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Market Conditions in Guerneville : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 15, 2014
jeffsf2002 answered:
The weight limit for dogs is 50 lbs. The "yards" for the units are quite small and not suitable for keeping a dog in....some are fully fenced and some are not. The board of directors and management company do a great job at this development......just be aware that they do enforce the rules, especially regarding dogs on leash, parking restrictions, and no short term rentals of the units. I have a place there and it is really very nice and quiet....probably not the best place to buy if you have never lived in a condo community and can't or won't follow the rules. ... more
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Fri Jan 24, 2014
David R. Millar answered:
The Guerneville Market is very brisk! We need more listings and do not have enough inventory for the buyers that we have. If a home is market priced and in good condition we are seeing multiple offers. ... more
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Wed Jun 12, 2013
Michael & Donna Thomas answered:
I do not know why my question states that my location is Clearlake Oaks, Ca. I am the owner of this property and reside in it. Trulia does not have an accurate picture or location of my home. Nor for that matter a correct map site. please update your information Trulia. ... more
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Wed May 29, 2013
Terry Bell answered:
Hi Valerie, I lived in Redondo Beach years ago when I first came out to California from NY, and then moved up to Sonoma County. I've stayed and been up here a long time. I've lived in most areas of Sonoma County including Guerneville, so I'm very familiar with the area. Your search on "sold Condos", is not very accurate, because it is showing prices from before the market fell. If you are interested in property up her please give me a call or email. I would be happy to help you on your search. Best, Terry
Terry Bell, Realtor
CPS Real Estate
Sonoma County
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Fri Apr 18, 2008
Susan Bryer answered:
Hi Erik,
If you have experienced a reduction in the value of your property, yes, the Sonoma County Assessor's office will re-appraise it based on very recent closed sales data provided by you. The link below will take you to the Assessor's Office form to complete to apply for a property tax reduction. If you need help identifying three recently closed comparable sales (you'll see the place for this on the form), I'd be happy to talk with you and provide them. Or, you could contact the Realtor who helped you purchase your home as he or she would already by familiar with its features and could help you nail down good comps.

Best wishes,
Susan Bryer
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