Recently a friend asked me to explain why a buyer should never pay more than appraised value on leveraged property. Since she had taken a few classes I began by explaining the opportunity costs associated with this strategy and I could see her eyes "glass-over" and I knew I had lost her. When I shifted gears and started showing her the economic costs in dollars and cents, she began to understand. Here are my examples. Example 1 Let's say you offer to purchase a home at $250,000 and [...]
Yesterday I completed the requirements to earn a certificate in property management by the California Association of Realtors®. I decided to add this designation to gain a better understanding of the challenges facing today's investors and property owners.
I am looking forward to moving to Northern California this summer. Currently I am a student at the International School of Beauty in Palm Desert California in the skin care specialist program.
Professional couple living in the Settle area is seeking a chic urban condo in Seattle or the Eastside. This couple is more interested in style that size so let me know if you have a micro or small unit that shows well.
I am working with a buyer who is seeking to replace her rural ranch property for 10 acres close to an urban area. She is seeking 2-3 bedrooms and would like multiple outbuildings. The buyer is seeking ample water during California's driest periods.
This retired professional woman is seeking something quiet and rural. She is downsizing so needs less land (1/2 acre). She is hoping to stay in Northern California. Project Description: Small country property in small town
A conventional loan is a mortgage that is not guaranteed or insured by the US government. Conventional mortgages include construction loans, portfolio loans, and subprime loans. Conventional loans are the most common type of mortgage.