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The founders of CAL Property Solutions are Mastery Students in the Fortune Builders program. The FortuneBuilder’s Mastery Students are individuals who are serious about their real-estate business and provide viable solutions for their clients. They are committed and dedicated individuals who work with a National Group of Investors with a successful system and platform by successfully completing 100′s of 1000′s of houses a year. The national network of successful investors are committed to accountability, professionalism, integrity, good character, and putting their client’s first and foremost. CAL Property Solutions is committed to providing real estate solutions and improving their community. If you are looking to sell, buy, renovate, or solve any real estate problem look no further than CAL Property Solutions who has the resources, commitment, and most importantly the integrity to help you.
Ever Watched “Flip This House”?
Wasn’t the Fortune Builders (FB) system developed by those guys on the “Flip This House” show on A&E TV? Yes, Than Merrill, JD and Paul Esajian have entertained and educated millions of viewers and showed us some great rehab projects. We aren’t affiliated with the show, but Than, JD, Paul and the rest of the FB crew are our mentors! We are trained in their EXACT same business model and attend their multi-day “bootcamp” training seminars several times each year. The FB team is available to us if we want a second opinion, a deal review, or guidance on a project.
Home ownership means you no longer pay monthly rent for the roof over your head. You can do what you want with your house (within reason). When you leave, you can sell it to recoup the purchase price and – with any luck – earn a profit too. But don’t kid yourself. Home ownership comes with a slew of disadvantages, responsibilities, and downright headaches. So before going any further, consider whether your lifestyle and finances make home buying a smart move. TIP: High costs mean you should be prepared to stay put. Except in...read more
1. Don’t buy if you can’t stay put. If you can’t commit to remaining in one place for at least a few years, then owning is probably not for you, at least not yet. With the transaction costs of buying and selling a home, you may end up losing money if you sell any sooner – even in a rising market. When prices are falling, it’s an even worse proposition. 2. Start by shoring up your credit. Since you most likely will need to get a mortgage to buy a house, you must make sure your credit history is as clean as...read more
After the rollercoaster ride that has been the past six years, the national housing market is finally in a place that, at least for the moment, looks stable. Better yet, it looks downright sustainable, if the latest Trulia Price Monitor is to be believed. According to Trulia, for the first time since July 2012, none of the 100 largest markets in May—anywhere in the United States—saw home prices rise more than 20 percent year-over-year. This is the first sign of sustainability in the housing market in years and is, according to Trulia’...read more
The number of homes that went under contract rose in March, marking the first gain in nine months, the National Association of Realtors reported today. Pending home sales — a forward-looking indicator based on contract signings — climbed 3.4 percent from February to March, but were down 7.9 percent from the same time a year ago, according to NAR. “After a dismal winter, more buyers got an opportunity to look at homes last month and are beginning to make contract offers,” said NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. “Sales activity is expected to...read more
First-time home buyers have it tough. The supply of homes for sale is tight, and lenders are tightfisted. Student debt, at an all-time high of nearly $30,000 per grad, is getting in the way of saving for a down payment, says David Stevens, president and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association. But it’s a great time to get your foot in the door. “Interest rates remain the envy of even your grandparents,” says Keith Gumbinger, vice president of mortgage publisher HSH.com. First, make your finances sparkle. THE TURNING-POINT...read more
According to a recent Gallup poll, more Americans are beginning to view real estate as a viable long-term investment. Thirty percent of those surveyed early last month took this view, up from 25% just a year ago. Gallup credited an improving housing market as being the chief driver of the change in popular opinion on this matter. But, wait. Some experts, notably Yale economics professor Robert Shiller, disagree heartily with this view. In interviews over the past couple of years, Shiller referred to his research in which he studied home price...read more
You may not have noticed it, but recently, it’s gotten easier to buy a new home. Last year, a strong housing market combined with fears that the Federal Reserve would eventually begin tapering its purchases of mortgage bonds. Together, these factors helped drive up the cost of a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage from about 3.3 percent in January 2013 to nearly 4.6 percent by September. Since then, mortgage rates have backed off those recent highs, bobbling back and forth between 4.5 percent or so, and, recently, 4.2 percent. This has helped...read more
The median sales price for a home in Ventura, CA was $438,000 as reported by Zillow using data through the end of February 2014. Camarillo prices were higher at $496,000 with Oxnard homes coming in at $378,000. The number of homes in Ventura that were sold for less than the listing price has declined from about 66% in January 2012 to about 15% in February...read more
The U.S. housing market is back on its feet, aided by rising home prices, steady job growth and fewer troubled loans. More U.S. homeowners are also keeping up with their mortgage payments. March was the 42nd straight month where U.S. foreclosure activity dropped from year-ago levels. The number of U.S. home foreclosure filings slid 23 percent in March from a year ago, helping bring first-quarter foreclosure activity to its lowest level since the second quarter of 2007, a report from RealtyTrac showed on Thursday. There were 117,485 U.S....read more
We had a great time at the Ventura County Real Estate Investors Club (VCREIC) meeting on the evening of APril 10th! We enjoy this group of real estate investors and the members willingly share their knowledge on all aspects of real estate investing (e.g.,non-performing notes). We met two contractors, two wholesalers, a real estate attorney, a hard money lender, and several other real estate investors at the last meeting. This group meets on the second Thursday of each month in Thousand Oaks.read more