These younger San Diego buyers are known for using technology to their advantage in all aspects of life, so it is no surprise that they are using it to help them optimize their San Diego home buying experience.
One bedroom and one full bathroom are located on the first floor. The remaining bedrooms are located on the second floor.
Amazing architecture with vaulted and beamed ceilings plus windows galore.
As a seller, opening your home to the public was once the industry standard to sell your home. But recently this has become more of a burden than a tool.
Ask your real estate agent to give you a report with information about the average days a property will be on the market in your area, as well as a comparative market analysis (CMA).
This move-in ready 4 bed, 2 bath home has a picture window, gas fireplace and updated granite kitchen. Comes with membership to community pool and park.
Quiet location in a resort like complex. The amenities include pools, spas, tennis courts and a gym. The complex is gated and has underground parking.
Remember that most buyers are looking at your property with three things in mind: visual appeal; maintenance; and safety. A first impression is based on all areas of the home.
Yes, this home needs some updating. And the lucky homebuyer will reap the benefit of buying at a more affordable price. In July 2014 a model match at 6925 Cowles Mountain Boulevard sold for $470,000! This is an estate sale, sold as-is.
PMI is a type of insurance required by the lender that helps protect them against losses due to foreclosure. The insurance is provided by private mortgage insurance companies and makes it possible for lenders to accept the low down payments.
You will love the stain glass above and adjacent to the double front doors. The living/dining rooms have vaulted ceilings. Gorgeous cherry hardwood.
Let’s be honest. Everyone knows someone who has a license to practice California real estate. And it’s a tough decision to find the right person.