Please keep in mind that the McKeon Condos in Ventura are under two different associations. One has the necessary requirements the lenders need in order to give you a loan; the other does not and those homes are "all cash" investments. While this may not mean a lot to your right now, the implications are that some may be worth more and easier to sell down the road. It's not just a matter of owner-occupancy rates, although that plays a big role. One of the associations has litigation pending which no lender wants to see. To get the skinny on the dividing lines of the street names and any availability, call, text, or write me. Don't forget the "sister city" in Pt. Hueneme of McKeon Condos; also an excellent investment. These, too, are all cash buildings due to owner-occupancy rates. There are some changes coming in the FNMA guidelines that soon that will change the way lenders view condos. If you are serious about investing, do so now. Once these changes are in place it will make it easier to get a loan in these buildings and the flood gates will open along with rising prices. As it stands right now, there's a serious shortage of McKeons here in Ventura.