Woodcrest pretty much compromises most of 92508. In there you will find a lot of newer communities without HOA.
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You might look into Orangecrest and Canyon Crest. You'll be at the upper end of your budget, but it can definitely get done and you'll be in a good family-oriented neighborhood with excellent schools. Canyon Crest is Riverside's original "nice" neighborhood. In many aspects Orangecrest now holds that title.... more
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By law they have to give you a copy if you request it. You can keep a copy and show to other lenders that inquire about running your credit. It is valid for 30-90 days. Contact in anytime if you need help here in Jurupa Valley. I'm a local resident and specialist in the 92509.... more
I live in 92509 area. It is a good zip code to live. There are many properties available and all different price ranges. If you are looking for a home to buy feel free to give me a call. There are many different areas in the zip code so whatever you are looking you will find.,... more
There is no simple answer. It will depend on a number of factors including the size and type of the property, the amount of the loan after your downpayment , the favorable tax treatment for ownership and the cost of maintaining your own property. All this compared to rental prices. I would suggest you contact a local realtor who would be happy to run some numbers for you.
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Stop wasting time looking for answers online. Go see a real estate attorney today.
Based only on the information you've given, the Seller has clearly has fault though perhaps not intentional. The Seller appears to have wanted to properly sell the property however JDoe serving as proxy for the Seller failed to wait until he had the legal right to sign for the Seller before executing your contract.
The money you have in escrow may get tied up for a little while but if the facts are as you've presented them it's not at risk of being lost.
You have a couple of questions you need to answer. First and foremost do you still want the property? If so you need to work with the Seller to straighten out the paperwork mess. It sounds to me as if it would reasonable for the Seller to assume responsibility for all expenses connected to this process including paying if necessary to lock your rate, though frankly rates have either come down or are the same in the past 8 weeks or so.
Your agent may not be the best, but it doesn't sound to me that they are complicit, simply lazy. To be honest I'm not certain your agent would necessarily have been able to get a hold of the POA and even if they had their not qualified to pass judgment on it, this is something for an attorney. Certainly the agent's office and Broker in Charge should acknowledge that they fell flat in responding to your requests and in adequately protecting your interests and if everything you've written is true it would probably be appropriate for them to cover some of your out of pocket expenses if need be.
Now stop wasting time and go sit down with a real estate attorney to get some help either resolving the problem or pursuing the Seller for breach of contract.... more
I'm not real sure how long a Died in Lieu stays o credit....probably at least 7 to 10 like all the other major derogs.
FHA will require a 3 year waiting period to purchase again....unless they change that guideline.
VA has a 2 year waiting period to purchase.
USDA has a 3 year waiting period.
Conventional financing (Fannie/Freddie) is 2 years w/ 20% down payment or 4 years w/ 10% down payment.
If you have an extenuating circumstance, that may reduce the waiting period, but is on a case by case basis.... more
Why would you want to?
Please don't tell me you changed your mind!
If you have a serious problem, such as sickness, loss of job, etc., excplain that to the Buyer's Agent and ask for their help; it may save a lot of grief.... more
I just realized I worded my question wrong... Riverside is one of several cities I have the option of moving to for work. I haven't made a decision yet. I plan to visit 2-3 cities after I narrow down my choices, and I want to try and identify what areas of town I should be focusing on. Riverside is at the top of my list because my grandparents live there. Thanks for any help you can offer.... more
If the home is significantly less in price than it's non foreclosure counterpart, there's a good chance that it needs work. If Homes in your area are selling for $100,000 and you see one priced @ $36,000, my guess is that it needs upwards of $50,000 to make it habitable. Any home that is priced significantly below market and doesn't need work is often sold within days.... more
For some journalist to write that as some type of rule is not really judicious either. There is no reason you cannot start your offer low but try to use some existing comps in your calculations. No cardinal rule here as each Bank and their bottom line are not etched in stone!... more
Normally, the day of or day after a home is sold at the trustee sale, someone will post or serve a notice that it has been sold that indicates who purchased it and gives you their contact information. If you would like to have me research a specific property for you please email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org or call my cell 951-544-3984. Thanks, Bob Wasson - Broker License #00549259... more
Good news/bad news.
Good news: It sounds as if you're doing everything right.
Bad news: Your agent and the seller's agent are also right: You just have to wait.
I9;d say, in general, that if the seller's lender is asking you for information (not the same thing 3 or 4 times!), that's a good sign. But as for how close you are--impossible to say.
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When the home forecloses the lease is void, but they may let you rent, but the home will have to be marketed to the public and you can make an offer. An agent who represents Fannie Mae will be getting in touch with you.
If you need more information about purchasing the home, please feel free to contact me at 951-312-8473 Karen Whitman RE/MAX All Stars DRE #00791923... more