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Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Pros And Cons Of Lease Options
 
Dear Phyllis,
  Because we are cleaning up our credit and can’t get a loan we would like to try to find a rent to own opportunity.  Can you explain how these work and where we can find these listings?  
JLM

Dear JLM,
   There is no specific source for rent to own [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Selling An Empty Home vs. A Staged One
 
Dear Phyllis,
 
  Thank you for your column which I always look forward to reading.  I will be relocating my mom from Valencia and am wondering if it’s better to sell her house completely empty, or whether I should have it staged or just work with some of [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Realtor Responsibilities
Dear Phyllis,
  Four months ago, our home was in escrow and it was a nightmare. Our buyer’s original offer was a cash offer. He then opted to get a loan and the appraisal came in low. All of this developed after we had been in escrow for three weeks. We had already relocated [...]

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Short Sale Timelines
Dear Phyllis,
  Three weeks ago, we made an offer for a short sale listing. The seller’s agent acknowledged receipt and said she forwarded our offer to the bank.  She says she still hasn’t heard from the bank and as you can imagine, we are anxious. We have a $28,000 deposit just sitting in [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Saving On Capital Gains
Dear Phyllis,
   My parents moved out of state two years ago and converted their home to a rental.  To avoid capital gains tax, my accountant thinks my parents should sell since it was their primary residence for at least 2 of the last 5 years from the (anticipated) date of selling.  [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Transferring Property Taxes
Dear Phyllis,
   Next year my wife and I plan to downsize to a smaller home or condo.  We are contemplating renting our current home and then perhaps renting something in Ventura County where we believe we want to retire. I have several questions: 1) How do I go about transferring or keeping [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Contingent Offers
Dear Phyllis,
   While interest rates remain low, we hope to buy a larger home.  We have made a couple offers but keep getting turned down because the other buyers we are competing with don’t have a sale contingency. I know it’s difficult to secure a home because they are selling so quickly.  If [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

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Selling As Is
Dear Phyllis,
   I am moving my mother into an assisted living facility. Her home is 70 years old but most everything is in working order – just old. I want to sell her home AS IS, I don’t want to paint, or even clean or empty the home.  In other words, I [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Ask Phyllis!

Contingent Offers
Dear Phyllis,
   While interest rates remain low, we hope to buy a larger home.  We have made a couple offers but keep getting turned down because the other buyers we are competing with don’t have a sale contingency. I know it’s difficult to secure a home because they are selling so quickly.  If [...]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Ask Phyllis!

Open House Theft
Dear Phyllis,
Three years ago, our home was on the market but because we listed a bit high it didn’t sell.  During the first open house, my Rolex was stolen. I didn’t leave it out in plain sight – it was in my dresser drawer.  When I told my Realtor® about it, he [...]


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