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Weekly Marin Real Estate Roundup


May 11, 2018

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Weekly highlights

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  • Pick of the week: 36 Starbuck, Muir Beach. 4 BD/4 BA. Extraordinary Coastal Estate. $9,995,000.
  • New: 37 Angela Ave, San Anselmo. 4 BD/3 BA. Spacious home in prime flats of San Anselmo location ready for your personal touches. $1,075,000.
  • New: 390 Lowell, Mill Valley. 4 BD/4 BA. Lovely, large home, private, quiet, but close to
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A fulfilling life is difficult to achieve with a long commute. Podcasts and carpool lanes can only bring one so much joy. I have a solution to small business owners who are struggling with this daily grind. My new listing on 305 Montecito Ave, Corte Madera (http://305montecitoave.com/) has two rentable office units below a 1200-1300 sq ft one bedroom residential space. Prime downtown location and just minutes to 101, plus the ability to live and work in the same building! With a commute of only one flight of stairs, I wonder how much more you could get accomplished?
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Weekly Marin Real Estate Roundup


April 27, 2018

Hi Alex,

Welcome to the Marin Real Estate Roundup, the #1 resource for Marin County buyers and sellers.


Weekly highlights

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  • Pick of the week: 129 La Cuesta, Greenbrae. 4 BD/4 BA. Exquisite blend of privacy, incredible style and an ideal location. $2,995,000.
  • New: 240 Cleveland Ave, Mill Valley. 2 BD/1 BA. Romantic  bungalow w/ water views, a spacious deck & lots of sun. Verdant, gentle upslope lot awaits the gardener in you with perfect planting
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Upsize Your Home to Reap the Benefits

of Multigenerational Living

By - Lucille Rosetti @ The Bereaved (http://thebereaved.org/)

  

The Benefits of Multigenerational Living

In Japan, families often have many generations living under one roof -- an arrangement called multigenerational living. Grandparents who are unable to live on their own anymore move in with their children. In turn, the oldest generation pitches in to help care for the grandchildren in the house. The culture holds a deep reverence for seniors and their love and wisdom is considered indispensable when it comes to raising the next generation. The strong community, family bonds and sense of purpose contribute to the highest life expectancy of any major country.

 

The

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Although “closing costs” vary from county to county all across the US, here is a helpful tool that will set your expectations properly on who pays for what at close of escrow:

SELLER can generally expect to pay:

BUYER can generally expect to pay:

Real Estate Commission

Title Insurance for Lender’s policy

Document transfer tax

Escrow Fee

Payoff of all loans and debt in Seller’s name

Buyer Notary fees

Interest accrued to lender being paid off

Recording charges for all documents in Buyer’s name

Home Warranty if applicable

All new loan charges

Tax Proration (for any taxes unpaid at time of transfer of title)

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Weekly Marin Real Estate Roundup


April 6, 2018

Welcome to the Marin Real Estate Roundup, the #1 resource for Marin County buyers and sellers.


Weekly highlights

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  • Pick of the week: 50 Alder Ave, San Anselmo. 4 BD/4 BA. Aesthetic and comfortable in every way, a classic home on a coveted street. $2,599,000.
  • New: 21 Oakdale, Mill Valley. 2 BD/1 BA. Old world charm steps to downtown Mill Valley! Stately home w/ formal entry, living room w/ grand wood-burning fireplace, formal dining room w/
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Narodny Team New Listing:

Stunning and meticulously restored shingled Queen Anne beauty in the heart of Dominican. Remodeled to perfection with high quality custom finishes to preserve the integrity of the original home, but updated for modern living. Incredible value for such a well maintained and elegant property. Renovated kitchen, brand new baths, new plumbing and electrical, and a large 1 BD unit below for in-laws. Level lawn area and plans drawn for a large garage. 

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Weekly Marin Real Estate Roundup


March 30, 2018

Hi Alex,

Welcome to the Marin Real Estate Roundup, the #1 resource for Marin County buyers and sellers.


Weekly highlights

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  • Pick of the week: 22 Terradillo, San Rafael. 5 BD/4 BA. Stunning and meticulously restored shingled Queen Anne beauty in the heart of Dominican. $2,250,000.
  • New: 309 Magee, Mill Valley. 4 BD/4 BA. Located in coveted Middle Ridge on a nearly 1 acre street to street lot, this enchanting gated property is located just blocks
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Weekly Marin Real Estate Roundup


March 23, 2018

Hi Alex,

Welcome to the Marin Real Estate Roundup, the #1 resource for Marin County buyers and sellers.


Weekly highlights

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  • Pick of the week #1: 351 Loring, Mill Valley. 3 BD/3 BA. Everything you could want out of a Mill Valley dream home. This Craftsman represents the perfect blend of convenience and charm. $1,499,000.
  • Pick of the Week #2: 212 Lovell Ave, Mill Valley. 2 BD/3 BA. Located in one of Mill Valley's most desirable locations, this
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Why is obtaining a written preapproval the first step in your home search?

In most areas of the country, the amount of serious buyers outnumber the supply of homes. This makes a lot of traditional thought about a Real Estate search obsolete. Just like chain wallets and baggy jeans, the days of making an offer before speaking to a lender are over.

Now more than ever, buyers need to be prepared and they need to stand out. Contrary to old methods, the first step to your serious home search is to get pre-approved with a reputable lender before you begin looking at home inventory. Here’s why -

  • Being prepared. You don’t know when your dream home is going to show up. When it does, you need to be ready to attack it. If you are not pre-approved, the

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