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Property Q&A in Healdsburg : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Dec 2, 2013
Janice Torres answered:
It is currently under contract/in escrow. Are you interested in something like it?
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Sun Dec 1, 2013
Judy Csimma answered:
437 Tucker went into contract on November 29. Let me know if I can help you find something else yin Healdsburg.

Judy Csimma
Wine Country Group
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Thu Aug 22, 2013
Cheryl Gordon answered:
Hi Jim,

The property at 105 Fitch Street was built in 1869. It was built by Polly Reynolds and is called the Polly Reynold's House. Please let me know if you'd like any more information about this wonderful historic home.
Cheryl Gordon
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Mon Sep 17, 2012
penelope la montagne answered:
There is a moratorium of sorts on new Vacation Rentals in the downtown area. If a property you are purchasing is a vacation rental, you will likely be able to maintain that use. Otherwise if you purchase a property in the city limits, you can rent that property for a minimum of 30 days. There is no foreseeable change in that policy. In the surrounding countryside, properties that are zoned Land Intensive Agriculture have some newly adopted and rather stringent guidelines to be aware of. It would be wise to read the entire ordinance prior to making a purchase. To download a copy of the ordinance, go to ... more
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Mon May 21, 2012
Kellie Larson answered:
Hi Susan,
This property has an amazing building site. It is not in an agricultural zone but there is approximately 18 acres that designated plantable or suitable for livestock. Would you like me to forward you a package?
Kind regards,
Kellie Larson
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Thu May 3, 2012
Janice Torres answered:
There is a private well on the property. Because it is a bank-owned property, the listing agent does not have information on how the well is. That would be something a Buyer would have to investigate during his/her contingency period. ... more
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Thu May 3, 2012
Larrymuni asked:
This question is about this property:…
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Tue Sep 22, 2009
Kenneth Schrier answered:
Hey Tomi,

Yes, the property is a Short Sale which in general, takes longer to close. Most Short Sales take longer to close than a conventional sale because there is a negotiator assigned to the file. That alone can take months to get done. Also, a delay can be because there is both a first and a second mortgage on the property, both of whom want to be paid. If the first and second are with different banks, the stall can eternal and the home usually goes into foreclosure at some point.

If you have any other questions or need more information, let me know. It would be an honor to work for you.

All the best,


Kenneth Schrier Real Estate Group
Cell - 707-529-4819
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Mon Jan 19, 2009
Shannon Doyle answered:
Hi Alena,

Based on the info that you provided about the property, I have the property address and info about the foreclosure. My office tracks every single foreclosure in Sonoma County and we were able to look it up. The notice of default was filed on October 7, 2008. The notice of trustee's sale should be published any day now. The trustee's sale is where the home actually forecloses and is sold at the courthouse steps. Once that date is posted, it could sell in as little as 3 weeks. However, what you need to know is that just because it may be on track to be a foreclosure, many people work out solutions with their lender, file bankruptcy or navigate other options that keep the home from selling at the auction. Many auctions are postponed several times and some never end up selling there.
This property is not currently on the market for sale. So we have no way of going to see it. I am happy to track it for you and let you know once a trustee's sale notice is filed. In order to purchase it at the auction, you would have to pay all cash and I guarantee the bidding will start much higher than $18,000. But if it doesn't sell there (if it goes to the auction at all in the first place) it will go back to the bank and then come on the market as a bank-owned foreclosure for sale. These are called REO's (for real estate owned) If you are interested in learning more about this process or this property, I am happy to give you some more info. Thanks for your question and have a great day!
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Sun Jan 18, 2009
Lynn Bowen answered:
i Alena, this home is being advertised as being in default i.e heading down the path to foreclosure. The dollar figure noted on the ad would be the amount that the notice of default is related to.

It is not currently listed on the local multiple listing service as "For Sale" I assume it will be offered thru a local agent on the Multiple Listing Service in the near future.

I hope this makes sense, any questions feel free to contact me.

Lynn Bowen
Domaine Real Estate
Sebastopol CA
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