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

Posts Tagged ‘home sellers’

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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Real Estate Market Update: What’s In Store for Q2, Q3 and Q4?

In an effort to get as much information as possible out there to my clients and those interested in the real estate market during these troubled times, here is some important information to keep in mind. According to industry experts on the front lines (lenders and real estate people), home prices are expected to drop…

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What is the Effect of COVID19 on San Diego Real Estate?

First of all, I hope everyone is healthy and taking precautions to remain so, like social distancing, exercising and eating healthy. I have been speaking with many clients – buyers and sellers – and the number one question I get is whether they should consider buying or selling real estate right now, during a pandemic.…

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FREE Informative Real Estate Contracts Call Tomorrow!

Please join me tomorrow, March 4, at 2 PM PST for a FREE Zoom call, sponsored by Finest Women in Real Estate, where I will be discussing real estate contract responsibility and liability under the California Residential Purchase Contract. This will pertain to home buyers, home sellers and agents of both. If you have ever…

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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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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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What’s Going on in the San Diego Real Estate Market?

As summer heat starts to roll into San Diego, real estate is (no surprise) also a hot commodity. Home prices in San Diego have been increasing for several years, and prices have risen 8% in the last year alone. They continue to rise in many areas during this busy summer season. Real estate booms can…

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Possible End to Housing Shortage in CA?

There is a new voter measure that could put an end to the housing shortage in California if placed on the November voting ballot and passed. The proposition would allow homeowners 55 and older to reap tax benefits upon selling their homes by eliminating the “disincentive” to sell, and making it possible to move to…

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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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