Single story, no stairs, end unit condo located in a small, quiet complex in Old Escondido.
Low Interest Rates Have a High Impact on Your Purchasing Power According to Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey, interest rates for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage are currently at 3.92%, which is still near record lows in comparison to recent history! The interest rate you secure when buying a home not only greatly impacts your monthly housing costs,…
2 Charts That Show the Truth about Home Affordability There is a lot of discussion about the current state of housing affordability for both first-time and move-up buyers, and much of the narrative is tarnished with a negative slant. However, the truth is that housing affordability is better today than at almost any time in…
The Real Reason Home Prices are Increasing There are many unsubstantiated theories as to why home values are continuing to increase. From those who are worried that lending standards are again becoming too lenient (data shows this is untrue), to those who are concerned that prices are again approaching boom peaks because of “irrational exuberance” (this…
The benefits of owning your home instead of renting
Don’t miss this chance to own a three bedroom, two bathroom home in one of San Diego’s hippest neighborhoods.
Two bedroom unit in established Santee community, lots of greenery surrounding the unit and community pool makes for comfortable living.
Amidst the trees on ¾ acre, perched above it all is this one-of-a-kind 4 bedroom home with a 400 square foot bonus space, pool and spa.
After 48 years, this move-in ready three bedroom home is on the market!
Magnificent panoramic canyon views located just 5 miles from Oceanside beach and Oceanside Pier.
Rarely available corner unit with canyon view. Move-in ready with updated kitchen and bath. Designer paint, recessed lighting, crown molding and laminate flooring.
If you have ever participated in a weekend of showings of any San Diego real estate, you will have noticed that some houses make you feel welcome while others make you feel like you need to turn and run as soon as you step in the front door.