Santa Maria Homes Central Coast Real Estate News & Information about Orcutt, Nipomo & the Five Cities

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Real Estate Broker Owner - Mint Properties, Tni LeBlanc (805) 878-9879 - CalBRE #01871795
Santa Maria Homes Central Coast Real Estate Blog. Homes Condos Real Estate Property in Santa Maria, Orcutt, Lompoc, Nipomo, Arroyo Grande, Pismo Beach, Grover Beach & Avila Beach

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2010 

  Santa Maria Home Sales Alert:  When I Sell My Home When Do I Have to Vacate? Generally, buyers expect to have possession on the day the transaction closes. But, the issue of possession is negotiable. The typical contract in California calls for the seller to surrender possession to the buyer b...
Posted over 3 years ago
Santa Maria Homes - La Ventana Snapshot Update Santa Maria Homes up to $250,000 La Ventana is a community of single family homes and luxury townhomes in northeast Santa Maria; its location is ideal for those who need to be near Marion Medical Center and the surrounding medical office complexes.  ...
Posted over 3 years ago
Did someone die in this house?  Three Important Points to Consider This may be a taboo subject, but it is a question I am asked all the time when acting as a buyer's agent.  I suppose Halloween is the best time to try to deal with it.  I know everyone has different feelings about death, but it is...
Posted over 3 years ago
Four Things Santa Maria Home Sellers Should Know About the HAFA Short Sale Program HAFA stands for Home Affordable to Foreclosure Alternatives and it is a government program designed to help home owners who are in danger of losing their home to foreclosure. •1)      You must apply for a HAMP (Ho...
Posted over 3 years ago
Santa Maria Gated Homes - Arborwalk Snapshot Update Santa Maria New & Newer Homes up to $250,000 Townhomes in the Gated Arborwalk Development Arborwalk is a gated community of townhomes at the intersection of McCoy and Miller; it is near much of the new shopping and commercial development in sout...
Posted over 3 years ago
Santa Maria Real Estate:  Can investors purchase short sales? Yes, investors can purchase short sales. There are pitfalls though, such as if the property has a notice of default filed on it.  In that case, specific disclaimers MUST be provided to the seller.  California law seeks to protect selle...
Posted over 3 years ago
Santa Maria Homes - Pacific Crest Estates Snapshot Update   Homes in Pacific Crest in Santa Maria   Santa Maria New & Newer Homes up to $250,000 Inland Pacific, a local builder, built Pacific Crest Estates beginning in about 2005.  Because the homes were sold new during the height of the housing ...
Posted over 3 years ago
Nipomo Luxury Foreclosure Real Estate Update Looking at the luxury real estate market in Nipomo California, there are currently 37 homes priced above $600,000 with an average list price of about $1,066,000 and 191 days on market, and a median asking price of $749,000. Looking at the Nipomo luxury...
Posted over 3 years ago
Are foreclosures frozen in Santa Maria, CA? Thus far, Bank of America is the only bank that has frozen its foreclosures in California.  And in fact, Wells Fargo has not frozen foreclosures anywhere.  I realize this is a controversial subject, but I do agree that freezing foreclosures or trying t...
Posted over 3 years ago
Providence Landing: New Homes in Lompoc's Vandenberg Village   Providence Landing in Vandenberg Village, CA This week, Capital Pacific Homes invited local agents and REALTORS to an open house for their new community, Providence Landing, located in Vandenberg Village. It was a fun opportunity to t...
Posted over 3 years ago
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