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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Barkin Gilman Assoc answered:
In general, since this is not our area of expertise, we highly recommend you go over their recent sales and or current listings. It is all too common to work with a realtor that is not aware of pocket listings that are not on the MLS service, or for a realtor to pursue home owners that may not be looking to sell, but have interest in it. We do recommend having a realtor that specializes in a particular area precisely for this purpose. ... more
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Danny Chen + Hablo EspaƱol answered:
Hello PENNY,

How are you? my name is Danny Chen with Tarbell Realtors DRE# 01906909.
Due to the low inventory of homes, for the last 6 month+. Buyers are having a hard time purchasing the homes.

Factors that might affect your offer being accepted:
How are you planning to finance the new home purchase?
FHA, Conventional or Cash?
Are you Offering the right price for the homes?
Etc...

If you already have a good agent, you should just stick with him/her.
If Not please give me call, I would like to know your family and situation better so that I can do my best to assist you in finding your dream home, thank you.

Sincerely,
Danny Chen
Direct: (909) 343-8838
Email: DCHENPRO@GMAIL.COM
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Sun May 17, 2015
DebraChomes answered:
I see that you've posted you're looking to buy utilizing your friends 401k although further details regarding your inquiry would help me to answer your question, i.e. is the $15k from your friend? Are you the person with the "Very Good Credit & Stable Income?" Your inquiry ended with "working as..." nothing noted after.

Have you been pre-approved for a loan? If you are using your friends 401k for the down payment, this would be noted as a "gift", if she's not on the loan, etc. there are many other details that would need to be explained in using a friends money towards a down, which requires a gift letter, etc. I can explain what this involves in a clear and precise fashion if we have the chance to speak.

If you're looking for questions on what is the best and next step to take with a loan approval or locating property, and you have specific questions, please feel comfortable to contact me. I'll be glad to help.

Debra Chubb, Specialized Buyers Agent
Direct #951-313-3414
Email: debrachubb@gmail.com
www.chubbestates.com
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Mon Apr 25, 2016
Craig Chastain answered:
Please provide a property address as every home can be different.
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Mon Aug 26, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
It is rare for a subordinate lien to foreclosure , although it does occur. If they simply sold the note and no trustee sale occurred, your options are wide open .
Please clarify your equity position , neg or pos, and names of lien holders. ... more
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Craig Chastain answered:
Be aggressive and remain patient.
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Fri Sep 14, 2012
Leanne Austin answered:
You could work out a deal with a home owner to do a rent to own. There are not a lot of those opportunities out there right now, but they do exist. Better to work on your credit and get that in gear. It can be done quickly. Most home owners and even landlords are going to want to see you improving your credit in order to go into contract with you either on a lease or a lease to own.

Hope that helps
Leanne Austin
TheAustinRealtyGroup
Keller Williams
951.205.2657
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Mon Sep 10, 2012
KaRon Bryson answered:
Absolutely, Rick Mount, VP Paradigm Financial Group. Phone 909-962-8134 e-mail-rmount@paradigmfg.net. I have several satisfied buyers and sellers that he has worked for..
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Fri Mar 21, 2014
James Cottrell answered:
It may be possible to qualify for refi products depending on your scenario. I can provide a lender contact that can give you specific details for your situation.
James Cottrell
951-662-1576 ... more
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Thu Feb 14, 2013
Jory Blake answered:
Hi Joe, some loan programs / incentives have time requirements for staying in a home. If you have a standard FHA / Conventional ,Etc. loan , you can sell whenever you wish.

If you are unsure of what type of program you are in , I am happy to help.

Of course, I can also provide you a comprehensive market analysis of your home as well as seller net sheets , etc. without any obligation.


Sincerely,

Jory Blake
951.742.3751
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Mon Jan 18, 2016
Tom Whitman answered:
Dear Kvandry,

I do not beleive you need a business license to rent your home. However with the current financial

pressures most cities are enduring I would encourage you to call the city of Corona at 951-736-2275


Best Regards

Tom
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Wed Apr 27, 2016
Craig Chastain answered:
Hello,

Your base property tax would be 1.0% however you do have some special assessments and mello roos that equate to approximately another 1% more. So your total taxes paid would be approximately 2% annual on the assessed value of the home.

If you have any further questions please feel free to give me a call.


Craig Chastain
Realtor/Owner
Next Level Realty
909.243.4251
sellyourhomewithcraig@yahoo.com
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Wed Sep 24, 2014
Leanne Austin answered:
Contacting a title company is one way, there are also many resources online that could provide you with that information. With vacant land, it may be a little more difficult.
Any agent can typically provide that information to you as well.
I'd be happy to do so for you.
Please contact me with the information on your property and the location of the vacant land in comparison and I'll get you the info you are seeking. It is all public record.

you can reach me either by text or calling 951.205.2657, or email at Leanne@TheAustinRealtyGroup.com.
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Wed Aug 1, 2012
Craig Chastain answered:
Hi Lisa,

2 things; There is no property listed in which you are referring to, and the phone number has one too many numbers in it.

I can say though, that depending upon your current credit/income/debt scenario loans can be as low as 0.5% or 0% down for VA

Please call me or message me back.

Thank you.


Craig Chastain
Realtor/Owner
Next Level Realty
909.243.4251
sellyourhomewithcraig@yahoo.com
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Wed Jul 11, 2012
Trudy Carter answered:
Hi Rich,

We have 1 - 3 bedroom condos and townhomes in Corona ranging from $80,000 to $390,000.
I am sure I could find her something nice. I agree a townhome or condo would be best since the rental space at the mobile parks is usually pricey whereas the HOA fees are usually more reasonable than mobile park space rent.

Let me know how many bedrooms, what her price range is and any other pertinent criteria and I will be happy to assist her.

Trudy Carter
941 415 9002
homes@trudycarter.com
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Somewhere between 2 and 8%.
First of all; we don't know what you've negotiated in your Contract.
Then, we don't know your fees
Add to that, we don't know your propertie's previous taxes.
Then, if your Escrow closes in June, you'll only prepay 1 month's prepaid taxes,
but if it doesn't close until July, they will nick you 6 month's worth.

Your Realtor should guide you to your Escrow Officer who can do a hypothetical HUD1.
You are smart enough to be using a Buyer's Agent; right?
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Tue Oct 25, 2016
Carlene Blair answered:
Homeowners associations are created to protect and enforce the rules and regulations of the community. I advise you to talk with the association either by calling the president or attend a community meeting to voice your opinion. If the rules specifically state that you can't park in the driveway, then don't. If the rule is general and not specific, contest it at the meeting. (Please read your rules and regulations to know for sure, even if it sounds ridiculous.) ... more
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Tue Apr 26, 2016
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Sat May 26, 2012
Rich Conley answered:
Hello Swabby,

Many many reasons this could have happened. The most common occurs after the first year of owning a home. Impound accounts are usually reviewed annually. If it was discovered you were not paying enough, they may have had to adjust.

Additionally, many local government entities have the ability to draw money for projects and they usually find it from property taxes.

Some county assessors may use a three year period for evaluating home prices which can cause a delay in adjusting property taxes.

I have found, on several occassions, the county assessor's office is very helpful with explaining any given situation.

I would start by visiting this website for additional information.

http://www.assessorsoffice.net/countyappraisal.asp?state=California&county=Riverside

Have a great day!
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