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- $399,000 - 4937 CROW CANYON RD
- $150,000 - 3384 E CASTRO VALLEY BLVD
- $1,825 - 19845 LAKE CHABOT RD
- $479,000 - 3578 JERALD CT
- Lot size: 1.71 ac
- 0 beds
- 0 baths
- Lot size: 1.47 ac
- Year built: 1960
- 0 beds
- 0 baths
- Lot size: 36,154 sqft
- Year built: 1983
- 0 beds
- 0 baths
- Home size: 1,374 sq ft
- Lot size: 5,076 sqft
- Year built: 1954
- 4 beds
- 3 full baths
Lot size: 1.71 ac
0 beds 0 baths $399,000
Lot size: 1.47 ac Year built: 1960
0 beds 0 baths $150,000
Lot size: 36,154 sqft Year built: 1983
0 beds 0 baths $1,825
Home size: 1,374 sq ft Lot size: 5,076 sqft Year built: 1954
4 beds 3 full baths $479,000
There are many people sitting on the sidelines trying to decide if they should purchase a home or sign a rental lease. Some might wonder if it makes sense to purchase a house before they are married and have a family. Others may think they are too young. And still others might think their current […]Read More...
There are many young people debating whether they should renew the lease on their apartment or sign a contract to purchase their first home. Based on a recent study, here are two reasons buying a home might make more sense:Read More...
Below are the headlines from three separate news releases issued over a one month period: 11/3/2014 – Millions of Potential New Households Waiting Out the Recovery 11/11/2014 – Experts: First-Time Homebuyers’ Weak Finances Holding Back Housing Market And then, the contrarian view: 12/2/2014 – In 2015, Millennials Will Be Biggest Home Buying Group It sure […]Read More...
The New York Times recently published an editorial entitled, “Homeownership and Wealth Creation.” The housing market has made a strong recovery, not only in sales and prices, but also in the confidence of consumers and experts as an investment. The article explains: “Homeownership long has been central to Americans’ ability to amass wealth; even with […]Read More...
Earlier this month, Zillow predicted that millennial buyers (under the age of 35) will become the largest group of buyers, overtaking Gen X (35-50 years old) by the end of 2015. Dr. Stan Humphries, Zillow Chief Economist, explained: “Roughly 42 percent of millennials say they want to buy a home in the next one to […]Read More...
The Mortgage Bankers Association, the National Association of Realtors, Fannie Maeand Freddie Mac are each projecting mortgage interest rates to increase substantially over the next twelve months. What will that mean to the housing market in 2015? Last week, we posted a graph showing that home prices appreciated each of the last four times mortgage […]Read More...
Yesterday, HousingWire reported that both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac formally announced their 3% down options on home purchases. Fannie Mae’s plan will be effective December 13, 2014 while the Freddie Mac plan will be available March 23, 2015. The HW article quotes FHFA Director Mel Watt: “The new lending guidelines released today by Fannie […]Read More...
CNBC’s Diana Olick recently reported that rents in the residential housing sector continued to rise in 2014. She interviewed Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Trulia, who revealed: “Rents are rising because of strong demand that supply hasn’t kept up with. Nearly all the new households are renters, and young people moving out of their parents’ […]Read More...
Mac is a person easy to deal with and always ready to help when needed. Also i like the fact that he is patient and a good listener. I would highly recommend him.
Mac provided great experience throughout the home selling process. He's always there to guide me and answer all my concern. He always looked out for our best interest in negotiations for the sell price. He keeps me updated on what's going on with the sale of... (more)
Mac helped us sell our second home on a short sale. He was very knowledgeable and was always reachable. He also helped us talk to the tenants. Even though it was a short sale he still went all out with his marketing. We asked him why and he said that he... (more)
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