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Sat Nov 2, 2013
Robin Grant answered:
Hi there!--Email me directly at RGrant@hklane.com and I will email you all of the leases in NLQ under $1300.00 Thanks! Robin
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
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Mon Sep 16, 2013
Wendy Formica answered:
Lee,
There are 60 properties currently listed for sale in Trilogy. The average list price is $462,793.Average price per square foot is $210 for an average 2041 square foot home.Homes are taking approximately 112 days to sell.Trilogy is a wonderful active active adult community with many amenities.

If you currently live in the community, I would be delighted to provide you with a no obligation market valuation.
If you are new to the area and would like to see what is offered for sale in the community, I would be happy to give you an area tour of the property and the homes for sale.

Give me a call if I can be of assistance.

Wendy Formica
Keller Williams Realty
760-567-2332
wendy@wendyformica.com
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Lon Mapes answered:
Hi Lynn,

We'd be happy to assist you with info on this home and others in La Quinta. We have an office on Highway 111 on the La Quinta-Indio border. My top Agent in that office is Dale Furman. She lives in La Quinta and knows the market inside out. Her cell# is (909) 855-8895 and her email is Dale@OrangehillRealty.com ... more
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Sun May 17, 2015
Henry760 answered:
Canadians also beat locals for purchase we live here all year they don't.
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Sun May 17, 2015
Laura Feghali answered:
Hi Patricia,
Why don't you call the listing agent who's number is on the Trulia listing page to find out the amount of HOA dues as he can also provide any other information about the property.
His number is: (760) 578-1503.

Good luck to you!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Cindy Davis answered:
You need to meet with a reputable lender in your community to see what's available to you. Only by going through the process will you know what your options are.

Best of luck.
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Kathleen O'Keefe answered:
$377 per month. Listed at $459,000,this is a 3320 sf single family home located conveniently in the Lake La Quinta community.

Let me know if you have any further questions,

Kathleen O'Keefe
California Lifestyle Realty
#01355403
760-567-7822
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Sun Jul 28, 2013
Shane Milne answered:
Conforming loan limit in Riverside County, CA is $417,000 for 1-unit, $533,850 for 2-units, $645,300 for 3-units, and $801,950 for 4-units.

The official website to check conforming & FHA loan limits can be found at https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/hicostlook.cfm - just select either "FHA Forward" or "Fannie/Freddie" from the "Limit Type" drop down menu.

Keep in mind the FHA loan limit in Riverside County, CA is higher - $500k for 1-unit, $640,100 for 2-units, $773,700 for 3-units, and $961,550 for 4-units.

Shane Milne | Lending in all 50 states | NMLS #81195
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Fri Apr 29, 2016
Wendy Campbell answered:
I think its just a coincidence! The best way is to have an agent show you the listings in there, such as myself! I live in La Quinta and my cell is 760-587-6009! I'm happy to make an appointment to show you the available listings! ... more
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Sat Aug 25, 2012
Gary Williams answered:
HOA is $233\mo includes cable, guard gate, trash pick at house and front landscape. Still avaliable
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Sun Aug 26, 2012
Larry Hansen answered:
Great question, but difficult to give a full and complete answer on this forum. I you would like to contact me offline, I can update you. Thanks!

Larry Hansen
Broker / Owner
Calif Desert Realty
760-668-2486
Larry@CalifDesertRealty.com
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Thu Sep 27, 2012
Susan Eidler answered:
Hi Lennart,
This would be a good time to buy just in time for Back to school. So don't wait much longer or the rental could take much longer to find!

Susan Eidler CRS
Desert Dreaming Realty
Ca license 01224568
760 341 3172 cell
susan@desertdreamingrealty.com
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Sat Apr 30, 2016
Ron Thomas answered:
There are two parts to getting a Loan;
Your Credit Score/History of repaying your debts, and,
You Job History, your abilty to repay the Loan.

If you don't have money coming in, how do you expect someone to loan you money? ... more
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Tue Sep 18, 2012
Missy27 answered:
It cut me off above I'm w ColdwellBanker in Newport Beach..looking for 2 nd home as described above...If you have a listing please help.. I will also consider a REO under 150k..I love the desert! Thanks Melissa M. Schmand 949-689-1103 or melissa_beach@live.com ... more
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
Either they are still in Foreclosure and you are looking at a Shortsale, or
You are looking at Squatters or the Old Homeowners who are still living there.

If the House is Listed on the Local MLS, then there will be a Realtor that you can talk to about it.
If the house is not Listed, then you should probably walk away; it wll be a problem; don't make it YOUR problem.

Good luck and may God bless
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Linda Mayer answered:
Most people don't feel comfortable over the internet as there is no personal relationship that has been built and therefore the buyer, such as yourself, can get listings and come to town on a day when the agent is busy. So let's say I'm busy so you walk into someone else's office and say show me these properties. Wow, I've just wasted a lot of time and energy and another agent is going to get the paycheck for all of my work.

However, I have no issues working with those out of the area, and in fact have been referred a few people from out of state. As long as the communication is open and I am aware when you will be coming in to look at properties I can make the time to take care of your home needs while you are in town.

I actually have a national network of trusted agents I work with. If you need a referral for someone you can trust give me a call. And, obviously, if you are in my area, give me a call!
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Sun Apr 29, 2012
Ron Thomas answered:
Not really, and it wouldn't do any good anyway:

The Asset Manager will not disclose any information that you are not a registered party to;
You are not on the Loan, you are not the homeowner; they will not talk to you

It is very hard for a Realtor to get on the approved list, an outsider doesn't stand a chance.

Why aren't you talking to your Buyer's Agent; or are you just not believing them?

It can take months, (literally) to get an answer; didn't your Agent tell you that you have to be patient. Not being patient won't help at all.
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Tue Sep 18, 2012
Kathy Schowe answered:
There are many rumors circulating regarding the status of various clubs in La Quinta. I can speak for La Quinta Country Club-- they are not filing bankruptcy-- they are renegotiating their loan for the new clubhouse and are making positive strides to become debt-free.
For information on specific clubs I recommend contacting them directly. You should find out the financial status before making any choices in real estate or club membership.
Thank you, Kathy
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Mon Sep 23, 2013
Ron Thomas answered:
I can tell you what is "usual" for California:
but I cannot tell you what you will pay; remember, everything is negotiable.

The Escrow Fee is normally SPLIT, 50/50
The Owner's Title is normally paid by the SELLER
The County Transfer Tax ($1.10/thousand) is normally paid by the SELLER.

The fees/charges can vary: I suggest you decide upon a Title Company locally, and ask the Title officer to make up a hypothetical HUD1 using $840,000. They want your business, they should do this for you.

Good luck and may God bless
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