Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 20, 1998 · Page 24
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 24

Ukiah, California
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Friday, March 20, 1998
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8—FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1998 Water ON THE MARKET Continued from Page 2 return the building environment into a healthy place as soon as possible. •Remove and replace all porous materials that have been wet for 48 hours. This includes flooring (carpets and pads, vinyl sheet goods, plywood subfloor), wall coverings (gypsum wall board, wood paneling), cabinets with particle board bases, ceiling materials, and insulation. Molds love to eat fiberglass insulation, gypsum wall board, latex paint and wall paper glue. •Discard all porous household items such as pillows, mattresses, stuffed animals, straw baskets and upholstered or wicker furniture. •Disinfect and dry out anything salvageable such as sheets, blankets, towels, and clothing with 10 percent solution laundry bleach. •Crawlspaces and basements need to be pumped out or drained and then thoroughly dried out. Depending on the humidity of the outside air, it may take weeks to dry out the inside of the house. Reduce the humidity indoors by opening up windows, doors, closets, and cabinet doors. Use fans, dehumidifiers, and desiccants. Kitty litter made of clay functions well as a desiccant and is readily available. After the drying-out, a plastic vapor barrier on the ground under a house will reduce the relative humidity of the soil. •Any heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems that have been submerged should be disinfected with chlorine bleach. Remove and replace all insulting materials, duct work, gas and oil appliances that have been submerged. Legionnaire's Disease, which is essentially caused by HVAC systems that are not cleaned regularly, kills 35,000 people each year in the U.S. •Remove mold spores and particles from the house with vacuum cleaning and air filters. •Continue a vigilant inspection of the building for signs of mold colonies which may be hidden from view in wall cavities. Look for water stains, moisture problems, musty odor, visibly growing molds inside picture frames and at windows. Check baseboards, window sills, the bottom of walls, wall paper, especially in bathrooms and kitchens. •Report any unusual physical symptoms to your physician as possibly related to recent water damage in your home. Highly toxic molds are often invisible to the naked eye and can only be detected with air sampling. Remember: A moldy building responding quickly to water problems and medical expenses is not a health environment. By damage, you may prevent health in the future. MORTGAGE RATE SURVEY * UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL 30 YEAR FIXED CONFORMING 30 YEAR ADJUSTABLE CONFORMING INSTITUTION PHONE RATE PTS FEE APR RG ADJ MAR LC PTS FEE APR RG N AP Bank of America 468-3627 California Fed 800 241-3945 6.750 6.625 2.125 325 7.020 2.249 350 6.870 45 30 6.000 2.750 11.875 0.000 325 8.22 A 60 N 06 3.250 2.375 11.575 0.438 350 7.30- 30 Y 01 INSTITUTION: PHONE Bank of America 468-3627 California Fed 800 241-3945 CONFORMING TO 5227,150 RATE PTS FEE APR RG 6.375 1.750 $325 6.770 15 6.250 2.010 $350 6.607 30 NON-CONFORMING @ 3300,000 RATE PTS FEE APR RG 6.625 1.875 $325 7.010 15 6.625 1.826 $350 6.931 30 ** HOME EQUITY LOAN " Personal Un Credit Card S 5K S10K S25K S 50K S 5K A.P.R. Fee Bank of America California Fed 800 468-3627 241-3945 9.05 N/A 9.05 3.99 9.05 3.99 9.05 3.99 18.75 N/A 17.65 $18 16.15 $00 RATE: Interest rate charged for borrowing on an owner occupied first trust deed, 80% LTV. PTS: Points, total of broker, discount and loan origination charges.. FEES: Loan processing charges..ADJ:lntroductory rale on 30 year adjustable rate mortgages lied to 11th District Cost of Funds (-)• the 1 Year Treasury (•); 6 month CD (*}; Llbor (') on loans to $214,600 MAR: Margin over the Index. LC: Life time cap. APR: The Interest rate expressed in annual terms with fees & points calculated In. AP: Adjustment period 1-monthly 6-semi-annual 12-annual.RG: Rate Guarantee is the period of time from date of loan application that Institution will hold stated rate. N: Loan is negative amorltized; N = NO. Y = YES. N/0: Not Offered N/A- Not available Home Equity: revolving line of credit, secured by 2nd T.D. Personal Un: Personal Unsecured Installment loan for 24 months. Credit Card : VISA or MasterCard annual A.P.R. Fee: annual charge for Issuing the credit card. RATES ARE SUPPLIED BY PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANQE AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE - NO ENDORSEMENTS ARE EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED CREDIT UNIONS MAY REQUIRE MEMBERSHIP FOR PARTICIPATION IN DEPOSIT AND/OR LOAN PROGRAMS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR DELETIONS. FREDDIE MAC LOAN MAX 6 $227,150 / FANNIE MAE LOAN MAX 0 $227 150 SOURCE: Mon.ylln.N.wiS.rvlc. Ph562/493-0411 Fax 49W811 Form and content are proprietary to MoneyHno News Service, reproduction by'written consent only. MoneyllneNewsServlceOworldneUtt.nel EFFECTIVE DATE : March 13th ,1998 "The Progressive Real Estate Company Tom Larson Kallie l<a)r«on EXECUTIVE WESTSIDE HOME. 3Bd/2Ba home in one of west- side's finest neighborhoods. Formal living & dining room. Backyard has inground pool, great for entertaining. $229,000 IN UKIAH 2 bedroom + bonus room and 1 bath. Very cute and clean on oversized lot. Centrally located. $109,900 IN UKIAH newer 3/2 central AC. auto sprinklers and auto garage door $134,950 BEAUTIFUL REMODELED HOME. This 2 bed 2 bath completely remodeled home has oak cabinets mirrored closet doors, forced air, natural gas heat, and separate laundry room. Lot is zoned R-2 $120,000 ESTABLISHED EMBROIDERY BUSINESS Grossing $150,000 NEW LISTINGII 2 acres with 2 bd mobile In Redwood Valley $127,900 IN UKIAH 3500 +/• sq. ft. commercial building. Zoned for light manufacturing, or heavy commercial. Ideal for auto repair, sign shop, School, Dance Studio, etc. Easy freeway access and possible owner financing. $159,000 IN UKIAH magnificent home under construction. Large Second Story Master Suite offers spectacular views from the wraparound balcony. Highlights include tile roof, stucco exterior, custom tile and hardwood floors, formal dining and living room, indoor lire sprinkler system, natural gas fireplace, with all the benefits of a Gated Subdivision. $375,000 ENJOY THE EELI 10 acres right across from the Eel River. Paved road to the property. It includes corral, material to build a pole bam & a building site with a beau-i tiful view of the river. $65,000 WILLITS FINEST HOMEI This 2150 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 2 bath home is lop quality. Located on 10 acres of mostly open meadow, 5 minutes from town. The home has madrone cabinets, and custom tile throughout. The floors are tile, Berber carpet, and hardwood. Formal Dining room and tile front porch. Very quiet and private! $369,000 BROOKTRAILS •GREAT HOME FOR A GREAT PRICE Inviting 2 bed, 1 ba, 2 story home In lovely wooded setting. Extra storage building, garden area. $85,000 CUTE AS A BUG'S EARI 1 bedroom 1 bath in Ukiah. New carpels and vinyl throughout. Freshly painted and ready to move in. Natural gas heat. Fenced yard. Covered patio with detached garage/workshop on large lot. $87,500 5TH GENERATION 160 ACRE HISTORIC RANCH This ranch includes a 110 year old home, with recent upgrade on kitchen, electrical, and dual pane windows. Has a garage w/apartment above swimming pool. Several barns and outbuildings. Great Horse or Cattle setup, or possible vineyard potential. $499,000. NEW LISTING Westside home completely remodeled. Has 2 kitchens and living areas. Huge backyard with hoi tub and alley access. Within walking distance to park and schools. $207,000 MANUFACTURED HOMES 2 BED 2 BATH located in family park. This home sits at the very end of the park and has vineyards on 2 sides. Home is built in 1991. Very quiet and private. $44,000 NEW LISTING! 3 bed 2 bath located in Redwood alley Family Park. Located on one of the largest lots in park. Includes, huge backyard with garden area, elaborate sprinkler system, 2 storage sheds. $57,700. NEW LISTING! In Ukiah, a unique one of a kind, 3 bedrooms 2 bath. Sunken living room with vaulted ceilings and a focal point fireplace. Great backyard, and RV parking. Must see to truly appreciate. Sellers are motivated. Call to make an appointment. $168,000. UKIAH 3 ACRES PRIME COMMERCIAL. Super 101 and North Stale Street exposure. $275,000 IN UKIAH BEAUTIFUL FOUR BEDROOM- This 1900+ sq. ft., 2 story country Home features 2 baths, custom tile, brick, woodwork through out. Gorgeous large lot perfect for a garden and animals. $179,000 FIRST TIME INVESTORS Centrally located with a 3 bd/1 ba home & 2 studio apts. Income of $1385 per month. Asking $159,000 OFFICE EXCLUSIVES! CALIFORNIA BUNGALOW 2Bd/1Ba westside Home with floors & covered ceilings. $128,000 CUTE AND COZY 2Bd/1Ba westside location, covered carport & workshop. $119,900. ON THE WESTSIDE a rare find: An attractive, coherent, well featured Home. 2 story 2400 +/- sq. ft. 3 bedroom 2.5 baths. Living room, family room, laundry room and detached room. Energy efficient with natural gas heat an appliances with wood stove supplement. Custom features throughout. $194,500 GREAT BUY Super clean 3 bd, 1.5 ba townhouse. Great fenced yard, play area. Owners transferred. $99,500 4 CONTIGUOUS LOTSI Over 3 acres with well, power, septic & phone. House plans are Included in the price. Twenty min. to Ukiah with owner financing. $59,000 NEW LISTING110 acre country ranch with a 4Bd/2Ba 1900 sq. It. Home. Includes extra large garage, hot tub, deck, landscaping, and large walnut orchards. $206,000 LAKEFRONTRESORT ^^ Lovely home with 9 cottages and conference room. Beautiful setting, very well maintained with established clientele. $700,000 13 Acres Zoned Industrial $849,000 HUGE PRICE REDUCTION! Only $199,900 for 2 homesTjust minutes from Ukiah & Lake Mendocino on 1.5W- acres. Main house, 3bd/2ba, features a custom kitchen, sunken living room, large master suite plus a family room. Other amenities include a one-bedroom guesthouse, garden area with green house, 3 car garage, large workshop, storage areas and fenced area for animals.

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