Best of luck, this market has us all guessing! Remember to fill out those disclosures! :)
Not really. I had this property listed a couple years ago. Very cute, but little room for a garage. However, there is a right of way easement over the neighbor's property to the West. If you get that easement back (it's currently blocked), you could easily have a parking pad in your back yard.
I know Stephanie and Jennifer very well, they're in my office! Take care and I look forward to seeing it. -Armand
Do you have a picture of your home?
A couple quick questions...A) how many of you (I dare say "naysayers") are homeowners? B) did you notice that the original person who asked the question was SELLING his house as well, thus making the transaction a wash? C) trulia, zillow, and virtually every other public real estate website pull only public data. That is, they don't show if a home if a home is in escrow or is still available without any offers. In other words, a good deal of those 90+ DOM homes are actually in contract and in some cases may sell for over asking. And now some commentary...In my neck of the woods, the Bay Area of California, we're seeing multiple offers again. In some cases, homes are going for 60K over asking. Prices in some areas are at 2000 prices but in others they're virtually at 2006 prices, so just provide a little evidence for your claims. Furthermore, of those ARMs that are going to adjust, a good deal of people will be eligible for the FHA refinance that will lower their mortgage to 90% of the CURRENT value. That could take a lot of foreclosures off the market. The bill goes into effect October 1: http://money.cnn.com/2008/07/23/real_estate/housing_rescue_guide/And yes...more homes will come on after labor day. Things will start coming off the market for winter Nov 1. Take Care. -AR
This is Armand Ramirez...I listed this home 3.5 years ago before it went to foreclosure. I am no longer the listing agent and no, the home is NOT $99,000. I don't know how my name got on here and don't know how to remove it. Sorry for the inconvenience.