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Home Selling in Chino Hills : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Dec 2, 2016
Kathyatt1952 answered:
I bought a mobile home and have not yoet changed the title as i have had a lot of sickness and deaths
I have paid the taxes and now she has placed a lien I also paid back taxes and rent in order to be able to keep the lot space. H\She was alright with this. Until I received a letter stating I had 30 days to get the title in my name or she was evicting me what do I do ... more
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Sat May 28, 2016
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It could be,most realtors only send out a letter like that when they have a buyer. Some agents, the ones who send out the most of these letters, are working you for a listing.
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Mon Jul 6, 2015
Alexander Greer answered:
Yes you certainly can. Just in terms of other buyers, it might entice more buyers if the inspections are done and clear.

I do not check replies, so if you have a comment or question email me here:
AGreer@TheMortgageOutlet.com

Alex Greer
Loan Officer
408-352-5147
NMLS #1056079
http://www.TheMortgageOutlet.com
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Fri Jul 3, 2015
Cindy Davis answered:
The answer is a pesonal one. How do you feel about it? Personally, I would prefer to have an offer in my hands before allowing that type of access...but that is speaking as a homeowner, and not a Realtor. ... more
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Thu Jun 11, 2015
Jesseybeth answered:
If mobile home is affixed to real property, and ownership of mobile home and real property is identical, owner may obtain cancellation of title to mobile home provided mobile home title; (2) certified copy of deed or conveyance instruments of real property; (3) affidavit certifying ownership interests; and (4) lien release forms are sent to ADOR.

Reference Link: http://titlecompanies.net/
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Thu Nov 6, 2014
Arpad Racz answered:
Hi Mark,

Does the property happen to be on a corner lot? Are there any privacy issues posed by the proximity to the next door parcel?

All the best,

Arpad
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Sat Aug 23, 2014
Larry Hodel answered:
Robert...The most important thing is to have an agent that you trust and feel comfortable working with. After that, the list would have to include an agent with a good number of successfully closed escrows in Chino Hills, a number of Chino Hills references complete with phone numbers that you can call, and an agent with a very low % of expired listings.
I live in Chino Hills and would be glad to help you if you don't already have an agent.
Larry Hodel, Realtor
First Team SnS Real Estate
BRE 01442093
(909) 210-6355 cell
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
Garrigus Real Estate answered:
Yes you can absolutely sell, please feel free to contact us directly to discuss your options.
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
Garrigus Real Estate answered:
We don't charge that much for a commission on a property with that amount on a purchase price. If a buyer wants to buy with an agent someone will need to pay the commission whether it is negotiated through the contract or if the buyer agrees to pay it, it will need to be established. If you would like to discuss listing the property with please feel free to contact us and we can discuss what the commission amount would be. ... more
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Mon Nov 18, 2013
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The land transfers with the County Recorders office. Some mobile homes transfer with the DMV, some do not. I believe the difference is the year built. So check and see if it is registered with the DMV if not probably the county recorders office may be all you need. ... more
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Tue Mar 26, 2013
Andrew To answered:
If you are trying to determine fair market rents in the Chino and Chino Hills area, you can get a good idea by looking at what other landlords are asking by visiting:

http://andrew.searchsocalrealestatenow.com/results.aspx?custom=30387%2C30388&propType=RN&sort=listprice_asc

Good Luck!

Andrew To

AndrewTo@pruCArealty.com
(909) 217-9835 (mobile)
(866) 608-5892 (fax)
Prudential California Realty

andrew.SearchSoCalRealEstateNow.com
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Mon Sep 24, 2012
John Arendsen answered:
Oops! Forgot to leave you Janis' contact info. janis@mh-processing.com 760 415-1982.

www.onthelevelcontractors.com
www.tagrealestatesales.com
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Mon Dec 5, 2011
Margaret Hassani answered:
Yes. The new title just needs to be recorded in the county where the home is located. Perhaps you can find a title agent in that county to do it for you.
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Thu Sep 29, 2011
Frank Dolski answered:
Hi Lydia,

You can find this typically through pucblic records or if you have had a recent appraisal!
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Fri Aug 12, 2011
Tina Lam answered:
Beyond the question of whether this transaction would meet the bank's requirement for an arms length transaction, the bank would most likely insist that the home be properly marketed in a short sale scenario with the highest and best offer being accepted. If your tenant happens to make that offer, then it's possible the bank would accept. Whether that makes sense for your tenant is a different question. ... more
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Thu Jun 30, 2011
Janna McRoy answered:
A few pages would need to be notarized, but you can have that done in any state! Escrow can email them to the notary, and the notary can fedex the signed pages back to escrow.
Janna
Rancho Cucamonga, Ca
(951) 903-3134
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Fri Jun 24, 2011
Sammer Mudawar asked:
My client is looking for something with a view, 3500sf, 4br/3ba, with upgrades. Very qualified client that is relocating and needs 1 year option to purchase. Please let me know
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Thu Feb 24, 2011
Tony Gonzalez answered:
It is different than doing a short sale on a primary residence but it is do-able. In the beginning of this mess banks didn't even want to talk to investors that wanted to short sale but times are diferent now. banks are more willing to short ssale investment property. You will have to prove that you have a hardship. My advise to you is to seak out an agent that is certified CDPE.(Certified Distressed Property expert) in your area. I've included the web reference on how to find a CDPE in your area ... more
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
MAX LEE answered:
The Short Sale happens in Pre-Foreclosure stage. If the short sale is successful, the seller escapes foreclosure and the corresponding hit to their credit report. They only sustain smaller hit on their credit report for any missed payments and the short sale.

*Impact on Credit - Short Sale vs. Foreclosure

Short Sales are considered preferable to foreclosures because short sale (1) lessen the impact a foreclosure can have on the surrounding community and (2) won't damage the distressed your credit as much as a foreclosure. For instance, if you are still current with other payments, a short sale may lower your credit score by as little as 50 points.
Comparing Impact of Short Sale and Foreclosure to Homeowner's Credit:

Read more at http://www.shortsalehomeexpert.com/MustKnowsAboutShortSale.html
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