The problem, you and everyone else will be at that auction bidding on the same property.
We as a company offer a opportunity to use our service. We purchase auction properties then sell them to our investors at 70% Loan to Value. Usual earnings 10% to 30% per month. We even have an end buyer that will buy any properties that we acquire.
We get list of 15 to 20 properties a day from an exclusive list of all types of auctions. We do our home work prior to the auction so we know what properties to bid on.
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I doubt the Dept of Consumer Affairs can do much to help you since they can't control what people post on the internet. And I'm not familiar with BRE but you may want to contact Trulia about posting warnings or monitoring their feeds more closely. Unfortunately, when it comes to the internet, it's pretty much open to anyone to post whatever they want.
Very smart choice! One of the decisions to be made is whether the home you choose in the Poway Unified District happens to be in a Special Assessment District (Called Mello Roos) which can add several thousand dollars per year to you tax bill. In this district you will find some areas with and without the Mello Roos. You will also find that the newer areas with this extra tax have some pretty remarkable newer school buildings, parks, etc.
If you have kids a smart place to go is www.greatschools.org where you can get a remarkable amount of information on each individual school in terms of test scores, teacher salaries, etc. At this site you can put in the address of a home you are considering and can get the specific ranking of the schools that would be for kids at that address.
There are plenty of Realtors that can provide you knowledge and service. I would be delighted to have the opportunity to be considered.! Regards! Dan Dennison, MBA
Typically rents in September are higher than what they currently are now. It really depends on the market and how many vacancies the community has. Generally there are more people moving in the summer months so since the demand is higher the rates increase. If you have any more questions feel free to contact me: email@example.com... more
May I suggest our interactive website http://www.fbs-pm.com/renter-services/rental-search/ This website can also be uploaded as a mobile version so you can see what's available on your smartphone including video tours of the houses, condos and apartments in which you have interest. This same interactive site allows you to apply online, assist you with our lease documents and get you moved in to your new home. Later you will have a secure place to pay your rent online and thereby never have a problem with late rent penalties. If you have a maintenance issue you can communicate the same way. We provide personal resident care with technological convenience.... more
Currently, I have 11 homes that are rentals in Scripps Ranch. They range from a 1 bedroom, 1 bath for $1200/mo to a 5 bedroom, 4 bath for $3500 /mo. The rental market is very active now. The homes that are listed on the MLS can only been shown by a Realtor ( unless they are also posted on other sites).
Please let me know if you need help.
I can send you a free list of rental homes in San Diego. Please visit my website www.militaryhomesinsandiego.com or contact me directly. I will need to know your price range to tailor the search to only those homes that meet your criteria.
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Walter knows what he is talking about here. The reality is that if you don't sign it you probably will not be able to close. Your state contracts may go over this type of thing but maybe not in so many words. It's not uncommon for you to sign off on the condition of the home at closing.
Consult an attorney on your rights as a buyer in this regard.... more
Hi! Aaron Hernandez,
What are you looking to rent? Residential, or Commercial.
If you're looking for affordable office space, or warehouse space in east county, I can help, go ahead and give me a call at (619) 208-6799 ask for Julian.... more
Hi, you need an agent that will have you 100% ready to go when the right REO that fits what you're looking for comes on the market. I would love to help you. Also here is a great blog post about San Diego Foreclosure Lists http://www.dawnsellssandiego.com/blog/2009/list-of-san-diego-foreclosures/ . Also a link to my site to search for foreclosures, pre-foreclosures and auctions. http://www.dawnsellssandiego.com/SanDiegoForeclosures.amsp
I am a mortgage banker and broker and do business with Wells and 30 other banks. I can shop the loan for rate, service and your qualifications. I work with first time home buyers and agents all the time and i can provide you many references you can call. If you are interested please give me a call. Funny i was just talking to a husbank married to a Wells Fargo mortgage consultant and he is calling me for the loan.
If you are concerned with the fact that yes, in many price ranges their is a higher ratio of bank owned and short sales in comparison to standard sales, don't be. The oncoming of these "distressed"properties only suggests that it will effect the sales price of the standard sales over time. However, the specific areas of RB and Scripps have faired out very well in comaprison to other areas in our county. If you are looking to purchase in Scripps or RB the key factors are; 1)have you been approved and if so what amount, 2)your timeline for purchasing...meaning is a lease running out or is their a set time in your mind that you need to move into your own home by? 3)It is great to get out their and do your own search. But, I would also advise you to begin building a relationship with a relator who can help you hone down what it is exactly what you are looking for and making sure you are making a wise investment.... more