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Thu Jul 19, 2012
Steve answered:
Mon Dec 20, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
Contact a real estate agent discuss short sale however requires lender approval.

File for BK, if you still owe money? Outside of Realtor professional code of ethics to respond to any of those types of questions.

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
972-699-9111
http://www.lynn911.com
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Jonee Hanson answered:
Many of the bank-owned properties and short sale properties have been purchased and the prices seem to have leveled out and not continued their free fall. There are a lot of great properties available and very reasonable prices and the properties below $500,000's are getting purchased the fastest. the interest rates have remained low and the $8000 credit for first-time buyers is going to expire in December. These first time buyers are out looking and buying so they can take advantage of this credit.

Jonee Hanson
Village Properties
jonee@joneehanson.com
805.455.6671
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Fri Apr 24, 2009
David & Marlene Macbeth answered:
I think the low end of the market is stabilizing in the Santa Ynez Valley just as it has stabilized in Santa Maria and Lompoc. We can tell because there are multiple offers coming in on properties in this price range as soon as they hit the spot where they should be priced according to current comparables. I have been a real estate broker for 30 years, 29 of those years in Santa Ynez. I have weathered at least 3 recessions of the market and the pattern is similar. That is not to say the great deal cannot be found as that will always be true with the banks wanting to move their REO inventory (Real Estate Owned through the Foreclosure process) and the short sales because of sellers in trouble. If you are waiting to buy for the market to bottom out, you will most likely miss it. If a seller continues to have pride in his property, maintains it and puts it in "Show Ready" condition and prices it within 3-5% of the current market comparables, it will sell. There are still individuals who will put in an offer that is below market value at this time but they have competition and they will most likely lose the house to a competitive offer. ... more
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Fri Jan 9, 2009
David & Marlene Macbeth answered:
The Santa Ynez Valley is a great place to raise children. My husband and I moved here 30 years ago from Manhattan Beach and have never looked back. This is a family oriented nurturing community that displays that in its compassion and interest in not only its students but its seniors and anyone needing a helping hand. Its schools are among the best. In fact, our high school was listed in Newsweek as one of the 600 best high schools in the United States. Our elementary and high schools all have high API rankings. We have a varied number of preschool setting where parents know that their toddlers and young children are receiving good care, appropriate education services and most important are safe until they get them at the end of the day. ... more
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Tue May 6, 2008
William Etling answered:
Browse my book, Sideways in Neverland: Life in the Santa Ynez Valley, here:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0595361900/ref=sib_dp_pt#reader-link
Or see lots of SY photos at the website below. ... more
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Thu Aug 16, 2007
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Mon Apr 23, 2007
Candy Mills answered:
Santa Ynez is extremely slow paced and crime is not a big part of daily life.
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