Is this property bank owned?

Asked by Vanessa Godoy, Hawthorne, CA Mon Apr 6, 2009

Are there any first time buyer loans or information i should know about?

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Erica Starkey, Agent, Danville, CA
Wed Apr 15, 2009
Vanessa,
There are some great loan programs and tax breaks for first time homebuyers. We have worked with a number of first time buyers and found some great deals. We work with lenders who also specialize in First time buyers and who have the best rates around. I would be happy to put you in touch with them so you can get started looking for a home. Visit my blog on Trulia to get recent information on foreclosures or visit http://jscarealty.com/communities.php for tips for first time buyers, foreclosures, and loan programs. You can also search for homes on our site. I would love to help you get into your first home, as I said it's a great time to buy! Let me know how I can help.
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Vickie Nagy, Agent, Palm Springs, CA
Mon Apr 6, 2009
Hello Vanessa Godoy,

For lots of great local real estate market information, visit http://www.VickieSellsHomes.com where you'll find posts on median home price, number of homes for sale, price of recently sold homes. You can also see the current status of bank-owned homes on the foreclosures tab.

Please contact me with any real estate questions.
Kindest Regards,
Vickie Nagy
Realtor® - ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SRES
Specializing in "GETTING YOU WHERE YOU NEED TO BE"
(925) 407-7987 cell
http://www.VickieSellsHomes.com
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Craig Lawler, Agent, Concord, CA
Mon Apr 6, 2009
Yes, it's bank owned but it went pending on April 3rd. But, there are other homes in the area that you might be interested in.

As a first time homebuyer, as long as you buy by December 1st, you can take advantage of a tax credit of 10% of the sales price, up to $8,000 maximum.

Here is a link with all of the details:
http://www.federalhousingtaxcredit.com

Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you with anything.


Craig Lawler
Security Pacific Real Estate
Cell: 925-698-2581
Craig@RealEstateCraig.com
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