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Wed May 4, 2016
Ooo0001 asked:
Fri Jan 30, 2015
Jacquie Yekmalian answered:
Excellent feedback and no offers tells me its price. Any home in any condition will sell if price is close to what the market is willing to pay. If you have had a market value done by a Realtor or asked an appraiser to come and appraise your home you should list around or slightly under that range.

Hope that helps.
Good Luck
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Thu Oct 23, 2014
Arpad Racz answered:
Hi,

Perhaps having your local agent run comparables on the property would be a good way to see what the Actual fair market value range would be.

Kind regards,

Arpad
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Mon Aug 25, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
One last note, in situations like this having the rent amount held back by escrow or paid to the buyer in advance is added insurance. Some companies don't like to do this, but if you push it or think creatively a solution can be found before a situation like this exists. ... more
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Tue Jun 3, 2014
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
Cliff Stanwick answered:
Go to the website below they have all the sales since the beginning February 2013
They have a monthly sales recap of Loomis Home sales/
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Sun Dec 30, 2012
Jim Walker answered:
The essence of a sale of real property is the conveyance of marketable title.
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Fri Dec 28, 2012
Claudia Muller answered:
Heads up on the loan modification.
If the modification is for the next 30 years and the full balance, you are good to fund a new loan.
If you loan balance was modified, you may not be eligible for new financing. Look into that ... more
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Sun Nov 11, 2012
Robert Chomentowski answered:
I'm not sure banks are renting foreclosed homes yet. Although there is some talk of Fannie/Freddie doing that.
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Wed Oct 5, 2011
Anna Ruiz answered:
Rentals in Loomis Penryn area are in high demand for sure. I live in Penryn and am always looking for rentals for clients. People love the schools so they want to live here. It does typically run $1.00 per foot but can be higher if there is property attached as well. (in case people have horses or somehing like that. Location is always somthing to consider . If you are far out in Loomis (away from everything ) it might be a tad cheaper. If you want good renters , keep the rents low as they will always take care of the place beause so few come up in this area. Tenets unsally take care of utilites with the exception of water or if you have a landscaper as you want to keep th lawn nice! Good luck and if you need more advise, dont hesitate to write back!

Anna Ruiz
local real estate agent
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Wed Jul 21, 2010
Lisa Welsh answered:
Did you find your dream agent? I'm sure you got about 50 responses. Wishing you well and hope you found your perfect home!
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Fri Jun 4, 2010
Byron Streitz answered:
Initially it does sound unreasonable, however, there are a few good reasons why move in before recording is not allowed without a specific written agreement.
First and foremost is liability - Technically the bank still owns the house. If someone is injured, they are liable, also, heaven forbid, should a fire start the the owner is liable for that as well.
That being said - in Placer and Sacramento counties the cut off time at the recorder's office is 2 to 3 pm. If title can get the deed to them in advance of that time, there is a very good chance it could record and make this a non issue.
Occupancy prior to close in California especially is a sticky issue. As you know we live in a very litigous state and a state that favors renters over landlords. There are a lot of things that could go wrong, and our friend Murphy works 24X7. We encourage our clients to avoid occupancy prior to close and focus on getting the close to occur as expeditiously as possible.
I know this is not exactly what you wanted to hear, and hope it helps to know it not just a realtor or a seller being unreasonable.
With Warm Regards,
Byron Streitz - Broker Associate My Norcal Agents Team Connect Realty
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Sun Mar 7, 2010
Michael frank answered:
Hi!

The original question was askied in October of 2008 so I do hope Ms. Radcliff was able to sell her home!

I wanted to add my experiences to this post. I agree with both Byron and Lisa's answers below.

My experience has been: "A house will sell for the price a buyer is willing to pay, no more, and no less"

When I was first licensed as a real estate agent in 2002, my very first listing I had wasn't selling...

I sat down with a very experienced, long-time real estate agent in my office and asked her why she thought my listing wasn't getting any offers or showings.

I went through every detail about the property, what I liked and disliked about it, etc., etc.

She just smiled until I was finished and then told me: "It is ALWAYS about price".

She went on to say that it doesn't matter about anything else because until the price is right, the property will not sell.


And now years later it shows that she was right every single time!

Best Regards,

Mike
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Thu Aug 27, 2009
Teri Andrews-Murch answered:
Kevin,
I will have to recommend that one be answered by a tax professional. Are you talking about an FHA non-occupant co-borrower loan? or something else?
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