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Old 12-10-2009, 01:12 AM
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Hello guys..
I don know i am posting at the right place or not. Actually I am looking for site that can offer Home Inspection services at the reasonable cost in the Torrance area. One of my friend suggested me to visit Certified Home Inspector for Home Inspection Service in Torrance, Manhattan Beach. I am not sure about this.. Do you people have any experience with this site.. Please do let me know what you think about this..

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Old 12-10-2009, 12:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Clandest View Post
Does anyone know of a GOOD/NICE area that I would be able to move to?

I was looking Santa Clarita area. I know what you are thinking. "THATS FAR! FROM TORRANCE YOU WON'T WANT TO COMMUTE ON THE 405!!"

Well I work graveyard so traffic won't be a problem and to get from santa clarita its takes about 45min to my work, so thats not bad.

Are there any other areas that I am overlooking? Not the AV, I grew up in the AV and will not move back there.

House is priority, I know they are out there. I've seen them on sites i've been looking. If not a house then a town home. And if not a town home a nice condo.

Loan is $180,000. Down payment is how much? What is your total price point?
Is this an FHA loan? Good rates, low down payment.

Torrance west of Western is out of your range.
Although I did see a condo short sale recently. Usually the short sales go under contract fast with multiple offers over list price then take months to close.

There are REOs (foreclosed properties) all over town but you can count on having to fluff them up. Sweat equity is key to getting the good buys.

If it were me I probably wouldnt buy in Antelope Valley just because there is no sense strapping yourself to a large gasoline bill that will only get worse as time goes by.

San Fernando Valley and Long Beach would be my first thoughts in terms of an REO condo.

Hope this helps.
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