Category Archives: Real Estate News

Home Inspection, what to expect.

Now that the seller has accepted your offer you have a contractually agreed upon timeline to remove your home inspection and other contingencies. The California Residential Purchase Agreement stipulates that the house you bought is sold in “AS IS” condition. In other words you accept the house in its current condition at the time of…

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Well-groomed, Well-priced Homes Earn Multiple Offers

Last week I wrote about my clients in the Classic Fountain Valley tract, north of Warner Avenue and east of Newhope Street, who received seven offers on their home. It sold for $8,100 over the list price of $569,900 within the first week on the market. The victorious buyers agreed to remove the appraisal contingency….

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Remodel or Move?

Remodel or Move? That question is often parlayed into further family discussions.  Today’s column will offer some suggestions on answering the question. Before you can determine whether to move or remodel there are many factors to consider:  Do you truly love your home’s floor plan? Does your home offer you the space your family needs?…

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Selling Your Home Quickly & For Top Dollar

     As always three factors govern a sale: location, condition and price.  If you are a seller in Fountain Valley and your home has been on the market for more than 30 days without an offer, it’s time to examine the reasons why and take action. If your house has an interior location in the…

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The Value of a Home Inspection

So you found the house of your dreams, or is it? The only way to know for sure is to have a professional home inspection. A home inspection is NOT mandatory but definitely advised. What is mandatory is that home sellers disclose anything that is wrong with the house prior to selling it. It is…

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Fountain Valley Real Estate Market is Starting to Sizzle Again

     Fifty-five agents left their business cards at my client’s home between Friday, March 23th and Monday, March 26th. The house is in the Classic Fountain Valley tract, north ofWarner Avenue and east ofNewhope Street. The house was professionally staged and photographed.      I hosted the first open house on Sunday 3/25. Potential buyers came…

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