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Home Buying in 90027 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 10, 2015
Daniel Castiel answered:
Hi Joseph,

it is completely negotiable in the contract. However it may complicate the deal,
depending on how the seller feels about this.

Please feel free to contact me at (310) 584-7721 if you have questions. I would be happy to answer any questions.



Daniel Castiel
GoldStar Realty
(310) 584-7721
Dcgoldstarrealty@gmail.com
BRE #01023338
www.DanielCastiel.com
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Thu May 1, 2014
Bradley Neumann answered:
You can run into a lot of problems with condo associations or lack of tenants in a condominum complex. I would buy a SFR if you can wait.

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Brad Neumann
Branch Manager
Crosscountry Mortgage Inc.
Phone: (855) 893-1177
Email: bneumann@myccmortgage.com
NMLS# 948036
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Niko Deleon answered:
I've always had better luck reaching out to the utility companies directly.
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Wed Jul 4, 2012
Neal Grusky answered:
this is a funny conversation since it has been already pointed out by an alert agent you cannot forecast the future lol




"NEAL KNOWS LOS ANGELES AREA REAL ESTATE"

Neal Grusky
DRE# 01890580
Hpremiere Properties
Real Estate and Financing
10940 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1600,
LA, CA 90024 | Office:
(800) 652-1768
neal@hpremiere.com
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
J.M. Miller answered:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mello-Roos
Yes, it should be included on your tax bill.
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Wed Mar 7, 2012
Deborah Bremner answered:
Hi Shoppergirl;
I like this site:
http://www.californiataxdata.com/a_mello_roos/index.asp
Not only does it explain Mello Roos, but you can check to see if your property is located in a Mello Roos district, in a report they sell.
Mello-Roos is a form of financing that can be used by cities, counties, and special districts (such as school disricts). Mello-Roos Community Facilities Districts (referred to as "CFDs") raise money through special taxes that must be approved by 2/3rds of the voters within the district. A CFD is formed to finance major improvements and services within the district which might include schools, roads, libraries, police and fire protection services, or ambulance services. The taxes are secured by a continuing lien and are levied annually against property within the district. One of the best examples of this in our area is Playa Vista.
Deborah Bremner
The Bremner Group at Coldwell Banker
REALTOR, 00588885, ABR, CDPE, eAgent, CSP, SFR, HRC, CRE
(O) 310-571-1364 DIRECT
(D) (310) 800-2954
http://www.thebremnergroup.com
Accredited Buyer Representative|Certified Distressed Property Expert |Pre-Foreclosure Specialist Certified
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Thu Jan 5, 2012
Daniel Klein answered:
As somebody who actually works out, the best condo is the one close to a real gym. Condo Gyms at best are afterthoughts with a treadmill and a couple of free weights. Nothing wrong with that, but if a gym is really a consideration, then a real gym is the only way to go. Just my 2 cents. ... more
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Fri Nov 19, 2010
Katherine Johnson answered:
There is always some degree of liabilty. Have your agent send in a cancellation form if you wish to cancell never just assume. When in doubt check with an attorney. Is there it full or limited. Your agent should be able to answer for you..Good luck

Katherine Johnson
Prudential California Realty
01205852
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
Heather Paul answered:
All licensed Realtors or Real Estate agents must present all offers. However, if the offer is not what the seller is wiling to offer, they do not have to respond to the offer. It is always better to counteroffer to keep the communication lines open, however there could possibly be other offers already received for the property. Many of our properties are receiving multiple offers right now and severely under bidding could possibly mean you will lose out on a good house you might have really wanted. Also, if it is a probate sale, it has to be approved by the court. ... more
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