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Home Buying in 92882 : Real Estate Advice

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Landon Tutt, Real Estate Pro in Canyon Lake, CA
Thu Sep 1, 2016
Landon Tutt answered:
Hi Yvette,

There are some options available that may work. If you want to email me with more specifics I can let you know of your various options.
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Joyce Barnett, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Wed Jun 10, 2015
Joyce Barnett answered:
The selling agent is not suppose to lie about multiple offers normally if they tell you there are then most likely there are multiple offers. If the selling agent does lie this could cost them there listing or it could be considered an Ethics Violation. ... more
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Derek Jones, Real Estate Pro in Fair Oaks, CA
Tue Apr 7, 2015
Derek Jones answered:
The most common down payment assistance program is called CHDAP by calhfa. They also have a few other programs as well. Here is their website:
http://www.calhfa.ca.gov/homebuyer/programs/index.htm ... more
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Edward Mazma…, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Wed Sep 17, 2014
Edward Mazmanian answered:
Exactly what Tayyab said and there's not a wide variety of shopping...you're sort of isolated there. However when Green River opens up to Foothill that will help in that aspect...but at the same time increase traffic. ... more
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Cameron Novak, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Cameron Novak answered:
An excellent real estate agent can help you with a concurrent closing so you'll only need to move once.

Our team helps sellers with this all the time.
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TK Khan, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Sat Aug 2, 2014
TK Khan answered:
In short, Yes Wait. The area around Green River exit called Sierra Del Oro is currently overpriced do to its close proximity to Orange County and low inventory levels, however, after the new foothill parkway corridor is in place and the inventory increases and the market starts to stabilize from its current inflated prices, you should find more options in your budget. It is a catch 22 however, because your interest rates will probably be at least 1% higher in the next year or so because of the federal government ending the process called Quantitative Easing. With all that said, if you find something in your budget that you like, grab it if you can. ... more
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Crystal Hope,  in Corona, CA
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Crystal Hope answered:
What an exciting time for you! The best place to start is to ask friends, family, and co-workers for a recommendation. If they were happy with their agent they will be more than happy to refer them. If they were not satisfied with their agent they will let you know who not to use. Good Luck! ... more
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Aryn Reynolds,  in Eastvale, CA
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Aryn Reynolds answered:
Yes, he can buy the home. Get a good real estate agent in your corner.
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Aryn Reynolds,  in Eastvale, CA
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Aryn Reynolds answered:
If you're strictly talking about value in an "appraisal" sense, $5,000 is the number. Realistically, the extra garage could mean the difference in getting a buyer at your asking price, or not getting the offer. Contact a great Realtor in your area. ... more
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J.Michelle H…, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Mon Jul 22, 2013
J.Michelle Higbee answered:
All agents have given you good advice so far. You really do need a solid plan and fast, before interest rates go up further, or home prices climb more. Talk to a lender (banks will have the most stringent qualifying guidelines, and "Direct Lenders" will generally be more lenient). Then, let's get you looking at homes with a local Corona expert (like myself) this week!
Michelle Higbee
Realtor
BRE#01872655
Email: michellehigbee2@gmail.com
714-552-2695 Direct
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solis93, Home Buyer in Portland, OR
Thu May 16, 2013
solis93 answered:
I have been waiting close to a year to close on a short-sale owned by BOA. I have just told them to shove it.

The previous owners NEED to get out of that house to start their lives elsewhere, and I feel sorry for having to pull the plug. I think a year is a reasonable amount of time for the "escalation process" to have been engaged 100 times over.

Clearly, BOA has seen the housing market improve, and they are going to do whatever it takes and screw whoever they have to in order to get as much money as possible.

Wish these people would go to jail already.
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Doug Beaver, Real Estate Pro in Norco, CA
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Doug Beaver answered:
Call me and I will look up Title records and tell you the tax rate and amount.
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Jory Blake, Real Estate Pro in Norco, CA
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
Hi Brandon, I would reach out to the Clark team in Corona.
They are a team / family of great Realtors with a ton of experience with a focus in that zip code/area.

http://clarkteamrealty.com/about/


Take care,

Jory Blake
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Hena Martin, Real Estate Pro in Hot Springs, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2013
Hena Martin answered:
Did you ever find a realtor???My cousins return from Egypt ,was making me think fo your question..She says it is beautiful !! call or e mail HENA
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Hena Martin, Real Estate Pro in Hot Springs, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2013
Hena Martin answered:
Short sale in my opinion will take long ,usually foreclosed properties are owned by banks they have certain timelines they too go by ,it should not take that long and depends how much of a hurry you are in ,Please call me if you need assistance ,HENA MARTIN (BROKER) 760-251-2868 ... more
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Cameron Novak, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2013
Cameron Novak answered:
You'd do well to read before you sign, but you can request she cancel the agreement. If she's a reputable agent/broker, she won't refuse.

If you do not get out of your agreement before buying another home, you run the risk of a lawsuit for the commission that your current agent will miss out on. Be careful.

Good luck.
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Cameron Novak, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2013
Cameron Novak answered:
You'll want to be searching for homes on a live MLS portal site like the one you'll find at http://www.TheHomefindingCenter.org

You'll also find agents who can help you at The Homefinding Center in Corona (they've been at the same location as long as I can remember - maybe 20 years). They help many buyers such as you each month.

Yes, you should definitely be working with a realtor who specializes (and lives preferrably) in the city where you wish to buy. Anyone telling you differently probably doesn't!

good luck
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Cameron Novak, Real Estate Pro in Corona, CA
Thu Feb 14, 2013
Cameron Novak answered:
You'll need to work with an expert in the Sky Ranch neighborhood (you'll be my neighbor if you're successful in purchasing here before prices rise too much). Price increases are with good reason... buyers (home owners and investors) see that the market had bottomed out and everyone is now fighting to get in as the prices are on the rise.

Don't wait long. You can get in touch with an expert who can help you with SR at The Homefinding Center.

Good luck!
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Grace Yocky, Real Estate Pro in CORONA, CA
Thu Feb 7, 2013
Grace Yocky answered:
Hi Lisa, I hope you and your family are doing well. I would like to know if you are available this Friday so we can set up an appointment. I would like to start working on your case as soon as possible. Please let me know today so I can plan it on my schedule. Thank you and have a good rest of the day
Best Regards
Keller Williams
Grace Yocky
Cell# 951-532-5129
Note: for more info. Visit my website at www.gracehomeforyou@kwrealty.com
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Hena Martin, Real Estate Pro in Hot Springs, CA
Tue Jan 22, 2013
Hena Martin answered:
I have never made my buyers/sellers sign any agreement like that ,if the client is not comfortable with your service its not worth being forced.I only have clients who fully trust me ,the relationship is mutual and I have found if you service your clients fully they don't need a document to keep you together.
HENA MARTIN (BROKER) 760-251-2868
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