Trulia Community - Advice from neighbors and local experts

Find Your Community
We couldn't find that location. Please try again.
Get Expert Advice

Market Conditions in 91739 : Real Estate Advice

  • All28
  • Local Info2
  • Home Buying16
  • Home Selling2
  • Market Conditions0

Activity 9
Wed Mar 27, 2013
answered:
Please call me I have a 4/2 in Rancho for sale right now. 714-759-4232
0 votes 7 answers Share Flag
Sat Nov 17, 2012
Craig Chastain answered:
This property already has an accepted offer on it.

However the HOA is $186/mo
0 votes 5 answers Share Flag
Fri Jul 3, 2015
Vicki Mangold answered:
Supply and demand is definitely a factor. With fewer houses on the market, buyers compete by bidding up the price.
0 votes 10 answers Share Flag
Thu May 10, 2012
Craig Chastain answered:
It is possible, but you are definitely at the bottom of the barrel with that criteria. Right now I am showing 5-10 properties available within that scope. Give me a call and we can talk further.

Craig Chastain
909.243.4251
... more
0 votes 5 answers Share Flag
Mon Apr 26, 2010
Christine Armijo answered:
I would be more than happy to help you with this information. I would need either the address or parcel number to look up the property, and we can take it from there. Please feel free to contact me at 909-938-8655 so we can discuss this further. I look forward to speaking with you.

Chris Armijo
Coldwell Banker Integrity
#01806629
... more
0 votes 8 answers Share Flag
Sat Jan 30, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
When a pair of horses is put together you can almost never find 2 that are exactly the same strength. So what has to happen is the equipment is tweaked in such a way that the strong horse does not do all the work. The weaker horse ends up pulling almost as much of the weight as the strong horse does.

I know you are talking about a team of humans to work together, not horses. But the idea is similar. You set up your "framework" so that each person can work best according to their strengths and weaknesses.

You may find John, he is fantastic at everything to do with part a. But when it comes to part c he is not very good in it.
Fred, he has part c down pat. He can handle it every way it can come up.
Joe, he knows part b. No one can handle part b like Joe does.

If you create an atmosphere where people work together instead of against each other, you can have the weakest member in a certain area but the strongest team overall.

You sound like you will be creating a corporate culture at your workplace. Decide how it should look, and then do whatever it takes to make it happen. be cautious in who you hire. Choose those who have both expertise and the right mental attitude and approach for you and your business.

I wish I could give you more details. I can only try to give a basic framework you can build on. I hope that others will give better ideas. I also hope you can put together a team where everyone feels like everyone else is pulling their weight.
... more
0 votes 12 answers Share Flag
Thu Oct 29, 2009
Joan Braunschweiger answered:
Hi Lucy,

I know that I might be in the minority opinion here, but I honestly feel that if people need government help to buy a house, at tax-payers expense, then they are perhaps not ready to buy a house. Although there has been a definite increase in activity for first time homebuyers because of the tax credit, in the long run, I can not imagine this being beneficial.
People should buy a home when they can afford a home. $8000 should not be why they decide to purchase the largest investment of their lives. I consider that a bandaid on a huge, complicated problem which would be better addressed by dealing with the unemployment issues, not throwing good money after bad.
Just my humble opinion.
... more
0 votes 8 answers Share Flag
Sun May 25, 2008
Patti Fleming answered:
yes and the prices are falling very quickly even though the homeowners think otherwise (it takes 6 to 10m months to find someone who might be interested. It's also very hot there in the Summer ... more
0 votes 9 answers Share Flag
Fri Apr 25, 2008
Tisza Major-Posner answered:
Hi!

I don't actually think that they will fall by another 40% and truthfully, you and I don't really want them to. I know it seems that if prices were cut by an additional 40% it would be downright easy to find a home to purchase that you could afford, but the truth is that the reduction in price could be offset by the increase in interest rates that is sure to come - things can't stay this low forever.

Check out my blog where I did the math and discovered (much to my surprise as well) that the higher the interest rate climbs the more you wind up paying for your home - even with a lower purchase price. Here is the article (incidentally, it was picked up by some of the leading Real Estate and Mortgage information sites on the Net.

http://route66living.com/2007/08/whats-going-on-with-mortgages/

If you are a qualified buyer with good credit, an acceptable debt ratio and money available for a down payment then now is a great time to buy a home. There are lots of homes available and since prices have indeed come down from the stratosphere where they have been sitting for the past few years, I would highly recommend talking with a good Realtor to see what you might be able to buy now.

Feel free to give me a call, I would love to sit down and discuss your options with you.

Take care and have a wonderful day!

Tisza Major-Posner, Realtor, Keller Williams (909) 837-8922
... more
0 votes 8 answers Share Flag
Search Advice
Search

Followers

341