San Diego Real Estate–Clearing the Bad Energy

Posted by on Sep 22, 2017 in Buying Homes, CA, Community, Investment, North Park, Palm Springs, Real Estate FAQ, San Diego, Selling Homes

San Diego Real Estate–Clearing the Bad Energy

Have you ever been attracted to someone when they walk into a room?  Not physically attracted but when they walk in you can actually feel the energy and presence that they bring.  Now ask yourself, have you ever been in a house that just felt weird?  Have you ever walked into a home and was told that it was haunted?  That’s energy.  In fact, if you know anything about physics, you know that everything is energy. You see, when we buy homes or sell homes there is an...

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San Diego Real Estate–On the Road Again!

Posted by on Sep 11, 2017 in Buying Homes, CA, Community, Investment, North Park, Real Estate FAQ, San Diego, Selling Homes

San Diego Real Estate–On the Road Again!

Traveling is something that many people look forward to.  I love to travel, it’s one of my passions.  However, that leaves some clients and people wondering–how well am I or my transaction going to be cared for while my agent is away? It’s actually quite a good question.  I travel a lot, so, I’ve got this doing business thing on the road down to a science. First, most agents have a team behind them.  That means you’ll never be left in the dark....

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San Diego Real Estate–Hurricane Harvey Relief

Posted by on Sep 1, 2017 in Buying Homes, Community, Investment, North Park, Real Estate FAQ, San Diego, Selling Homes

San Diego Real Estate–Hurricane Harvey Relief

Real estate companies and real estate coaching companies across the country typically have an annual convention of some sort every year.  It’s just what we do.  Keller Williams hosts, every September, our convention called Mega Camp.  It’s an opportunity for us to come together and mastermind and help us grow personally and professionally.  Well, this year in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Keller Williams has decided to change Mega Camp to Mega Relief.  Now,...

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No Appraisal on a Home Purchase?

Posted by on Aug 24, 2017 in Buying Homes, CA, Investment, Real Estate FAQ, San Diego, Selling Homes, Uncategorized

No Appraisal on a Home Purchase?

It is a tell tale sign that the real estate market could be changing.  Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac both announced they will be offering property inspection waivers on some home purchases.  Why?  Well in their FAQ’s online, Fannie Mae says, “they wanted to offer borrowers a choice for efficiency and cost savings by foregoing an appraisal on some lower loan to value (LTV) purchase transactions. So is this a good thing?  I’m not exactly sure.  Scratching my...

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Ego: It kills real estate transactions

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in Buying Homes, CA, Investment, North Park, Palm Springs, Real Estate FAQ, San Diego, Selling Homes

Ego:  It kills real estate transactions

Ego.  We all have one.  If we recognize it, we can see it stares us in the face.  It’s that ugly little monster.  It’s also the one thing that destroys real estate transactions.  Why?  Because real estate agents have huge egos. My company operates is on the premise that every transaction needs to be a “win-win” or there is no deal.  I look at a real estate transaction as one big math problem that just needs to be solved.  So if every transaction...

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Home Values for December 2015 in San Diego County

Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 in Buying Homes, CA, Chula Vista, Community, coronado, Distressed homes, Gaslamp, Golden Hill, HELOC, home inspection, Investment, Mission Hills, Mission Valley, mortgage, North Park, Palm Springs, Point Loma, Real Estate FAQ, San Diego, Selling Homes, Slider, South Park, Uncategorized, University Heights

Home Values for December 2015 in San Diego County

Have questions about what’s happening with home values in San Diego?  Check out this interactive data sheet that will tell you. If you’re interested in knowing the value in your neighborhood, call Chris Spade @ 619-818-2992...

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