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Mike Bolen, Real Estate Pro in Napa, CA
Mike Bolen answered:
Is the Napa valley area a good place to buy and investment property to use as a rental?
The vacany rate is exceptionaly low asset prices are down and the Wall Street Journal did a piece on investing in Napa Valley today http://on.wsj.com/ILM7xc So I would say yes.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jul 10, 2013 Market Conditions in Napa
David Johnson, Real Estate Pro in ,
David Johnson answered:
Current rental vacancy rates in Napa please.
I can only give you a general answer because I do sales, not rentals.

Generally, the rental market is soft. A client of mine had long term tenants vacate recently and he had to lowe ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Dec 6, 2010 Market Conditions in 94559
David Johnson, Real Estate Pro in ,
David Johnson answered:
Rental market in Napa/Sonoma
I can't speak for Sonomo but Napa's rental market is very strong with a very low vacancy factor. I am not a rental manager so I can't give you specifics, but I can refer you to a rental ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 30, 2008 Market Conditions in Napa
Fl,  in Alameda, CA
Fl answered:
How do i correct info and find home the value for 4207 chardonnay ct., napa, ca, 94558
This is how I did it last time-
To find assessed value per county record, go to http://www.co.napa.ca.us/MyProperty
Get the parcel no. and paste into http://www.co.napa.ca.us/commerc ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Nov 18, 2008 Market Conditions in Napa
Ute Ferdig -…, Real Estate Pro in ,
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
Investment Real Estate Seminar
Hi Mike. If I were to attend the seminar I would want to know about buying subject to the seller's existing mortgage and how it should be best handled. How do escrow companies deal wi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Sep 30, 2007 Market Conditions in 94559
Mike Bolen, Real Estate Pro in Napa, CA
Mike Bolen answered:
Should I put my home on the market now?
Louise, I suggest taking a look at these statistics. The St. Helena/Up Valley market (Angwin, Calistoga, Deer Park, Rutherford, St. Helena and Yountville) remains one of only two Wine C ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Dec 16, 2009 Market Conditions in 94599
Jim Walker, Real Estate Pro in Roseville, CA
Jim Walker answered:
The entire market in Napa, CA is priced like it is 2004, why?
Prices in Northern California were stratospheric at the beginning of 2004. However they coninued to climb that year to outer space by early 2005 by another 20% or so. So the bubble b ... more
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Deborah Byrne, Real Estate Pro in ,
Deborah Byrne answered:
Potential buyer of SFR in town of Napa, CA asks why list prices remain 'bubble high' while values plummet?
There are a lot of reasons why sellers keep their prices high -- some are unrealistic, some feel their home is "better" than the competition, and some aren't highly motivated to sell. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 1, 2008 Market Conditions in Napa, CA
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