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Is Your Offer to Purchase Sufficient?
Posted on 02/16/2020
Is Your Offer to Purchase Sufficient?
If you plan to submit an offer to purchase a home, there is no need to leave anything to chance. And in most instances, it is a good idea to put your best foot forward with your offer to purchase. That way, you can boost the likelihood of receiving an instant "Yes" from a seller and moving one step...
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What is REIT Investing?
Posted on 02/09/2020
What is REIT Investing?
Image by Mediamodifier from Pixabay Although most people think of real estate investments in terms of real property that they can see and touch, buy and sell, or rent and manage on their own, there is a popular form of real estate investment that is not as personal and interactive. In many ways, it is easier, featuring the...
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Preparing your Home to Sell
Posted on 02/02/2020
Preparing your Home to Sell
Image by LightField Studios from Shutterstock When you've owned your house a long time, getting it ready to sell may seem like a daunting task. If relocation is on the horizon for you, get an early start and organize your spaces. Ideas to help you get organized right away! Resist the temptation to add items to your home...
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Home Sellers are Staying Put
Posted on 01/26/2020
Home Sellers are Staying Put
Image by Mudassar Iqbal from Pixabay Construction of affordable starter homes is failing to keep pace with the number of first-time house hunters. At the same time, more homeowners are resisting the siren song of selling to these potential buyers in order to move up or downsize. It's a trend called "rising tenure length." Owners are staying put....
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Housing starts jump in December as builders ramp up activity
Posted on 01/22/2020
Housing starts jump in December as builders ramp up activity
The latest U.S. Census Bureau report on home construction revealed that housing starts in December were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.608 million — a massive 16.9% jump from the previous month. That rate is also a whopping 40.8% above the December 2018 rate of 1,142,000 as builders ramp up their operations to keep up with...
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Refresh Your Old Fireplace
Posted on 01/19/2020
Refresh Your Old Fireplace
Photo by kelsey roenau on Unsplash As the focal point of your living space, your fireplace needs to look its best or it could bring down the rest of your décor. But how can you restore the look and feel of that key design element without breaking the bank? There are actually many different ways to rekindle your...
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Another Property Sold - 5074 Saint Rita Pl, San Diego, CA 92113
Posted on 01/13/2020
Another Property Sold - 5074 Saint Rita Pl, San Diego, CA 92113
Catch this GREAT opportunity to own your piece of the American Riviera! Gorgeous two story single family detached home is your entry level housing! Dual air-conditioning! Two car attached...
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Tips for Home Security Lighting to Keep Your House Safe
Posted on 01/12/2020
Tips for Home Security Lighting to Keep Your House Safe
Photo by Malcolm Garret via Pexels No matter how safe your neighborhood is, it doesn’t hurt to take precautions against break-ins or thefts. Installing home security lighting is a highly effective way to deter intruders. This type of lighting also provides plenty of light for walkways and paths, making it safer for you and your family to walk...
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How To Improve Your HVAC's Energy Efficiency
Posted on 01/05/2020
How To Improve Your HVAC's Energy Efficiency
Photo by Skitterphoto via Pexels Keeping your home comfortable when the weather gets cooler can have a significant impact on your energy bills. In fact, your HVAC system is one of the biggest sources of energy usage in your home. You could end up spending more than you planned to on heating, especially if the weather turns colder...
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Competition for housing is so high, the spring market is starting now
Posted on 01/03/2020
Competition for housing is so high, the spring market is starting now
PUBLISHED THU, JAN 2 202010:36 AM EST UPDATED THU, JAN 2 20202:48 PM EST Diana Olick Linkedin: @IN/DIANAOLICK Facebook: @DIANAOLICKCNBC Twitter: @DIANAOLICK KEY POINTS Spring has historically been the busiest buying season, but as competition for homes heats up across the country, January is the new April. From 2015 through 2018, the peak month for average views per...
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Millennials: What Influences Homebuying
Posted on 12/29/2019
Millennials: What Influences Homebuying
Photo by Tatiana Chekryzhova via Shutterstock As more millennials leave consumer and student debt behind, they enter the housing market. Being savvy researches in the information age, this demographic has begun to fuel the housing economy. Many purchase homes as singles, with a partner or even a friend or group of friends. Where is Preferred? Unlike past generations...
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Another Property Rented - 11740 Big Canyon Ln, San Diego, CA 92131
Posted on 12/29/2019
Another Property Rented - 11740 Big Canyon Ln, San Diego, CA 92131
Utilities inclulded. Available January 1, 2020! This is a casita behind a main house. Backyard is beautifully landscaped! Very private. Use of newer stackable washer and dryer...
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