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Market Conditions in Sonoma County : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Apr 5, 2015
solomel12004 asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/3196700411--Unit-0-Santa-Rosa-CA-95403?ecampaign=con_day_propertysearchforsale_bk&eurl=www.trulia.com%2Fproperty%2F3196700411…
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Sat Mar 28, 2015
Brandie Griffith answered:
Only if the houses are close to the same in age, location and condition can sq ft be a reliable source of value. Good luck!
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Fri Feb 20, 2015
Natalee asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/property/3160002171-525-Rosewood-Cir-Petaluma-CA-94954
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Sun Feb 8, 2015
Kristi Taylor answered:
About 40 minutes and a beautiful drive!
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Sun Sep 7, 2014
Dan Tabit answered:
Esquibc,
An average time is interesting but not always helpful. If you are on the market and not getting attention or offers, review the plan and pricing and make some changes. Sometimes the pictures aren't compelling or clear. Sometimes the descriptions are boring or nearly non-existent. Spice things up, use emotional descriptive terms that cause a buyer to want to see the home.
If you've had 10 to 15 showings and no offers, it could be price. Review the active, pending and recently sold comparable homes and reconsider this strategy. Best of luck.
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Tue Jul 15, 2014
jeffsf2002 answered:
The weight limit for dogs is 50 lbs. The "yards" for the units are quite small and not suitable for keeping a dog in....some are fully fenced and some are not. The board of directors and management company do a great job at this development......just be aware that they do enforce the rules, especially regarding dogs on leash, parking restrictions, and no short term rentals of the units. I have a place there and it is really very nice and quiet....probably not the best place to buy if you have never lived in a condo community and can't or won't follow the rules. ... more
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Thu May 22, 2014
Terry Bell answered:
If you're looking for a mobile home with low space rent, please check out my new listing in Rancho Grande! Rancho Grande is an over 55 park, and boast a security gate, large clubhouse and pool, and wide streets! ... more
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Fri Apr 4, 2014
Julie Sullivan answered:
Hi -
Prices are good right now and it is a sellers market due to many more buyers then available inventory. As inventory continues to rise, mainly because of the time of year (spring and summer being stronger sales months), there will be more inventory to satisfy the buyers needs. Prices are not predicted to fall much but level out and the crazy over bidding with multiple bidders at the lower priced properties may diminish. Please feel free to contact to me and we can talk about what your needs are. I have lived and worked in Sonoma County for 30 years and would love to help you find your next home here.
I look forward to talking with you,
Julie Sullivan
707-921-6237
juliemsullivan11@gmail.com
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Keep in mind that square footage costs do vary, and don't account for exact location and other considerations; therefore, it's really in your best interest to also review closed recently sold similar properties in the immediate area, and their final sales price... ... more
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Mike Stone answered:
Rina,

The market conditions in Windsor are still going strong. There is a limited inventory which is fairly typical for the winter market, although it is currently more limited than usual.

We expect a lot more inventory to come on the market soon (April/May/June) but that is usually when there are more buyers competing for that inventory also. If it were me, I would buy sooner rather than later with the prospect of rising interest rates and increased demand on the horizon.

In my opinion, Windsor, California is a desirable community with it's own small town city government, good local school district and a sense of community. It has recently been rated as the safest city in Sonoma County more than once. The Town of Windsor puts on a plethora of activities all year round and for all ages, which makes this a very family friendly place to live.

Almost any type of services you might need are either right here in Windsor or 10-15 minutes down Hwy. 101 in Santa Rosa. And of course San Francisco or Oakland are approximately one hour via freeway (generally speaking and not during commuting hours, of course).

If you have any more questions, just give me a call or send me an e mail:

Mike Stone
707-836-3445
Mike4realestate@yahoo.com

Visit my website at: http://www.sonomacountyhomepro.com
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Sun Feb 16, 2014
Mike Stone answered:
Hi Rina, 208 Patty Ann Court Windsor, CA is in escrow already. It looks like it's priced about right being in the Elsbree Estates area of Windsor (a desirable area) and at 2800 square feet, in good condition and far enough away from Arata to avoid the traffic noise. The link above goes to a Townhome located at 1031 McClelland Drive in Windsor, CA. In case you were referring to that property In my opinion it is priced a little too high. If you would like me to send you comparable sales for either property, just give me a call or e mail me. I'm a resident of Windsor and know the area well. If you would like to see listings that only include active/available properties in the search results, give me a call anytime or send me an e mail with your search criteria. You can also search for homes on my website, which only has active/available properties in the search results: http://www.sonomacountyhomepro.com Mike Stone 707-836-3445 mike4realestate@yahoo.com ... more
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Wed Jan 29, 2014
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Mon Jan 27, 2014
Gary Swale answered:
It depends on the location of the 50 acres and the foreseeable highest and best use for the land. Is it pasture land? Fenced? Commercial land? Utilities available? These factors all impact the lease value. ... more
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Fri Jan 24, 2014
David R. Millar answered:
The Guerneville Market is very brisk! We need more listings and do not have enough inventory for the buyers that we have. If a home is market priced and in good condition we are seeing multiple offers. ... more
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Wed Dec 25, 2013
Terry Bell answered:
This unit is in Brookwood Mobile Home Park in Rincon Valley. It's a lovely park with beautiful gardens mainted by the park and residents, and paths and brooks rambling throughout. Space rents are all over $800/m in this park, and this particular unit, is over $1000/m. Please give me a call or email for more info. I do a lot of mobile Home sales and can help you find just the right place to meet your budget. Terry Bell, Realtor
CPS Real Estate, Sonoma County
707-292-5712
TerryinSR@aol.com
www.TerrysHomes4sale.com
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Sat Dec 21, 2013
Jessica Standerfer asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental/3140807211-Single-Family-Home-Santa-Rosa-CA-95403
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Richard Paille answered:
“This property is to be placed in an upcoming auction. All bids should be submitted at www.auction.com (void where prohibited). All auction properties are subject to a 5% buyer€™s premium pursuant to the Auction Terms & Conditions (minimums will apply). Please contact listing agent for details and commission paid on this property.” ... more
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Richard Paille answered:
MBH Space Rent:

MBH Space rents change when a home is sold. The cost that a current tenant is paying rarely is the same that a new owner will pay. You must fill out an application.
Costs are running between $500 and $900 per mo. in our area. Size and location play a roll in the price of the space.
Once you are in, there is a provision in the law that says the MBH Park owner must limit the rise in the rent he collects. This helps people on limited incomes to make rent more affordable and allows them to remain in their homes.
About space… the final frontier! In my opinion it will always be an issue. You will occupy it. You might have to buy it, rent it or squat on it. It is a supply and demand issue. Much is up to negotiation.
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Jo Lasley answered:
Thu Dec 19, 2013
Lori Godwin, Realtor answered:
This property is currently not for sale but in this park the space rents are typically around $475 to $500 per month.
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