Buying a Home

Feb. 15, 2017

Grant Funds for HOA Dues Available

Thinking about buying a condo? Grant funds are now available providing up to 6 months of HOA dues! These funds are 1st come 1st serve and will likely go fast. If you're ready to buy let's see if you qualify. Give me a call or text to get ...

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Oct. 13, 2016

Are we in a bubble?

"Is this another real estate bubble?" For most that study the market the answer is NO. This is not a bubble. These rising prices are based on simple Supply & Demand. In San Diego, we have very few homes to choose from. At the 2007 peak there were nearly 25 ...

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May 4, 2016

Hire A REALTOR ~Get A Leg Up On The Competition

As the demand for homes exceeds supply in markets across the U.S. and especially here in San Diego, homebuyers may feel like they are facing an uphill battle to find the right home this spring. 

While many Buyers can search for homes on various websites from their own ...

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April 19, 2016

Coming Soon Properties

We've been quite busy lately, as more and more sellers are deciding now is the time to sell. So I'd like to give you the 1st opportunity to learn about a few of the homes we are putting on the market in the next couple weeks.

1) Chula ...

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Feb. 23, 2016

The Old Rules Don't Apply

"Oh, how times have changed."  At least that's what our parents and grand-parents keep saying. 

For someone like me...still in my (late)30's, growing a family (wife+2 kiddos), maintaining a career (12+ yrs in real estate), and just having a life...this look at Non-Linear Life Stages ...

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Feb. 12, 2016

2016 STILL CHEAPER TO BUY THAN RENT

For San Diego, buying a median priced home with 10% down for a 30yr mortgage means buying a home in San Diego is 10 percent cheaper than renting.

Rental rates have risen faster than home prices in many markets. Buying a home is 36 percent cheaper than renting nationwide and now is the best time ...

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Feb. 11, 2016

BUYING BEATS RENTING IN LESS THAN TWO YEARS

The misconception many potential buyers have is the that it costs more to buy a home. While initially, it does take more money to buy a home (which requires down payment/closing costs) than a rental (which requires a security deposit) - If you examine the money spent it's often ...

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