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Long Beach Condo Buyers Beware! Long Beach Real Estate Condos and Lofts

Long Beach Condos - Let The Buyer Beware- A must read before purchasing a Long Beach Condo-Long Beach Real Estate



Long Beach Condos - Let The Buyer Beware

Long Beach Condos Let The Buyer Beware Stormy Weather Ahead

A must read before purchasing a Long Beach Condo

 

 

The condo market in this country is huge. Baby boomers are downsizing and professionals are buying condos and lofts near work.  It's an opportunity for renters to become first time buyers which they didn't think they would have again after the sellers market drove prices far above their reach. 

 


Long Beach Condos - First Time Buyers In my opinion the condo market in Long Beach, and nationwide, may be in for a few rather large shockers which could rattle more than a few cages.  We have already come across several HOA's in, or very near, serious financial jeopardy.  Many condo owners purchased using ARM's through 2006 prior to the sub prime implosion.  When those ARM's adjusted some of these homeowners found themselves unable to pay the increased loan amount and the HOA fees.  Rather than lose the condo (their home) some stopped paying the HOA fees in order to continue paying the mortgage.  At this point the HOA should step in and take the action dictated in the CC&R's but with so many homeowners in trouble and choosing this road they have had to examine their options as well.  The HOA is supposed to foreclose on those units per most CC&R's.  It is expensive to foreclose and when you are dealing with multiple owners in the same complex that cost can become exorbitant and unmanageable.  The available funds to move forward with the foreclosures often just don't exist because the reserve fund has been driving the operating account and is depleted. 



The effect of non-payment of monthly HOA Dues


Monthly HOA fees are designed to cover the monthly expenses of the complex.  When there is a shortage the HOA must put to a vote the decision to draw funds from the reserve account into the operating account in order to cover expenses.  Many HOA's have been depleting their reserves in this fashion for the last several years and are coming close to wiping out their reserves, or are there now. 



Lets compound the problem. 
HOA's regularly must deal with major expenses, some expected, some not.  If the roof or plumbing begin to fail there is only so long that you can put band-aids on them until they actually fail and create widespread damage in units.  Even in a good market it is rare for any HOA to have ample funds to replace either of these or any other large repair without an assessment as these are high ticket items which require a vote of the HOA and the members.  Condo owners who are in trouble or are in default on their HOA's, have lost their jobs or are afraid they are about to lose them will not vote for any additional expenses.  Assessments and/or increases in the monthly HOA dues will also be needed to replace badly depleted reserve funds, these are also subject to a vote.   



Imagine this, or similar, scenarios across multiple HOA's over the course of the next 5 years.  Compound that with the fact that most new buyers in these condo complexes are coming out of rent as first time home buyers and are buying the absolute most they can afford.  There is no room in their budget for assessments, large or small, and in some cases a simple $100 increase in HOA would strangle them.



Eventually the work will have to be done.  Eventually the assessments will have to happen both for repairs and to replenish reserve funds.  The assessments that are coming down the pike in many condo complexes as the market turns around and tries to correct itself will be profound.  This downturn will have to be paid for. 

 

Long Beach Condos - Litigation - Law Suits - DisclosureSeveral major Long Beach condo complexes are currently facing litigation for a variety of situations.  These litigation's have the potential to cause future assessments and/or HOA increases.  Read the minutes, if there is even a hint of litigation inquire and assess the details, speak to your financial advisor or attorney.  Will this litigation cause an assessment that you could not handle financially?  Do your due diligence, find out if a situation exists and how it will affect you as a future homeowner in the association. 


First time buyers likely will not have equity to borrow from to cover the cost of the assessments in the next 5 years, appreciation will come slowly when the market begins to turn.  Some of these condo purchases will fall to foreclosure.  5 years from now my prediction is that about 80% of the owners in these complexes will be first time buyers that purchased through this downturn.  This has the earmarks of a potential disaster. 



As these units fall to foreclosure some of the banks will pay the back HOA fees and perhaps the assessments. The banks, however, are in no way obligated to assume these expenses and there is no guarantee that they will do so moving into the future.  The HOA  expenses are technically the obligation of the foreclosed former owner.  While the same may be true for assessments, special assessments not yet due would be the responsibility of the bank. 
But by then it won't be enough to fix the problems, many associations will be too far gone and the money will not arrive in a timely manner, if at all. 


Condo buyers are given a year of monthly HOA minutes, financials, CC&R's, budgets, rules and regulations while in escrow, some read them, some don't, some understand, some don't.  We explain things to them, they go ahead with the purchase bright eyed and hoping for the best because for them the real miracle is home ownership. 

 

Every condo association is required to have a reserve study and to update it every other year because of changes in the Davis Sterling Act


The banks are still sitting on a large number of foreclosed properties, in many cases they have left the non-paying owners in them to deflect utility bills the bank would otherwise be required to pay.  Keeping the owners in them for the moment also keeps them from being broken into and damaged, another expense the banks would otherwise absorb.  Eventually these properties will become available for sale and another large group of renters will move up to home ownership. 
 

When the foreclosures are released many buyers who have waited for the last 2 or 3 years will be shocked to find they cannot compete with their FHA loans and their 3.5% down, they are already experiencing this.   I presume this will keep the amount of government backed loans down a bit.  

 

There are new FHA requirements:

  • FHA now requires a minimum of 10% of the amount of the annual budget be available in reserves.
  • FHA also now requires that no more than 15% of the homeowners are delinquent. 
  • All FHA approved projects will have to re-certify every 2 years. 
  • There are no more "spot" approvals possible. 

 

These requirements will make an already difficult condo search more difficult as less buildings qualify for FHA loans. 

 


Banks already want to see 10% to 20% in down payment and respectable credit scores, not so many first time buyers have that.  Conventional loans at 10% down are tough to get and usually become 15% before the loan closes.  Interest rates will probably go up by summer, right after the tax incentives expire, this will knock down buying power yet again. By summer a lot of buyers who waited will not be able to buy or will have to reduce the price range they are searching in. 



We are short inventory to sell.  When a nice property comes onto the market it is often buried in multiple offers. There are all cash and large down payment buyers out there scooping up most of the decent properties coming onto the market.  Few FHA buyers are buying because they either cannot compete or don't like what they can buy in their price range. 



All in all it is a difficult scenario.  Between the financial world and what is going on at street level in real estate, we have real potential for further financial disasters. 


Take care when you are purchasing condos &/or lofts (condos) both in Long Beach and nationwide.  Carefully review all of the documents presented to you before deciding to go forward.  Determine if the HOA is financially solvent enough for your comfort level, the responsibility is ultimately yours.  Review your personal financial situation.  If the monthly dues are increased or a substantial assessment becomes a reality will you be able to access the funds to satisfy it?  If you don't understand what you are reading have your financial advisor, accountant or attorney review the documents before you move forward. 

 

When you are ready to buy call your Long Beach expert.  Laurie Manny 562-212-5420.

 

 

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How to Hire Your Long Beach Realtor - Long Beach Buyer Advice

How to Hire Your Long Beach Realtor. Do's and Dont's for a successful relationship when purchasing your Long Beach Homes and Condos.



1st Time Home Buyer Advice

Long Beach Real Estate - Homes and Condos




Do you want a Loyal Realtor?  Be a Loyal Client!

If you want a loyal Long Beach Realtor who will work hard to find your next home it's in your best interest to be a loyal client.   Your Realtor is about to put in a lot of hours to make your dream of home ownership come true, they have a right to expect to be paid once escrow is closed, it really is much more time consuming than it looks when it is done right.  Nobody can afford to put months of work in and not be paid.  Would you work for months for free?  Realtors are paid at the close of escrow after the job has been completed.  


Can I work with more than one Long Beach Realtor?

  1. No Long Beach Realtor will work as hard for a client that calls to view a property as they will for a client working with them exclusively.
  2. Each time you contact a new Long Beach Realtor you will have to go through the entire process again.  You end up wasting valuable time when you could be viewing homes instead. 
  3. Clients and their Realtors need to have a relationship based on trust and loyalty.  It is crazy to think that any Realtor will work with a buyer knowing that they are working with other Realtors as well.  Buying a home can become a very time consuming project and a Realtor has a right to expect to be paid for their work and time.  When you work with multiple agents toward the purchase of one home the only agent who will be paid is the one who actually finds you the home.  Be fair. 
  4. All agents have access to the same MLS and the same listings.  If you do not find what you are looking for with one agent you should adjust your search a bit.  Another agent isn't magically going to be able to produce another whole new set of listings for you to view.  We all have access to the same information.  The difference in agents is how we process thatHire the right Long Beach Realtor information.  


How do I find the Right Realtor? 

It is smart to interview more than one Long Beach Realtor before deciding who to work with.   Ask questions; get to know the Realtor a bit as a person.  Find out what level of knowledge they have regarding the market you are shopping in.  Keep in mind that Long Beach is a very large city with many unique beach communitiesinland neighborhoods, our very own Downtown and our 17 historic districts .  Find out how well they know the area you are interested in. 


  • Is there anything that I should not do before the purchase of a home?


  • What is involved in becoming pre-approved for a mortgage?
  • How will my credit score affect my ability to purchase a home?
  • What can I expect during the process of purchasing a home?
  • How do we write a strong offer that will be accepted?
  • How do you handle contract negotiations?
  • What happens after our offer is accepted?
  • What do you expect from me (the buyer) during our relationship?


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Should you work directly with the listing agent? 

Some Long Beach buyers believe they will get a better deal working directly with the Listing Agent.   The listing agent has a fiduciary responsibility to the seller, not the buyer.  Dual agency occurs when the same brokerage represents both the seller and the buyer under written agreements.  

A Realtor exclusively representing the buyer will write a purchase contract which will protect the buyer.   A listing agent, writing a purchase contract for a buyer has the best interests of the seller in mind, not the buyer.  The most important thing Long Beach buyers need to understand is that the listing agent is working for the seller. 


How we roll........

Long Beach HomesThe Laurie Manny Professional Group will want to know if you are working with another agent.  If you are currently working with another Realtor you will have to choose whether to stay with the other agent or work with us.  We are confident that you will want to work with us; we know the Long Beach real estate market and are very good at what we do.  Check out our neighborhood real estate market updates and reports for information and sales statistics, we update them when we can. 

We also require that you be fully approved for a mortgage, preferably through a direct lender; we can help you with that.   You are not prepared to write an offer without full loan approval, we will need to send it along with your purchase offer when you find your next home.  It is a waste of your time to search for your Long Beach home without full loan approval.  If you find your dream home you will not be in a position to write on it and may very well lose it to another, better prepared buyer.  No listing agent or seller is going to consider an offer without proof of a fully approved loan and lender contact information.  


Are you ready to work with an agent that is dedicated to you?  Interested in finding out the current market value of your Long Beach home, condo or investment property?   This one is easy, Contact Laurie (562) 212-5420.


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$8000 Tax Credit for Long Beach First Time Home Buyers - Long Beach Real Estate

$8000 Tax Credit for Long Beach First Time Home Buyers-General Guidelines - Long Beach Real Estate



 

First Time Buyer Tax CreditTime is running out to take advantage of the $8,000 first time buyers tax credit.  In order to claim the credit you will have to close escrow by midnight November 30, 2009. With many escrows running over 30 days this means that you will have to locate the property fairly quickly, have your offer accepted and close escrow in time to qualify. 

 

Who is qualified to claim the tax credit?

 

First time buyers purchasing between 1/1/2009 and before 12/1/2009


First time home buyer defined:

 

The law defines "first-time home buyer" as a buyer who has not owned a principal residence during the three-year period prior to the purchase. For married taxpayers, the law tests the home ownership history of both the home buyer and his/her spouse.

 

How is the amount of the tax credit determined?

 

The tax credit is equal to 10 percent of the homes purchase price up to a maximum of $8,000.


What are the income limits for claiming the tax credit?

 

The income limit for single taxpayers is $75,000; the limit is $150,000 for married taxpayers filing a joint return. The tax credit amount is reduced for buyers with a modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) of more than $75,000 for single taxpayers and $150,000 for married taxpayers filing a joint return. The phaseout range for the tax credit program is equal to $20,000. That is, the tax credit amount is reduced to zero for taxpayers with MAGI of more than $95,000 (single) or $170,000 (married) and is reduced proportionally for taxpayers with MAGIs between these amounts.

 

What types of homes will qualify for the tax credit?

 

Any home that will be used as a principal residence will qualify for the credit.

It is important to note that you cannot purchase a home from your ancestors (parents, grandparents, etc.), your lineal descendants (children, grandchildren, etc.) or your spouse.


I am not a U.S. citizen. Can I claim the tax credit?

 

Maybe. Anyone who is not a nonresident alien (as defined by the IRS), who has not owned a principal residence in the previous three years and who meets the income limits test may claim the tax credit for a qualified home purchase. The IRS provides a definition of "nonresident alien" in IRS Publication 519.


Is a tax credit the same as a tax deduction?

 

No. A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in what the taxpayer owes. That means that a taxpayer who owes $8,000 in income taxes and who receives an $8,000 tax credit would owe nothing to the IRS.


I bought a home in 2008. Do I qualify for this credit?

 

No, but if you purchased your first home between April 9, 2008 and January 1, 2009, you may qualify for a different tax credit. Please consult with your tax advisor for more information.


Is there any way for a home buyer to access the money allocatable to the credit sooner than waiting to file their 2009 tax return?

 

Yes. Prospective home buyers who believe they qualify for the tax credit are permitted to reduce their income tax withholding. Reducing tax withholding (up to the amount of the credit) will enable the buyer to accumulate cash by raising his/her take home pay. This money can then be applied to the down payment.


The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development has announced that HUD will allow "monetization" of the tax credit. What does that mean?

 

It means that HUD will allow buyers using FHA-insured mortgages to apply their anticipated tax credit toward their home purchase immediately rather than waiting until they file their 2009 income taxes to receive a refund. These funds may be used for certain down payment and closing cost expenses.

Under the guidelines announced by HUD, non-profits and FHA-approved lenders will be allowed to give home buyers short-term loans of up to $8,000.


If Im qualified for the tax credit and buy a home in 2009, can I apply the tax credit against my 2008 tax return?

 

Yes. The law allows taxpayers to choose ("elect") to treat qualified home purchases in 2009 as if the purchase occurred on December 31, 2008. This means that the 2008 income limit (MAGI) applies and the election accelerates when the credit can be claimed (tax filing for 2008 returns instead of for 2009 returns). A benefit of this election is that a home buyer in 2009 will know their 2008 MAGI with certainty, thereby helping the buyer know whether the income limit will reduce their credit amount.

Taxpayers buying a home who wish to claim it on their 2008 tax return, but who have already submitted their 2008 return to the IRS, may file an amended 2008 return claiming the tax credit. You should consult with a tax professional to determine how to arrange this.


For a home purchase in 2009, can I choose whether to treat the purchase as occurring in 2008 or 2009, depending on in which year my credit amount is the largest?

 

Yes. If the applicable income phaseout would reduce your home buyer tax credit amount in 2009 and a larger credit would be available using the 2008 MAGI amounts, then you can choose the year that yields the largest credit amount.

 

 

Long Beach First Time Buyers Tax Credit

 

 

This is a brief overview of the details related to the Federal Housing Tax Credit.  Further details can be found here. There are a lot of details related to applying this tax credit.  The information on this article should not be construed as legal or financial advice, it is for general information purposes only, we strongly advise consulting your tax advisor prior to making any decisions. . 


If you are thinking about buying a Long Beach home, a Long Beach condo or a townhouse in Long Beach please give us a call for a comprehensive overview of the real estate market in Long Beach and for a free consultation (562) 212-5420.

 

 

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This important article highlights issues that many first time home buyers do not consider, that being the remaining life of the existing systems currently in the home and the cost of future replacement:


 



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Long Beach Condos - Buyer Tips for a Smart Purchase-Long Beach Real Estate

Long Beach Condos-Buyer Tips for a Smart Purchase-Buying condos is serious business learn how to arm yourself with necessary information-Long Beach Real Estate



Long Beach High Rise Condo Buyers - Long Beach Real EstateWhen you are in the market to buy condos in Long Beach California (or anywhere else) it is very important that you know what questions to ask in order to decide if you are making a safe and a smart choice.  It is a smart condo buyer who knows where the pitfalls are and how to avoid them.  Learning as much as possible about how the HOA is managed, and how that will affect you as a part owner in the community, is your smartest decision. 


If you are an FHA buyer, as first time buyers often are, it is important to find out if the condominium complex is FHA approved - prior to writing your contract.  If you provide your lender with the name and address of the complex they can check this out for you.  Your lender will also need to know what the owner occupancy rate is in the complex, this can generally be obtained from the management company.  If the rate is below 50% the complex will not be eligible for FHA financing, even if it had been in the past.  Spot approvals can sometimes be obtained for non-FHA approved condominium complexes, if all criteria is met.  Spot approvals are not guaranteed and can become a lengthy process, sometimes taking 30 to 60 days. Spot approvals will be discontinued on November 1, 2009.  Condo Complexes can still apply for FHA acceptance, if they meet the criteria. 


Most condominium buyers want to know what the pet restrictions are in the building and if they can install washer/dryer hookups in condos that do not already provide these.  This information is usually covered in the Associations Rules and Regulations.  It should be fairly easy to obtain a copy of this either from an HOA member or the management company.  Your agent should be able to obtain the phone numbers of the management company and a couple of HOA board members.  You may need these numbers to continue your investigation into the solvency of the HOA. 


Once your offer is accepted you will receive a copy of the HOA documents.  These should contain the CC&R's, financials, budget and 12 months of minutes per paragraph 6B of your CAR (California Association of Realtors®) purchase contract.  It is not unusual for these to not arrive on a timely basis, these should be pursued, they are a contingency of your purchase and are very important.  Once received these documents should be reviewed closely, they tell the story of the complex, past, present and future. 

 

Paragraph 6B of your CAR purchase contract provides instruction to the seller to disclose to the buyer as follows:


  1. Copies of documents required by law.
  2. Disclosure of any pending or anticipated claim or litigation by or against the HOA.
  3. A statement containing the location and number of designated parking and storage spaces.
  4. Copies of the most recent 12 months of HOA minutes for regular and special meetings.
  5. The names and contact information of all HOA's governing the Property (collectively "CI Disclosures). Seller shall itemize and deliver to the buyer all CI Disclosure received from the HOA and any CI Disclosures in Seller's possession.  Buyers approval of CI Disclosures is a contingency of this agreement as specified in paragraph 14B(3). 


 

Long Beach Condos - First Time Home Buyers - Long Beach Real EstateA couple of the important items you will be asking about, and checking the HOA documents for, are any recent, pending, current or proposed assessments or increases in HOA monthly assessments.  Reading the last 12 months of minutes (required per the terms of the purchase contract, paragraph 6B) will reveal any discussions at board meetings regarding these and other important items.  If any of these items exist they should also be disclosed by the seller on the TDS (Transfer Disclosure Statement) during the disclosure term of your purchase contract.  We often ask for 24 months of minutes to get more history on the management of the HOA.  These minutes are a wealth of information and should be read very closely, they reveal much of what you need to know to formulate your decision to proceed with your condo purchase. 

 

 


Who is Negotiating YOUR Long Beach Home Purchase or Sale?

 

Do you know who is negotiating the purchase or sale of your Long Beach Homes?  The real power in your Long Beach Realtors ability to negotiate a contract on your behalf lies in their command of the contracts they are wielding.  The standard form contracts that we use were written by attorneys for the California Association of Realtors (CAR).  Each and every paragraph of these contracts was developed to protect the consumer; the buyer and the seller in all Long Beach Real Estate transactions.


Knowing how to bend the contract toward a buyer's or a sellers best interest is an art, in my opinion.  Contracts have little boxes and small seemingly insignificant paragraphs in them which are often glossed over as meaningless.  There is nothing meaningless in any of the CAR contracts. Read More>>>



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How to Buy Bank Owned Homes-Comedy-Long Beach Real Estate

How to Buy Bank Owned Homes-Comedy-Long Beach Real Estate



How to Buy Bank Owned Homes

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While this movie is greatly exaggerated sadly much of the content has a serious element of truth to it. 




    Important Long Beach Home Buyer Tips

 

 

This article highlights issues that many 1st time home buyers do not consider, that being the remaining life of the existing systems currently in the home and the cost of future replacement.


 



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