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Home Selling in 92805 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Mahesh Mike Patel answered:
Hi Kent:
There is a good chance that if you sell now, you may see a slight 'loss' on the sale, as you know prices have dropped since 2009.

You can decide to sell or rent, depending on your short or long term goal.
Colony homes, with any other homes are selling briskly. Right now there is a shortage of homes forms sale. If you put your home for sale, it will definately sale, question is what are going to do after the sale, with the equity , are going to buy another one etc?
Rental market is strong as well.
You will have no problem with renting out as well at a great rates.
Please call me or email me with specifics so we can discuss fiurther and i can provide with more resources. No obligtion!


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Thu May 17, 2012
Jeremy Lehman answered:
Looks like mid $400's at least, give or take depending on the specifics. The market has really picked up, so that will certainly help. We're seeing quick sales, full price (or more) offers, multiple bids, etc. Comps are limited, so you may have to feel the market out a bit. The good news is, with low inventory like this, you can try something new.

Let me know if you need something more concrete.

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Fri Dec 5, 2014
Thom Colby answered:
Ts -

You can list it on Craigs List under RVs, Consign it with one of the big RV dealers like Mike Thompson RV, or McMahan's RV or El Monte RV. You can also place an Ad in the newspaper.

Tell me a little about it and I'll ask around....

Thom Colby
RE Broker
Newport Beach & Palm Desert CA
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Sat Nov 10, 2012
Lisa Drobney answered:
Credit is affected. If you have been late, the short sale is viewed the same as a foreclosure. If you are not late on a payment, it dings your credit for about 3 yrs.
Can you afford to make the payments? Would you consider renting to a tenant? Could you afford to sell it for less than owed and bring money to the closing table. It might be possible to close on a new house with a deep discount so what you lose on the condo can be gained in the new a local Realtor and Mortgage Professional in your area. They will give you a free consult. A CPA could be a good reg also ... more
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Tue Sep 27, 2011
Anna M Brocco answered:
For an accurate answer do check with your local buiding's department...
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Wed Oct 15, 2014
Ingrid Ski Realtor answered:
Hi Outran, It is a possibility. Would need more information to give you a better answer.. Let me know how else I can help you.. Talk to you soon.. ingrid Ski Realtor
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Sun Jun 26, 2011
Karen Fenn answered:
Good morning,
If you mean termite inspector you can't do better than Johon Christiansen, Orange Coast Extermination.
He is honest, trustworthy and fair in pricing.
His office number is 714 538-5600
Good luck,
Karen Fenn
Prudential California Realty
Cell 714 742-3997
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Mon Jul 6, 2009
Bonnie Scribner answered:
What's the house address
Bonnie Scribner
Century 21 Discovery
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Sat Apr 11, 2009
George Saab answered:
Thu May 27, 2010
Karyl Moore answered:
If you HAVE to sell, 'short sales' are becoming more and more common. What that means is, the lenders will accept less than the amount owed. It used to be that if you had a second mortgage, you couldn't do a short sale but these days you are able to do so (at least in our area). This does affect your credit rating but it's not as bad as a foreclosure. Look for a local agent who is experienced with short sales because it can be complicated as far as paperwork, etc.

If you don't HAVE to sell, sit tight and try not to worry. Real estate always comes back, especially in California.
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Sat Feb 21, 2015
ScottSchang answered:
You would have to reference the listing agreement you signed with the listing agent. If it's an Exclusive Right to Sell the agent is entitled to a commission. If the Agent is not doing anything to market your home it would not hurt to just talk to them and ask if you can reduce the commission or cancel the contract.

Unfortunately the contract is binding but everything is negotiable if both parties agree

Hope that helps!
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