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Rachel LaMar, J.D.
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LaMar Real Estate
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Rachel LaMar, J.D.
Broker, Attorney, Owner
LaMar Real Estate
Rachel@LaMarRealEstate.org
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CA BRE# 01399682

News, Views and Opinions on Real Estate, Law and the North San Diego Community

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Carlsbad Ocean View Dream Home

This pristine Bay Collection cul-de-sac home offers unencumbered OCEAN views and spectacular sunsets from the master suite and view deck and the lushly landscaped backyard. Offering the largest floorplan in the Bay Collection (4203 square feet), this elegant home boasts dual staircases, 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms (with one bedroom and en suite bathroom downstairs),…

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Stunning New Carlsbad Listing with Canyon Views!

Welcome to 6456 Goldenbush Drive in South Carlsbad! This highly updated home is offered at $1,575,000. This beautifully upgraded home with serene canyon views is filled with light throughout and is located less than 2 miles from the beach. This spacious 3188 square foot home has 5 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms, with one bedroom/office…

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For Sale in Carlsbad: Tuscan Inspired View Condo

Welcome to 2251 Altisma Way #208! This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom second story (top level) condo is offered at $509,000. This gorgeous Tuscan-inspired condo has incredible views out to the lagoon and ocean and La Costa Resort from the living room and outdoor deck. Enjoy stunning sunsets and ocean breezes from the west facing patio.…

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Who Is Buying the Most Houses?

As you may be aware there is very low inventory and a lot of demand in the housing market right now. Have you ever wondered who is buying the most homes, and what they are buying? If you guessed millennials (those born between 1981-1996), you are right. They make up the largest percentage of homebuyers…

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Why the Real Estate Market WON’T Crash in 2021

There has been a lot of buzz lately about whether the real estate market will crash in 2021…I say that will not happen! Let’s look at the reasons why. 1. Loans and the inability to repay them are treated differently today.. Unlike the 2008 market crash, lenders have not been making a plethora of bad…

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2021 Real Estate Market Predictions

It’s the time of year for my annual real estate market prediction for the coming year. First of all I want to say that this has been a difficult and strange year for all humankind. Life as we knew it is no more, we have changed the way we do everything – work, play, congregate,…

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Coming Right Up: More Buying Power For Buyers

Attention buyers using loans to purchase property: your buying power will be increasing this Spring. The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced it will be increasing conforming loan limits almost $38,000 starting in March. First let’s look at what exactly a conforming loan limit is. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are the guarantors of the majority…

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Most Costly (But Preventable) Home Maintenance Issue

It always amazes me when I list homes that most sellers do not do the one thing annually to protect themselves from hefty costs at selling time…and it only has to be done once a year and costs very little. If you guessed “termite inspection” you are correct! Here in California termites are pretty common…

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Federal Down Payment Help May Soon Be Here!

Do you want to buy a home but don’t have the down payment? That may soon no longer be a problem. Lack of money for a down payment is the number one obstacle to homeownership. Many would have no problem qualifying for a loan if they had the cash to put down on a purchase,…

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California Institutes New Tenant/Landlord Protections Due to COVID

On Monday Governor Newsom signed legislation protecting tenants during these crazy pandemic times. The new law states that landlords cannot evict tenants who have declared their inability to pay rent for reasons related to COVID (like job loss illness, illness of a family member, etc.). It is believed it will protect many lower income tenants,…

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