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Mon Sep 11, 2017
Faith T answered:

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Wed Aug 16, 2017
Kamjam211 answered:
Perhaps you can ask this question to the attorney to whom you gave 'power of attorney' =P
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Fri Jun 16, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
That's up to you. Obviously homes in a good school district will appeal to future buyers with school age kids.
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Fri Jun 16, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
No one can tell you whether it's the right time to buy or not as no one can predict the future.
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Wed May 31, 2017
Rbemanuel answered:
We have lived on a golf course in Dallas, Texas for decades. It is wonderful. The course is beautiful and immaculately maintained. When we look outside, we see trees, grass, sky and a lake with ducks in it. It is also fun to know that there are golfers enjoying themselves on the course and golf is a quiet sport (I do not remember hearing any noises from the course.)

It is fun to find occasional golf balls in your backyard, especially if you have a golfer in your household. Never has any person (or dog) in our yard been hit, nor have we personally heard such complaints from our neighbors. We actually live close to two courses and at night, we have been able to access one of them for walking, which provides an escape from city noise and traffic. Also, the courses have 24-hour security. We have plenty of privacy.

No offense, but I prefer a golf course to the idea of living next to an unsecured, dirty alley or boring fence. It would seem a bit unreasonable to fear golf balls or insect repellent. Its like saying “I do not want to live on Santa Monica beach because a shark might bite me.”

Our experience on the course has been spectacular. We would not trade it for the world.
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Mon May 22, 2017
gaadhi asked:
We visited their plans in Wallis Ranch, Dublin, CA and we really like their plans. The sales rep (or could have been the real estate agent)was very attentive and helped us by explaining…
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Mon May 8, 2017
gayathri answered:
can someone please throw some light on west and east dublin now

safety, schools, rentals..
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Sun Apr 30, 2017
Sam Shueh answered:
Take a magnetometer and measure the field strength in your living quarter.....
Some one else has to live there I hope I do not want to take a chance. Same applies to live under high power lines....
Some ameature videos shown on Youtube look scary.
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Fri Apr 28, 2017
Kathy Burgreen answered:
New homes take about 3 - 5 years to gain any equity so to see any appreciation value, you will have to live in it for about 5 years.

You need to learn that builders sell new homes at a premium so the minute you move in, your home is not considered new anymore. If you sell within 3 - 5 years, you could take a loss and need to bring cash to closing in order to sell - no profits for you. It's the same principle as driving a brand new car off a dealership lot and then selling it soon after you just bought it. You won't get 100% of what you paid for it. However with a brand new house, it will appreciate BUT it takes time.

Builders have the luxury to increase prices on brand new homes because there is such a large demand for it. If buyers wouldn't love brand new homes so much, builders would not be asking such high prices. Builders never negotiate on price either because they need to make a profit. Owners selling older homes can negotiate on price.
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Sun Apr 16, 2017
Raffo2 asked:
Calling a person while on vacation, traveling and asleep
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Thu Mar 23, 2017
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Fri Mar 10, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
I used to live in the area. All I can say is that the area is nice and is a good place to raise kids. Home price is very high, though, although you may be used to it since you live in NY. I would suggest that you pick up the phone and call a local realtor to assist you. ... more
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Thu Mar 9, 2017
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Mon Feb 6, 2017
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Tue Sep 6, 2016
Depending on your credit score and your gross income, You could purchase price could be all the way up to $1 million and maybe more with a HELOC as a second mortgage. Your gross income and credit score are very important things to post as well. No one uses income after expenses to qualify someone.

Alex Greer
Loan Officer
NMLS #1056079
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Thu Jul 28, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hi Fdchomesite,

At this time, unfortunately, for rental listings, we do not allow for room for rent listings, short term rental listings and vacation rentals. For your additional information, we only accept residential listings on Trulia. We do not currently allow commercial, industrial, timeshares or farm and agricultural properties.

Please view our Listing Quality Policy here for additional information:

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Wed Jul 27, 2016
Ankit_ab asked:
I have about $430K left on my current loan at 3.625%. I had refinanced beginning of 2015. My house value on extremely conservative end is about 780K (Lower than any of the online…
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Sat Jun 25, 2016
Home_seeker answered:

Pretty much my thoughts as well. I really don't see a lot of value in buying a 800k+ home in Dublin and commuting 2 hours to and from the valley for work.

The new communities are making use of this inventory shortage to their best interest. But, that is their business. I hate going to open houses these days where agents proudly talk about multiple offers, market competition, "hot" market, and encourage their clients to quote 10% more than the list price. I don't want to single out agents here. Every agent is thinking the same, and they want to secure the house for their client. So, they want to stay in the higher range of the bidding war. And I have personally seen agents who ask clients to disregard the comps, as they say that the "market has changed".. BS..

I was ready to buy Windwood home at 720k, when I signed up. Because of their release plan, they called me when the price was low 800s. I passed it on.. I already felt 720k was high... I don't know if there is a right price for a house.. But, the price I see now are just not right...
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