Incline Village Home Values: Price/Sq.Ft (2006-2010)

June 7, 2011

See the latest on Incline Village real estate values based on price per square foot. Average Price Per Square Foot the last 16 months in Incline Village: $309.69

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“Affluent Market Starting to Buy Again” – Reuters

May 26, 2011

I think this “search for value” of buyers is good for the local Tahoe market as most of the short sales and foreclosures (albeit few) are in good condition, and are being bought by active buyers. The more short sales and foreclosures we sell (and we are), the faster our market is going to recover.

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The lonely life of a visionary (personal piece)

May 23, 2011

“For me, in some ways, I have a clearer view of the future than I have of this chair I’m sitting on.  It’s a perfect place.  There are no compromises.  Everything is beautiful.    My job is to reconcile those two worlds — knowing all the while that the future isn’t some target, some destination, […]

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How long does a short sale process take?

March 31, 2011

I share the 3 main components of a successful short sale.

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Incline Village’s 5-Year Decline in Price Per Square Foot: Are there more short sales to come?

January 27, 2011

By now it’s common knowledge of the market decline in most parts of Lake Tahoe. In this post I wanted to zoom in on a specific area in the Lake, perhaps the most famous of all communities in all of Tahoe: Incline Village. Let’s take a look… Working with real estate investors the past 5 […]

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Short Sale Resources

January 9, 2011

As I was scouring the internet for some good short sale reads… I came across Jay Thompson’s Short Sale page which lists 17 really good posts to guide any homeowner who’s watching over the fence. Arizona, like Nevada is one of the top 5 Hardest hit States in the Country. And as the U.S economy […]

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2ND LIEN HOLDERS: I’ve Got a Bone To Pick With You

November 1, 2010

Since the beginning of this year, I have noticed a trend on my short sale listings with the second lien-holders:
They have become more aggressive in trying to get more money and are not afraid of causing a foreclosure to their buyer, even if they meet all the qualifications of a distressed individual.

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7 tips for a successful short sale in Lake Tahoe

July 19, 2010
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Testimonial Two

July 1, 2010

“Joe’s your man if you need someone to trust. Joe Salcedo is a hard working Realtor. Joe is very professional and will go the extra mile.” – Philip Duane Johncock

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Testimonial One

July 1, 2010

“I was laid off from the state in November of 2007 due to major budget cuts. We were no longer able to make our house payments as the job market was just beginning to get worse and worse. My agent in San Jose found Joe Salcedo in Reno for me and told me he has […]

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“Joe’s your man if you need someone to trust. Joe Salcedo is a hard working Realtor. Joe is very professional and will go the extra mile.”

– Philip Duane Johncock


“I was laid off from the state in November of 2007 due to major budget cuts. We were no longer able to make our house payments as the job market was just beginning to get worse and worse. My agent in San Jose found Joe Salcedo in Reno for me and told me he has a lot of experience in short sales. He priced our home at a very realistic price in relation to the market values at the time. Joe was very professional and before we knew it we had an offer on our home. In September of 2008 our home closed and the bank forgave the difference. A short sale comes off of your credit in a much, much shorter time than a bank foreclosure. We will be forever grateful for the assistance of Joe Salcedo”

– James and Marsha McGinnis (feel free to call for a reference, Joe has my number)

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