1. Any rent control?
2. Jobs availability
3 housing availability
4. Offer to do some chores to reduce rent?
5, Ask for a 2 year lease to lock in current rent?
6. Ask for a modest reduction?... more
I cannot answer the question about mosquitos - you can call the county mosquito abatement center and they will be able to provide solid answers. I would be more concerned about the safety of the levees. It's one of the reasons many of the homes are built on stilts ...... more
This is a waterfront subdivision that was stopped when the economy went down in 2008. It is now in motion to begin again with new ideas. Please call me at 925-281-4656 my name is Jerry Fisher and I am the broker for Realty World Delta Island here in Bethel Island.... more
If you are talking about a 3 day right of recission, there are certain transactions that this applies to, for example properties that require a DRE report. Normal sales do not have this right, although there are usually contractual contingencies that would allow for someone to cancel.... more
In the last 15 years people have really started loving the uniqueness of living on an island. Most of the people love the water and/or water sports.
They love the peace and quiet along with the rural feel. But in reality you are merely a few minutes from town or the freeways. I would say about 90% of the people live on water so clearly they have wonderful views of the water and all the life it holds. Living on the Delta is a great way to watch the many kinds of birds migrating up and down California! Once people live on the island they don't want to leave!... more
An association is not what this area is all about. As a twenty year homeowner with two properties in this area (two of the best maintained on my road I might add) I completely agree with the clean up and maintaining the property values. Take your concerns to the BIMAC and BIMID meetings who meet at Scout Hall and on Stone Road on a monthly basis.
As for the callous comment from Ronnie, the homes he refers to have been in existence long before the county established themselves and were built with whatever requirements "rules" that were needed whether from the Army Corps of Engineers or the powers that be at the time which means some sixty plus years ago. Are these homeowners being compensated for the "taking" of their properties? What right does anyone have to strip this poor folks mostly Seniors of their homes? If FEMA or any agency truly wanted to strenthen the levies they could simple crane them up, and set them back down. Look at the work being done shoring up against the ocean on those expensive apartments in Pacifica!
How would you feel if some governmental agency came along and tried to take your home or property away? City council meetings do not govern here, this is an unincorporated area and your supervisor's name is Federal Glover, good luck with that one.... more
Yes, the property at 4400 Gateway Rd #30 is still for sale. The price has recently been lowered from $19,500 to $11,500. If you are interested in viewing the property, please contact Dee Wollaston at 925-684-2000 (Boyd Realty)... more