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Sun Mar 2, 2014
Kylee Roe answered:
Hi Linda,
Are you referring to homes situated in a HOA there, condos or apartments? If you're referring to a home or condo, it's up to the HOA rules, wherever the HOA may apply. However most HOA's do allow dogs. Some limits on size are sometimes part of the rules. ... more
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Mon Dec 7, 2009
Ines De La Cruz answered:
Hi Fernando,
The interest rate if the one that determines how much you will pay for a loan principal on a mortgage. For example for a $100,000 mortgage at 6% you will pay $600 a month. If you were buying a house you will still need to add also the private mortgage insurance, taxes, homeowners insurance and condo fee (if it is a condo) to your total monthly mortgage payment.
Yo hablo Espanol y si quieres te refiero a alguien que te ayude a comprar en esa area.
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Sat May 22, 2010
Jim Walker answered:

The link is to Huell Howsers breathtakingly exciting, amazingly awesome expose of the Guy West Golden Gate Bridge replica that crosses the American River to bridge pedestrian traffic from Campus Commons housing area to the Sacramento University Campus itself. Golly!

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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Kristin T. Higgins answered:
Yes, but they need to be accompanied by their parents/adult, who is ultimately responsible for their safety. There are NO lifeguards on duty.
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Sat Oct 13, 2007
Erin Stumpf (Attardi) answered:
Campus Commons is a great collection of different condo communities. Where downtown will you be commuting? From Campus Commons, you can shoot directly down Fair Oaks Blvd to J Street, and be downtown during rush hour in 10-15 minutes.

There are not many downsides. The only real downside is the HOA dues in Campus Commons can be almost $400/month depending on which community you buy in. On the low side, HOA dues will be just over $200/month. These are meticulously maintained complexes with many mature, long term residents. My office lists many many properties in Campus Commons, and I tour many of them...In my opinion, you really can not go wrong there!

On another note, there is another condo community nearby called East Ranch - basically at the corner of American River Drive and Munroe in Sierra Oaks. Very nice, high end units there as well with a similar feel to Campus Commons. If you have not explored those as an option, ask your agent to show you. An agent in my office was telling me today about a new listing she has coming up there in the next week.

Please feel free to email me with more office is less than a mile from both Campus Commons and East Ranch...
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