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Technology / Re: oomba
« Last post by aquabliss on Today at 01:59:22 AM »
I can just see you buying a roomba at Costco and trying to make calls from it. 
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Technology / Re: oomba
« Last post by eyephone on Today at 01:18:39 AM »
My friend recently told me about this voip product at costco for about $120. You hook it up to internet to have free landline. Just pay monthly taxes. Anyone try this? About to cancel my landline subscription if this works well.

I think you mean Ooma.

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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 12:59:43 AM »
I hate it when you make sense!   I thought those supplemental taxes on my closing costs were tax deductible.  Drat.

Those taxes you paid at closing are tax deductible. You paid them indirectly to the county via reimbursement to the seller. They just are not supplemental taxes
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by aquabliss on Today at 12:21:49 AM »
I hate it when you make sense!   I thought those supplemental taxes on my closing costs were tax deductible.  Drat.
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 12:04:10 AM »
Wow qwerty you've never made so much sense... It's like the veil was lifted and I can see clearly.

what you talking bout willis?
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Technology / Re: oomba
« Last post by SubSolar on Today at 12:03:29 AM »
Magic Jack 2?
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by qwerty on Today at 12:02:31 AM »
I closed in April and I got my 2014 tax bill in the mail already.  If you don't find it online, then your first bill will probably come later.  I read up on the due dates of CA property tax vs. the purchase date, it's extremely confusing.

How much was your tax bill?  More than what you generally will pay going forward or just about right?  these supplemental taxes are confusing.

It was interesting.  It looks like about right but... the total assessed value of the home (property + improvements) was $100k less than the purchase price (the assessor from the bank assessed exactly the same as the purchase price). 

Also check your closing costs, you probably paid supplemental taxes there as well - I noticed it was a line item on my closing costs.  However, I think there may be another supplemental bill coming for 1% of the value from when the builder purchased the land until when I purchased my home on it. 

im going to make more sense right now too :-)

your bank appraised the home as the same as your purchase price, not the assessor, you are in the same boat as Jmoney if your assessed property tax value was 100K lower than your purchase price.  Also, the taxes paid during your closing and reflected on your escrow statement are to pay back the seller for property taxes they already paid from your date of purchase to the end of period they paid, so you paid no supplemental taxes at your closing.
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by jmoney74 on Yesterday at 11:58:20 PM »
I closed in April and I got my 2014 tax bill in the mail already.  If you don't find it online, then your first bill will probably come later.  I read up on the due dates of CA property tax vs. the purchase date, it's extremely confusing.

How much was your tax bill?  More than what you generally will pay going forward or just about right?  these supplemental taxes are confusing.

It was interesting.  It looks like about right but... the total assessed value of the home (property + improvements) was $100k less than the purchase price (the assessor from the bank assessed exactly the same as the purchase price). 

Also check your closing costs, you probably paid supplemental taxes there as well - I noticed it was a line item on my closing costs.  However, I think there may be another supplemental bill coming for 1% of the value from when the builder purchased the land until when I purchased my home on it.

How about MRs?
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by eyephone on Yesterday at 11:53:36 PM »
Wow qwerty you've never made so much sense... It's like the veil was lifted and I can see clearly.

So before he didn't make sense?
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Great Park Neighborhoods
« Last post by aquabliss on Yesterday at 11:48:17 PM »
Wow qwerty you've never made so much sense... It's like the veil was lifted and I can see clearly.
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