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Stacey Redgr…,  in Raleigh, NC
Stacey Redgrave answered:
I am a nurse who plans on relocating to San Diego in June. When should I begin my search for a nice rental property?
Hi Shelley!
t is never to early to start exploring your new city. I can certainly set you up for a search of rentals in the neighborhood to give you an idea of the average rental fees ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 14, 2015 Rentals in Ocean Beach
Jessica Tracy, Real Estate Pro in North Windham, CT
Jessica Tracy answered:
is it possible to buy w/o a down payment?
There are USDA 100% financing loans and FHA loans where you can finance your down payment. You would need to talk to your bank or a mortgage broker to see what programs you can quailify ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 13, 2012 Foreclosure in Ocean Beach
Chris Meling…, Real Estate Pro in ,
Chris Melingonis answered:
Is it possible to buy w/little or no money for down pmt?
Hi Cindy,

Yes it is but it all depends on what TYPE of loan you qualify for. That is the most important thing to find out BEFORE begining your home search. It will dictate what kin ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 18, 2012 Foreclosure in Ocean Beach
Dusty Brazil, Real Estate Pro in Del Mar, CA
Dusty Brazil answered:
How realistic is it to get a foreclosed property of 6-700 sq. ft. at a bargain, foreclosed rate, and how, if realistic, do I get first in line?
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I can tell you one thing.. or a few things. You may see a really l ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jan 31, 2010 Home Buying in Ocean Beach
Ute Ferdig -…, Real Estate Pro in ,
Ute Ferdig - Atty. Negotiator answered:
Foreclosures (again)
Hello Hellie. All the foreclosure property info that you'll get on Trulia derives from Realtytrac and you have to go to Realtytrac to get more detailed info, which requires that you su ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 7, 2010 Foreclosure in Ocean Beach
Jed Lane, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Jed Lane answered:
What is the approx. price per sq. foot for adding on to a house in San Diego?
I think you'll find it to be in the 2 to 3 hundred dollar range unless you are going up which will be closer to 5 hundred.
It might be cheaper now since many construction workers area ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 26, 2008 Home Buying in Ocean Beach, San Diego, CA
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