Well, I guess the house would have to have walls, and actually, at this moment, the house I will be sharing with you has lost her interior walls (thanks to Mark Visocky General Contractor and his top-notch demolition team). So, let’s take a step back in time to when my new/old house did have walls shall we? It […]Read More If These Walls Could Talk
Part II of a series on the escrow process. Thank you to Kartikay Escrow for contributing portions of this blog. Red Flags A “red flag” is, of course, a signal to pay attention. In the escrow world, a red flag is a situation that may cause delays or other problems within an escrow and must […]Read More What is Escrow? What are the Red Flags?
Here is the most recent information on the San Diego housing market. For specific information on your neighborhood or a market analysis on your home, please send me an email or call me at 619-325-4192. August :: SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Attached Homes Total Sales Volume: $314,601,166 = 24% higher than July and 23.24% […]Read More Real Estate @ a Glance: September 2012 Edition
Part I of a series on the escrow process. Thank you to Kartikay Escrow for contributing portions of this blog. The escrow process can be complicated, but a good escrow company with good escrow officers will help make it as simple as possible. Even the best deal on a new home involves a whole lot of paperwork […]Read More What is Escrow?