An experienced San Diego real estate agent’s primary concern is taking care of their clients. They will take the time to find out what you and your family want from the sale of your home.
Making a successful offer in a San Diego seller’s market can be tricky and frustrating, but with persistence, know-how, and a little luck, you’ll soon be in your new San Diego home.
The living room has beamed ceilings and a fireplace. The family room has built-in cabinetry plus access to the rear yard and side covered patio area.
Open concept living, kitchen area with breakfast nook and spacious family room. Adjacent to the living room through the French doors is the perfect space for a home office.
Interest rates can fluctuate during the time it takes to apply for a mortgage and purchase a home in San Diego. Locking in a mortgage rate means you will have a set amount of time to finish the purchase process at the rate amount that was discussed with your lender.
The spa-like master bathroom is fully remodeled with separate tub and shower. The fantastic palapa has a pizza oven, plumbed-in gas bbq, refrigerator, sound sysem and 42” flat-screen t.v.
I first recommend that buyers contact a lender to get preapproved for the home purchase.
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.