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Home Insurance in Orange County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 18, 2017
Seth.jacobs asked:
Thu Sep 8, 2016
InvestorWize.com answered:
Treat it as if they are renting just like any other tenant. Make sure they qualify to pay the rent and that they can financially handle the payments and are showing that they are trying to save money to move out for the long term goal. If they are planning to stay longer check if the job they are working is a long term sustainable job that they have worked for quite some time. This shows they has a nice stable income and that there most likely wont be changes any time soon. If you want more info on this topic check out the following article.

http://www.investorwize.com/can-i-sell-my-home-and-rent-it-back/
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Tue Apr 26, 2016
Nicole Fedorchek answered:
Hello, Ginny!
I looked up your home, and the last two model matches sold just weeks ago for $805k and $865k. The difference in price was due to the condition of the home. The $865k was completely remodeled. I ran some neighborhood comps as well, and prices in your area are averaging around $792k.

Please contact me directly if I can be of any assistance to you!

Nicole Fedorchek, Tarbell Realtors
Gold Circle of Excellence
714-914-5097
realtornicolef@gmail.com
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Mon Jan 4, 2016
Kll answered:
The lawyer did not mention that the deductible. That parts has already make many homeowner unaffordable when any earthquake hits not to mention rebuilt.
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Sun Jan 18, 2015
Karen asked:
In Corona del Mar, the only way to build 2 separate homes on an R1 lot is to zone them as condos rather than single-family residences. Because these 2 homes are zoned as "condos", we technically…
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Thu Dec 11, 2014
Siberiancrush answered:
in general we insure homes in the Southern California area from $150 per square foot to $200 per square foot. Homes that are more customized will normally be insured for $200 per square foot to $300 per square foot. The replacement cost of the home for insurance purposes is not determined by the purchase price. You can learn more by going to www.Farmers Insurance CA.com ... more
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Wed May 22, 2013
Cheryl Fowlkes answered:
Thu Mar 14, 2013
Donald Stevens answered:
Yes it is obligatory, expecially in San Francisco. lol.
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Thu Jun 4, 2009
Donald Stevens answered:
The best question to ask when looking at replacement cost amounts is "What happens if this amount of insurance is not enough and my house burns to the ground, will they still pay to replace my home completely?" The answer to that question in writing will tell you alot about the policy and the agent.

The Home Insurance Specialist
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