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Thu Feb 21, 2013
David Norwood answered:
If you take all of the homes that have sold or are in escrow from January 1, 2013 to present, the average amount of time on the market has been 83 Days. However, the numbers are all over the place in that there are homes have been on the market for one day or as much as a year. There are too many factors in regards to home sales that can affect the Days on the Market: Price, location, condition, size, lot size, and marketing.

There is really no way to tell you how fast homes are selling today. I can tell you that if the home is priced within 2% of the market value, it will sell faster than a home that is priced 10% over market value. If the home is price below market value it will normally have several offers within the first week.

If you contact me directly at 805-471-0828 or David@Dnorwood.com , I can send you a list all of the homes that have sold or are in escrow in a format that you will be able to understand and you can make your own evaluation on DOM (Days on Market). Below is just a small sample of the variation you will need to consider.

Homes that went into Escrow or have sold after January 1, 2013. Grover Beach (Sample List)

CMA Report Grover Beach – This is one data source I am referring to. Link will expire in 30 Days. 3/21/13
http://loginlax.rapmls.com/Reports/ReportViewer.aspx?hidMLS=CCRM&emailReportRid=23412056&hidEntryPoint=ME

Days on Market – Grover Bach
20
35
34
146
29
10
160
80
106
61
287
13
35
22
85
114
83
324
40
52
203
58
83

If you are considering buying a home in Grover Beach and the Central Coast, please go to my web site at http://www.dnorwood.com/GROVER_BEACH.aspx


If you are considering listing your home please give me a call and with my appraisal background I can provide you with a Free appraisal.

David Norwood – Central Coast Real Estate 805-471-0828 David@DNorwood.com
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Sat Oct 6, 2012
Michael Byrd answered:
Sorry, but nothing in that price range presently. There is one in Grover Beach listed for $45,000 and another on Cienega listed for $42,000. In Mesa View there are two, a single wide for $14,900 and a double wide for $38,000. There are a lot of amenities in that park so space rents tend to be on the high side.

The link below will provide you detailed reports about these four listings.
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Thu Oct 4, 2012
Gina Mesa-Bianchi answered:
will this house on Ramona Avenue, be in auction?
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Sun Jun 10, 2012
Mack McCoy answered:
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Tue Apr 24, 2012
Phil answered:
Most single family homes in the 220-250k range are selling like fire.
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Tue Dec 29, 2009
Ken Taylor answered:
Don't stretch yourself to thin and become a slave to your mortgage payment. Some parts of Grover Beach are better than others. If safety is a concern, a call to the Grover Beach police department can tell you if there are any areas to avoid. Resale is going to be about the same for both Pismo Beach and Grover Beach.

Ken Taylor
805-748-0021
Century 21 Hometown
KenTaylorHomes@gmail.com
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Sun Aug 30, 2009
Ken Taylor answered:
Call or email me and I will look the data up for you.

Ken Taylor
Century 21 Hometown
805-748-0021
KenTaylorHomes@gmail.com
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Sat Jul 25, 2009
D answered:
Hello Tammi,

I would be happy to assist you in your search for a home. I can walk you through the entire process. Please call me or e-mail me with details on what you are looking for.

You can also search for homes on my website at www.slocoteamrhino.com.

Donna King
Broker Associate
(805) 441-7737
rhinodonna@kw.com
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Thu Aug 14, 2008
Laarni G. Omingo answered:
Hi Lorre,
You need to see a very good Real Estate Lawyer that will be able to deal with the banks. Please don't wait until the properties are sold. I hope your first call tomorrow will be with a very good lawyer.
BR,
Laarni
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Sun Jul 6, 2008
Tni LeBlanc answered:
Hi Frederick,
You should consult with a mortgage loan professional They would give yo the best answer to the current program requirements. Here is a list of local lenders, anyone of them could help you with that program: http://www.mintproperties.net/financing/lenders.htm
Hope that helps! Tni
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Fri Feb 15, 2008
Gina Salazar answered:
There hasn't been a sale (on MLS anyway) since 2004. There are 2 for sale on the same street one block over 676 S.12th, both are 2bed/2bath 1150 sq.ft., one is selling for $322,000 and the other for $329,000. Don't know if that helps... ... more
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Tue May 22, 2012
Ute Ferdig answered:
Hi Scott. That's a tough spot you are in. I am not sure I understand your question. You say you did not attempt a short sale because of a personal second. This suggests to me that your first is more than the current market value and you don't want or can't get rid of the second because it's a personal loan. If you sell at a loss without asking for a short sale, you'll have to come up with money to close escrow. Since I don't know how much the total debt is, it's difficult to assess what you should do.

If preserving your credit is important to you, you may want to sell at a loss and take advantage of the relo package (at least you would not have to pay the commission and closing costs). What's best for you will depend on factors that we do not know.

My recommendation to you would be to seek the advise of a tax professional who can take a look at your overall financial situation and advise you which route will have the least adverse effect on you. Anything we Trulians have to contribute will be based on speculation and could do more harm than good.
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