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Claire Wills, Real Estate Pro in Berkeley, CA
Claire Wills answered:
how much home can I afford?
Hi Tberkly,

My name is Claire Wills, I'm a Realtor with East Bay Sotheby's Int'l Realty. You can go to Bankrate.com or even on Trulia's site, you can get a broad idea of what you can ... more
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Valerie Ruma, Real Estate Pro in ,
Valerie Ruma answered:
which is the elementary school for this area
Suzy,
As school district boundaries are subject to change without notice, your best bet is to contact the Alameda School District directly. Their phone is (510) 337-7000
Valerie

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Pacita Dimac…, Real Estate Pro in Oakland, CA
Pacita Dimacali answered:
855 34 th ave Oakland
What is your question? The link you provided is about a property on 3011 Fernside in Alameda.

This property was sold earlier this year.

There's another property for sale on this s ... more
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Robert Spino…, Real Estate Pro in Mill Valley, CA
Robert Spinosa answered:
Why would a triplex be priced below market rate, when so many SFH are above it, in Alameda?
I agree with Jan, and would add that there are distinctions between the financing options of even duplex and triplex. Generally you will find that obtaining a loan on a triplex or quad ... more
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Guy  Blume, Real Estate Pro in Alameda, CA
Guy Blume answered:
how long would it take to get to work in daly city from this listing??
I'd have to agree with Jean. 45 minutes is a pretty safe estimate via the Bay Bridge if you're coming from Bay Farm or the South East End. It will be longer during commute hours sinc ... more
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Kamal Randha…, Real Estate Pro in El Sobrante, CA
Kamal Randhawa answered:
Looking for investment property and what is best steps can I do now to be ready to buy when ready?
Hello Ken,

Most important thing you should do first is see how much you qualify for. Once you have that information, you should meet with a real estate professional to discuss your ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Nov 7, 2010 Market Conditions in Alameda
Troy Staten, Real Estate Pro in Alameda, CA
Troy Staten answered:
I have a nice home in Bay Farm (Harbor Bay). Have owned it for 10 years. Should I rent it, or sell it?
Lots of good advise here, you did not say if this was still your primary residence if it is you have a 250,000 capital gains exclusion if your single or 500,000 if your married. If y ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Oct 21, 2009 Market Conditions in 94502
Ms. K, Home Buyer in Castro Valley, CA
Ms. K answered:
the appraised value of a condo zip 94501 is usually-"normally" what %age less than actual market value
Also do NOT allow comps to be used that are six (6) months old. Comps that are 3 to 6 months old are absolutely useless because they reflect OLD prices that don't represent reality. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 13, 2008 Market Conditions in Alameda
Andy Gustafs…,  in Fort Walton Beach, FL
Andy Gustafson answered:
I am an investor and will be selling my 2bd/2ba single family home near the Gold Coast and going a 1031 tic
Hello Ed,

Independent of when you elect to list your investment property I suggest talking with your accountant to determine it makes sense to initiate a 1031 tax deferred exchange. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 16, 2008 Market Conditions in Alameda
Annie Nguyen, Real Estate Pro in Fremont, CA
Annie Nguyen answered:
We bought a house on shortsale for $120k less than it's appraised value with 100% financing. We've lived at
What kind of your present loan is? You can call John Dutra at Executive Metro Mortgagefor more information.
510 578-0503 Good luck
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 10, 2008 Market Conditions in Alameda
Annie Nguyen, Real Estate Pro in Fremont, CA
Annie Nguyen answered:
In the San Francisco Bay Area real estate market, should owners continue renting properties or sell?
Natalie,

As far as I know San Francisco in the next 2 years will have around 2.1% job increase. So that means the renting market will be good. The market will have a good chance in ... more
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