Emeryville, CA Real Estate News

By Vickie Nagy, Vickie Jean the Palm Springs Condo Queen
(Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate)
July 14th, 2009 - 9 Short Sales in Dublin CA sold and closed during June 2009. 5 were single family homes, 4 were attached homes (condos and townhomes).* 5 detached single family homes sold from a low of $621,000 (for a 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home with a reported 2,454 square feet of living space) to a high of $1,050,000 (for a 5 bedroom, 5 bath home with a reported 5,302 square feet of living space). The median sale price of short sales in Dublin CA is $850,000 for single family homes after an average 63 days on the market. The 4 attached homes that were Short Sales in Dublin CA (including condos and townhomes) had a low sales price of $215,000 (for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo with a reported 722 square feet of living space) and a high sales price of $440,000 (for a 4 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath to...
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By Jason Wheeler, JasonWheeler.biz
Here's one last quote from Dr. Joyce Brothers "Success is a state of mind. If you want success, start thinking of yourself as a success." *Happy New Year and get ready to be UNSTOPPABLE in 2009! This training to kickoff 2009 will create an UNSTOPPABLE theme for this territory and introduce the "One Dream One Team" attitude and concepts for this next year!! There is only one place to be Saturday if you are intending to take your 2009 Real Estate Investing business to a new level, and that is surrounding yourself with UNSTOPPABLE people recognized from 2008 and those creating an even better 2009!! Parking is free. Event will start and end earlier than usual so be sharp!! 8am registration; 8:30am Start !! Until Next time Here is to your success! Jason Wheeler 866-833-7413 | Come to a FREE ...
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By Pacita Dimacali, Alameda/Contra Costa Counties CA
(Alain Pinel)
There was a realtor who sniffed that buyers and their agents looking for bank-owned and short sale properties are bottom feeders. American Heritage dictionary defines "bottom feeder" as 1. A fish or other animal that feeds on the bottom of a body of water. 2. One that feeds low on the food chain; a scavenger. 3. Slang a. An opportunist who profits from the misfortunes of others: b. A low or despicable person. But if the properties have already been foreclosed, and an investor or buyer comes along who wants to buy the property, does that make him a bottom feeder? Seems to me that folks like them are keeping the real estate market active and helping to stimulate the economy. INVESTORS I met a couple who built up a business buying and selling real estate. They called me on one of my short ...
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By Mary Smartt, Smartt Moves with Mary Smartt
(Lawton Associates / www.LawtonAssociates.com)
One terrific option for first time homebuyers in any market is the purchase of a "below market rate" condominium. These are generally city-run programs to provide affordable entry to the real estate market for low and moderate income earners, especially in areas where housing prices can be high.Every program is different, but many cities generally work with developers to set aside a percentage of units that would be designated as "below market rate." For instance, a one bedroom condominium might cost $275,000 instead of $425,000. And, these units are usually required to be as equitable to the condos priced at a fair market value.These BMR programs have income restrictions and they often have lotteries for high-demand developments. But, the extra paperwork and patience can pay off if you...
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