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  • Open House ~ Single Story ~ 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home for Sale in Corona

    [calendar:2015-01-31 2015-01-31] Corona, Corona  -  We invite everyone to visit our open house at 2462 Peacock Lane on January 31 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. This single story home is on nearly 1/4 acre level lot and has an outdoor living area that is simply amazing. Property ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on January 27, 2015
  • Avoid Foreclosure with Help for Homeowners from Fannie Mae!

    Fannie Mae has just launched a website for for homeowners who are having trouble paying their mortgage. The website, www.KnowYourOptions.com, is designed to to provide information on refinancing, repayment plans, forbearance, modifications, and Fannie Mae’s Deed-for-Lease program. Those homeowners who recognize that they can no longer ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on August 8, 2010
  • Just Sold! 23879 Towish ~ Corona ~Trilogy Glen Ivy ~ South Corona

    Liane Thomas and The Jet Team are pleased to announce the sale of the home at 23879 Towish in the Trilogy community of South Corona.The single story was a short sale with Bank of America and we are delighted to have helped another family avoid foreclosure and protect their credit. If you think you need a short sale, we'd like to ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on July 3, 2010
  • Can I Buy A Home After A Short Sale?

    Can I buy a home immediately after a short sale? The answer is yes!  The other day I received a call with this question from a Corona, Ca short seller. I answered, "Yes you can with FHA, if you meet the following qualifications":Home short sold cannot be a FHA loanMust have been current on mortgage at time of saleSold home must ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on June 21, 2010
  • Price Reduced on 1645 Via Galicia in South Corona

    South Corona, Corona  -  Announcing a price reduction on 1645 Via Galicia, a 3,486 sq. ft., 3 bath, 4 bdrm two  story home with a pool. Now $625,000 - Price Just Reduced! Property information
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on March 11, 2010
  • Unemployment in Riverside County and San Bernardino County Rises

    March 11, 2010 Employers shed almost 20,000 more jobs in San Bernardino and Riverside counties in January, while nearly one-in-five people in the Victor Valley were classified as unemployed by the end of that month, according to state statistics released Wednesday. At more than 17 percent unemployed, the Victor Valley continued to top ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on March 11, 2010
  • 14957 Old Grove Road in Regency Ranch, Riverside is Sold!

    Riverside County, California  -  The Thomas Group at Keller Williams Realty is please to announce the sale of the single story home on nearly an acre at 14957 Old Grove Road, in Regency Ranch, Riverside. This house sold fast, and at 94% of asking price! Property information If you are considering selling you home, ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on January 30, 2010
  • Inland Empire Homeowners! List Your Home For Sale Today!

    Selling a home in the dead of winter might seem ill-advised, particularly considering the state of the economy, but some experts think that making the decision to wait until spring to list the property could be a mistake. Government incentives will likely have a big impact in 2010, with many buyers determined to sign a contract before the April ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on January 28, 2010
  • Why re-list your home with a bad agent?

    I've read many publications that say a seller should choose an agent to list their home with and what they should expect from a listing agent. Listing with a tenth-rate agent is a mistake anyone could make but WHY the seller would knowingly RE-LIST with an agent who has demonstrated that they are tenth rate is incomprehensible. Does the ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on January 21, 2010