Low inventory and escalating property values throughout California have created a great situation for homeowners that are looking to unload “fixer-uppers” in lucrative neighborhoods. In fact, the San Diego real estate market is so under-inventoried, that many homeowners are first seeking out fixer-uppers instead of paying exorbitant prices for freshly remodeled homes. On the other […]Read More..
When buying real estate, San Diego buyers might notice that a lot of the kitchens are small. You know that cooking at home will save you money, so you want to make sure the kitchen is as organized and efficient as possible. There are certain things you can do to make sure that your small […]Read More..
The real estate market in San Diego is one of the hottest and most lucrative in the country. But that doesn’t mean that buyers are going out of their way to purchase houses that they’re going to later have to dump a great deal of money into in order to comfortably live in. No matter […]Read More..
The older a person gets, the more challenging it becomes for them to sell their house and move out without having to hire outside help. Since most senior citizens are going to want to remain at their lifelong residence until they are no longer able to upkeep it, there are many of them who need […]Read More..
Imagine for a moment, a buyer purchased a real estate property in San Diego, moved into the house, only to spend close to $6500 on repairs that will make the house more conducive. A simple survey by the buyer before paying for the house could’ve saved that unnecessary $6500 expenses. It’s very misleading to rely […]Read More..
San Diego real estate listings contain numerous properties for sale. Property sellers often find themselves in conditions where they market extensively and wait anxiously for an offer. Some get the offers sooner than later while for others their listings get stale. The increasing numbers of stale listings have seen property owners claiming that the real […]Read More..
While real estate in San Diego continues to grow, some people list their homes for sale, but the sale doesn’t actually take place. It’s common to see some houses take months to sell, while others take a couple of days to sell. For the most part, the reason for the delayed sale of some homes […]Read More..
Selling a home is definitely an interesting time in your life. There is so much to do, so many factors to consider and can be a very stressful time. Even still, there may be a number of reasons to sell your current home and here are six of them. 1. You don’t have enough space […]Read More..
San Diego real estate listings exhibit a growing trend of home’s featuring select “smart” features. The innovation of smart technology is the future of comfort, after all, so it’s only natural that its applications would extend to a place of residence. While we’re not exactly at the stage of having a futuristic house that’s essentially […]Read More..
San Diego real estate agents know the importance of presenting a nice smelling home to prospective buyers. Even homeowners who aren’t planning on putting their property on the market anytime soon would benefit greatly from having a fresh, odor-free home. Here are 4 tips on improving a home’s scent. Smell-Proofing the Refrigerator While […]Read More..