California Real estate agents, sellers and lenders: Will the new home sales valuation (CU) affect your business in home sales? We outline the new requirements from Fannie Mae for property value mandatesin 2015.“CU” or collateral underwriter is Fannie » more
The recent heavy rain reminds Southern California homeowners about the dangers of mudslides. During drought conditions, a heavy rain becomes particularly problematic for real estate owners in vulnerable areas. » more
At an astonishing rate of growth, the internet tech giant Google is buying San Francisco and Bay Area real estate by the pound. As other U.S. brick and mortar companies face an uphill climb in retail and consumer markets » more
It is well known among real estate professionals in the San Marino, Arcadia California area of the huge influx of Chinese and Asian investments being bought there. In both commercial and residential real estate, these investors flush with cash are buying » more
Finding the best home warranty companies? California real estate data from Property ID Corp looks at how to find the best home warranty services and companies. » more
When Carlos Siderman created the Natural Hazard Disclosure report over 30 years ago, he was striving to create a report that would insulate the sellers, buyers, agents and others like escrow officers, from the liability associated with lack of complete » more
BENEFIT OR A RIP OFF? There are many factors to take into consideration when considering an extended warranty. How likely is it that the appliance will become obsolete during the extended period, making repair or replacement not feasible? » more
Buying a House InformationBuying a house can be a challenge for all homeowners, especially first time buyers. Before ever considering financing, a consideration a buyer needs to research is where. The first thing to consider even before the financing is » more
So you want to buy a house like an expert real estate investor? Buying a property at that ‘deal’ may not be the same house that you have in mind for your 2.2 kids with a pool in the backyard to live in. The typical criteria a first time homebuyer looks » more
Dams are erected to stop flooding, to generate hydroelectric power, and to control rivers, but they can wreak serious havoc if they break, and questions about a property being located in a dam inundation zone are on the rise. While the dam inundation zone » more
Property ID Corporation in Los Angeles offers California real estate news to investors, first time home buyers, realty associations and real estate agents. As a news service we provide home buying and selling tips for both realtors and first time home buyers. We cover the real estate news from Southern California, San Diego to the bay area San Francisco.
Property ID Corporation is the industry founder for natural hazard disclosure statements. We know that a California home buyers first priority is often the financing side, including low down payments, alternative financing and current California home prices. However “knowing what the new home is all about” may be a crucial issue in purchasing a new home. Our mission as a California real estate information company is to provide both the industry and the first time home buyer the critical documents they need before a new home purchase.