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Mission Valley West : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 20, 2016
Best way I can answer is this:

Hey, let's go browse around the neighborhood and have some dinner. Want to go to Mission Valley? NO! Way to much traffic and corporations. Let's go up to North Park or Hillcrest. The restaurants are awesome, great music too. And, the Hillcrest Farmers market is the BEST!

Welcome to America's Finest City (soon). Seriously, North Park and Hillcrest are among my favorite areas of San Diego.

All my best,

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Mon Nov 25, 2013
Mskoritchr answered:
Thanks for your initial responses ~ I am collecting disability and my husband will be looking for work ( he has been working from home for the past few years). We will be renting and looking for any low income or Senior housing available. ... more
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Mon Nov 25, 2013
JR Thrasher answered:
There are a few homes that fit your criteria. Click on the link in the web reference below to to see details.

J.R. Thrasher
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Tue Nov 5, 2013
Kari Shea answered:

We recommend you contact the listing agent for the property in the link.

Sherri Ann Souza-Adams
(619) 276-0352

Here is the website for the property:

Best of luck,

Mark & Kari Shea
Shea Real Estate
National Association of Realtors
CA BRE License 01713506
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Thu Oct 31, 2013
Cecilia Taylor answered:

Have your sister shoot me an email, and I will find the perfect place for her and her friend. Thanks for the opportunity.

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Sun Sep 13, 2009
Hannah Fliegel answered:
Hi Yvon,

If you are already late on your mortgage payments then the damage has been done to your credit rating. Typically other credit, such as credit card limits were reduced or closed entirely on you by now.

There is only one way to protect a credit rating prior to defaulting on a mortgage. Before you defaulted you would need to send the lender a "qualified written request" and then if you default in order to execute a short sale and the lender does report 'late payments' on your credit reports, this becomes illegal for the lender and they actually owe you money! Furthermore, the lender must remove those late payments. Understand that in the end the 'short sale' will remain on your credit reports however all the 'late payments' will have to be removed by the lender.

For the future, your credit rating will be much more favorable if you have a short sale that does not include late payments, vs. a short sale that does have late payments. This strategy works well for Foreclosures, Deed in Lieu and Loan Modifications as well. Good luck!
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Wed Aug 12, 2009
Listing Book San Diego answered:
Yes, You can start by signing up for a free Listing Book account on my web site. This will help you with your home search. The best tools there are for home buyers. Also you will want an experienced agent with many sales under their belt and customer service as their number one goal. Thats us.
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