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Joyce Zangme…, Real Estate Pro in
Joyce Zangmeister answered:
Working on buying an REO in a nice part of Simi. Appraisals coming in at 550K, getting it for 460K. Currently

It sounds like you are getting a good deal on the REO. It also sounds like you need to run this scenario by your lender to see if you can get loan approval based on keeping ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Aug 16, 2008 Market Conditions in Simi Valley, CA
Vicki Moore, Real Estate Pro in San Carlos, CA
Vicki Moore answered:
Let's say our house burned down. We live in Simi Valley, Ca. The home was built in 1962. We paid $182,500 in
Your insurance company should be able to help you with that. It's a pretty good idea to periodically check your coverage. Life changes, home values, etc may affect the type of insuran ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 17, 2008 Market Conditions in Simi Valley, CA
Bonnie Sterl…, Real Estate Pro in Simi Valley, CA
Bonnie Sterling answered:
How do I determine a fair rental price for a single family home?
HI Leela, Well, if you are looking to rent out your property, I always advise landlords to check out the kitty letter and the star to get a feel for the fair rents. Also, craigslist is ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jan 25, 2009 Market Conditions in Simi Valley, CA
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