California is the Rock ‘n Roll State... so earthquake info you can rely is critical

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Mortgage and Lending with First Priority Financial Inc., NMLS# 3257, ​Elise NMLS #255824, Glenn NMLS# 1124642 NMLS 255824

Elise Groves, Mortgage Broker, interviews Debra Speer from Property ID about the extensive information provided in a Property ID Natural Hazards Report about earthquakes. You need to be informed about the location of critical fault lines when you are looking to buy a home. Get those inspections done, then make a decision! A Property ID Report is the most thorough in the industry, so insist that your agent obtain the best for you. For more information, call Debra Speer at 707.974.0387. For all your home financing needs, call Elise Groves at 707.546.0440. www.GrovesTeam.net

Comments (4)

JOSH EVANS *JoshEvansHomes 516-655-5000
Village Properties of Mineola, LLC - Mineola, NY
Hopefully no more earth quakes this year or no more hurricanes would be nice and with good weather maybe the economy will pick up bad weather is never good
Aug 24, 2011 05:26 PM
​​Elise & Glenn Groves, Mortgage Brokers ​First Priority Financial, Inc.
First Priority Financial Inc., NMLS# 3257, ​Elise NMLS #255824, Glenn NMLS# 1124642 - Santa Rosa, CA
Mortgage Broker,Banker, FHA, VA, Conv, Jumbo - Pur

That's right John.... you all had an earthquake there yesterday! LOL.   I bet it freaked a few of you out.  We just sort of shrug and hope it all turns out.  One of these days though.... yikes... I know the Bay Area is in for it!  Thanks for being my very first person to comment!   I am just starting on AR and am really looking forward to it.   I have a ton of video material I have shot.  Fun.

Aug 24, 2011 05:52 PM
Mike Young
203kOnLine.com, covering the USA - Las Vegas, NV
FHA 203k Consultant 916-758-1809

Years ago my brother in law purchased a home home in Antioch and was telling me about it. I pulled out my fault maps and we located his new house site... a fault went right through the middle of his site the best we could tell. He said he wasn't told that and went back to the builder and asked. They took the 300+ page binder they gave him and stuck in the middle somewhere was the disclosure on a single page. He cancelled and moved to Oakley where he continues to live happliy ever after... lol

Aug 30, 2011 03:43 AM
Anonymous
Elise Groves

MIke - that's great!  My favorite story is about a borrower I helped in Hayward in the East Bay who bought a house literally a within a quarter mile of the San Adreas Fault line.  When the Property ID Report noted that, she said she didn't really care since it was just in the 'LIQUIFACTION ZONE'.   Oh well... I guess she is prepared to have the house sink instead of be rocked off it's foundation!  To each his own, I guess!

Aug 30, 2011 03:53 AM
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