What To Do During The Listing Period
- When potential buyers visit your home, either be absent or make yourselves as inconspicuous as possible.
What To Do Before Your Home Is Listed
Its important to have your home in good showing condition before buyers start going through it. Here are some steps to take: Continue reading “What To Do Before Your Home Is Listed” »
Why Would I Want To Use An Agent If I Am Buying My Home Directly From The Builder?
If you go through the builder directly, they are going to look at you as a customer. When you use a Realtor, you become our client. Realtors have fiduciary duties to their clients. Builders have the duty of disclosure, but they don’t necessarily have the same fiduciary responsibility that Realtors do. Continue reading “Why Would I Want To Use An Agent If I Am Buying My Home Directly From The Builder?” »
What About Paying Property Taxes
Property taxes on owner-occupied residences are levied on Assessed Value. Assessed Value is 10% of Full Cash Value. The Full Cash Value could be different (usually lower) than the price you paid for your home. Continue reading “What About Paying Property Taxes” »
Banks always want to sell a property in as is condition. Most will provide a Section 1 pest certification, but not unless you include it in your offer and negotiate the point. They will allow you to get all the inspections you want (at your expense), but they may not agree to do any repairs. Continue reading “Property Condition” »
How Banks Sell REOs
REO Properties For Sale
REO vs. Foreclosure
In What Ways Can I Hold Title To Property In California?
First of all, we recommend that you discuss the various title options with your lawyer or accountant before making any decisions that will affect the title to your new property. Here are some of the options that may be available to you: Continue reading “In What Ways Can I Hold Title To Property In California?” »