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North Orange County Real Estate Market Update by Aaron Zapata, Realtor

Here is a graph that shows what is currently happening in the real estate market.  Right now the number of homes available is increasing while the number of homes going into escrow is remaining the same.  What does that mean? Home prices will fall.  A recent OC Register article stated that 33% of OC homes have had price reductions.  I predict that more price reductions will continue based on this chart...

Should I attend the home inspection when I am buying a house? | Aaron Zapata Orange County Realtor

Real Estate from A to Z By Aaron Zapata, MBA, REALTOR® Should I attend the home inspection when I am buying a house? If you are making the biggest financial investment of your entire life, I suggest that you attend home inspection.  This is your main opportunity to walk along side a professional home inspector that will painstakingly examine the home and give you their professional opinion in a written...

Chino Hills Home For Sale – Equity Seller – by Aaron Zapata Prudential Realtor

Move-in Ready Single Story Chino Hills Home (Back on Market!) 1661 Mill Stream Dr. – Chino Hills CA This recently updated single story home has new hardwood floors in the living room and the 3 bedrooms. The open floor plan includes vaulted ceilings, newer interior paint, and a warm and inviting feeling. The kitchen is open to the family room and has a stainless steel dishwasher and island. The master...

Come and join me for some Coffee and Real Estate in Yorba Linda, CA

Come and join me for some Coffee and Real Estate.  Tomorrow morning, June 18, 2010, from 8:30 am to 10:00am, I will be at the Starbucks at Valley View and Yorba Linda Blvd in Yorba Linda, Ca. Address: 17474 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda CA 92886 Bring your questions about selling, buying, renting, lending, shorts sales, bank repos, and more.  See you there!  If you need directions or a map, click...

How do I file for my First Time Buyer Federal Tax Credit?

Real Estate from A to Z by Aaron Zapata, MBA, Broker How do I file for my First Time Buyer Federal Tax Credit? • The federal tax credit for home buyers was extended and expanded late last year. Qualified first-time buyers may be eligible to receive a tax credit of up to $8,000 on homes purchased before April 30, 2010. Repeat buyers may be eligible for a tax credit of up to $6,500. Visit...

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