Five Ways to Come Up with a Down Payment

Coming up with a hefty down payment can be intimidating, but with a little work and ingenuity you can do it. Here are a few ideas for coming up with the needed cash:

1. Down-Payment Assistance Programs
Many states offer down-payment assistance programs. You must go through an application process and qualify based on income and credit, but if you do qualify, these programs are amazing. Typically you will receive a grant for the amount of your down payment; it’s basically free money from the government to encourage responsible citizens to buy their first home.

2. Try to Qualify for an FHA Loan
If you qualify, an FHA loan can make first-time home ownership much easier. FHA-backed loans typically offer more manageable down payments (as little as 3.5 percent compared to the 10-30 percent required for conventional home loans). These loans are subject to credit requirements but sometimes less stringent ones than other loans.

3. Help from Family
If your parents or other relatives are in a financial position to help you purchase your first home, they may be happy to do so. Approach the conversation with a gracious and humble mind frame and don’t expect a specific outcome. Emphasize that you are ready to become a homeowner and begin solidifying your financial future, but that you don’t have enough cash on hand for a down payment.

Perhaps you are planning to get married in the near future. Instead of asking your parents to help you pay for the wedding, ask for help with a down payment—a smaller, more modest wedding may be well worth becoming a homeowner. As long as the gift is less than $13,000 (or $26,000 for a couple), you shouldn’t have to pay income taxes on it, either.

4. Boost Your Income
Instead of looking at your current income and thinking that saving a chunk of money is impossible, ask yourself how you can earn more money. Options include freelancing on the side or getting a job on the weekends working retail or at a restaurant. No matter how you choose to boost your income, the main goal is to continue living on your old income while putting away any extra money.

5. Borrow from Your IRA
While taking out a loan from your retirement account is generally frowned upon and penalized with taxes and early-withdrawal fees, one exception is borrowing from your IRA specifically for a down payment on a house. If you qualify, you can borrow up to $10,000 penalty-free toward a real estate purchase.

Are you thinking about purchasing a home and looking for advice on where to start? Give me a call at (626) 252-0839,  we will sit down and draft out a plan for your specific situation, whether it be buying something this month or 6-12 months down the line, its important to have knowledge and tools available to you. Let me help! 

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4 WAYS EMOTIONS CAN INTERFERE WITH HOUSE HUNTING

Buying a home is an exciting, emotional, and stressful project. Whether you have purchased a home before or are preparing to buy your first one, you don’t want to let your emotions make the decision for you. The following are pitfalls that can be costly, and you’ll want to avoid them.

1. Love at First Sight
Don’t fall in love with the first house you see and determine to buy it no matter what. You could end up overpaying for the property. Or, after the sale, you may discover costly repairs that will negate any profit from a future resale. Many real estate agents insist their clients look at a few houses before entering into a contract because they have witnessed buyer remorse when clients insist on buying the first or second home they see.

2. Always Looking for a Better Deal
These buyers are just the opposite of the love-at-first-sight crowd. They think there is always a better deal than the one they just saw, or they hope the price will drop on some of the homes they have liked. While it is possible, it is highly unlikely. If you pass up a good deal just because you think the owner is going to drop the price later on, you are giving another buyer the chance to snatch it up. If a home has all you want, is in the right neighborhood, and is priced well, you better buy it before it’s gone.

3. Paying Too Much for the “Perfect” Home
It is highly unlikely there is any such thing as a perfect home, but sometimes buyers believe they have found one. When this happens the buyer acts on their emotions because they will do anything to get that house. When you buy a home, you always need to know you can resell it without losing any money. Unfortunately, when people find what they believe is the perfect home, they will often bid high to ensure their offer is accepted and in the process may overextend themselves financially.

4. Unrealistic Offers
The opposite of the overpayer is the low bidder. There is a big difference between negotiating a price with a seller and offering an unrealistically low price. Discuss this with your agent before you wind up alienating the seller and possibly the chance to buy the property. Making a realistic bid that is good for you and the seller is the answer to getting the property you want.

Shopping with your emotions rarely yields a good deal. Listen to your real estate agent’s suggestions, look at several homes, and then make your decision. Once you have your home, don’t look back. Enjoy this home and make improvements. You will be one step closer to your dream home.

Are you thinking about purchasing a home and looking for advise on where to start? Give me a call at (626) 252-0839,  we will sit down and draft out a plan for your specific situation, whether it be buying something this month or 6-12 months down the line, its important to have the tools available to you. Let me help! 

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For a more in depth consultation please contact us directly at (626) 252-0839

PREQUALIFIED VERSUS PREAPPROVED

If you are planning on buying a home in the next year, there are a few things you should do before you start looking: decide on the neighborhood that will provide you with good schools and a reasonable commute to work; get your credit reports and confirm all the information is accurate; and learn the difference between pre-qualified and pre-approved mortgage loans.

What Does Pre-qualified Mean?
The first thing you need to know is that being pre-qualified for a mortgage does not guarantee you will get one. When a lender sits down to talk to a prospective buyer, they will ask questions about the buyer’s credit, assets, and income. It’s important to note that no verification of income and assets takes place and no credit check is run. Pre-qualification is based solely on the information you provide to the lender, and it does not mean you will secure a loan.

What Does Pre-approval Mean?
When you are pre-approved by a lender, it means your credit check has been approved and your income and assets have been verified. The lender has made the decision to lend you a certain amount of money to purchase a home. The real estate agent and the seller know you can buy the house if you like it. A pre-approval letter from the lender defines how large a mortgage you are approved for. There is usually a time frame, such as 120 days, to use the pre-approval for the purchase of a home.

To Get Pre-approved You Will Need:

  • At least two years of W-2 forms, several weeks of current pay stubs that provide year-to-date income, two most recent tax returns, plus, proof of bonuses, alimony, and any other earned money.

  • Bank and investment account statements, which provide proof of assets that can cover the down payment and closing costs. If you receive money from family to use for your down payment, you will need a gift letter stating no loan is involved.

  • A credit score of 740 or higher to get the lowest interest rates. If your score is lower, you will have to pay more in interest or possibly make a larger down payment. FHA loans require a minimum of a 620 credit score.

  • A copy of your driver’s license and Social Security number. You will also have to sign a release form allowing the lender to pull your credit report. You may be asked to provide additional paperwork if you have any specific circumstances that can affect your loan.

A pre-approval letter is what you need to get before you go house shopping. Do your preparation work before approaching a lender. Be cooperative, answer all the questions you are asked, and provide requested documents promptly. Once you have your pre-approval, it’s time to find your new home.

1-626-252-0839 Sell While the Market is HOTT!  What’s Your Home Worth? Find out Now! 

If you’ve been thinking about selling your home, chances are that you’re excited about the possibility of moving and starting a new chapter of your life. Simply deciding to sell your home isn’t enough, though. The process of putting your home on the market can be overwhelming and time-consuming, so before you try to sell your property, you need to ask yourself a few questions. Being honest with yourself and with the people around you will help you have a more positive selling experience when you’re ready to move. 

Small Gains in the National Housing Market

Freddie Mac’s Multi-Indicator Market Index (MiMi) analyzes home-purchase applications, payment-to-income ratios, employment figures, and the number of on-time mortgage payments in markets across the country to determine the stability of the housing market. All of these indicators point to a slight improvement in the housing market as it heads into the busy spring season. January’s national MiMi value reached 82.7; while this isn’t as impressive as the all-time high MiMi value of 121.7, it is still a 40 percent improvement over the MiMi’s all-time low back in October 2010. January’s MiMi saw a three-month increase of 1.46 percent. Year-over-year values showed greater gains, with a 7.57 percent climb.

National Pending Home Sales
The Pending Home Sales Index, an indicator based on contract signings, reached 109.1 in February, a 3.5 percent increase from the downwardly revised 105.4 in January. This is a 0.7 percent improvement from February 2015’s index of 108.3. The index has seen year-over-year gains for the past 18 months, yet this last gain was the smallest of the lot.

Regional Pending Home Sales
In the Northeast, the Pending Home Sales Index fell 0.2 percent; it is still 12.6 percent higher than February 2015. The Midwest saw the index climb an impressive 11.4 percent month over month and 2.5 percent year over year. The index rose 2.1 percent and 0.7 percent in the South and the West, respectively. Compared to February 2015, the index dropped 0.4 percent in the South and 6.2 percent in the West.?

Future Predictions
Economists with the National Association of Realtors predict that existing-home sales will reach 5.38 million this year—up 2.4 percent from 2015. The national median existing-home price should also climb between 4 and 5 percent. In comparison, 2015 saw existing-home sales rise 6.3 percent, with home prices increasing 6.8 percent.

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What’s Your Home Worth? Find out Now!

 

If you’ve been thinking about selling your home, chances are that you’re excited about the possibility of moving and starting a new chapter of your life. Simply deciding to sell your home isn’t enough, though. The process of putting your home on the market can be overwhelming and time-consuming, so before you try to sell your property, you need to ask yourself a few questions. Being honest with yourself and with the people around you will help you have a more positive selling experience when you’re ready to move.

Four Benefits Homeowners Have That Renters Don’t Have

There are many reasons why some people prefer to rent an apartment rather than purchase a home. Some jobs require considerable travel and occasional job-location transfers. Career-oriented professionals in their twenties find it easier and more convenient to pack up an apartment when it’s necessary to move. For the majority of people, however, purchasing a home makes practical and financial sense. Home ownership in the United States is at almost 64 percent and on the rise. It is within the majority of Americans’ reach and can be just as affordable as renting.

Personal Investment
A rental unit can cost as much, or more, per month than the mortgage payment on a home, but without the financial benefits. Home ownership is an investment. Each payment increases your equity, and each improvement you make increases the home’s value. Owning a home is also a tax advantage. Real-estate property taxes, insurance, and mortgage interest are all deductible expenses. When you pay rent, you don’t receive any of these financial benefits.

Growing Money (Equity)
The amount of your down payment determines the size of your mortgage payment. The money you put down on your home is instant equity. When you buy a home, the majority of your early payments goes toward the loan interest, and only a small amount goes toward the principal. After a period of time, the majority of your payment will go toward the principal. That means the equity in your home is growing faster, and as the paid principal amount grows so does your investment. When you sell your home, you will make money on your investment. Home prices continue to rise, and any remodeling you do also adds additional resale value.

Freedom to Make Changes
When you own your home, you are free to paint a door, rip out a wall, add a porch, or plant a garden. You don’t need anyone’s permission. (Restrictions may apply if you live in a development managed by a homeowner’s association). A homeowner has freedom to make changes to their house, but a renter has to ask permission to repaint a wall.

Payment Stability
With a fixed-rate mortgage, the homeowner will not experience any change in payment for the length of their mortgage. Knowing exactly what to expect each month places the homeowner in a stable environment. Renters, however, must continually sign leases and deal with increases in their payments. Their only option is to look for another apartment with a lower rent.

1-626-252-0839 Sell While the Market is HOTT!

What’s Your Home Worth? Find out Now!

If you’ve been thinking about selling your home, chances are that you’re excited about the possibility of moving and starting a new chapter of your life. Simply deciding to sell your home isn’t enough, though. The process of putting your home on the market can be overwhelming and time-consuming, so before you try to sell your property, you need to ask yourself a few questions. Being honest with yourself and with the people around you will help you have a more positive selling experience when you’re ready to move.

Bargain Hunters HUD REO List for 11/03/15

Here is this week’s list of available Bargain Priced HUD Homes! Take a minute to browse this list of available What are you waiting for?bargain HUD Homes, Available HUD homes in California and other states. 

For Information on these and other available HUD homes please visit:

www.HUDHomestore.com

or Contact me:

Direct: (626) 252-0839 Email: Yesenia@NewCenturyBroker.com

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Bargain Hunters HUD REO LIST

11/03//2015
FHA Case # Address City ST Approx.
Sq. Footage
Bed Ba Insurability List Price
023-432557 26410 YELLOWBIRD RD BOUSE AZ 1392 3 2 IE $76,756
023-305942 2841 S WALNUT DRIVE CAMP VERDE AZ 2144 4 3 IN $163,116
022-187237 10010 N SOONER LN MARANA AZ 2651 3 2 IE $97,704
023-194603 3555 WEST ROCKY ROAD PAULDEN AZ 1456 4 2 UI $93,150
022-209550 496 N SHADOW MOUNTAIN CT PEARCE AZ 1044 2 2 IN $49,091
043-737525 19359 SPRING GULCH RD ANDERSON CA 1485 3 2 IE $156,584
042-798851 7515 ZENO RD LAKEPORT CA 1440 3 2 UI $160,816
043-921424 1144 BELTLINE RD REDDING CA 987 2 1 IE $129,536
045-732004 4125 W NICHOLAS AVE VISALIA CA 2482 3 2 IE $240,120
262-134811 332 TAYLOR ST ALPENA MI 1728 4 2 IE $19,840
262-181741 603 N LINN ST BAY CITY MI 1664 4 1 IE $33,600
262-172226 708 S GRANT ST BAY CITY MI 1421 4 1 UI $29,640
262-134368 207 CHANDLER ST FLINT MI 1374 3 2 UK $18,880
262-129026 2237 HOFF STREET FLINT MI 840 2 1 UI $3,536
263-508454 129 CAMPBELL ROAD IRON RIVER MI 894 2 1 UK $13,200
262-182767 505 E GRAND RIVER RD LAINGSBURG MI 1239 3 2 IE $35,000
263-481016 215 BUTLER ST LESLIE MI 1603 3 2 UK $37,440
263-312288 226 W DIBBLE ST MARCELLUS MI 946 3 1 IE $23,100
263-444935 10662 MARION AVE MECOSTA MI 1104 2 1 IE $34,300
262-169851 1900 ISABELLA ST MIDLAND MI 1940 3 1 IE $46,080
262-156125 3210 DAWN DR MIDLAND MI 794 2 1 IE $41,800
263-399069 510 W VICTORY WAY NEWBERRY MI 768 2 1 IE $21,660
263-384281 5582 LARAWAY DR PULLMAN MI 2052 4 2 IN $33,600
262-184161 1449 JOSEPH ST SAGINAW MI 1040 3 1 IE $42,700
262-172888 3719 STATE ST SAGINAW MI 1335 3 2 IE $25,600
262-168759 1200 THURMAN STREET SAGINAW MI 1848 4 2 IE $32,000
262-158722 202 S ELM ST SAGINAW MI 1224 3 1 IE $21,280
262-147236 1320 PLEASANT ST SAGINAW MI 1664 4 2 IE $22,400
262-139771 600-602 S PORTER ST SAGINAW MI 2072 4 2 IE $12,960
261-828864 8835 ROSELLA ST TAYLOR MI 1334 3 2 UI $41,800
264-051303 406 EAST ERIE RD TEMPERANCE MI 1904 3 2 IE $147,000
261-910898 4811 FILER ST WATERFORD MI 624 2 1 IE $32,000
261-958181 206 ARTHUR ST YALE MI 1364 3 1 IE $31,360
431-480084 110 ROSEWOOD LN CENTRAL POINT OR 3456 4 3 IE $309,825
431-489197 57434 PINE RD CHRISTMAS VALLEY OR 745 2 1 IN $57,000
431-452975 1162 LONGVIEW DR ELKTON OR 1836 4 2 UI $141,588
431-404568 6554 HIGHWAY 238 JACKSONVILLE OR 1456 3 2 UI $129,600
431-435235 4539 BRISTOL AVE KLAMATH FALLS OR 1206 3 1 IE $81,972
431-448288 4451 BARTLETT AVE KLAMATH FALLS OR 1948 3 2 IE $88,290
431-422409 760 N WAHANNA RD SEASIDE OR 1492 3 2 UI $62,726
431-565463 1245 7TH AVENUE SEASIDE OR 1419 3 2 UI $101,059
431-352148 41 NE DARRELL AVENUE WINSTON OR 924 3 2 IN $38,691
561-855795 5619 ALDER GLEN RD ABERDEEN WA 1560 4 2 IE $100,602
561-844103 10404 190TH AVE E BONNEY LAKE WA 1296 3 2 IE $109,350
561-915526 22509 SE MAY VALLEY ROAD ISSAQUAH WA 1560 3 2 UK $230,850
562-236276 1196 MISSION RIDGE WAY KETTLE FALLS WA 1782 3 2 IE $89,100
562-224664 308 E 8TH ST LIND WA 1387 3 2 UI $25,661
561-880312 8196 MAPLE AVE LYMAN WA 1782 4 2 IE $96,228
561-925943 1316 BEACH AVE UNIT A MARYSVILLE WA 1342 2 3 IE $173,512
562-190500 102 SOUTH PARK AVENUE MESA WA 1648 3 2 IN $113,400
561-818283 18540 STATE ROUTE 9 MOUNT VERNON WA 1232 3 2 UK $115,182
562-206976 282 WILLYS WAY NEWPORT WA 912 2 1 UK $91,929
562-237966 102 S FOURTH STREET OAKESDALE WA 1149 3 1 IE $34,020
561-945075 910 DOGWOOD ST OROVILLE WA 1310 2 2 IN $69,255
562-228901 420 E SPOKANE AVENUE REARDAN WA 1544 3 2 UK $206,181
561-889094 280 DUNGENESS MEADOWS SEQUIM WA 864 2 1 UK $103,680
562-241507 711 W ALICE AVE SPOKANE WA 1750 5 2 IE $89,424
562-242926 2723 E 4TH AVE SPOKANE WA 792 2 1 IN $111,780
562-220228 619 S MCKINNON RD SPOKANE VALLEY WA 748 2 1 UK $52,561
561-940811 2906 S WILEY ROAD YAKIMA WA 2021 5 3 UI $89,667

For Information on these and other available HUD homes please visit:

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or Contact me:

Direct: (626) 252-0839 Email: Yesenia@NewCenturyBroker.com

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Bargain Hunters HUD REO List for 10/20/15

Here is this week’s list of available Bargain Priced HUD Homes! Take a minute to browse this list of available What are you waiting for?bargain HUD Homes, Available HUD homes in California and other states. I’ve never seen so many available California HUD listings! Take a Look! Some of these homes are located in Los Angeles County CA, San Bernardino County CA, Riverside County CA!

For Information on these and other available HUD homes please visit:

www.HUDHomestore.com

or Contact me:

Direct: (626) 252-0839 Email: Yesenia@NewCenturyBroker.com

PDF Download: Aged Inventory 10-20-15

Bargain Hunters HUD REO LIST

10/20/2015                
FHA Case # Address City ST Approx.
SqFt
Bed Ba Insurability List Price
043-754436 4050 ZUMI COURT IONE CA 1323 3 2 IE 136620
045-657136 17509 PARKCLIFFE LN FRIANT CA 1350 2 2 IE 102838
042-798851 7515 ZENO RD LAKEPORT CA 1440 3 2 UI 160816
043-737525 19359 SPRING GULCH RD ANDERSON CA 1485 3 2 IE 170200
043-826649 10667 VAN STRALEN WAY RANCHO CORDOVA CA 918 3 1 UK 168360
043-728950 2638 TREMONTO RD ANDERSON CA 1407 2 1 UK 96600
043-916791 334 THIRD ST YREKA CA 2056 4 3 IE 227000
045-660023 10023 ENGER STREET BAKERSFIELD CA 1200 3 1.5 IE 155480
043-921424 1144 BELTLINE RD REDDING CA 987 2 1 IE 129536
045-649865 5812 DORSET DR BAKERSFIELD CA 1879 3 2 IE 177650
045-732004 4125 W NICHOLAS AVE VISALIA CA 2482 3 2 IE 240120
045-767062 6648 WEST ALAMOS AVE FRESNO CA 1954 4 2 IE 220800
043-730912 2624 ZUIDER ZEE CIR ELVERTA CA 1080 3 2 IE 174800
043-828097 401 ARCHER AVE ALTURAS CA 1152 3 2 UI 45000
048-547078 5658 CAHUILLA AVE TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 1108 2 2 IE 66019
045-600788 21811 SAGUARO ST CALIFORNIA CITY CA 1234 3 2 UI 22080
045-682072 6661 ROAD 260 DUCOR CA 2193 3 2 IE 142600
048-494307 34496 PUMPKIN PATCH WILDOMAR CA 2052 2 2 UI 195960
048-486771 1374 E 6TH ST ONTARIO CA 1032 3 1.1 IE 305000
043-890162 3404 WALNUT AVE CARMICHAEL CA 1423 3 2 UK 232750
045-653891 1816 SILVERWOOD AVE MODESTO CA 1148 3 2 IE 170200
043-756512 2559 LEXINGTON ST SACRAMENTO CA 1499 4 2.5 IE 172040
048-697436 24999 FIENO COURT CRESTLINE CA 1612 3 2 IN 208560
045-698747 4551 EAST CORTLAND AVE FRESNO CA 1455 2 2 IE 143520
045-778307 34750 WILSON ROAD AUBERRY CA 799 2 1 IE 84640
043-917929 8344 ALEXA CT STOCKTON CA 1828 4 2 IE 221350
043-843520 1011 SUNRISE WY YREKA CA 1167 3 2 IN 143000
043-897656 201 N 9TH ST MONTAGUE CA 1199 2 1 IE 103000
045-638466 20792 CHANEY DRIVE RICHGROVE CA 1560 4 2 IE 138000
048-412154 47825 LEE TRAIL AGUANGA CA 1512 3 2 IE 173880
043-708889 15172 STAGECOACH RD CORNING CA 1746 3 2 IE 54000
048-036691 9931 BRACEO STREET OAK HILLS CA 1152 3 2 IE 100280
048-496080 1164 PINK DAWN COURT HEMET CA 2577 4 3.5 IE 224200
043-743756 3461 TOMAHAWK TRL SHASTA LAKE CA 1836 4 2 IE 140000
048-466932 110 VALLEY RD BISHOP CA 1580 3 2 UI 157500
043-752280 177 MOUNTAINVIEW PKWY SUSANVILLE CA 1456 3 2 IN 100000
048-447671 71680 POLE LINE RD TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 960 1 1 IE 46800
197-420999 3015 ISLE WAY UNIT A OXNARD CA 756 2 1.5 IE 210000
197-365624 1912 THISTLE AVENUE PALMDALE CA 1698 4 2.5 IE 212000
044-424641 1192 VIA SANTA PAULO VISTA CA 1432 2 2 IN 255000
044-420926 660 VIA SANTA PAULO VISTA CA 1440 3 2 IE 234600
048-421848 1905 W OAKLAND AVE HEMET CA 870 2 2 IE 80960
043-755136 736 DABNEY AVENUE RIO LINDA CA 1718 3 2 IE 205000
042-856464 2271 ORIOLE LN WILLITS CA 1040 2 1 IE 163000
043-736394 10824 BALLANTRAE WAY RANCHO CORDOVA CA 1365 3 2 IE 210000
046-576360 641 ELM DR BARSTOW CA 1148 3 2 IE 85000
048-445442 898 CASTLE LN BIG BEAR CITY CA 456 1 1 UI 75000
048-639105 82627 29 PALMS HWY TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 1200 2 1 IE 45000
045-649857 313 S SOL CT VISALIA CA 1757 4 2.1 IE 205000
045-707196 6215 BAGUETTE AVE BAKERSFIELD CA 2050 4 2 IE 240000
043-701522 4743 SCIARONI RD GRIZZLY FLATS CA 1716 3 2 IE 185000
043-787558 4376 GIBRALTAR STREET SACRAMENTO CA 1618 3 2.5 IE 255000
048-476762 28974 MOLSON CT MORENO VALLEY CA 3696 5 3 IN 395000
048-475718 5960 PARKSIDE DRIVE HEMET CA 2977 5 3 IE 270000
043-729166 17933 LATIGO WAY SHASTA LAKE CA 1673 3 2 IE 155000
048-464915 1331 CROWN IMPERIAL LANE BEAUMONT CA 2439 4 3 IN 270000
043-730250 1133 SPRUCE TREE CIRCLE SACRAMENTO CA 1129 2 2 IE 237000
045-641686 21752 MESQUITE ST CALIFORNIA CITY CA 1350 3 2 IE 49500
043-722679 1954 BRISTOL AVENUE STOCKTON CA 1072 2 1 UK 120000
045-814515 4213 GLENCANNON STREET BAKERSFIELD CA 2032 4 3 IE 200000
045-748043 1706 FORNAX CT BAKERSFIELD CA 1038 3 2 IE 158000
043-793951 1224 CAMPHOR DRIVE WOODLAND CA 1145 3 2 IE 250000
043-766896 14 PARDEE LANE STOCKTON CA 1552 2 2 IE 180000
043-791239 4090 MEANDER DR REDDING CA 1512 3 2.5 IE 210000
048-455071 26811 WILDERNESS DR WINCHESTER CA 2205 4 3 IN 242000
043-771840 77 DALE AVE RED BLUFF CA 1150 3 2 IE 80000
043-782265 1527 W ST CORNING CA 1297 3 1 IE 95000
045-666714 3082 QUEENS CIRC MERCED CA 1705 4 2 UK 143000
048-413573 33425 CATLIN AVE HEMET CA 1440 3 2 IE 161000
048-435262 23886 CORTE CAJAN MURRIETA CA 1329 2 2 IE 282000
042-790268 7411 OAKMONT DRIVE SANTA ROSA CA 939 1 1 IN 310000
048-438207 17428 SANBORN ST PALM SPRINGS CA 1344 3 2 UI 60000
048-457750 34186 WOODS AVE BARSTOW CA 2438 4 2 IE 95000
043-798246 9144 HARROGATE WAY ELK GROVE CA 1724 3 2.5 IE 280000
048-446688 7238 CHEVOIT RD PHELAN CA 1620 3 2 IE 128500
042-852260 4725 MELROSE AVENUE OAKLAND CA 1251 3 2 IE 370000
045-659542 1024 KAWEAH ST HANFORD CA 1035 2 1 IE 110000
197-466268 11006 ELDORA AVENUE SUNLAND CA 806 2 1 IE 360000
048-517005 1355 NORTH SULTANA AVE ONTARIO CA 817 2 1 IE 292000
043-736631 1658 HAMMONTON SMARTVILLE RD MARYSVILLE CA 1730 2 2 UI 77500
048-442897 6935 STAR DUNE AVE TWENTYNINE PALMS CA 756 2 1 IE 45000
197-587115 243-245 W 93RD STREET LOS ANGELES CA 3143 9 5 IE 510000
043-756726 1233 YORKSHIRE WAY MANTECA CA 1904 4 3 IE 310000
044-424956 3025 HIGHLANDS BLVD SPRING VALLEY CA 1526 4 3 IE 350000
048-546685 25085 CAPITOLA LANE HOMELAND CA 1225 3 2 UI 180000
045-648168 7217 ROBISON ST INYOKERN CA 1584 4 2 UI 49000
048-423461 38386 VIA DEL SUR MURRIETA CA 1440 2 2 UI 150000
044-425080 1640 MAPLE DR #73 CHULA VISTA CA 1533 3 2.1 UK 230000
043-744086 712 ALBEMARLE AVE RIO LINDA CA 1148 3 2 IE 185500
048-707154 696 BAILEY LANE SAN JACINTO CA 1410 3 2 IN 204000
048-516721 33178 Zinck Way LAKE ELSINORE CA 1930 2 2 IE 177000
048-462329 44962 RUBIDOUX ST INDIO CA 864 2 1 IE 98000
048-542206 15071 FAWN CT FONTANA CA 2993 4 3 IE 473000
048-675990 83701 MECCA HILLS AVE COACHELLA CA 2720 4 2.1 UK 228000
043-778721 7532 LA TOUR DR SACRAMENTO CA 1119 3 2 IE 204000

For Information on these and other available HUD homes please visit:

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or Contact me:

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