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Tue Mar 12, 2013
Jamie Tian answered:

This property is a pre-foreclosure/notice of default. This means that the owner has defaulted on his/her loan payments and the lender has filed a public default notice. The property is not currently for sale and if it does come on the market, it will not necessarily be at that price.

Are you interested in purchasing a home in this area? I would be happy to provide you with a list of available properties for sale that fit your criteria and set up appointments for you to view any properties you are interested in. Please send me your email address with your specific search criteria (price range, location, etc).

Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at (310) 717-1321 or

Best Regards,

Jamie Tian
Rodeo Realty
(310) 717-1321
DRE #01920120
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi Earla,

Which property are you referring to?

Ali, Community Manager
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Thu May 10, 2012
Boris Russanov answered:
A lot of homeowners advertise there. No broker fee.
Good luck!
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Sun May 13, 2012
Dorene Slavitz answered:
Wow Felicia, that is a hard hit, plus thinking about the best and fastest wall to move your should hire a professional which will cost on top of this. Since you will be working with a professional Realtor, they will give you all the guidance you will need on marketing your property. Most of us work in particular areas, so your agent is your best source of advice. ... more
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Fri Oct 22, 2010
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Thu May 6, 2010
The Hagley Group answered:
If you don't need the money, hire a good property mnagement company, collect the rent, enjoy the potential appreciation, and reap the rewards of another potential tax write off!
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Wed Jan 9, 2008
Kent Palmer answered:
You and everybody else. The Option ARM is going to go down in history right along side the S&L crisis of the 80's. I hope you have positve cashflow, a good tenant, and another couple of years before the ARM full adjusts.

If the condo market in Harbor City is anything like it is in Denver, it will be a while before you will be able to sell. We can't give them away.
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Wed May 13, 2009
Diana Douglass answered:
You can always look in the local Yellow pages but the best way is to call a local Real Estate office and ask what offices handle rentals.

Rentals take special handling so when you do get a list of Rental offices ask some questions. Like how long has the office handled rentals? Do they have E & O Insurance? Ask for references?
With you home on the market there are special problems. You need to have an agent that Knows the rental laws for showing the home to possible buyers, for eviction of tenants or required paperwork needed for the new owner/landlord at close of escrow.
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Fri Nov 2, 2007
Ute Ferdig answered:
The average days on the market only means that's how long similar properties have been on the market. The key is that the average DOM is only telling if the property is priced right. If you are not priced right, then average DOM is meaningless as the property will not sell no matter how long you keep it on the market. I think you may also want to know how many similar properties priced like yours have expired. ... more
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Wed Jul 1, 2009
Brett Dunne - DayBreak Group answered:

Ask your agent what is the average days on market. It might be that you are doing and have done everything right. You just need more time. The market in your area in not "microwave-able", it needs to be slower cooked in the oven. ... more
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