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

Posts Tagged ‘North San Diego Real Estate’

Home Seller Dilemma: Sell Now or Wait Until Spring?

A lot of homeowners have been wondering whether to sell now or wait until Spring. While Spring and early summer are typically the best times to sell, when a large majority of buyers are searching for homes, this year there is no reason to wait if you are a seller…and here is why: Low Inventory…

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Happy New Year 2018 and Real Estate Predictions

It is amazing that 2017 has come to an end, and it has certainly been an interesting year in real estate. Low inventory, rising prices and high buyer demand all made for some tough times for buyers and advantageous times for many sellers. Moving forward into the new year I forsee the following: Price stabilization:…

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North San Diego Coastal Real Estate Sales: 10/16-10/17

Sales in North San Diego have jumped considerably between October 2016 and October 2017. The chief economist for the California Association of Realtors predicts that sales will be up 8% for the year. For 2018 the prediction is a 4.2% in appreciation and a slight increase in sales volume. Here are the statistics for North…

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Protect Yourself: What You May Not Know About Escrow Companies

Most people know that escrow is the party that handles the money, paperwork and closing details of a transaction in California (and other states – the remaining states use attorneys for closings). But many do not know that escrow and escrow officers can fall under two regulatory categories, and that this could have an effect…

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How the New Tax Reform Could Effect Real Estate

If you own a home or are thinking about purchasing one, you need to be aware of how the new proposed tax reforms could effect you and the effect they may have on the real estate market. Here are some of the proposed changes: Tax Increases/Doubling of the Standard Deduction. Taxes could increase for hundreds…

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Why Flat Fee Brokerages May Not Benefit Sellers

Flat fee brokerages have been around for a long time, and recently there have been a few additions to the real estate flat fee brokerage world. For those who do not know about these companies, they attract home sellers by promising to list homes for a set fee that is lower than what the average…

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Working with One Agent vs. a Real Estate “Team”

I’ve seen a lot of changes in the real estate industry over the last 14 years, and one of the biggest has been the increase in the number of “teams.” A team is a group of real estate agents who work under one broker. For example, say John Smith works for Real Estate Company, and…

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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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