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

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Real Estate Market Update June 2020

It certainly has been a challenging time for all of us, but the real estate market does not seem to be affected. There are fewer homes for sale now than at any time since 2006 – according to Altos Research – and the number of listed homes seems to be falling rather than increasing, as…

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Home Buyers: On Your Marks!

It has been a VERY busy few months in San Diego real estate…at least for me. Now I am taking some time to enjoy the calm after the storm, and to help buyers find great properties. There has definitely been a change in the real estate market here, and in many areas across the country,…

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Real Estate Market Report: August 2018

For those of you who follow the real estate market, it has definitely been a bizarre year, and an even crazier summer season, at least here in San Diego County, CA. 2018 started out with a continuing decline in housing inventory, and many buyers got caught up in trying to find a home they could…

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Will Increased Interest Rates Affect the Housing Market?

The reality of rising mortgage rates is of concern to home buyers and sellers. Normally interest rate increases alone would not be much of a concern but combined with continued low inventory and high prices many wonder if the housing market will be able to sustain itself; there are 3 – 4 expected rate increases…

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Is the Seller’s Market Winding Down?

As those who watch the real estate market know, here in Southern California it has been a bit crazy over the last year or so. Despite some reports to the contrary it has been a seller’s market, especially here in San Diego County. That means that prices have risen and it has basically been a…

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Carlsbad Housing Inventory Report for June 2017

We are in the middle of the busy home selling season and many people ask me how the market is faring. You will likely not be surprised to know that we are still low on inventory. Here are how the numbers look at this time. There are currently 313 total active listings in Carlsbad as…

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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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2017 San Diego Real Estate Market Predictions

If you are like me you are surprised we are at the end of the year already, but the good news is that the real estate market fared well this year, and will likely continue to do so in 2017. Here are my annual predictions for the market, at least here in San Diego County:…

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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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Growing Housing Inventory Will Affect Buyers and Sellers

Attention home buyers and sellers: home inventory is growing. Over the last few years we have seen decreased inventory in many areas, including here in San Diego County. This has made it tricky for many buyers as supply has not met demand, but has been positive for sellers as the seller market picked up speed.…

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