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Market Conditions in Vallejo : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 30, 2013
Tim Garton answered:
St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church

3450 Tennesse St
Vallejo, CA 94591
(707) 553-1355
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Wed Oct 9, 2013
Tim Garton answered:
Hi Elliot,
We have 103 homes active listings in Vallejo today, roughly 12% of those listings are distressed properties either short sales or foreclosure. Cash buyers are aprx 40% of our closing in Vallejo cash buyers state wide is 26% cash purchases so there is a difference. Multiple offers are still common in Vallejo but less than during the summer months. Please call me for further questions 707-315-5555 or visit my website

Thank you
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Sun May 12, 2013
Joseph Chavez answered:
The HOA fee in Hiddenbrooke is $55.00 per year ... BUT there is a Landscaping / Maintainence fee that is included in a form of a annual supplement tax, that amount is approx $2000 per year. You can actually visit their website for more specific information ( I actually own property in Hiddenbrooke) ... more
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Fri May 11, 2012
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Thu Jun 2, 2011
Ron Thomas answered:
Catherine is right:
You need good help.
Please call Mike Rowland at Windermere Rowland Realty, 400 Appian Way, El Sobrante.
510-222-9150 or e-mail at
Mike is all aces; integrity and professional. You will like him. ... more
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Thu Feb 24, 2011
Ryan Mitchell answered:
I have had good success with my rental homes by advertising on Craig's list and putting up yard signs. My last renter drove the area they wanted to live and called me off the sign in the yard. ... more
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Sat Dec 8, 2007
Ron Thomas answered:
Real Estate is tremendously complicated.
Let me give you just one set of facts to help you get off the fence:
Let's hypothesize that you wait one year to buy, and in that year, the house you want DROPs another 10%!
That's a lot, right? But in that year, your interest rate goes from 4 3/4% to 6 1/4%, just 1 1/2%
Your monthly payment on a $450,000 house would go UP $144 per month!

So, by waiting, you are betting the cost of the house will go down and that interest rates will not go up!

Good luck.
ps. check out my Blog "To buy or Sell" for historical Home Prices and Interest rates.
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