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How to Hire a Contractor, Infographic, compliments of Comet Realty

October 14, 2015
By: Hayley Townley

We are fans of the tv show “Catch a Contractor” with Adam Corolla on Spike TV. If you don’t have time to catch an episode before YOU hire a contractor, here’s a few tips you might find useful. Please contact Comet Realty for all your Central Coast real estate needs.

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AMAZING NEW LISTING – STUNNING TWINHOME TRANSFORMATION

July 3, 2015
By: Hayley Townley

Virtual Tour for 411 Golden West Place in Arroyo Grande This single level twinhome has been transformed into an amazing artistic space. It’s practically new and shows like a model home. New windows and laminate floors throughout, new cabinets and granite counters in the kitchen/dining room, two remodeled bathrooms with vinyl flooring, updated electrical and plumbing, new baseboards…all this plus a two car garage and good size backyard with a fenced dog run and raised planter beds for your very own salsa garden! This one…
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California real estate group expects modest rise in home sales, prices in 2012

October 1, 2011
By: cometrealty

by Kerry Curry www.HousingWire.com           California home sales and median prices should improve only slightly in 2012, as the the tepid economic recovery, uncertainty and tight lending keep the lid on greater momentum for housing.           The California Association of Realtors forecasts the state’s home sales will grow about 1% next year to 496,200 units, following essentially flat sales of 491,100 this year. CAR said 491,500 homes sold in 2010.           “Despite the…
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Take care of your credit if you want to buy a house!

March 5, 2011
By: cometrealty

My mother always told me that if you have good credit, you will be able to afford almost anything you NEED. As a rule it takes awhile to establish good credit, and only a few foolish choices to wreck it! There is nothing worse than getting all excited about a house, then finding out that your credit is so bad you could not afford to buy a 1992 Honda Civic! In order to determine what you can afford, most lenders check your FICO credit score….
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