Kim has been actively involved with real estate for 17 years. As far back as 1989, Kim and her husband, Dave, began purchasing and renovating residential property. They did this while working full time and raising four children. From these experiences Kim learned valuable critical thinking skills, successful multi-tasking, and how to nurture relationships. Their children have grown into independent, well-adjusted young adults, so those skills seem to have paid off.

San Diego Housing Market Trend

San Diego Housing Market Trend

Hurray for San Diego! In San Diego Housing Market news: San Diego sellers are experiencing multiple offers within days of placing their houses on the market. San Diego buyers are having a tough time landing an accepted offer and are typically paying higher than the San Diego sellers list price. Read about:   7 Housing…

Anti-Deficiency Protection for San Diego Refinance Loans

  Anti-Deficiency Protection for San Diego Refinance Loans   San Diego homeowners who default on their refinance loans are protected against personal liability for any deficiency following a San Diego foreclosure. Under existing anti-deficiency law, a San Diego borrower is protected from personal liability for a purchase money loan secured by an owner-occupied property with…

American Taxpayer Relief Act

The American Taxpayer Relief Act

From the San Diego Downtown News … If you are fortunate to be a San Diego resident with taxable income of $400,000 or more, you may not like Congress and The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. If you earn less than that you too will feel the squeeze with the Payroll Tax (#3 in…