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You’ve Inherited Property, Congratulations…Now What?

Lynne MacFarlane Realtor Blog - Inherited Property

 

Here’s an example how my Intero office in Los Altos partnered with Summitry and assisted a client with her property inheritance, click here.

Let me know if you’d like to discuss further and I can provide an introduction, it’s very simple and there’s no obligation, just good information for our clients.

I’m here to help, always, in anyway I can. Cheers, Lynne

 

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Lynne Watanabe-MacFarlane, MCDM, SRES, SRS

  • Master of Communication Digital Media/Marketing, University of Washington, Seattle
  • Senior Real Estate Specialist – Advance Certification, National Association of Realtors
  • Seller Representative Specialist – Advance Certification, National Association of Realtors

PFAC Silicon Valley affiliate (Professional Fiduciary Association of California) #1631 

Professional Real Estate Association memberships:

  • National Association of Realtors
  • California Association of Realtors
  • Silicon Valley Association of Realtors

 

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ArticlesReal Estate December 10, 2018

CALIFORNIA PROPERTY TAX REMINDER (DECEMBER 10) TAXES

CA property tax

Just friendly reminder for California property owners: Don’t forget that your 1st installment of your property taxes are due today. If you don’t get the bill postmarked by 5PM today there will be a 10% penalty. Your 2nd installment tax bill is due Feb 1st, but becomes delinquent after 5PM on April 10th. A simple way to remember when to pay your taxes is with this simple saying: “No Darn Foolin’ Around”

N- November 1st: 1st installment of property taxes due

D – Dec 10th: 1st installment considered delinquent

F – February 1st: 2nd installment of property taxes due

A – April 10th: 2nd installment considered delinquent

* If your property taxes are paid through your mortgage company, your mortgage company will send out your tax payments to your local tax assessors office. There’s no need to stress sending a payment.

Whether here locally, or anywhere in the U.S., everyone should have the advantage of working with the very best – someone who has the experience and market knowledge to meet and exceed their expectations. For exceptional real estate service, contact me today.

Lynne Eriko MacFarlane, Realtor

Phone 831.346.2743