What are the HOA fees? Is there a little patio?

Asked by Bruce Baudean, Sebastopol, CA Wed Jan 11, 2012

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Kamal Randha…, Agent, El Sobrante, CA
Wed Jan 11, 2012
Hello Bruce

This property is no longer available but I can show you similar properties if you like. Also, are you buying as in investment or for yourself? It might be better to find a small detached home ..so you can avoid HOA fees and its a better sell later down the line.
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Neil Case, Agent, Martinez, CA
Wed Jan 11, 2012
The HOAs are $310 per month in that complex. But that unit is no longer for sale. Or at least it is not on the MLS right now. The last agent to list the property back in 2011 is a friend of mine. I would be happy to check with her to see if she knows the current status.

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