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Tips for Selling a Home

Tips for Selling a Home

April 16, 2020

if you are looking to sell, you will want to make sure that you get the highest possible price whilst also completing the transaction in a timely fashion – particularly if you are also in the market to purchase a replacement. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to help improve the chances of this happening. With that in mind, here are top tips for selling your home. 

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Tips for Buying a Home

Tips for Buying a Home

December 30, 2019

Buying a home is exciting, and certainly a milestone in anybody’s life. However, purchasing a home doesn’t come without some additional challenges and considerations that you should be wary of. In order to help keep the process as simple as possible, we wanted to offer a few quick tips for buying a home.

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San Diego Real Estate Market Forecast for 2019

San Diego Real Estate Market Forecast for 2019

September 27, 2019

In 2015, San Diego’s real estate market was rated as the sixth hottest in the country. However, residents or people looking to buy today should expect much more modest returns and gains on their initial investments. While the market still continues to increase, Zillow estimated that last year had slowed to just under a 2% annual increase. Experts looking forward suggest that future growth will likely be about half of that at a modest 1%.

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Home Staging Tips in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Home Staging Tips in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

April 14, 2019



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Are San Diego Home Prices Dropping?

Are San Diego Home Prices Dropping?

January 28, 2019

Many residents of San Diego are concerned about dropping house prices. After all, depending on how far into your mortgage you are, if your home loses a significant amount of value and you can’t sell it for as much as you need to, you could find yourself unable to purchase the new property you need. In some instances, if you only put a very small down-payment on your initial property purchase, you could even end up owing more than your home is worth. This is known as negative equity.

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