Are you looking for an asset manager for a particular property? Banks take many steps to see to it that the general public has a hard time getting to their asset managers. T ... more
Guaranteed bottle-neck both ways unless you can leave your home before 8am and leave work before 4pm. The fastest part of your commute will be backing out of your driveway. ... more
Many of us, including myself are in the same boat as you. There is however the State Credit for first time home buyers that might help but not upfront. If you do qualify ... more
You are probably going to get a ton of responses from agents...all claiming similar credentials.
I am local.
I own and manage my residential investments.
And mos ... more
Give Gary and I a call. Were you trying to do a loan modification now?
Jennifer Ricco CDPE,PSC,e-PRO,WCR, Retired LAPD
Keller Williams VIP Properties
661.290.3837 offi ... more
This seems to be an ongoing problem. It never ceases to amaze me how slow the banks take to make a decision. I am in the same position with Countrywide (BOA) and they a ... more
I'd look at school scores and comps.
I would think that Simi Valley would be a better, but that is just a hunch. You need some real numbers.
What does your Realtor say?
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Have you checked with other mortgage brokers? Today, it's best to look at the local places. Locally known banks and/or credit unions. They, for the most part, ... more
Not necessarily, only if you want to look elsewhere. Desirable Santa Clarita has been selling for 1 year as other communities have been waking up in the last few months. W ... more
I ask for referrals, search the Internet, work directly with listing agents (who ended up also representing me on the buy-side), and interview agents before worki ... more
You sound like the perfect buyer, taking the first step before looking by asking questions. To answer just a few, yes you have many choices in buying a home in the SC ... more
Honesty and Integrity are two very important qualities and traits of a professional. I only do business with those whom I trust and your agent isn't acting in your be ... more
It all depends on how low in the comps the home is orginally listed. Some foreclosure homes are priced just below the comps and buyers offer lower and they get the banks t ... more
On average, buying a bank owned property can take longer, sometimes much longer. But it really depends on the bank, how long they've been holding the property, and how the m ... more