You would have to take Golden Gate transit routes 40/42 which runs through Richmond to the San Rafel transit center and transfer buses . Route 40 is an express version of route 42 and operates peak weekday periods only. Then you would have to transfer to a Marin Transit Bus #22 to Corte Madera.
In general a homeowner will be exempt from the new laws and will be able to offer seller financing on their own house. For more details check out this link http://www.realtor.org/government_affairs/seller_financing
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The market is not softening as elsewhere in the country. Limited space and high demand have caused the prices to edge up. Houses that are priced right are getting multiple offers again. Homes stay on the market around 40-60 days.... more
It doesn't matter what kind of home you're buying in Corte Madera; you have to look at the comparables of recent sales and current actives to determine if the price is right. Use all the normal gauges: location, size, amenities and condition, then look at the Days on Market. From that your agent will help you decide what the best offer is.... more
As always, that is a question for your tax adviser and your mortgage broker, who should be talking often. However, whatever they say, don't pay more than makes you comfortable, even if logic tells you it's okay.... more