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Fri Oct 3, 2014
Sell Big Bear Real Estate Team answered:
Being a resort town, most of us are open on the weekend: 909-521-0330, Big Bear Team Realty
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Sun Jun 15, 2014
Tina Schmitt answered:
As a rule of thumb 30% of your rental income.
Please feel free to contact me at RE/MAX Big Bear (9090 866-6161 Tina Schmitt
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Fri Aug 23, 2013
prsmith answered:
Big Bear's crime rate is above California's "collective" average and slightly above the U.S. average for 2011 data that includes all types of crimes. Violent crimes include assaults and rapes, not just murders. And, over 60% of Big Bear's residents are "Flatlanders" (and someone so kindly put it) owning a home usually in the lower lying vallies. In fact, with further research, the majority of crimes are committed by permanent residents, or their flatlander guests.

http://www.city-data.com/crime/crime-Big-Bear-Lake-California.html
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Tue May 14, 2013
Tony Card answered:
Hello Michael,

My name is Tony Card and I've been selling Real Estate in Big Bear for just over ten years. I would be more than happy to help with your search in 92315. I have no issue with paying a referral fee as this is the standard

Thanks
Tony Card
tony@tonycard.com
909-436-8043
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Tina Schmitt answered:
Don't go to Zillow, Trulia Homes.com or any odf the other websites who are not Big Bear Specialists. They aren't alway wrong but they certainly aren't right for our Big Bear Properties.
Big Bear is a resort town of custom homes. We don't have the normal tract information these sites usually depend on for their statistics.
Tina Schmitt RE?MAX Bog Bear, (909) 866-6161
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Tina Schmitt answered:
Nice answer!
Tina Schmitt. (909) 866-6161
RE/MAX Big Bear
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Tina Schmitt answered:
Good answers but time frames are all individual depending on circumstances with the note holder and status of the foreclosure. I'm sorry for the owner's situation and hope it is resolved for you soon.
If you are the buyer, put yourself with an agent who can notify you immediately upon the listing hitting the MLS with an automatic notification for that particular property
Tina Schmitt, (909) 866-6161 RE/MAX Big Bear
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Tina Schmitt answered:
Short sale status, to a bank, doesn't mean you are simply trying to sell via short sale and the property is currently on the market.
Your agent should know how to get those offers coming in, within days of listing, to help you stay out of foreclosure.
Tina Schmnitt
RE/MAX Big Bear
(909) 866-6161
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Thu Apr 25, 2013
Tina Schmitt answered:
Only use a local agent with expertise in the specific area you are looking to buy in.
There are a variety of reasons a lender will turn down a property for a loan regardless of how qualified the borrower is or how much money they have to put down.
It seems as though you aren't getting the necessary questions answered to help you understand this specific properties’ complications for a lender.
Let me know how I can help you.
over 20 years of experience in Big Bear Real Estate RE/MAX Big Bear
(909) 866 6161 Ask for Tina..
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