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Fri Aug 18, 2017
Denise answered:
Thu Jun 1, 2017
Jeanne Salter asked:
We have a commercial office rental that is all of a sudden showing up as a 1 bedroom, 1 bath multi-family home on Trulia (https://www.trulia.com/rental/4017774303-555-S-13th-St-Grover-B…
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Mon Jul 11, 2016
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Sat Apr 9, 2016
Xotchil Danio asked:
We have 2kids, 1 with a disability and my husband is soon to be 55. Can we live in a 55 place?
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Sat Jul 4, 2015
Cindy Davis answered:
Honestly? Because the developers of Trulia are not Realtors - they are IT professionals and don't know what's impotant to home buyers!
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Thu May 15, 2014
Kent Turansky answered:
Hello Brook,

Not sure because you don't have a listing attached to the question. Hopefully they have a sidewalk which could be used for both cycling and hiking.

Kent
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Sat May 18, 2013
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
How about this as a quick answer -

YES.......YES................and......... YES

(not to mention you'd never be approved for a loan under those circumstances, with financials like that) ... more
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
David Norwood answered:
If you take all of the homes that have sold or are in escrow from January 1, 2013 to present, the average amount of time on the market has been 83 Days. However, the numbers are all over the place in that there are homes have been on the market for one day or as much as a year. There are too many factors in regards to home sales that can affect the Days on the Market: Price, location, condition, size, lot size, and marketing.

There is really no way to tell you how fast homes are selling today. I can tell you that if the home is priced within 2% of the market value, it will sell faster than a home that is priced 10% over market value. If the home is price below market value it will normally have several offers within the first week.

If you contact me directly at 805-471-0828 or David@Dnorwood.com , I can send you a list all of the homes that have sold or are in escrow in a format that you will be able to understand and you can make your own evaluation on DOM (Days on Market). Below is just a small sample of the variation you will need to consider.

Homes that went into Escrow or have sold after January 1, 2013. Grover Beach (Sample List)

CMA Report Grover Beach – This is one data source I am referring to. Link will expire in 30 Days. 3/21/13
http://loginlax.rapmls.com/Reports/ReportViewer.aspx?hidMLS=CCRM&emailReportRid=23412056&hidEntryPoint=ME

Days on Market – Grover Bach
20
35
34
146
29
10
160
80
106
61
287
13
35
22
85
114
83
324
40
52
203
58
83

If you are considering buying a home in Grover Beach and the Central Coast, please go to my web site at http://www.dnorwood.com/GROVER_BEACH.aspx


If you are considering listing your home please give me a call and with my appraisal background I can provide you with a Free appraisal.

David Norwood – Central Coast Real Estate 805-471-0828 David@DNorwood.com
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Sat Oct 6, 2012
David Norwood answered:
Currently there are no trailers in parks in Grover Beach for $25,000 or under. However, if you have good credit with $25,000 down, you can purchase a on single family home with a low interest rate. Your loan payment would be lower than if you paid the park fee of $825.00 and you would live in a real home on land you own.

For example, you can by a $175,000 single family home with $25,000 down you would have a loan payment as low as $717,000 at 4%, it would cost less to buy a normal home that will gain equity faster than a trailer. Also, you can also get the seller to pay all of the closing costs.

You can view all the available Grover Beach and all of the Central Coast Single Family homes, and Condos, on my web site at http://www.dnorwood.com/GROVER_BEACH.aspx or Call me and I will be happy to find you a home that you can afford.

David Norwood-Central Coast Real Estate 805-471-0828 David@DNorwood.com
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
David Norwood answered:
Please give me a call and I will be happy to let you know which homes in your area are subject to being auctioned.

You can also look on my web site at http://www.dnorwood.com/GROVER_BEACH.aspx If the home is listed on my site, it is not very likely it will be auctioned soon.

David Norwood-Central Coast Real Estate 805-471-0828 David@DNorwood.com
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Sun Jun 10, 2012
David Norwood answered:
It is very likely there will be asbestos in a home built in 1964. If you are planning on remodeling the home yourself, I would suggest buying a suit designed to protect you from asbestos, which is what a contractor will do. If you are exposing areas to the exterior, you will need to tarp those areas to contain asbestos. I would suggest before opening areas in the home into the environment you have a contractor look at the project and give you an estimate for any work that can be potentially hazardous. I can provide you with a contractor if you email me at http://www.dnorwood.com/contactus.aspx 805-471-0828 – David Norwood – Central Coast Real Estate. ... more
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Tue May 22, 2012
Randy Wilson answered:
Can you refi? Rates are soooo low and the market is getting hot in many Ca. areas. Low inventory usually means prices may firm up.
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
David Norwood answered:
Phil – That is kind of a loaded question, as homes in Oxnard can vary in price from as low as $100K to as high as $20M. What price point are you interested in? If you give me a call I may be able to answer your questions about Oxnard’s Real Estate Market. 805-471-0828 David@Dnorwood.com ... more
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Tue Dec 29, 2009
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Dear Heart,
The rule of thumb is to buy in the very best area you can afford. Good areas always appreciate faster, and hold their value as well.
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Emily Erekuff answered:
Hi Mar,

The link below may be of some help. It shows 2 bedroom homes in Grover beach that have sold in the last 9 months and page two shows sales in February and March of this year. You can also use the search filters on the left side of the page to refine your results further by bath, property type, square-footage, and more.

I hope this helps you. Please let us know if you have any further questions or any feedback for us.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Community Moderator
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Sun Aug 30, 2009
Ken Taylor answered:
Call or email me and I will look the data up for you.

Ken Taylor
Century 21 Hometown
805-748-0021
KenTaylorHomes@gmail.com
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Sat Jul 25, 2009
Johnny Costa answered:
Tammi,

There are a number of renters just like you that are seeing that as the market continues to shift, they are able to purchase a home at nearly the same monthly costs as renting.

You may notice that many areas in California are now seeing multiple offers on properties in the lower prices ranges. This is because it has become affordable again to own a home.

As others have written, it is time for you speak with a lender and get pre-approved for a home mortgage.
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You can find a Realtor that can show you what homes might be in your price range, then decide for yourself if it is worth taking the next step away from paying someone elses mortgage, and start paying your own.

To answer the last part of your question, a home doesn't necessarily need to be a foreclosure to be a good deal. There are many motivated sellers in the market that will negotiate with you, and are a LOT better to deal with than the banks.

If you have time and patience, you might want to consider looking at short sale homes.

Hope this helps. Good luck.

Johnny
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Thu Aug 14, 2008
Jerissa Parkhurst answered:
As everyone has said, it is definitely important for you to contact a real estate lawyer. If you need a referral to a lawyer that handle real estate law in San Luis county, please don't hesitate to contact me. Before you meet or speak with the lawyer, I would suggest writing down all fact that you know and when you learned of these facts. Have you talked with anyone? Who and when? These will give you lawyer some background and save you time and money and some frustration, hopefully, in the end.

My phone number is 805.596.4479 or email me at jparkhurst@cbsanluis.com if you are still in need of local assistance.
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Sun Jul 6, 2008
Tni LeBlanc answered:
Hi Frederick,
You should consult with a mortgage loan professional They would give yo the best answer to the current program requirements. Here is a list of local lenders, anyone of them could help you with that program: http://www.mintproperties.net/financing/lenders.htm
Hope that helps! Tni
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