Wednesday, April 6, 2022 / by Michael Szakos
Receive Priority Access To ALL Upcoming Listings That Match Your Home Buying Criteria
Here's how it works…
If you're ready to buy a home, but all of the hot deals are just going too fast, our Exclusive Buyer Profile System is perfect for you. Simply tell us what you're looking for and get priority access to our HUGE database of homes that match your criteria, including Bank Foreclosures, Company Owned Properties and other Distress Sales. These unlisted properties are NOT on Zillow, NOT on Trulia, NOT on Redfin, and NOT on the MLS or any other listing website out there.
This is not a gimmick.
Currently, Team Szakos receives an average of 3 inquiries PER DAY from Ventura County homeowners who want to know what their homes will sell for in today's market. Most of these homeowners have NOT YET LISTED their homes with any other real estate agent. No more wasted time looking at outdated information in newspapers or searching the ...
Monday, April 4, 2022 / by Michael Szakos
FREE List of Recent Home Sales and Active Listings in Your Area
Knowing what area homes have sold for and the asking price of homes currently for sale, is very important information when the time comes to put your home on the market. This information will give you a good idea of what your home might sell for if you were to put it up for sale in today's market.
This is critical information that you must have weeks before you put your home up for sale.
To receive a detailed listing of all recent home sales and active listings in your area, simply fill out the form on this page.
Friday, April 1, 2022 / by Michael Szakos
The purpose of title insurance is to protect the Lender and the Buyer against loss from mistakes which could have occurred in the abstract of the title and claims which cannot be discovered by an examination of public records.
Such mistakes include:
• Fraudulent representations
• Undisclosed or missing heirs
• Invalid divorces
• False affidavits
• Liens involving judgments and mechanics
• Unpaid taxes
• Mistakes in recordings and title searches
• Defective foreclosures or tax sales
• Deeds executed under a defective power of attorney
• Clerical errors in the land records
Title Insurance is One of Six important factors when buying. Whether you are about to buy your first home, or are planning to make a move to your next home, it is critical that you inform yourself about ALL the factors involved.
In answer to this issue, industry insiders have prepared a FREE special ...
Thursday, March 31, 2022 / by Michael Szakos
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Affordable homes, in desirable neighborhoods, sell quickly, so timing is important. If you’re looking to buy your first home, you need to be ready to act when the right house comes along. Our Hotlist of First Time Buyer homes will give you the advanced information you need to be prepared.
Here's how it works: You will receive a FREE report, with photos, which identifies the best buys on the market for first time buyers in your desired price range and location. This insider information, sent to you in a simple, efficient format at no cost or obligation, will give you a huge advantage over other buyers in the marketplace.
You can request this free, "First Time Buyer Hotlist" by filling out your criteria on this page. ...
Wednesday, March 30, 2022 / by Michael Szakos
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Industry experts identify over 33 physical problems that come under scrutiny during a home inspection when your home is for sale. A new industry report highlights the eleven most common of these problems, and lays out step-by-step what you need to know about these potential pitfalls before you list your home for sale.
There are a number of things that can fall short of requirements during a home inspection, regardless of whether you own an older home or a brand new one, and if not identified and dealt with, any of them could jeopardize the sale of your home. That's why it's vital that you read this report before you list your home. Waiting until the home inspector flags these issues will almost certainly lead to costly delays in the close of your home sale or, worse, turn prospective buyers away altogether.
If you know what you’re looking for, in most cases you can make a reasonable pre-inspection yours ...