Little Saigon (Westminster, CA)
By Alan Adamo, Your Huntington Beach REALTOR®
(Westline Real Estate)
Westminster Market Report January Zip Code: 92683 People and clients alike keep asking me what’s going on with the market? Is it a good time to buy? Of course all this depends on their situation, but yes, this could be a great time to buy. Interest rates are their lowest in years, and prices have come down to more affordable levels. Let’s check the facts directly off the MLS. There are 104 SFR and 15 condo active listings as of January 30, 2012. There were 24 closed sales for both SFR and Condos in November with an average 80 days on the market. Last year this time, there were 30 closed sales, with an average of 71 days on market. The turmoil in Europe, and more specifically, problems with (PIIGS) economy in Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain may have more of an impact on our e...
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By ANDREA ROLF, Ask about our Cosmetic Repair Program
(Berkshire Hathaway California Properties)
This nice 1996 3 bdr 2 bath Mobile home, laundry room inside. Cathedral ceilings, master bath with separate shower, walkin closet. Large lot, carport fits 4 cars. Recreational room with pool, play area, family park. Current owner pays $1500 space rent, new owner will pay much less, this includes, water, hot water, gas, trash, maintenance. Call today for this great deal 714-847-2691 8200 Bolsa Ave 171, Midway City, CA 92655 Del Prado Mobile Home Park
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By Suzanne Horsburgh
(Buy America Real Estate Services)
$18,000 IN COMBINED HOMEBUYER TAX CREDITS FOR A LIMITED TIME Californians have a brief window of opportunity to receive up to $18,000 in combined f ederal and state homebuyer tax credits.  To take advantage of both tax credits, a first-time homebuyer must enter into a purchase contract for a principal residence before May 1, 2010, and close escrow between May 1, 2010 and June 30, 2010, inclusive.  Buyers who are not first-time homebuyers may use the same timeframes to receive up to $16,500 in combined tax credits if they are long-time residents of their existing homes as permitted under federal law, and they purchase properties that have never been previously occupied as provided under California law. Under the federal law slated to soon expire, a first-time homebuyer may receive up to ...
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