Past sellers have asked me if they should credit the buyer money towards their closing costs instead of completing buyer requested repairs after the home inspection.
Do you know what to expect regarding closing costs? This short video may help answer some of your questions – whether you’re a buyer or seller.
Welcome to this home with corner lot located in Mission Village. This single story fixer home is 1,524 sqft with 4 bedrooms.
Upgrades include: roof replaced in 2001, Honeywell furnace with electronic air cleaner and air conditioner installed in 2007 and dual pane windows installed in 2011.
Canyon location! This single story home in a small community of Arbor Canyon View Estates has beamed vaulted ceilings in the living room.
Spacious ranch style home on over an acre of land. Located well off the road this home has a covered back patio, open kitchen with view of the rear yard, formal dining room, large living room and separate family room
The other day a client, Bob, asked me if he should get an appraisal of the value of his house before placing it on the open market. I told Bob that he could pay around $500 for an appraisal. It’s important to you to know the current market value of your house BEFORE offering it for sale.
Kim is being interviewed on 1700am radio station today 3/23 at 1:00pm. We are very proud of the help she has been providing to San Diego buyers and sellers for the past 20 years. Tune in and listen to Real Talk San Diego!
If you’ve had the chance to work with me, you know that my purpose is for you to be outrageously happy with the help I provide.
Buying or selling San Diego real estate can be intense and choosing the most qualified person to be your teammate through the entire process is crucial.
Helping to determine what cost-effective repairs are needed is something I offer to all of my clients. Of course, no one is forced to agree to complete the recommended repairs; I simply make the recommendations and the seller client makes the decision.
Currently San Diego is more of a seller’s market than a buyer’s one. However, it still pays to take the time to make your property more desirable than the rest of the houses in the San Diego real estate market.