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Thu Jul 2, 2015
Mark LeMenager answered:
Ventura County Club is an interesting place because it's one of the few residential places in Orange County that allows short term rental. As already noted, it's a popular place for snowbird owners who can then rent their unit over the summer. ... more
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Sun Aug 10, 2014
Mark LeMenager answered:
It can be very hard to find places zoned for short term rental (less then 6 months) in Orange County. This would be a good choice for that option.
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Tue Jun 10, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
Really depends on the individual landlord/building, each is different and some are stricter than others, if all else fails, consider a guarantor; you can also try offering additional security, pre-paying some of the rent, etc. ... more
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Marc George answered:
Hi Holly - as of right now there is an unfurnished townhouse available in Ventura Village 3 bed/2 bath. The agent is Geraldine Lovato and her direct number is 321-377-5452. She may also have more information about other available rentals. Hope this helps!! ... more
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Wed May 15, 2013
Zahide Wallace answered:
Hello Brian,

I currently have a listing in Ventura within walking distance of the golf course and country club. Feel free to contact me directly for details. Zahide Wallace, Licensed Real Estate Agent, Keller Williams Lake Nona. 407-967-5142 ... more
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Thu Oct 25, 2012
Mark LeMenager answered:
Value is what the appraiser says to your lender the property is worth and it does not have anything to do with how much you may have agreed to pay for the property. LTV is the amount your lender is willing to give you. Quick example. Let's say the appraiser says the property is valued at $100,000 and your lender will do 80% LTV. That means they will loan you $80,000. If you have agreed to pay $105,000 for the home, then the extra $5,000 is down to you. There are of course contingencies in a standard contract that deal with such a situation as it does come up all the time. ... more
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