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Should I Buy a Home Near the Airport?

There are many factors that go into buying that perfect home. It is a critical decision to make. You’ve found the home for you, and this house is affordable. There is one drawback to consider; this home is near a busy airport. How will the proximity to the airport affect your home’s value if you […]

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Home Appraisals Low | San Diego Real Estate Market Up

Home Sales Shouldn't Be Jeopardized Because the Appraiser Doesn't Have all the Market Data Facts! Upward adjustments coming in slow from appraisers – When multiple bids push a house price thousands of dollars above what the seller is asking, which is not unusual in many San Diego neighborhoods where demand is particularly robust, are appraisers still […]

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North San Diego County Home Prices Up In 2010

Up to 10% in Encinitas & Carlsbad! Just in case you missed these great articles in the Union Tribune I thought I would draw your attention to them. The majority of North County saw price increases! Check out these links that have some great information.    How did your community fare overall in 2010?   […]

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Cardiff Real Estate In 2010

Annual Review Of Cardiff-by-the-Sea Detached Homes:  There were 62 single family home sales in 2010 in Cardiff by the Sea, California ranging in price from $417,000 – 3,500,000 compared to 57 sales in 2009 ranging from $390,000 – $3,425,000. January has an active inventory of 37 homes with a price range of $499,900 – $3,999,000. Cardiff is a community for those who […]

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What is a “Rehab” Loan?

FHA Financing for San Diego home Have you seen your potential Dream Home but worried about the cost to repair? FHA offers the 203(k) loan  which enables a homebuyer to purchase a house in need of repair or modernization by providing funds for the rehabilitation. As an alternative to conventional financing, the FHA offers a chance […]

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Determining the Real Estate Listing Price $$$$

Pricing your home is an art not a science.  Achieving the optimal price is the result of both objective research into similar properties and instinct in determining how much a buyer will be willing to pay for your home. The unfortunate fact is that price is the number one factor that most homebuyers use to […]

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