Inland Empire (Upland, CA)
By TODD PICCONI 909.908.7376 HELPING YOU FIND HOME., Patient, Persistent and Passionate About Your Move
(TODD PICCONI REAL ESTATE)
The home has been owned by current owners for over 40 years!   Features: New Windows in front of home Large Living Room with Picture Windows Vintage Kitchen with Electric Cooktop and Stove Large Covered Patio along Back of Home Built-in Storage 3 Large Bedrooms + 1 Smaller Bedroom Approx 1,600 sf Near Schools, Parks and Shopping/Transportation   Asking Price is $230,000   Will be ready to view in Two Weeks!  
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By Devona Garrigus, REALTOR® / Short Sale Specialist
(Garrigus Real Estate)
Why Short Sale in Upland CA? Upland California Short Sale Specialists Call Us Now: 1 (888) 9-LIST-IT Have you been considering a real estate short sale, but don't fully understand the ramifications? The reason many under-water homeowners short sale their Upland property is because a short sale's negative effects on your credit report and financial future are considerably less than foreclosure. In fact, a short sale can effect your credit score up to 300 points less than a foreclosure can! And, you may qualify for a loan to purchase another home soon after your Upland CA short sale. A foreclosure can keep you from purchasing again for up to five to seven years! REAL ESTATE AGENTS UPLAND CA Like many homeowners in Upland, California you may be having trouble paying your mortgage, or you m...
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By Michael Nugent, Sells Corona, Eastvale & Riverside
(Prudential Califoirnia Realty)
 Are you looking for a real good deal in Upland? Well, you just found it. This is almost a brand new property finished in 2011 and it is in need of a good family ready to move in now!. 750 Valadez Street is located in a cul-de-sac near everything and in the heart of the city of Upland.  This Property was previously priced at $300,000 and the seller said: Let's get rid of it for $274,777 and call it a deal. Other properties that have sold in the same area within the past 3 months support this value well. I invite you to please contact me and arrange a private appointment to preview this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,378 sq. ft. of living area and 6,600 sq. ft. lot home. The garage is a large detached 2 car garage in the back. The property has plenty of room for an RV, boats and toys. New ever...
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By TODD PICCONI 909.908.7376 HELPING YOU FIND HOME., Patient, Persistent and Passionate About Your Move
(TODD PICCONI REAL ESTATE)
It's been a while since I've had a Buyer who was finally ready to buy...given the marketplace, market conditions, etc. Well, tomorrow, I will take my client out for the second time to buy a home.  She's ready.  She's sold her home.  She wants one and it's going to work.  She's buying all-cash.  All cash buyers are out there and for some of us they can be few and far between.  How do we compete with them? My Questions: How many of you are getting your offers accepted, even when they are competing with all-cash? I have and usually it's the relationship with the Listing Agent or my perserverance that wins them over. I'm just curious.  
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By LeAndra Shepherd, Licensed Realtor
(Realty One Group Champions)
Sales Price: $600,000   Status: Closed!  Bank Paid Fees: Escrow, Termite $3900.00 (Partial), 6% Commission, Delinquent Property Taxes, NHD, Area: Upland, Ca Comparable Properties: $480,000-$650,000 Sellers: Loss of Business Income due to Economy, kids in College, Adjustable Rate Mortgage with a Principal Balance at $782,000. Bank of America canceled this file 5 times, one of the events occurred when the Negotiator gave me 24 hours to submit an updated Hardship letter, yet she misspelled the receiving Negotiator's name on the email account that I was to send it to.  Another Negotiator that had the file reported that I should have an approval by the early part of the following week, and when I phoned for status on Monday I discovered he had been transferred to the Loan Modification Dept. ...
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By Timothy Allison
(Allison Property Inspections)
I'm sure every inspector has had that desperate call from a potential client something to the effect of "I hired this contractor to do an addition on my house, now the roof leaks, it's been patched...". Sound familiar, I get this all the time. Just the other day I received such a call, during the inspection it was clear to me that the client had experienced a series of frustrating engagements as follows:   The General Contractor that was hired for the project rarely supervised the job. He reportedly sent unqualified, unlicensed workers with illegal citizenship status. This condition led to multiple code violations and poor craftsmanship. The city Building Inspector had never performed a visual inspection of above the roof line. All of us contractors are guilty of this scenario; The city...
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