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Property Q&A in Claremont : Real Estate Advice

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Caroline Bar…,  in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Sun Oct 20, 2013
Caroline Barooshian answered:

This home is not for sale at the moment. Last tax record of possession of this property for current owner is in 1992. However, it was refinanced... last refince was in 2005.

Feel free to contact me if you've any other questions regarding any other properties. I'll be glad to help.

Caroline Barooshian
Real Estate Broker/Realtor®
Cell 909-200-9280
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asantos2423, Renter in Claremont, CA
Mon Sep 16, 2013
asantos2423 asked:
This question was asked from this property:
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Dino Andriani, Real Estate Pro in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Wed Jan 30, 2013
Dino Andriani answered:
Hi Imelda,
The address for the home on N. College Ave. is 997.

Dino Andriani, Agent
Mile One Real Estate
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Caroline Bar…,  in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Sun Jan 20, 2013
Caroline Barooshian answered:
Hi Alex,

There is just one photo of the outside of the house available that was put up by the agent. And the property is under contract.

Here's a link to the MRMLS

so you can search for homes. But if you email me at or call me direct at 909-200-9280 I can set up so you'll get all property flyers that meet your search criteria emailed to you and any others that hit the market will immediately get emailed to you automatically no cost or obligation.

Day Creek Realty offers "cash back" at close of escrow to our buyers. Thank you.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve your real estate needs.

Caroline Barooshian
Real Estate Broker/Realtor®
DRE #01067678
Cell 909-200-9280
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Caroline Bar…,  in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Sun Nov 11, 2012
Caroline Barooshian answered:
Hi Teresa,

The home you're interested in is not for sale at the moment. "This property has started the foreclosure process because a loan secured by the property is in default. The borrower/homeowner still has the opportunity to stop the foreclosure by catching up on defaulted payments or paying off the entire loan balance usually by refinancing or selling the property. Homeowners in default are often motivated sellers who want to avoid losing their property at public foreclosure auction" per RealtyTrac.

Let me know how I may assist you with your home search. Day Creek Realty offers cash backs to all buyers and sellers when you use our services.

Caroline Barooshian
Real Estate Broker/Realtor®
License: #01067678
Direct: (909) 200-9280
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danhdang122, Home Buyer in Claremont, CA
Sun Aug 5, 2012
danhdang122 asked:
This question is about this property:
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Jessie Eide, Real Estate Pro in La Verne, CA
Thu Feb 23, 2012
Jessie Eide answered:
I believe those units have carports
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Emily Knell, Real Estate Pro in Huntington Beach, CA
Sat Aug 13, 2011
Emily Knell answered: is not the property manager for this property. You need to contact the person listed allllll the way at the bottom of the posting from

Before considering a sublease OR any rental in Southern California, please read my 2 blog postings called RENTAL SCAMS - RED FLAGS - PUBLIC BEWARE just click on my photo to get to the postings.

Also Be VERY VERY CAREFUL with or subletting in general. Subletting means you will NOT be renting FROM the Legal Owner, but from "some person" who May or May not actually have a valid lease with the legal owner.
562-430-3053 c
Realtor Since 1996
Main Street Realtors
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Melissa Krch…,  in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Mon Apr 11, 2011
Melissa Krchnak answered:
I wonder why you're interested in a lease to own versus leasing or buying. Lease to own is quite uncommon but essentially what happens is that you have the first right to purchase should the Owner choose to Sell. You can also do this with a typical Lease though most Leases are a Owners long-term investment. You can reserve the first right to purchase a lease in your lease agreement. Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns. ... more
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Caroline Bar…,  in Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Sun Apr 10, 2011
Caroline Barooshian answered:
Hi Rick,

Will be gald to help you with this or any other properties.

Caroline Barooshian
DRE #01067678
Cell 909-200-9280
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The ACG Group…, Real Estate Pro in Upland, CA
Sat Sep 5, 2009
The ACG Group, Realtors® answered:
Hi Cindy ...

I just e-mailed you an answer on how the auction process works. Hope it's helpful. Happy Labor Day to you.
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Tisza Major-…, Real Estate Pro in Upland, CA
Tue May 26, 2009
Tisza Major-Posner answered:
Hi Laurie,

I am always excited to see a question about Claremont as that is my main stomping ground.

Have you ever heard the expression "There's a hat for every head"? I think this might be one of those cases. For some folks having the master right off of the living room might be a detriment, but for others it could be an asset.

The location will probably be a bigger draw than the layout might be a deterrent. Folks want to live near the Claremont Club and this home is situated just a stone's throw away. It is also nice and close to the colleges so it would appeal to folks who were either attending or working at any one of them and it appears to be within the Chaparral boundry so that would add to its cachet.

As far as I can see the only things that might really inhibit its future sale are the same factors that can hold back any sale, lack of market appropriate pricing and/or inadequate marketing.

I hope that helps. If you have any other questions (especially about Claremont or it's environs) please don't hesitate to ask.

Take care and have a great day!

Tisza Major-Posner, Realtor DRE#01784679, IVPG Realty (909) 837-8922
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Dana Schuster, Real Estate Pro in Slidell, LA
Mon May 11, 2009
Dana Schuster answered:
there is no agent information which leads me to believe this is a scam to collect e-mail addresses. it is illegal to advertise property without agent & brokerage contact information.
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Geremy Yamam…, Real Estate Pro in West Covina, CA
Fri Apr 17, 2009
Geremy Yamamoto answered:
$100k is what is the amount owed on this property to the bank that has initiated the foreclosure property. This home is not for sale for this amount. When it says "Listing Type Notice of Default (Pre-Foreclosure) ", this is not indicating that the home is for sale, rather means that the homeowner is behind on payments and their current lender has initiated the foreclosure process. A lot of buyers on trulia are deceived by these type of listings.
Picture Wall Mart on Black Friday...imagine the chaos if this home was selling for $100,000. To view actual bank owned properties and short sales currently on the market feel free to visit my website.
Good Luck,

Geremy Yamamoto
Century 21 E-N Realty
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Bill Eckler, Real Estate Pro in Venice, FL
Thu Dec 4, 2008
Bill Eckler answered:

Your best bet is to contact a Clarmont real estate professional for their input on this property and other similar opportunities.

Good luck
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