Desirable North Park home nestled amongst a lush and private canyon setting. Prime location is walkable to all that North Park has to offer – eateries, bars, and shops, bike to Morley Field, Bird Park, Balboa Park, and Switzer Canyon with walking trail.
Closing escrow on your probate real estate, what to expect? Well there are many tips and tricks that I can give you to help ease the process for you, and give you the confidence that you wont forget any important steps along the way.
Fantastic 4 bedroom in great Clairemont location you’ll love the solar installed~not leased, owned! and the NEW dual pane windows and door to your backyard where you can enjoy your 2019 spa!
This home is pretty original, needs some TLC and has TONS of potential!
Sewer Line from House to Street: Having This Home Inspection What to Expect Sewer line from house to street. Home inspection, what to expect – That’s our topic today. Let’s get started right after this. I am Kim Ward welcome back! I’m a real estate broker, in San Diego, California and an expert…
Entertainer’s home with spacious family room and covered patio area. Close to Cowles Mountain, Grossmont College, shopping, restaurants and Patrick Henry High School
Incredible property in the foothills of East County! Great cul-de-sac location!
Is your house not selling? “Why won’t my house sell?” Is that your question? That’s what we’re talking about today.
First time on market in over 50 years! Handyman or contractor home, bring your tools and your vision.
Nestled between Carmel Valley and UTC/La Jolla, plus walking distance to Qualcomm. We love this upgraded Wateridge end unit townhome located in the heart of Sorrento Valley!
Any blip in income, assets, or credit should be reviewed and executed in a way that ensures your home loan can still be approved. The best advice is to fully disclose and discuss your plans with your loan officer before you do anything financial in nature. They are there to guide you through the process.
Here are 5 compelling reasons listing your home for sale this fall makes sense.