September 2012

Found 4 blog entries for September 2012.

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South Huntington Beach is a great place to live as the community features many community parks and great schools for kids to attend.  Located near the Newport and Huntington Beach boundary line is a nice community known as Franciscan Fountain homes.  Here you will find several names for the homes located near Seeley Park that were built in the late 1960's. Franciscan Fountain Seaport Lido is one of communities in this area that offer large 2 story home in the $700,000 range.  

The great part of this community is the local park and elementary school located in the immediate area.  Another great feature is the close proximity to Newport Beach and all the wonderful waterfront communities located there.  It's an easy commute to Fashion Island and the many

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Huntington Beach foreclosures are on the decline as more and more sellers are electing to short sale their homes. The are a couple of reasons for this occurrence. First, the banks realize it's cheaper to work with the current owner of the home then let them house go into foreclosure. The foreclosure process can be a very long and drawn out process where the property is not taken care of. It's easier for banks to work with the current owner who is more likely to take care of the home during this process. The banks know that if they treat the short sale client with respect and help that someday this client may eventually buy a home through them again in the future.

Second, the banks are now offering huge incentives to sellers as much as $45,000 to short

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Huntington Bayshore condo community is a great place to live no matter if you are looking to buy or to lease.  The gated community is conveniently located just three blocks to the beach and the Huntington Beach Pier and just a block away from the main street shopping district.   Currently condos range in the high $200,000 range to the low $400,000 range.  If you are looking to rent then condos consistently rent between $3,000 to $3,500 a month in Bayshore. 

Huntington Bayshore Condos | Huntington Beach Real Estate

One of the special properties in the Huntington Bayshore is 310 Lake St unit #106.  This condo is currently being offered for lease for $3,300 a month and is a highly upgraded and furnished two bedroom, two bath condo.  The condo does offer peek views of the ocean with one of the prime locations

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Living by the beach can be expensive, especially If you want to live in Orange County, one of the most expensive places to live by the beach. Even with home prices coming down in the last several years, finding a single family home near the beach for around $500,000 can be tough.

Huntington Beach Real Estate | Huntington Beach, CA

Huntington Beach is one of those special places were things are different and more affordable. Since the city spreads out over several square miles you will an abundance of homes in this price range. Distressed properties control the large majority of this market so make sure you understand how to buy bank owned and short sale properties. Dealing with the banks can be a difficult process but If you to buy a home for $500,000 is the key. Make sure to look in the South and