There are many different areas in Bonita. It will depend on your price range where you can buy there. I would be happy to send you some homes that are available in your price range and we can go take a look at them and you can feel out the neighborhood. Message me, call me, or email me with what you are looking for and we can go from there. :)
McAllister Homes Real Estate
I don't know where you're moving from but 310K won't buy you a house here....You can get into a small condo in areas like Mira Mesa, Clairemont, Mission Valley, and La Mesa.
I would be glad to assist you with finding the right home...feel free to give me a call!
We would be happy to assist, you can contact us through our profile here at Trulia. As one of four parts of our business, we specialize in land purchases and sales. Land is a specialized area and we have done 60+ parcels since 2008.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Mark & Kari Shea
Shea Real Estate
National Association of Realtors
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I know of several homes with horse facilities. Exactly what are you looking for?
Joan Wilson (Realtor, Horse Property Specialist)
Pacific Sotheby's International Realty
Call or Text: 760-757-3468
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If you are ready to show and sell, don't put your home on a few sites and hope someone comes along and pays your price. You need maximum exposure and that will come with hiring a real estate firm to fully market your property and have it on the mls.
You do not need to avoid purchasing a Bank of America short sale. It has nothing to do with the house and loans that you short sold in the past. For any more short sale questions, you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call my cell at 858-212-4702
Keller Williams Realty
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Put nothing down till closing, this is a shaky sale by far, this lady has nearly half the home's sale price in liens, if there is a bank holding a Mortgage on this home as well it may not get clear title for some time and definitely not with out a lot of negotiation!... more
Hi Michelle, it’s very common to be misled by RealtyTrac - see it here on Trulia just about every day. RealtyTrac is not a listing service. They post notices of foreclosure and default pulled from public records. Their postings are very misleading because the price shown is NOT representative of what the property will be when priced for sale. This property is not on the market yet, and when it is put up for sale it will very likely be listed on the MLS, not on RealtyTrac.
I’m not sure whether you have been formally Pre-Approved. As far as buying, this is your first step (not a pre-qualification, see:. http://www.Steven-Anthony.com/default.aspx?pp=39377 for the difference between the two) so you can be ready to act when you need to, or be aware of any issues that may prevent you from buying when you want to.
To avoid being "RealtyTracked" again, and assuming you would like to continue searching for a property on your own, do so via www.Realtor.com as they load ALL listings from ALL Assoc. of Realtors MLS systems automatically. Trulia is making strides to do this as well, but it will be some time before their feeds are comprehensive.
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Ilse, The 3 bedroom homes in Bonita range anywhere from 419,000 to 2,450,000 right now. I would need more information, such as size, area, upgrades, etc. Most of the homes currently for sale are in the 500-600 range.
Do you have your home on the market yet? If you need any help is setting a price or whatever you need, feel free to call me!
In most communities, you simply go to your town/city's planning department and they should have it on record. In this day and age, you may even be able to check online if that city has loaded all their files on line.... more
Contact a Realtor direct who can take your specifications and lender requirements.
Agent interview will determine all particulars reduce your time hopefully locate many options prior to your arrival. I don't believe MLS has Spanish option when sent to buyers
Good luck with your purchase.
National Featured Realtor and Consultant, Texas Mortgage Loan Officer, Credit Repair Lecturer
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I think when you said banks usually expect to get 30% of what an REO is worth, you might be thinking when they offered it as an REO (bank owned) property.
The offer should really depend on how the bank owned property is listed, how many people are interested and how long it has been on market. Marin REOs that are priced right (which means 'Low' to start with) often seen multiple offers at slightly higher than listing price. Supply and demand is the key, even in Bank Owned properties.
I would ask your realtor about the trend in your specific area and get a comp to decide if the listed REO price is reasonable. If so, then I will go with that.
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If you are relying on a mortgage to finance the purchase your lender is going to require a title insurance policy and the title company will normally not provide a title policy without being able to convey clean title. That is what the title insurance policy is designed to protect you against.... more
Unfortunately the amount of the HOA dues for a given property cannot be negotiated by a prospective home buyer. The home owner's dues are determined by the board from an operating budget and fulfilling required reserve amounts. However, if you were to purchase in an HOA governed community there is opportunity to become involved in the association and influence decisions made by the board (possibly becoming a board member at some point). But that all takes time and a good deal of dilligent effort.
If high HOA's are unattractive, it's best to only consider properties that have dues that makes sense to you. Buying a property and then resenting the high HOA's later would be all too frustrating.
Please let me know if you need any further assistance. If you're not working with an agent, I would love an opportunity to earn your trusted business.
Best of luck... there's a ton of opportunity out there right now!
San Diego Real Estate Specialist
Residential Sales and Appraisals
Remember that Bank Owned properties are sold as is. Until you have a home inspection you really do not know exactly all work involved. Now it may look like plumbing, but the inspector will likely find other issues as well. My suggestion is to not get in over your head. Make sure you have enough funds for a few months of extra mortgage payments as well as money to fix up the house.
If this property has been on the market for over 30 days and there are no other offers on the property then you may be in a good situation to get a good deal on the home wherein you won't be "at the top of your range."
My suggestion is if you desire to see the property again and want to write up an offer, to call the agent that showed you the home. Whether you build a relationship with the agent who showed you the home, or with another, it is important that you work with an with an agent who can guide you through the purchasing of bank owned homes, so that they can inform you of all it entails from the bank addendums to the inspections.
Again, do not over stretch yourself, if you can't get this house, another one will come along. In addition, some bank owned homes require you to be pre approved through their lender, prior to making an offer. You do not have to use their lender, but they want to make sure you are a viable candidate.
Good Luck to you and if I can assist you in anyway feel free to contact me: 619-384-6997
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