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2017 Holiday Bowl Parade–San Diego, CA

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2017 Holiday Bowl Parade–San Diego, CA

Didn’t have a chance to make it to the 2017 Holiday Bowl Parade?  Not to worry.  Here are some of the highlights of the day. Enjoy!     Searching for a home? Homes for sale Under $300,000 Homes for sale from $301,000-$400,000 Homes for sale from $401,000-$500,000 Homes for sale from $501,000-$600,000 Homes for sale from 601,000-$700,000 Homes for sale from $701,000-$800,000 Homes for sale over $801,000...

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The five arguments you’ll get into on Moving Day!

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The five arguments you’ll get into on Moving Day!

Buying a home is stressful enough.  Let’s say there is a long shot that you buy the perfect home–but let’s face it, the perfect home doesn’t exist–and let’s say you can move right away—there are still five things you’re going to fight about on moving day. The first?  Well, you’re going to get HANGRY on moving day. That’s right, the first argument is going to be over food.  You’re going to get so absorbed in getting the movers on task and getting on the road to your new home,...

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8606 Carlton Oaks Drive, Santee, CA 92071 MLS #170062365

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8606 Carlton Oaks Drive, Santee, CA 92071 MLS #170062365

8606 Carlton Oaks Drive, Santee, CA 92071 MLS #170062365 Even though the calendar says it’s December, the San Diego Real Estate market is on fire.  Take a look at this home just listed in Santee. Current Price: $499,000-$525,000 Address: 8606 Carlton Oaks Drive City: Santee  Ratio Current Price By SqFt: $323 Neighborhood Name – Santee County: San Diego   Bedrooms: 3 Year Built: 1971 Garage: 2 car attached SqFt: 1623 according to San Diego County Tax rolls  Lot SqFt: appx 7,000 according to San Diego County Tax Rolls   Room...

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Getting approved for a home loan in San Diego–San Diego Real Estate

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Getting approved for a home loan in San Diego–San Diego Real Estate

Any real estate agent who has been in the business longer than a day will tell you, the first step to buying a home is not going to go look at houses.  The first step to buying a home is getting approved for a home loan in San Diego. There are many reasons for this, which we’ll discuss in a minute, and there is one really important one.  The most important reason getting approved for a home loan in San Diego is simply that we don’t want you to fall in love with a home that you can’t end up affording.  You see, all too often,...

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2033 Englewood Drive, Lemon Grove, CA 91945 MLS #170061467

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2033 Englewood Drive, Lemon Grove, CA 91945  MLS #170061467

2033 Englewood Drive, Lemon Grove, CA 91945 MLS #170061467 Current Price: $395,000-$425,000 Address: 2033 Englewood Drive City: San Diego Ratio Current Price By SqFt $402 Neighborhood Name: Lemon Grove County: San Diego   Bedrooms: 3 Year Built: 1947 Garage: 2 car SqFt: 1056 Lot SqFt: 6800 Room Count: 7 Bedroom Downstairs: Yes Number of Den Other: 0 Total Baths: 1 Full Baths: 1 Half Baths: 0 Partial Baths: 0 Bath Downstairs: 1 Dishwasher:  No Dryer Included: Yes Washer Included: Yes Interior: Blinds, Ceiling Fan(s)  Yes Fireplaces: No...

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Mortgage Assistance for Those Impacted by Recent Natural Disasters

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Mortgage Assistance for Those Impacted by Recent Natural Disasters

There is mortgage assistance for those impacted by recent natural disasters.  That according to Fannie Mae.  If you’re impacted by the recent wildfires.  On Tuesday, President Trump did declare federal money to be sent to the areas affected by the wildfires. In major disaster areas, according to FEMA, your mortgage company is authorized to suspend mortgage payments for up to 12 months, waive assessments, penalties and fees, suspend reporting mortgage loan delinquencies to the nation’s credit bureaus. Right now, if you go to FEMA...

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City of San Diego offers down payment assistance to home buyers

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City of San Diego offers down payment assistance to home buyers

The city of San Diego is offering down payment assistance program to help at least 29 families buy a home in the city. There are income limits, we go through that so you know what you can buy.

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The 7 things we are wasting our money on in San Diego–Real Estate Vlog

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The 7 things we are wasting our money on in San Diego–Real Estate Vlog

We are wasting our money. In fact, many of us might just as well throw it up in flames. What are the 7 ways you are wasting your money and what can you do about it?

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San Diego Real Estate—The top 3 things you can do to get your home sold in any real estate market.

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San Diego Real Estate—The top 3 things you can do to get your home sold in any real estate market.

San Diego Real Estate–The top 3 things you can do to get your home sold in any real estate market. We all want to sell our homes fast and for the most amount of money.  That’s just normal.  A lot of times, selling a home comes down to finances. The truth is many people don’t have a lot of financial where-with-all when it comes to selling their home. There are, however, three small things you can do to prepare yourself to sell you home and to sell it fast. The first, keep it clean.  It sounds simple, right, but unfortunately,...

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San Diego Real Estate–What is an Elisor? Why do I need one?

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San Diego Real Estate–What is an Elisor?  Why do I need one?

San Diego Real Estate—Why is an Elisor?  Why do I need one? Let me just say this for the record.  I’ve never been married, I have no boyfriend and I do not anticipate getting married anytime in the near future.  With that being said, I know divorces are no fun and they are tough to go through.  So how does this tie into the last escrow I closed?  Well, read on. I just closed a transaction with the most wonderful client, truth be told, most of my clients are wonderful, otherwise I wouldn’t work with them. Just over 7 years...

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