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Meeting an appraiser some days is akin to, hmmm, let's see, scheduling a root canal, preparing for an IRS audit, seeing a flashing red light in your rear view mirror. The list goes on and on. This HVCC fiasco is costing untold amounts of money to consumers (some estimate in the billions of dollar...
Ocean views and a large lot compliment this classic custom home. Over 2600 ft. of tastefully appointed living area is accented by flagstone, slate, tile, & rich wood paneling. Enjoy the sun-soaked flagstone patio or large lawn area dotted with fruit trees in the fully-fenced back yard. For more p...
Although I have to give credit to my broker Jeanne for this idea, I liked it enough to pass it on... Most of us like to do something nice for our buyers when they close their escrow. I try to go to the home before they arrive to leave flowers, champagne, or a gift. This time we Rolled Out The Red...
Recently, Shaun Donovan, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, on said that the Federal Housing Administration will permit its lenders to allow home buyers to utilize the $8,000 tax credit as their down payment.Until this is signed most buyers couldn't take advantage...
If you're a buyer that's on the fence, it could be perfect timing right now. I just updated the biweekly Market Stats for Ventura and Ventura County Homes this morning. We're still holding strong especially in the $450,000 and under range with homes in escrow outnumbering the available homes by a...
This beautiful home shows like a model! 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, plus a loft Easy commute to Santa Barbara or the Southland. Ammenities include hardwood floors, custom tile in kitchen, window shutters, family room with fireplace. http://www.LynnKenton.com or http://idx123.realtytech.com/pacos.aspx...
We just pulled the stats from Ventura County MLS for the County and the cities of Ventura and Oxnard/ Port Hueneme for attached and detached single family residences. It appears that the low end properties under $450,000 have finally settled into a bottom. For the first time in a couple of yea...