What does a typical 203k project look like? Here are a few that we saw in the past year...
San Jose. Needed a new roof, heating system was well beyond it's useful life. Vegitation growing all over the home... clinging vines, dated kitchen and bathrooms. Seller ignored repairs for years thus a lower than typical sales price would be in order.
Duplex northease of Davis. Lack of typical maintenace over a long period of time caused damage to wood members that might have been avoided with normal owner preventive mainteance. Seller should eat the loss here as this never should have gotten this bad.
SFR in Vallejo. This cute home just need some updating and weatherization.
SFR in SF had an illegal lower level unit. Someone convered the basement to a second living area but forgot to obtain permits and then failed to use common construction methods. Seller should carry the brunt of the cost in a lower sales price.
Pretty much anything is a typical FHA 203k renovation potenial property. If you are trying to sell a home with a bad roof or a marginal roof and it leaks just after the home is sold, you will likely get sued... not if you had suggested a 203k to replace that faulty roof as it would be a warrantee item.
Mike Young, 203k Team Leader
We have fourteen offices in CA covering both CA states, NorCAL and SoCAL where we can cover the entire state.
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