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Market Conditions in Murrieta : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 31, 2015
JUSTIN TYE answered:
Hello Sylvia,

Monthly Homeowner's Association (HOA) fees vary based on what is included like amenities, maintenance for the home or community. It all depends what the HOA offers to the community and how they price everything all together. I would recommended calling the local HOA and having them give you what is included in the fees.
Hope this helps!

-Justin Tye
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Tue Feb 10, 2015
Edward Mazmanian answered:
What is your question? There is just a link posted.
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Wed Nov 20, 2013
Kevin and Julie McLaughlin answered:
Karen is correct - This is a great area!
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Mike Garcia answered:
Agents answered this a few years ago, but no one was on the money! Imagine that! Where's the local market at? In 2008 when you asked the question, Ed, the market was in the tank! Home builders were not buying land, let alone building. And dont let anyone 'fool' you, this was not a typical cyclical real estate adjustment period. This was a flat line, ghost town effect period never before seen in real estate that effected the entire nation. No inventory to speak of, the majority of resale homes for sale were not closing, because the banks didnt want them to. FACT: BofA is now being investigated by the Feds regarding the bonus pay to asset managers not allowing a NOD owner to modify their loans and letting them go to foreclosure and or auction. I would not be surprised if all banks are guilty of this. And waiting for the market to bottom and lots a great homes on the market at discounts, didnt happen due to two significant plays. One by the banks and feds to hold off releasing the foreclosed inventory. The banks held in order to send the message to the general public, that the market had bottomed. Secondly, the banks sold off huge portfolios to newly created investment firms at major discounts which in turn, investor groups would apply new paint and carpet, and list these homes for over $100,000 profits and over time listed these homes to create a shortage of inventory, and get the manipulated results they wanted, a frenzy of buyers all bidding on the same home and paying even more then the homes were worth to the extent that buyers were willing to waive appraisal values, and pay the void in cash! In case you still looking for a home, call me and let's discuss in more detail.
Michael Garcia, GRI
dre.# 01147104
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Mike Garcia answered:
I came across this Q today and not sure what the issues are as there are two different addresses and no clear cut question. If you're still looking for an anwer, give me a call or email at:

Michael Garcia, GRI
Allison James estates and homes
45100 Redhawk Parkway
Temecula,CA. 92592
DRE# 01147104
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Tue Jul 16, 2013
Scott and Shelley Weier answered:
Hello Randy,

It is an incredibly frustrating market! I feel your pain. So much is advertised and tossed about stating there are all kinds of government help but the real story is.... there isn't much help, if any.

Hiring an attorney is most likely good money after bad. O know of a really good, loca,l attorney that does real estate he is located in Temecula - Old Town. He is part of California Association of Realtors - CAR -so he has to be good. I will have to look his number up when I get back to the office. I see this is an old post but just recently popped back up. So if you are still in need of assistance please shoot me an email text or call and I'll get you this information.

I would like to run the numbers on your property. It very well may sell with out a short sale. Depending on where your home is located etc... I would look at this option before the short sale route.
We are short sale specialist. so if that is the only option we would be glad to assist you through the process.

Good luck!
Scott and Shelley Weier
Cal State Realty
C2 Financial Corporation
Office: 951-587-2100
Cell: 951-264-1163 Scott
Cell: 951-264-1195 Shelley
eFax: 888-587-2110
NMLS License # 258707
Department of Real Estate License #01821025
Department of Real Estate License #01175869
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Thu Nov 22, 2012
Team Forss, #1 in SoCal answered:
Here's a previous posting on electricity bills for a 2-story home with pool I posted earlier. I hope this gives you some good info about utility bills here in Temecula/Murrieta. ... more
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Tue May 4, 2010
Pam Bashor answered:
It would depend on the Bank...but over all they are going smoother to close faster.
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