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Are you unsure what your home is worth in today’s market? Have you looked on all the public websites and continually wonder if they are accurate? Most of the time Public websites like zillow, trulia, redfin, etc. have very poor estimates of your homes worth in today’s market. I do provide a free CMA for people interested in finding out their current home value. Click on the following link to get started:
This CMA provides a look at market conditions in TODAY’s Market. Unfortunately, at this time, I am able to only provide people with CMA’s in the Greater Southern California Area. We look at homes sold in your area within the last 6-8 months. We try to match home models closest to your home’s style. We also take a look at other conditions that may cause your home to be worth more or less in your neighborhood.
Please speak with me if you are interested in selling your home in the near future. Whether it be a Standard Sale or a Short Sale I am able to provide answers for the questions you have. Allow me, to help you, sell your home.
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September 21 + 22, 2012
Nocturnal Wonderland returns to Southern California for another two-day journey down the rabbit hole! Once again, the NOS Events Center will be fully transformed into a magical landscape with adventures waiting behind every corner.
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Families or friends are having difficulty with household income with the economy as it is today. The issue facing most people in Southern California is that we have been hit hard on the home front with issues of high unemployment, diminishing savings, rising medical costs, rising food costs, increased utility charges, and overheads climbing to no end. The housing bubble struck many people brutally especially in the Riverside County at a loss of 56% since its peak in 2006. California particularly has seen decline of revenues with home prices dwindling, according to a survey from Fiserv Case-Shiller Home Price Insights report. The information has place California with 7 of the top 10 metro areas loosing house values from a national ranking out of 385 areas. With all that information, people have had enormous declines in their supplementary income throughout the state. Another huge issue that has hit families in the state has been increasing gas prices. A large portion of peoples discretionary funds have been diminished in the Riverside County because of the large commuting population. We do, however, see a future positive outlook for the near future when it comes to gas prices.
The above article is a glimmer of hope for commuters struggling with their daily travel costs. Gas prices do seem to have a slight relief in sight. As people typically do not have control of the costs of production, all we can do is hope they stay low for a while.
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Have you ever wonder what you would do if you won a big lottery jackpot? I have. During those long drives to see clients or going to work, I still find myself daydreaming of what I would do. Although I do realize I have greater chance of getting hit by lightning, I find myself thinking of all the good I could do. Many people say Money doesn’t bring happiness. I know how true that is because I’ve seen many families torn apart by money. At the same time, money makes a lot of things easier as far as security… especially if you don’t squander it.
This was a shock to him and many people in the community. The store owners who sold him the ticket end up receiving $600K just for selling the ticket. What would you do if you won the jackpot?
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Reports on Wednesday for Riverside County showed that foreclosure sales are up last month from a month prior. This is however, a decline from last year’s number at the same point in time. Numbers are showing that housing market trends are slowing this year, however are still in a demand status with inventory still being low.
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There are a lot of people out there that haven’t really purchased a home, or they weren’t really involved with the whole buying process the first time around. They ask or email me, “Erick, can you please find us a beautiful home out there, that meets our size requirements, and we can make an offer on it today?” This is, unfortunately, not the best first question people should be asking an agent or themselves.
Unfortunately in our economy today a lot of people started out asking themselves the question first: “What house do I want?” Then they worry about the financing later. Please don’t get me wrong, I always tell people to aim high. But we must build up to that aim. The truth of the matter is to first ask the question, “What type of home can I afford?”
This is the #1 question people should ask themselves today before they go house hunting. That is why most Realtors today will ask if you are pre-approved for a loan. Here is a quick little article about what you need to know about a home mortgage:
On the link above this article explains ways for attaining a home mortgage. The reason realtors ask this question is simple, can you afford a home loan for the house you are looking at? It is one of the most frustrating things in the world for people to want something and not be able to get it (at least not at that time). It is also very demotivating for people when they find they don’t qualify, because of their credit score or income, for that house they saw days prior. It will waist time, money, and mental anguish for not only yourself, but for the agents who are selling the home and the agents showing you the home.
Slow down a little when you reach that point in life where home ownership is the next step for you and your family. Start the process by getting pre-approved. Then once you know what you qualify for, start looking for homes in that price range. Owning a home is a process in life, it builds up over time. A majority of people didn’t start out in a big home, the built up to it. Don’t rush the process, it may discourage you rather than build you up.
Many people on the day of a horrific accident, special event in their history, a great tragedy, or an act of violence, vividly remember where they were or whatever led up to that event. On this day, 11 years ago in 2001, most everyone’s lives in the United States and across the world changed somehow without even knowing it. See, a ripple effect occurs when people aren’t even noticing. Economies are changed, monetary trading is changed, wars are started, lives are lost, and families will for evermore be transformed in a moment’s notice, and we must be prepared.
We have all heard the sayings: “Life is a fragile thing. Every day is special. Never miss a time to tell your loved ones how much you love them.” These are the sayings we have heard from elders, and we have taken heed at times. But in a world of security and complacency, which we have created especially in The United States, we tend to get content and forget that those saying are truer today than ever before. Here in the United States of America, we have longed to make a better life for ourselves. We have worked hard and have poured blood and sweet to get to the place we have. People have died, certainly in my family and others, trying to get to this land of opportunity so that they could create a better life for their loved ones. We work so hard so that we can enjoy, and in turn, expect that others will leave us alone to appreciate the fruits of our labor. This day, 11 years ago, we pay tribute and remember why that’s not always possible. September 11, 2001 – Where were you?
I was living back home after I graduated a few months earlier from college; trying to get my feet steady to move out and experience the world at the young age of 22. I couldn’t sleep the night before for some reason. I just kept waking up and waking up for no apparent reason. At the time, I had been working with the family business and decided that rather me not getting any sleep, I could be more productive if I went into the office and start work early. I couldn’t shake the feeling while I was taking a shower at 5 AM in the morning of something being strange. I had a haze around me the whole time I was getting ready. Now for those of you who don’t believe in God or the Devil or Angels and Demons, this may seem like a stretch. I do however, believe in them; and I believe on this day 11 years ago, there was a battle for our future. The cosmic conflict between good and evil hit a crossroads that day which would forever change the world. I am not a righteous man, I wake up every day trying to do good and asking every night for forgiveness. With that being said, I am very in tune with my faith and love for God. In hind sight, I feel that day there was some sort of ripple effect that woke me up and told me to get up and see. Continue reading