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I worked as a Licensed Real Estate Appraiser from 1994 to 1999. After moving to the Central Coast of California in 1999,I worked as a License Real Estate Broker. My brokerage company is David Norwood - Central Coast Real Estate. My expertise is in selling Homes and Land including: Short sales, foreclosures, Luxury homes as well as first time home buying. I can answer almost any question about real estate and will provide the pros and cons to any question.

Experience in the area

Licensed Certified Real Estate Appraiser 1 to 5. Licensed Real Estate Broker Marketing professional for over 25 years

Organizations

California and National Association of Realtors Pismo Coast Multiple Listings Service

Publications

http://www.trulia.com/voices/profile/Real_Estate_Pro-Arroyo_Grande_CA-717753/ http://www.dnorwood.com/Pages/BLOG.aspx http://www.dnorwood.com/Pages/arroyo_grande_pismo_shell_beach_newsletters.aspx

Education/Credentials

Licensed Real Estate Broker #01260196 Licensed Real Estate Appraiser exp. Master of Science Degree, Cal Poly BA Art / Marketing, Photography and Design

Past/Present Clients

I am currenty working to find homes for several buyers and have homes Listed for Same in Morro Bay and Land in Santa Margarita.

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Recent Answers from David Norwood

2015-06-20 agent question:

There are four potential answers to your question:    1. Contractually; you will need to look at the original agreement you have with the agent that provided the lease agreement.  If it is in writing,

2013-11-09 California Tax Auction Questions:

1. You can check with the County to see if any liens are filed.  However, that is why you buy title insurance, as it is the job of the tile company to determine clear or a cloudy title.     2. I would

2013-09-24 Which would you choose?:

Hi Mike:    In my opinion, I would not buy real estate in either of the areas you mentioned. I am a strong believer that anywhere near the ocean is a good investment. Properties away from the ocean are

2013-07-07 escrow not opened by agents:

From what you have told me so far, you need to consult an attorney, as I cannot give legal advice.   Also, I do not know the time line, and I have not seen the agreement, which is important for me to give

2013-05-28 Buying out a real estate tenant in common:

DO NOT ATTEMPT A SELL, PAY OFF, OR CHANGE VESTING OF A PROPERLY WITHOUT CONSULTING AN ATTORNEY!      ADDITIONALLY, CONSULT A CERTIFICATED ACCOUNTANT TO DETERMINE THE TAX CONSEQUENCE OF CHANGING THE VESTING

 

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