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with our help you can make this dream a reality! The process of purchasing a new home can be very intimidating. It is a landmark event in your life and therefore deserves a good deal of preparation. If you aren’t very familiar with the process of obtaining a home mortgage or aren’t aware of specifically what to expect when purchasing a home, that’s what we are here for!
Being informed is the key to a smooth and successful home purchase. We want to arm you with the knowledge to make the best decisions and save you valuable time, money and stress. A brief phone conversation with us may actually be life-changing. Whether you looking to purchase a home for you and your family to live in, or you’re looking for an investment property
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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.
If you didn’t buy a home in 2013, you may be kicking yourself now. Home prices climbed nationally an average of 13.6 percent in the past 12 months, according to Tuesday’s release of the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index. Don’t make the same mistake in 2014, suggests Benjamin Weinstock, real estate attorney and partner at the firm Ruskin Moscou Faltischek in Uniondale, N.Y. Market forecasters predict that 2014 will be another year of gains for the real estate market, even though the rapid pace...read more
Single-family and condominium sales in California closed 2013 on a cautiously positive note, even though overall sales were down notably from the year prior, according to the latest quarterly market activity report from real estate tracking firm PropertyRadar. December sales in the Golden State’s home and condo market grew 1.4 percent over November 2013 sales, but were down by nearly 20 percent from December 2012. Overall, 2013 property sales—distressed and non-distressed—finished at their lowest numbers since 2007. December also marked...read more
Experts at Freddie Mac and Equifax expect falling unemployment and economic growth to keep the housing market steady in 2014. This, despite climbing interest rates and anticipated growth in housing prices nationwide. Unemployment dipped to 6.7 percent nationally in December, and the Federal Reserve is expecting that figure to drop below 6.5 percent later this year. If the Fed is right, it will be the first time since the Great Recession began in 2008 that unemployment will be so low. What this spells for the housing market is greater buying...read more
While the housing market is still far from “normal,” it is inching that way, according to a report released Thursday from Zillow. Last year’s skyrocketing home price appreciation, frenzied demand from investors, and high tide of negative equity are all expected to subside somewhat this year, according to the real estate company. Nationally, home prices increased 6.4 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter, but annual price gains are expected to fall to 4.8 percent by the end of this year. On a quarterly basis, prices rose 1.4 percent in...read more
Our property located at 3700 Mountain Avenue #5A in San Bernardino, CA closed escrow the other day. We welcome another family to their new property and look forward to our next opportunity .read more
If you’re considering selling your home in 2014, now is the time to get ready. Not next month, not next week, not tomorrow. Right now. Why? Because buyers are already on the hunt. The Internet is the new curb appeal Last month will likely be remembered for polar vortexes, widespread snow, and historic traffic jams. Lost in the shuffle is that while American’s were sitting inside trying to stay warm, they were looking at houses for sale on the Internet. Experian Marketing Services released its monthly most visited real estate...read more
The property located at 3700 N. Mountain Avenue #5K has been sold! Yesterday, escrow was completed on the property and another happy family has been united with a new home. Congratulations!read more
With big changes coming to the mortgage industry at the beginning of next year, many consumers will want to evaluate their homebuying plans. Regulations drafted by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will change the definition of a qualified mortgage for any loan applications received on and after Jan. 10, and many consumers may find themselves unable to meet the new requirements. Qualified mortgages are loans that meet certain standards designed to ensure that borrowers are highly likely to be able to pay back the amount in question....read more
The real estate market has been one of the strongest pillars of the economy following the greatest financial downturn since the Great Depression. Amid low interest rates and a great deal of intervention from policymakers, home buyers received an added incentive to purchase a home. Meanwhile, sellers enjoyed low inventory levels and rising prices. However, a new survey finds that sellers might be losing their control on the market. In the third quarter, 72% of real estate agents said now is a good time to sell a home, down from 86% in the...read more
We have entered into escrow on the property located at 3700 N. Mountain Ave. #5A in San Bernardino, CA. We are expecting escrow to close by the 20th of February.read more