August 2011

Found 5 blog entries for August 2011.

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If you are in the market to buy a single family home in San Clemente and looking under $600,000 you are not alone.  A large majority of San Clemente buyers are looking to find the largest home for the least amount of money.  If you are set on finding a single family home under $600,000 then we recommend the Caprizi Talega community in San Clemente, California.  Caprizi single family homes will range from three to four bedrooms and offer two story Mediterranean and Spanish style homes.  The homes were well designed when they originally started construction in 2005.  The homes come equipped with a two car garage with an open floorplan that includes the kitchen space with the living and dining rooms.  When looking in Caprizi, make sure to see any former

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If you are familiar with the San Clemente Central Area then you may have driven by "Sea Cliffs," a historic ocean front property located just south of the San Clemente Pier.  Built in 1927, this historic landmark is actually considered a triplex, with three individual units.  The home is one of the original oceanfront homes built here in San Clemente with similar type views that you would see a the historic "Casa Romantica" here in San Clemente, California.  If you love historic structures and want an ocean front estate this may be the perfect estate property for you.  The property is currently being offered for sale for $6,200 and buyers are asked to check the city of San Clemente for potential uses.  If you are in the market to buy a residential income

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If you have been making offers on homes in the San Clemente area then you will have most likely ran across a short sale listing.  Short sales can be really great if you are the only buyer and can get your offer accepted by the seller and then sent to the bank for review.  Like most short sales you are competing with other short sales buyers and only one offer can be accepted by the bank.  Even then, there are no guarantee that the seller will approved the seller's financial's and the price of the short sale.  Finding approved short sales will save you a lot of time and money since the property has already been approved by the bank and the price is disclosed on what the bank is willing to short sell the home for.  While searching for approved short sales

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There are many great communities in Talega to choose from, in fact there are over 40+ communities to view homes for sale.  If you have a budget of $400,000 or less then viewing townhomes in Talega is your best bet.  Within the Talega area you will find three different communities where buying a townhome under $400,000 is a reality including Alassio & Santalana neighborhood homes.  The Santalana tract in Talega is one of the best when looking for a well thought out floor plan with modern amenities like granite countertops and crown molding.  The Santalana community is located in the heart of Talega and walking distance to the local Talega center and golf course.  You will find many restaurants and shopping located nearby and just minutes to the North Beach

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One of the best places to buy approved short sales in San Clemente for under $300,000 is in the Alassio tract in the Talega community.  What is an approved short sale?  An approved short sale is where the owner has decided to do a short sale with the bank and has formally sent in the short sale package along with an accepted offer.  The bank has already approved the short sale that contains the seller's financial statement and they have agreed to sell the home at a designated price.  What typically happens when you see an "Approved Short Sale" being advertised is when an offer has been sent in, the bank approves the offer and then the buyer backs out for whatever reason.  Since the bank has already accepted a price then the property is marketed as an