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.
Having open houses doesn’t hurt the sale of a house and, if it’s not very inconvenient for you and your family, you may want to consider it. But, statistically, the sale of a San Diego home as the result of an open house is between 1-3%.
Located on a cul-de-sac street at the north end of Santee with views of the mountains and no neighbors behind! You will love the stainless appliances, granite counters and its convenient access from the dining area to the fenced yard with covered patio.
San Diego Real Estate Listing: 2530 Raymell Drive This light and bright home has a family friendly floor plan featuring large family room, vaulted ceilings.
During the final week of purchasing your San Diego property, you and your real estate agent will visit the home to complete a final verification of its condition. This is known as the walk-through inspection.