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Archive for the month “May, 2012”

Shockingly Low Inventory of Homes for Sale in Rancho Cucamonga


Did you know there are only 263 Homes for sale in Rancho Cucamonga as of May 22, 2012

Because of the historically low intrest rates, raising rental prices and an influx of cash investors, we are seeing mulpitple offers on the same house more frequently…NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL!

Of these 263 homes

– 153 are equity sales (59%)

– 93 are short sales (35%)

– 15 are bank owned (6%)

Call me and Melissa and Mom will mail you my proven marketing plan that will get you top dollar in today’s market.

With my Easy Exit plan, you’ll never be stuck in a listing contract ever again. It’s your house and you should be able to call the SHOTS!

Rancho Cucamonga Real Estate Tips


Rancho Cucamonga Real Estate Tips


Rancho Cucamonga Tip of the Day


Real Estate Tip of the Day – Rancho Cucamonga


Rancho Cucamonga real estate buying and selling time lines




Thinking of buying or selling this year? Look at the average time frames, you better get started NOW!

Rancho Cucamonag Real Estate – Legislative Day Fighting for your Protection!

Rancho Cucamonag Real Estate – Legislative Day Fighting for your Protection!.

Rancho Cucamonga Real Estate – A Winning Open House


When you hire me to sell your home this is how I hold a Winning Open House.

A Winning Open house consists of the following :

1. Having candles throughout the home
2. Cookies, and cold bottled water
3. Registry to follow up with clients on feedback
4. Soft music
5. At least 20 “open house” signs directing them to the home.
6. Make sure the home is well lite.
7. Greeting all clients right when they walk in.

Rancho Cucamonag Real Estate – Legislative Day Fighting for your Protection!

Wow what a week I had!  Citrus Valley Association of Realtors flew me up along with other agents to Sacramento to make a visit to our legislators. We discussed issues that will not only protect Real Estate in California but all my buyers and sellers as well. The experience was amazing. Below are some pictures I took while being there. The one right below me is Mr. Mike Morrell, an Assembly Member representing Rancho Cucamonga, Inland empire area.

These were the issues we addressed.

1.SB1745 – Dual Tracking. “When a home owner contacts a real estate agent and they begin to negotiate a short sale, the foreclosure department must stop their process. What has happened in the past is a Real Estate will go through the whole process and the Short Sale department is not working with the foreclosure  department and they foreclose even thought the agent has an approved letter stating the bank will agree to the short pay off. ” It’s frustrating and unfair to all parties. The seller who has cooperated, the agent who has spent months and months on work, and the buyer who thought they were purchasing the property.”

The outcome we are looking for is the mortgagor to communicate with the foreclose department and also not be allowed to sell off the loan while a Short sale negotiations are taking place.

2. Nevada Reform- The is not a law but was being presented to able to get onto the ballet. It has already passed in Nevada and is clear to be unsuccessful. Nevada went from 15,000 Short Sale listings monthly down to 200 Listings monthly! Crazy numbers. Here is what it proposed.

Switching out foreclosure process from a trustee sale to a judicial sale.

Below is a slide that shows what laws that has already passed in Nevada.

Mike Morrell – Assembly Member for Rancho Cucamonga – Inland Empire



Legislative Day – Protecting my buyers and sellers !



In front of Jerry Brown’s Office

Here are some pictures of Legislative Day in Sacramento.

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