OFF MARKET LISTING!!! 3054 Associated Road, Fullerton is a Gorgeous End-Unit Condo Located in the Best part of East Fullerton Adjacent to the City of Brea. In a Peaceful Private Gated-Community, this Home Boasts Approximately 676 square feet of Living Space with 1 Bedroom & Full Bathrooms. Great Floor plan with Abundant Natural Lighting, Bedrooms have Spacious Closet Space, Nice Master Bedroom with Walk-In Closet, Lovely Master Bathroom. Relax on your Large, Private Patio and enjoy the Fresh Air and Views and Association Pool, just Steps Away! Convenient shared laundry in the Complex included! One Car Garage, plus Ample Guest parking. Take Advantage of the Resort-Style Living with the many Amenities offered – pool, spa, BBQ area, Gym, Tennis Court, Craig Park. Love to Shop ‘til you Drop? This Home is Close to Brea Mall Shopping, Downtown Brea, Local Grocery Stores & Restaurants.Blow off some steam at one of the great live music spots in Downtown Fullerton, try a hand-crafted beverage nearby or just stroll the twinkle lit streets. Whatever you’re looking for, this can be the perfect spot to call “home”. Current asking price is $339,000.
SOLD – 6347 THUNDER BAY TRAIL
6347 Thunder Bay Trail is in the heart of Jurupa Valley a gorgeous single family home. This home spans approximately 1,554 square feet of living space with 3 upstairs bedrooms (One Bedroom Upstairs w/ Full Bath) + 2 Bathrooms + 2 car garage on an almost 3,485 square foot premium lot. Gourmet chefs kitchen with white wood cabinetry, granite slab counter tops, custom tile back splash, stainless steel gas range, double sink & huge counter space. Custom blinds throughout the Family and Living room, High Ceilings, with lots of natural light & Gas Fireplace. Formal Living Room & Dining Room with lots of room to entertain and beautiful wood laminate flooring and neutral paint throughout. Downstairs bathroom and sink and designated washer and dryer closet. Master Bedroom with retreat and master bathroom with dual vanities, counters, tub, shower and huge walk-in closet. Nice neutral carpeting throughout the upstairs. Balcony with amazing views and plenty of natural light. Great entertainers backyard with lemon tree and patio. Two car garage with overhead storage. Minutes away from award winning school district within walking distance to distinguished Indian Hills Elementary School and minutes from Jurupa Valley Spectrum Shopping, theaters, Indian Hills Golfing. Offered at $325,000 MLS PW16167197
SOLD With Multiple Offers and in Less than a Week!!! – Welcome to 1086 Cabrillo Park Drive, #B. Wonderful End unit home has brand new Paint and is light and airy. Large Windows bring in the natural light. The Downstairs open floor plan w/ High Ceilings creates an Entertainers Delight with plenty of space for everyone. Beautiful Ceramic tile throughout the downstairs kitchen. Kitchen features Gas stove, upgraded new Dishwasher, gorgeous green marble tile, tons of cabinets and counter space, and large Pantry for storage. Resort Style Living! Two pools, spa, cabana, BBQ’s. Well-equipped gym complete with his & her saunas, shower & changing rooms. Clubhouse can be rented for guests parties. Walk along the pathways of this redwood tree lined paths, listen to the wind rush thru the trees. Relax by the bubbling brooks or fountains, enjoy the streams alongside the well-manicured pathways jog along the well lit pathways and across the street to the Cabrillo Park Tennis Center.HOA covers exterior maintenance & master insurance policy. $285 a month member dues include your gas/water/yes hot water/trash/sewer. The Redwoods is located adjacent to Tustin, and a 2-minute drive to commute via the 5 frwy, 55 frwy, or Metro Rail. Come See this Home to appreciate the natural light and quiet of no neighbors above or below.
$229,900 – 1086 Cabrillo Park Dr, #B Santa Ana 1 Bed/1 Bath 825 sq.ft.
TIPS FOR SELLING YOUR HOME
Q: What should I do to prepare my home for sale?
A: You may not be able to change your home’s location or its floor plan, but you can do a lot to improve its appearance. The look and feel of a house generates a strong emotional response, so your home needs to be at its best. Make sure it’s free of clutter, that furniture is arranged so that it’s easy to navigate the house, and above all, that it’s sparkling clean. Plenty of warm, flattering light is a must, as well – check the bulbs in your lamps and fixtures, and open shutters or drapes for showings and open houses. Fresh flowers or potted plants (indoors and out) can help, and be sure to make any minor repairs a prospective buyer might notice.
It’s also a good idea to pack away most family photos, knick-knacks and the like — you want your home to be as neutral as possible. It’s a lot harder for buyers to imagine themselves and their own possessions in your home if they’re reminded of your own personality everywhere they turn.
Q: How do I choose an agent?
A: You’ll want someone with strong experience in the local market, and with specific experience in your area. Look for an agent who has the resources, time, and support staff to market your home effectively; it’s critical that your agent be able to accomodate frequent showings and open houses — because if buyers can’t get in to your home for a showing, they won’t be writing offers. Your agent should also have a comprehensive plan to market your home, both print advertising to drive traffic to open houses, and a strong web presence — which is where most buyers spend much of their time searching for their new home.
Talk to the agents you’re interviewing about their opinion on your home’s value and salability, but beware the agent who gives you a surprisingly high listing price — they may be trying to “buy” your listing by making you think your home is worth more than it actually is. The result will be your property languishing on the market for months at this too-high price.
Q: How do I decide on a listing price?
A: After viewing your home, your agent will discuss with you what’s going on in the market as a whole, and what recent sales are comparable to your own property. When you decided to sell, you probably started keeping an eye on other properties going on the market in your neighborhood, but remember: homes are compared and priced by what’s sold, not what’s listed on the market.
You’ll also want to consider your desired time frame when deciding on a price. If you’re not in a great hurry to sell, you can price your property at or very slightly higher than the current comparable sales indicate. But if you do need to sell quickly, you’ll definitely want to keep your listing price very competitive. Remember, a too-high listing price will mean a lot of prospective buyers sitting on the sidelines waiting for a reduction…but a comparatively low listing price can result in offers, and maybe even a bidding war.
Q: How long will it take to sell my home?
A: There’s no easy answer here. If your home is priced competitively, you should be able to sell in a couple of months. But so many factors can influence the speed of a sale — the age, style and condition of your home; whether it’s in a popular and sought-after neighborhood; the availability of loans for prospective buyers; and even (as we’ve seen lately) the strength of the financial markets as a whole. Some times of the year are historically slower than others for home sales, and some price points in particular areas can add extra time on the market. It’s important to remember that if your home is priced right, a good agent will find the right buyer for you.