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A thorough, practical guide to every aspect of buying a house, How to Buy a House in California will help you make informed decisions that can save you thousands of dollars With this bestseller in hand, you ll learn how to choose a house and neighborhood find the right agent get the most up to date information on mortgage options and rates take advantage of creative financing strategies from seller financing to government loans figure out how much down payment you can afford make an offer and negotiate with confidence for the best price buy a new house in a development inspect a house for physical problems and environmental and earthquake hazards juggle buying and selling houses simultaneously successfully go through escrow The completely overhauled 8th edition provides all new information and strategies, including innovative ways to reduce broker fees, buying a home in a cold market and new mold disclosure requirements It also discusses mortgage lenders obsession with credit scores, the best kinds of mortgages, updated eligibility rules and figures for government assisted loans and much Home buyers beyond California Even though this book provides state specific forms and information for Californians, most of the material in it can help home buyers in the other 49 states as well Don t buy a house without it...

Title : How to Buy a House in California (How to Buy a House in California, 8th ed)
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ISBN : 0873378105
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Nolo 8th edition August 2002
Number of Pages : 368 pages
File Size : 879 KB
Status : Available For Download
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How to Buy a House in California (How to Buy a House in California, 8th ed) Reviews

  • jerseymca
    2018-11-14 12:14

    This book was recommended to us by a friend who bought a home in California. Since then, we've bought it for other friends and family. Nolo Press publishes excellent books, and this is no exception. If you only read one book on buying a home (in California), this should be it.