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Thu Aug 11, 2016
Angelica P answered:
Hello,

We are a real estate search engine so we don't represent the homes found on our site. Please follow these steps to begin your home search:

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Angelica
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Sun Feb 9, 2014
Cheryl Salzmann answered:
2014 is Win.Win. Year for Buyers and Sellers in Loma Linda, California.

The Market is HOT! Homes prices are in the 2005 range. New Listings are HIGHER.

With todays Low Interest Rates, purchasing a home, is more affordable than ever!

Sellers can now afford to sell their home and purchase another home.

Buyers can get more home for their money.

Currently, Loma Linda has a shortage of homes for sale.
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Sun Nov 17, 2013
Cheryl Salzmann answered:
Hi Deborah,
You can keep up to date on crime in any area by using crime mapping software.
Click on the link below, I put my office address and the date from Nov 1 to Nov 17,
at the top of the page, and then clicked on search.
I clicked on remove radius in the white box that appeared over the map &
then closed the white pop up box by clicking the x in the upper right hand corner of the box.

Copy and paste the link below or type crimemapping.com into your brower.
http://www.crimemapping.com/map.aspx?ll=-13050893.35384382,4037125.7104148953&z=14&mc=world-street&cc=AR,AS,BU,DP,DR,DU,FR,HO,VT,RO,SX,TH,VA,VB,WE&db=11/11/2013&de=11/17/2013

If you need help with the maps, or would like to know how to use this type of software to create a neighborhood watch, Give me a call.
Best Regards Cheryl 909 800 0650
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
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You are welcome, glad my information has helped point you in the right direction. Good luck with the process and we look forward to you moving here.
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
John Arendsen answered:
If you're interested in the San Diego market contact us. We have experience in this area. joseph@arendsengroup.com
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
Lon Mapes answered:
I would recommend talking to a different lender. From the situation you describe, I believe there are lenders that would give you a Home Equity Loan. Feel Free to contact me as I have relationships with all lenders in Loma Linda & Redlands market.

www.OrangehillRealty.com
(909) 307-1008
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
Cheryl Salzmann answered:
Mark
Are you a currently a tenant?

WayPoint Homes has a lease to own program.
I see some properties for sale with owner financing.
That is a good way to good if you have poor credit.

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The first step is to get pre approved with a lender.
Ask the lender what you can do to improve your credit score.
Sometimes it is simple.
I can email a list of homes to you, once you know what price you can afford.


Best Regards
Cheryl Salzmann
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Sat Nov 3, 2012
Cheryl Salzmann answered:
Tim
Call or Visit a Manufactured Home Dealer for a list of lots or land for sale.
Do a search on Google: Manufactured Home Dealer
The ones I know of are Age 55 + communities.

Although some of information is on the Internet.
The best way to research is to visit the City Planners and view the zoning maps usally hanging in their office.
Ask the Planner what areas allow mobile homes on unimproved or improved land/lots.
In Areas of the County, contact the County Planning Departments, ask for Current & Future Zoning Maps. Each City has a Planning department. Maps run $40 ++.
Also go to the City & County Building Departments, Code Enforcement, & Water Departments and ask for print outs or regulations regarding mobile or manufactured homes in parks, raw land or improved Lots. You can check online first.

Try to talk to the City or County Employees, they are a wealth of information.


Best Regards
Cheryl Salzmann
Realtor
DRE 01467267
cell or text: 909 800-0650
email: Cheryl9098000650@gmail.com
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Wed Sep 12, 2012
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I never recommend a consumer paying any debts before contacting a lender who is a credit specialist first. The reason is clear. In most cases unless you are successful in negotiating a settlement AND getting a letter of deletion, your credit score can actually go down. It never seizes to amaze me who people in this industry haven't learned that already.

Your credit repair has to be carried out on a two prong attack. First consulting with a lender who has Computer Programing Tools to correctly analyze which collections or charge offs (if any) should be paid off now and which ones can be paid through escrow. And second, there are sure fire ways to boost your scores within 30 days. PLEASE read my article(s) about this subject before you make another move. Then contact a good lender with credit restoration experience.

Best of Luck!

http://www.trulia.com/blog/george_raymondo/2011/03/how_can_i_raise_my_credit_score
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Fri May 4, 2012
Andrew Wilkinson answered:
Hi MonaLisa,

We don't have an address in Loma Linda. Our closest office to you is in San Francisco. You can find us at

Trulia Inc,
116 New Montgomery St, Suite #3
San Francisco, CA 94105

Is there anything I can help you with?

Andrew Wilkinson
Community Manager, Trulia Voices
andrew@trulia.com
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Wed Nov 30, 2011
Garrigus Real Estate answered:
The definition of a PUD is "Planned Unit Development". A condo can be considered the same thing.
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Wed Nov 9, 2011
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Wed Dec 8, 2010
Andrew Quezada answered:
Although prices may see a decline in 2011, there is a strong probability that the interest rates will increase. This means that even though you may be able to buy a home for a lower price, your payments may end up being larger due to the higher interest rate. I'd advise that you actively, but patiently, browse housing and when you come across a steal - jump on it! In the meantime, make sure all of your financing is in order because if you wait until you find your dream home - you may find unforseen problems that will delay your offer and possibly cost your offer from being accepted.

Andrew Quezada
Andrew@AQHomeLoan.com
www.AQHomeLoan.com
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Sat Jun 19, 2010
Cheryl Salzmann answered:
Hello,

As a Realtor Specializing in the Loma Linda & Surrounding Areas,
My experience in Single Family/Multi Family Sales & Leasing, Land Sales, & 1031 Exchange,
covers all of San Bernardino County, Orange County and Los Angeles County.
Limted experience in Riverside and Northern California Counties.

I deal with Clients World Wide. Many Happy Clients have purchased or sold over the Internet. .

4 Real Estate Services Above & Beyond The Standard of Excellence.

Call or text: 1-909-800-0650
email: Cheryl9098000650@gmail.com

I like to keep things E-Z!

Best Regards,

Cheryl Salzmann DRE 01467267

University Realty Inc.
Loma Linda CA. 92354
My office is located next to Loma Linda Hosptial on Anderson Across from B of A.
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Mon May 17, 2010
Kaitlyn Stockdale answered:
Hi Steve,

I work very close with rentals in the Loma Linda area. Like Scott said, the location and the condition of the home is the determining factor for rent price. In the WALKZONE (within walking distance of LLU and the VA) a 2 bed/1 bath can range from $725 - $925. The time of year you are finding a renter is also an important aspect to think about. Always keep in mind the schedule for the LLU students to determine the best time of year to rent out your property to get the highest amount of rent possible.

Please contact me if you have any questions regarding the 4-plex inventory in the Loma Linda area. I would be happy to help!

Kaitlyn Stockdale
University Realty, Inc.
DRE #01876238
909-796-0156
909-503-5979
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