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

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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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How Will Real Estate Transactions Change in the Next 10 Years?

Many real estate industry folks have been discussing the always changing real estate market, and wondering what will change in the next 10 years for the industry, and for buyers and sellers. This is a great question because there have already been so many changes due to technology and companies that are trying to streamline…

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Happy Holidays and 2020 Housing Outlook

Happy holidays to everyone! It feels like they snuck up on me this year but I always take this time to stop and county my blessings. My wish for you, your family and loved ones is that you have a beautiful holiday season filled with love…love is the most important thing there in our lives!…

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2019 Real Estate Market Predictions

I don’t know about you, but I cannot believe 2018 is coming to an end; this year seems to have gone by so quickly. There were so many events this year that will define our world, our markets, and our lives. Whether it be natural disasters, political fiascos, or personal events, we will always remember…

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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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Crazy Things Are Happening in Local Real Estate Markets

The real estate market is going CRAZY…well, at least in my local area. After over a year of increased prices and low inventory, multiple offers and crazy shenanigans so that people can get into homes, there are some strange things going on all of a sudden – since the start of August. Here is what…

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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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2016 Real Estate Market Predictions

Around this time of year there are numerous posts on real estate market predictions for the coming year, so yes, this one will join the club. But it is important to note that in my opinion, one can only attempt to make accurate predictions (keeping in mind that no prediction is ever accurate) at a…

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Will the Real Estate Market Continue it’s Upward Climb?

The real estate market has been literally HOT for some time now – both 2014 and 2015 have shown record sales and that doesn’t seem to be slowing down. It is still a seller’s market, inventory and interest rates are low, and it is the prime “selling season.” But how long can this last? There…

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