The market as a whole right now is relatively flat. We historically rely on sales of entry level homes to be bought from move up buyers from Salinas, but since that market is hurt by the sub prime debacle, we no longer have that pressure. We also have a flux of condo conversions that are impacting lower end values. Higher end homes and markets are holding strong. It will be interesting to see what happens when the 1000+ homes are built on the former Fort Ord.
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What do you do when the appraisal on the dream home you want to buy comes in below the price in the offer the seller has accepted—even as much as 10 to 20 percent below? Chances are that raising the cash for your down payment and closing cost has tapped you out. Finding thousands more to make up ...
The value of taxable property in California has increased after two straight years of drops, the state Board of Equalization said this week. The gain -- which accounts for properties taxed by both the state and counties -- was 0.3 percent, rising to $4.382 trillion for 2011-2012 from the previous...
Hey Everyone, Just got a new listing in the Corral De Tierra area, address is 151 Robley Road in Salinas, CA. This is not a residential listing, it is a lot/piece of land. I am listing it for $495,000. It is 6 acres! Please let everyone know who may be searching for something of that description!...