Here is MLS information. Have your agent contact the Listing Agent on this
Best of luck, and feel free to reach out if you need any additional help.
Amerifirst Financial Inc.
NMLS: 861229... more
It's always advised to look up crime information for yourself. As agents, we are restricted in what we can say about a given area.
Try this site: http://www.crimemapping.com
Cindy Davis, Broker
SD Home Source Realty
Phone: (619) 379-8616
CA DRE #01363537... more
I would suggest you talk with a BK attorney for advice and also a mortage banker first. If you eliminate the CC debt, you will have a BK and most likely wont be able to refi because of your credit.
Sounds like you're making a statement as opposed to asking a question. House are increasing in price...
For a little perspective, we are only 50% of the way back to the prices of 2004-2006. And, today's buyers are FAR MORE Qualified than they were during the last boom.
We're definitely on an upward movement...whether it's good or bad remains to be seen.... more
Well, the recession lasted, how long, 3-4 years; and some say we are still in it.
The Economy is a roller coaster ride; has been for two hundered years. It goes Up, and it goes down.
The advantage of Real Estate is that over the long term, it goes up. There has not been a seven year term when R.E. was down.
And, yes, no one CONTROLS the prices of Real Estate.
Remember, they aren't making any more of it!... more
My recommendation to you is to consult a loan officer to prepare yourself to trek the road to home ownership.
"Instead of looking at homes through the eyes of an economist, we’re realizing that a home doesn’t solely equate to financial return or measure only to a mortgage amount. Instead the home is the emotional center of our lives, and it remains a critical component of who we are.”... more
Sorry to tell you that this property has not been on the market since 2006 when it sold for $750,000. However, the link that shows up in your question is for a 2 bedroom condo for $285,000 that is Active.
If you like some help, feel free to contact me if you do not currently have an agent.
Today Sotheby's International Realty
the price is $725k...contact me for a comparable property just like it that just came on the market priced to sell quickly and looks like a great buy
BUYER CASH REBATE 50%-60% / SELLER DISCOUNT 50%
Quality Full Service! Work directly with the Broker/Owner.
Flavio Tejada, MBA-Finance, Realtor, Broker/Owner
(415) 305-2958... more
If it comes down to it you could do an eviction if needed. The seller may be strapped for money and a cash for keys is another option if they have not vacated the home by the time it closes escrow. Cash for keys is a cheaper option than eviction and it's basically giving them some money to move out and leave the place in good shape. You also most likely have the option of suing the seller for non-contract compliance if your contract states the terms of property possession. Of course trying to get blood from a stone doesn't really work.
Hopefully they will find another place to live soon and things will continue moving forward smoothly for you.
It depends on what you are comparing it to? If you are comparing it to properties on the other side of 280 or even West of Skyline, it's very good.
You get fog, but you also see the sunshine a good deal of the time. One good thing is in our Indian summer, it will always cool down at night.
If you go South of San Bruno ave in San Bruno, the weather gets much nicer.
A good neighborhood should be defined/dictated by personal preferences, wants, needs, lifestyle, etc.; if unfamiliar with the area do take the time and visit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors, etc., then make your determination.... more