want to get away from crowded City Living.
Con's far from City Stores and Freew ... more
FORCED to released, No. There was a moratorium on forclosures which was lifted April 30th. That meant that bank can once again forclose on peoples homes. Since it takes ... more
I would like to think that our little section of the world is a safe place! The law prohibits us from answering that question directly. YOu will need to contact the local po ... more
If you are focusing on "foreclosures" the likelyhood of multiple offers could far exceed one or two additional buyers that are waiting for the deal that is "first in line" to fa ... more
1. Offer completely filled out including financing in section ... more
My thought is that you are being rejected because of underbidding not overbidding. Although it is true the banks are not just taking the offer that is way over they will ... more
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It sounds like you are a strong buyer. Did either agent discuss the home buying process with you in detail? We are in a different type of market today so you want to make su ... more
It appears that you may have omitted some inportant information from your question. Are you referring to a traditional, short sale, or a foreclosure?
We are unaware of a r ... more
Ultimately you will not know what the this particular bank requires until they tell you. They may require 20% and they may be happy with 10%. Every bank is different. No, ... more
There is a first time home buyer credit of $8,000 from the federal goverment. Also, the State of Calif. offers a $10,000 credit for the purchase of a new home ( you don't hav ... more
If you're truly unhappy with her, read your EBA, an ... more
Northern CA and Southern CA have the different process. Corona is in So. CA. I am from No. CA. But I know It could be happened in So. The key point you should pay attention is t ... more