Sonoma County Real Estate

Real Estate Agent - The Kelly-Norman Team Keller Williams RE



Santa Rosa, California Home Sellers--Can you qualify for a Short-Sale? The big 3 questions asked up and down the Hwy 101 Corridor! Home Value leading the pack! The qualifications for a short sale include: Financial Hardship - There is a situation causing you to have trouble affording your mortgag...
Posted over 4 years ago
FORECLOSURE There are alternatives for Sonoma County, California Homeowners looking down the double barrel of Foreclosure! Here's what It Really Means & How to Avoid It (always, I mean ALWAYS, consult with a Tax Attorney,Real Estate Attorney and/or CPA to determine various liabilities as to loan ...
Posted over 4 years ago
Here in Sonoma County, California we have City Councils who believe the BEST way to implement policy on upgrading Housing Standards or retrofitting for Energy efficiency is through a method known as "point of sale". This means, when a House is sold, any retrofitting to current permit codes and/or...
Posted over 4 years ago
Santa Rosa, California condo blues are driving me nutz! We have Bank Owned REO's (Real Estate owned), post foreclosure, CONDOS. However here's the great connumdrum! Can't get an HOA (Home Owners Association) Cert (Certification) for any number of reasons! The HOA is woefully underfunded, late HOA...
Posted over 4 years ago
Santa Rosa, California Home Buyers-- TIPS FOR YOU! Buying a home in the Hwy 101 corridor? Petaluma, Cotati, Rohnert Park,Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Healdsburg communiies? Your Buyer's Agent brings much to the table. Here's some tips on what I offer! Did you know that I am able to show you any home, ...
Posted over 4 years ago
Those living in the Sonoma County, California Marketplace now have a super tool available which will allow, with qualifications, many energy efficiency updates, retrofits, new alternative energy upgrades to your Sonoma County Home. Below find some talking points.   The first BIGGIE to me, being a...
Posted over 4 years ago
 Tis the season of lackluster sales data. All this wringing of hands about sales being down--STOP! It's the season for sales to stop!! What? You extend the First Timer tax credit and give a nod to the move-up market and you think they'll beat the doors down? This is the time for many to be hunker...
Posted over 4 years ago

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