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Wed Oct 30, 2013
Judy asked:
Sat Sep 21, 2013
Terry Bell answered:
You don't explain who represented the buyer in the contract. Whoever represented the buyer up to this point probably is expecting to be paid for work done. If you have a grievance, now is the time to quickly start talking to the broker of the firm or a real estate attorney to sort out your options. ... more
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
Daniel Harms answered:
Hi Lisa,

I would be happy to schedule an appointment with you to show you this home. If you would like to see it please feel free to call or email me.

Daniel Harms
Tarbell, Realtors - Upland
951-232-5382
dharms@tarbell.com
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Mon Nov 12, 2012
Hareem Qadir 951.750.4800 answered:
HI Adriana,

There lot of townhouse or condos in the area you're looking and price range being wide you have lot of option. Please call me @ 951.750.4800 to get all the details. I work in Corona/ Riverside area.

Hareem Qadir
951.750.4800
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Sun Nov 4, 2012
Cindy Vedder answered:
Hi,

Yes. The property is already pending sale.
If you would like additional help, do not hesitate to contact me.

Best Regards,
Cindy Vedder
Prudential Ca. Realty
951.231.8439 ... more
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Thu Sep 27, 2012
Bevery Shirley asked:
Thu Oct 7, 2010
Terry Bell answered:
You didn't say whether the "co-borrower" was willing to participate in being removed off title! If the party should have been removed during the re-fi, talk to the title co, but if the party is unwilling to sign, you will have to find a real estate attorney to consult with. Good luck, Terry Bell, Realtor, Santa Rosa, CA ... more
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Wed Oct 6, 2010
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Sun Sep 19, 2010
Robert Gursslin answered:
It all depends on the situation. Most senior communities will not let any person under 55 to stay more than a certain amount of time, usually 14 days a year. Every community has their own rules. Like the ones below stated that if your daughter or you have a disability you may be given a care giver exemption if that community has an ex exemption. ... more
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Sat Apr 10, 2010
David Hood answered:
Here is a good read on Arms-Length Affidavit on a Short Sale? with Web References below

What is the Reason For an Arms-Length Affidavit on a Short Sale?
An arms-length affidavit is a document created by a short sale bank in an attempt to prevent sellers from selling to a relative and to curb mortgage fraud. The reason the bank does not want a seller to transfer title to a relative in a short sale is because sellers cannot profit from a short sale.

Sometimes sellers make side agreements with relatives or friends to act as a straw buyer. Then, after the transaction closes, those pretend buyers quickly transfer title back to the seller. This practice, in affect, means the sellers have repurchased their home at maybe half the cost, which greatly benefits those sellers. But banks make the rules, and banks say sellers can't benefit. If they wanted sellers to benefit, they would have agreed to a loan modification.
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Sat Aug 15, 2009
Jesse Sierra answered:
Hi Topgun,

In Mira Loma that seems pretty high.
for $329k buyers are more likely to purchase in North Fontana.

What does your real estate agent think?
If you want a second opinion, email me your address so I can do a comparable sales analysis.

Jes Sierra, B.Sc., Realtor®


www.hellomynameisjes.com
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Wed Mar 4, 2009
Tara Steinke answered:
Jessica,

The easiest way to get comps to justify your reassessment is to ask the agent you worked with in your purchase to provide them to you. I always welcome an opportunity to re-connect and service my prior clients.

Tara

Tara Steinke
San Diego Real Estate Professional
Residential Sales and Appraisal
619-384-6014
mysandiegoagent@gmail.com
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Wed Mar 4, 2009
Michael Barron answered:
Hi there Jessica. I can help you with this. Just drop me an e-mail on this.
Kind Regards
Michael Barron
Realtor/MBA
First Team Real Estate
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Wed Jan 28, 2009
William Lopez answered:
Hi Alice,

Sorry to say, but it's in escrow...
There are two other homes in the area selling under $300K if you're interested.
Thank you,
William Lopez
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Mon Nov 24, 2008
Robert Vaughan answered:
Price was reduced to $299,900 on 10/24/08. According to the MLS it is still available but it is being sold as-is with no repairs to be completed.

This property has been in and out of escrow a few times. There is an addendum that the bank is requiring the buyer signs. If you are still interested in this property, please contact us and we can forward the addendum to you and we can contact the listing agent for additional details about this property.

Robert & Amy Vaughan
951-963-0163 x1000
info@successerealty.com
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Sun Sep 7, 2008
Trevor answered:
Hi Doggiedetailers

Your property sound great, outside of the obviose question "is it priced appropriatly" my only question would be is the property being marketed to its fullest potential? As the majority of interest for property is secured via online means you should consider enhancing the quality of your adverting, use better images and ensure you are listed on all the apropriate listing sites. Also try some non traditional advertisments such as www.youvu.com.au . where you can create a virtual showroom for your property which can be attached to all of your online ads. You Mentioned that you have at least 5,000 improvements there so why not show off a few of them to potential buyers and try and snag the elusive emotional connection to your property which will hopefully genereate an offer.

Good Luck
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Wed Apr 2, 2008
Ryan Lee answered:
Please provide the address and I can do a quick comp check for you.
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Sat Dec 8, 2007
David Hitt answered:
Nobody really can predict what the market will do. What I can say is the recent UCLA Economic Forecast stated that they think the market will not "bottom out" until 2009 or 2010. So if they prediction is correct your time frame for buying would be ideal. ... more
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Fri Dec 7, 2007
Christopher Walker answered:
Roxy, The first thing is that you must trust your agent. By asking this question, you may have doubts about your choice. If you can not trust your agent, their judgement, experience and advise....you need another agent. If you do trust your choice, let them be your guide and do trust your instincts. I don't think you have a simple answer here and you can not rely on "comps" when buying in this market as the MLS data is inaccurate at best and county recorder's offices are still backlogged and taking months to update sale data. If using true comp data from actual recordings, you will still be utilizing data that is a few months old and not a true picture in a downward trend. If you are buying as your primary residence and plan on staying put for more than 5 years, a small miscalculation wont be cause for too much concern. If this is a investment for you, I would recommend, based on this question alone, that you choose another investment vehicle.

In a neighborhood where few homes are on the market and foreclosure is rare, you may have to pay near asking. If in an area with a high percentage of recent N.O.D. filings and many on market, paying asking price may not be the best price. Again, if this will be your home for many years....choose a home you love and buy at a price your agent, the market, your finances and your gut says is good. REO's typically are set at a price with 5-15% "wiggle room" to allow for closing costs, additional repair items etc. BUT, in some area, there is much competition for homes, even in this market. If you are in one of those areas, the banks price may be the price you have to pay...or even more.
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