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Rachel LaMar, J.D.
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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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Real Estate Purchases are Slowing Down

It is usually typical for the real estate market to slow as summer winds down, but many people ask me if I think the market will continue on it’s current path – rising prices and lack of inventory. This subject is discussed on a daily basis in the media by real estate agents, economists and…

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5 Changes to Real Estate Markets That May Be on the Horizon

As many in the real estate industry anticipated, the mortgage interest rate has been raised, and predictions are that rates will go up again, possibly multiple times this year. What does that mean for home buyers, sellers and the real estate market in general? 1. Inventory will likely remain low. Since inventory in most markets…

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Carlsbad Real Estate Market News

The real estate market in Carlsbad is strong but there is still a shortage of inventory. Although Zillow reports that market is currently a buyers’ market, I do not agree (at least not in certain price ranges), as we are still seeing multiple offers in some ranges. Higher priced homes seem to be accruing slightly…

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How to “Win” That Home in a Tough Market

If you have been looking for a home recently you may realize that doing so has become tougher: there is less inventory out there and when a great home lists there are often multiple offers. So how does a buyer get ahead to secure a home when many others are in the same situation? Here…

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5 Steps to Determine the Validity of that List Price

There are many buyers out there who do not know how to read and understand recent comparable sold properties (there are also many agents in the same boat, so if you are a buyer do not feel bad). Of course, if you are working with a real estate agent who is familiar with the neighborhood(s)…

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The Final Walkthrough and Buyers’ Rights

The final walkthrough is a necessity for buyers purchasing a home, but many buyers do not understand the purpose of the walkthrough and there are many important aspects to getting it completed correctly in order to protect their legal rights. First of all, it is important to understand that the final walkthrough is NOT a…

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What Buyers Should Do During their Contingency Period

When buying a home most buyers have a contingency period, a standard 17 days under the California Residential Purchase Contract (RPA), but negotiable by contract for longer or shorter periods. This time is meant for the buyer to conduct investigations and inspections in order to discover information about the home that may affect ownership or…

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