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

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The Importance of Trust in Real Estate Agency Relationships

Trust is a key element in any relationship, and that includes business. In real estate transactions buyers and sellers need to be able to trust their agent, as agents not only tell their clients what documents are required to complete transactions, but also negotiate on their clients’ behalf. The role of an agent is to…

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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 Benefits from New Tax Laws

Many people think that real estate suffered with the recent tax changes – most notably the elimination of moving expense deductions, the reduction in the mortgage interest deduction ability, the $10,000 state and local tax cap on deductions…all of these will make it harder for some property owners. But the good news is that there…

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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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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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Real Estate Agent Responsibility When Showing Property

Real estate agents wear many hats – from negotiator to chauffer to therapist, and that’s just for starters. A real estate agent often must take clients by the hand and walk them through the home search or listing process, as well as the subsequent purchase or sale transaction. But there is one thing that agents…

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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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