I hope this helps.
My advice is absolutely take the 30 year fixed rate and hold onto the house forever. Pay off the mortgage and then it becomes a cash flow asset. That is great if you can cover mo ... more
The answer is "of course," but only if you're willing to consider townhomes and condominiums as possible forms of housing. At ... more
You can go to crimereports.com to get an update on the crimes in the neighborhood. This is an upcoming area of Sunnyvale, with lots of new construction. In the long run this ... more
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You will need to talk with your lender on this one. The problem you may face is if the co-signer isn't living with you you may not qualify for the park. Each park is diffe ... more
You ask some great questions. In general the further west you go in Sunnyvale the more expensive the homes, which is because they are more desireable. There are many factors ... more
To answer that question, we need to know where the property is in order to know the schools are performing.
Some parts of Sunnyvale are have Santa Clara Unified ... more
Sunnyvale is a very good and coveted area, just as Cambrian, Willow Glen and Almaden in San Jose.
Also, the homes at Serra Wood are stunning and show well. The as ... more
Sunnyvale is a mostly suburban small city with a cute, but small downtown area. It is not close to the beach, unless you consider an hour drive close. The employment rates are pr ... more