Welcome to Home Selling 101 (& home buying tips too) today and our class is on Protecting Tenants Rights in Foreclosed Homes! This is an issue that impacts renters in…Read more →
I've seen some assessments from the 1980's (when Mello-Roos was first introduced) which many of them are already paid off, seems like most of the early assessments were of a shorter duration, 10-15-20 years. Now it's not uncommon to see them up to 30 (and I've heard of, yet not seen myself 40 years) years
Welcome, class today is on avoiding short sale pitfalls when it comes to selling your home...aka how to avoid short sale scammers! When it comes to selling your home, whether you're…Read more →
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Welcome to class today on selling your So Cal home! As a home seller, when it comes to selling your home you need to know know the 5 important componets…Read more →
Anyone bother to explain to the sellers this is now a Freddie Mac requirement and that the majority of residential loans out there are Freddie or Fannie loans?
"it's not uncommon in today's real estate market to find home owner associations who are experiencing financial difficulty, some are tanking far more than others"
Welcome to Home Selling 101, Our Class Today on a "Buyer's Final Walk Though" When Selling Your Home! If you're selling a home (or if you're the home buyer) most contracts…Read more →
If you're a Southern California home buyer or seller you may be asking yourself "now that the offer is accepted, what happens next?" It's a question I'm asked a lot when it…Read more →
Welcome to HomeSelling101 this class is on glossary additions for real estate today. Appraisals today get a second look, meaning after an appraisal is submitted it's reviewed again for accuracy.…Read more →