In California, If you were buying a moblie home, affixed to the lot and a the lot it sits on, you should be able to get title insurance. If you are just buying the mobile home and leasing/renting the lot, you can't, since you would come under the DMV, with a license!... more
I show two homes in this complex for rent. I think you are referring to unit #306. Let me know if you need assistance scheduling an appointment to see it.
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Some agents keep mentioning origination, Not all lenders charge origination. With the new loan orgination compensation rules, most companies have the choice of a pre determined lender compensation or a borrower paid compensation option for their loan originators. The borrower paid compensation option is where the origination fee is charged. If your goal is to keep your closing costs at a minimum, then you would want your loan officer to offer you the lender paid compensation option for your good faith estimate. I don't charge origination...
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In the beginning, Carmel Valley had two major developers: Baldwin calling their area north of SR56 "Carmel Del Mar"; and Pardee who called their area "Del Mar Highlands". You can see these name references on monument signs or street signs within Carmel Valley, especially near Torrey Pines High School. Happy house hunting in Carmel Valley, Carmel Del Mar or Del Mar Highlands. (And south of SR56) Whatever you call it, it's a GREAT place to live!... more
Since no link is visible, either directly contact the listing agent, or any local agent/realty office can also help you, they all have access to the same information, or if you know who management is, contact them...... more
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Ask this escrow company to provide with a copy of their published rates. They are required to have these in printed format on file at all times. I don't have my formula onhand to share with you to give you an idea of the general escrow fee paid but the last escrow I just closed was for a home sale price of $400,000 and the escrow fee portion of the closing costs was $999.00. Now understand that there are also title insurance fees, notary fees, sub-escrow fees, loan tie-in fees, etc. These fees are usually outlined in your lender's good faith estimate as they manage many of the closing costs for a buyer. Compare the lender's good faith estimate to a copy of the escrow company's estimated closing statement to see what the differences may be. It is always prudent to review your closing statement before closing. Your real estate agent should help you determine if something looks out of range. Best of luck!!... more
Move on......most private sellers are in denial about home prices. Unless you are "in love" with the property, which is the only reason that you would pay more than it's "worth", find a more realistic seller.
"The deal of a lifetime happens about every other week" - Robert Ringer... more
The Bankrate site is useful and you You can also go to http://focuspub.com/CF/PRIVATE/CF_frame.html You will find the following information..........
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