🏡How to Save on #HOME Closing Costs – #Irvine

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Typically you can expect to pay anywhere from 2% to 5% on the price of the home as closing costs.
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Purchasing a property will always have certain costs associated with it. These costs are called the closing costs and are normal and customary for a home purchase, although some will differ from one state to another,  but the components of closing costs are pretty much uniform regardless of which part of the country you live in.

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Closing costs are made up of:

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(depending on the transaction you might or might not be responsible for all of the above)

A standard closing cost will usually run you about 2% to 5% of the purchase price of the home. Assume you are buying a $800,000.00 home in Southern California, The Closing costs can be a substantial amount if the range is between $16,000.00 to $35,000.00. These amounts are affected during the price negotiations and the offer process for your home. There are several things you can do to save money on your closing costs and here are few examples of them.

1. Negotiation Process:
during the offer process you have to negotiate with the seller. Find out what your estimated costs will be and make sure you try to build some or all of it into the offer. The payment of all closing costs can be a very important part of the negotiation with the seller. This can vary depending on what kind of a Real Estate market you are in. The Sellers motivation to sell and their timing is also very important. Know why they are selling. Do some work and find out why they are selling. Having some facts can help you in the offer process and come out ahead at the end.

2. Shopping:
prior to making the offer for your dream home, do some research and shop for your closing costs. Mortgage rates are not the only item you need to shop for. Everything from Inspection to Title insurance you can do some shopping around and ask for best prices. This can be a great way to save money. One peace of information you might want to keep in mind, is that the seller has the right to choose the Title and Escrow company.

3. Community:
different communities around the country will have closing costs which are higher and lower depending on the locality of the property. Many high-tax areas of the country have much higher closing costs which will get you toward the upper end of the range 5% to 6%. Some areas will have flat rates on certain parts of closing costs like Title insurance or Escrow fees. Take the time and ask around in your community, friends and family, Realtor advice always helps too. Its always best to research the estimates close to your community, better doing some research, rather than blindly assuming a wrong number as the basis for your closing costs.

4. Timing the Closing Schedule.
It is suggested to try and keep the closing date toward the end of the month. It might seem like penny pinching but every penny will count towards how much you will end up paying for your home. Bottom line many lenders assess a charge between the settlement date and the last day of the month. This is to cover the lenders fees and compensate the lender before you will be paying the full principal and interest payment the following month after closing. Even if a nominal amount is involved this cost can be reduced by a good margin if you schedule your closing toward the end of the month.

5. Full checkup.
make sure you get a good faith estimate right up front. Between the initial good faith and final closing the Escrow, title and others tend to add additional fees and expect you to not notice it. Always compare your Good faith estimate with your final cost sheet and make sure the numbers are what you had initially been promised. If you do see a significant price change on any line item make sure you have access to a good Real Estate Attorney and keep all your legal options open.

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Don’t let the process stop you from getting a deal on your next home purchase. Do not be embarrassed to negotiate on the price or costs. If the tables were turned they would be asking or the kitchen sink. So make sure you work on your skills, information gathering techniques and remember if you don’t ask for it the seller will not be offering you any price breaks.

 

 

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🏡Tips For Choosing Home Owner’s Insurance – #Irvine

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Natural disasters and accidents could happen at any moment, You could have a burglary in your neighborhood, many unexpected changes damages to your homes foundation etc. You should know how to protect yourself before it is too late.

 

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If you have a mortgage you are required to have home owner’s insurance. You can be out in the cold if a natural disaster or other home disaster strikes.

Below are a few helpful hints regarding home owner’s insurance.

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1. When considering home insurance, consider how important it is to have a higher or lower deductible. With a lower deductible, your rates will be higher throughout the year, but you’ll have to pay less for damages to your house.

2. If you have recreational amenities in your backyard such as pools, hot tubs, trampolines, or other contraptions that are likely to cause injury, these can raise your insurance premiums.

3. Install smoke alarms in your home. It will not only help to protect your family in the case of a fire but it will also get you about a ten percent discount on your home insurance policy. Many newer homes already have them installed but if they are not, it is an affordable thing to add to your home.

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4. Before getting a renter’s insurance policy, take a look around your apartment and take photos of the things that you would like to have covered if there was a disaster. Calculate each item’s worth and find an insurance policy that will cover at least that amount in the case that you have to file a claim.

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5. Know your coverage limitations if you own equipment that insurers consider high-risk, such as swimming pools or backyard trampolines. Your insurer may not pay liability claims for accidents involving such equipment or you may be required to purchase extra insurance to cover any injuries or damages that occur because of them.

6. When shopping for homeowners insurance, try to choose a user-friendly company. Hassle-free claims processing is key. Consumer Reports is one of many consumer advocacy organizations that provides unbiased, comprehensive information about various companies.

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🏡Plan Your Mortgage – #Irvine

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Planning your Mortgage is almost more important than looking for your Home. There are few key points you need to make sure are taken care of prior to searching for your home.

Here are a 10 Items to You Will Need For Your Mortgage:

 

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  1. Drivers License
  2. Secondary IDs (Social Security Number/Card, Passport)
  3. Most recent pay stubs
  4. Copy of Tax Return (Signed)
  5. W2 forms from Employers for last 2 years, Document Employment History (Each Lender will vary)
  6. Most Recent Bank and Asset Statement
  7. Fully executed purchase contract for the property you are buying (needed later)
  8. If refinancing, a copy of your deed
  9. Name, address and phone # of your landlord – if you are currently a renter.
  10. Name, address, phone, fax #s and e-mail address for your Agent/attorney – to coordinate the closing (depending on which state you live in)

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🏡 #Home Maintenance Guide – #Irvine #RealEstate

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As a landlord or property manager, examine your units regularly for these minor fixes and take care of them before they become a huge expense. Few basic rules to follow for your home maintenance needs. Specially if you are getting ready to sell.

 

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1. Check for leaks.

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2. Re-caulk showers and tile grout.

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3. Update electrical wires.

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4. Re-paint your property.

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5. Replace the air filters.

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6. Regularly test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

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7. Check for pests.

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8. Landscape

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Considering to Buy vs. Rent – #Irvine #Home

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Keep Renting or Not?

Many people question themselves regarding whether they can afford to buy a home or should they continue to rent. With competition so high in local communities regarding school, education, home & car, should they follow family and friends and become a Home Owner or Not?

While there are many sides to both decisions and the final reasoning is what you know about your personal and financial situation, there are a few simple signs Why you should keep on renting?

 

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1. Uncertain about your Job – If you know your job will force you to relocate, Job instability and possible termination of short term contract then you can pretty much know Renting is the best option. Consider being an Investor if you have enough funds.

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2. Amount of Savings – From time to time you hear from Home builder or media about the low down payment options for home purchase, Mortgage Rate or low Introductory interest rates. If you do not have enough funds to put down substantial amount of down payment and your monthly payment along with taxes and HOA’s will be a drain on your financials then you are still ok to rent.

3. Home Ownership Responsibilities – Take the time to research home ownership along with all that comes with it. This is not like impulse buying at the mall for that Shoe or handbag. When you purchase a home you will have responsibility for all things related to the home. If you have broken pipes or a  damaged roof, its all your responsibility. Do you have available funds and the nerves to deal with fixing and maintaining your landscape, Sinks, Faucets, Garage door the list goes on. If you will stay up worrying about the clogged toilet, then you might want to rethink the concept of home ownership at this time and keep on renting.

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These are just a few guidelines to follow before making the big move into Home Ownership. The purpose of this post is not to deter you from buying a Home, even thought I would love to have you as a Client, but to make you aware of yourself and what your capabilities are before making the big jump.

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🏡Stage a Clean #Home – #Irvine

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Preparing your home is key to making sure you receive the best purchase offer possible.  This is one of the key responsibilities of a good Realtor. When choosing your Realtor make sure they plan to work with you from the beginning to the end. You need someone who knows how to Stage your home according to your budget and make it sell for best Dollar. One thing to keep in mind, spending thousands  of dollars on new furniture and appliances should not be your priority.

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Do not allow your Realtor to take pictures for Listing your home until you are ready and comfortable with the way your home looks.

Most buyers these days pretty much choose the home they will be buying via the internet Search. They will visit the home last just to confirm what they have seen. Buyers do not have the time and they prefer to do most of their research online, that is why you need to have quality staging followed by great photographs.

Here are some basic rules to keep in mind and implement:

1. Remove all clutter – you want your house to be seen and focused on rather than your belongings. Remove your personal belongings. Leave three items of varying heights on each surface For example, place a lamp, a small plant, and a book on an end table.

2. Furniture Placement – After #3, you need to rearrange the furniture to what is trending now. Ask you Realtor for assistance. This is one of her main duties to make sure the house looks good and furniture is placed properly around the house.

3. Furniture – Cut back on the furniture. If you have a lot of  items covering pretty much all of the living room corners, you know what you need to do.

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4. Clean the house – Do a Thorough cleaning of the house, if some touch of paint is required, get it done. Baseboards always can use some color.

5. Color – If you can add it to the budget add some color to some of the rooms. Use current fashion paint, visit home models or ask your Realtor for ideas.

6. Landscape – If you do have front/back yard make it look the best it can. Add some flowers and new soil along with lighting to the front of the house. If you have outdoor sitting, BBQ, Fireplace, make sure they are cleaned and up to par. Investment in a small fountain is not a bad idea.

 

 

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Biking in #Irvine

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Many clients wanting to move to Irvine, ask: ” Why are property values so much higher in Irvine vs. Other Cities?” The Simple answer is: “Planned Community”. Irvine was planned with all aspects of family living in mind. A well designed home community will have access to Work, Roads, Shopping, Entertainment and Outdoors with Biking being one of the most enjoyable sports, Irvine has created a vast distribution of bike paths for the residents of Irvine which can travel from Irvine all the way to Huntington Beach.

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Beautiful weather in Irvine and all of Southern California. High 60’s to Mid 70’s, perfect for a day out at the great number of parks in Irvine and or Bike trails Map which are offered throughout the well designed communities in Irvine, Tustin Newport Beach Area.

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The City of Irvine provides a network of on-street and off-street bikeways to encourage the use of bicycles as a safe and convenient means of transportation for both commuting and recreational purposes. This is evident by 301 lane miles of on-street and 54 miles of off-street bikeways provided in the City today.

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Bike Resources: 

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City of Irvine Interactive Bike Map PDF Version: City_Bikeway_Map_06042013

Orange County Interactive Bike Map

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🏡 5 Things to Consider When Buying Your #Home – #Irvine

Always Remember: Neighberhood, School and Price

Always Remember: Neighborhood, School and Price

 

Few Secrets to Buying Your First Piece of Real Estate

Choosing where to live and work can be difficult specially if your are just getting started out of school and are starting a family. There are some basic simple rules to follow when you are deciding where to live and raise your children. These are simple and to the point so take a minute think how each will relate to your lifestyle and requirements.

 

1. Community – Basic conveniences, access to park and Entertainment, Family and School District

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2. Mortgage – Pick what you can afford
3. Inspect – Get a home inspector before buying a home
4. Decor – Look past the decor of the House you are looking at and imagine the house empty

5. Outside Influence – Keep the Decision making process limited to key few people

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Short Video showing you some basic Criteria to look for before Buying your Home

 

Affordability:

 
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🏡Lessons on Home Equity – #Irvine

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Banks have started to get more relaxed about Home equity loans.That means that home owners are more confident about the future and about home values which is a good thing. However every year people come to me who want to sell their home for an unrealistic amount of money because they have to pay off the money they borrowed against it.

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I always tell my clients that the truth is you can not ask for more money for your home because you do not have enough equity to pay the selling costs. Once you pay off the loans and have enough money left over from escrow you can have funds for the down payment on another home or other expenses.

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The less equity you have on your home the more risky the home loans become from the banks perspective. If you barrow money you need to remember that you have to pay it back with interest. People do live different life styles, but I always preach to my clients to stay within your means and don’t stretch your finances. I would not like to be trapped in a house payment or a home which I can not sell for a good price.

 

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🏡 Home Inspection – #Irvine #Home

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During the past several years many homes sat on the market for extended period of time and then were upgraded and rehabbed to be up to standard.

Many of these homes were obviously taken over by banks and during the financial crises banks did not have time to collect all needed document like seller disclosure, inspection report etc.  Also when the Banks sold the homes they could not provide Seller disclosures to the new buyer. In many cases the new Buyer which was flipping or just doing a quick transaction refurbished, cleaned up and did minor upgrade to the homes and then sold them for quick profits.

Home Inspection will Help you with Price Negotiation
Home Inspection will Help you with Price Negotiation

 

Some of the new owners of these homes are now running into old problems which would normally show up on the Seller Disclosure documents or inspection reports assuming they existed prior to their purchase. There could be Cracked plumbing,  sewer line problems, mold in the walls from water damage, but none of this was disclosed during the financial crises fast moving home transactions.

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There are some basic things a buyer needs to do when buying a home:

1. Make sure you have a professional home inspection by a reputable Inspection company local to the area.

2. If your county has access to housing inspections reports, it would be best to access them and try to pass the data to the inspector for additional review.

3. Look up city permits for any work done on the property and look for any special work as reference and pass it to your inspector.

Since the financial crises many homes have been bought and sold and many with the same problem being passed along to the next buyer. Take the time and make sure regardless of the homes age, you request for a full home inspection and pay for it.

 

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Few Home Inspection Checklists to review:

 

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Home Inspection Checklist

 

 

Home Buyer Inspection checklist
Home Buyer Inspection checklist

 

 

Home Buyer Mold Checklist
Home Buyer Mold Checklist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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