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Thank you sunnyview and azrob! Your responses are helpful.
He told me he cannot keep his house because he struggles to keep up with his payment (he still manages to be current as of today though), but I am scared to risk having my 20% down payment wiped out, or worse, become underwater and my own family suffers. I checked some data about the market there...it looks like most listed houses are not selling, but the asking prices are high. Many neighboring cities are offering much much lower prices and better deals. What do you think the median house price there should be? How much a 2 or 3-bed should be? Smart people familiar with Northern California please help! Thanks!!!
Generally, this type of deal is bad. If your friend actually was selling his/her home at a reasonable price, they wouldn't need to pressure you! somebody would already buy it. If davis prices were so sure to go up, they would keep it and rent it out, to sell it later for more money!do your own research. what are similar homes selling for? how much do they rent for?Davis is a very nice place, I lived there for a couple years, but no place is immune from price drops any more.
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