From the City of San Diego Most people aren’t aware of how many gallons of water the average household uses each week. In San Diego, a typical household uses around 14 hundred cubic feet (HCF) of water a month (more in the summer, less in the winter.) One HCF of water is equal to 748 […]Read More How to Save Water in Your Home
Let’s face it, the home-buying process is stressful. Factor in incredibly competitive market conditions and you may need to book a week at the spa just to get through the next open house. Never fear, here are a few tried-and-true tips that have helped clients’ offers come out on top — even in the most […]Read More How to Survive a Bidding War
It’s important to understand the closing costs you’ll be responsible for when you sign the dotted line. Buying a home is stressful — period. The searching, the paperwork, the negotiations, and then your carefully accumulated savings, gone in a flash. While the down payment is the primary cost most pay attention to when buying a […]Read More Why Are Closing Costs SUCH a Big Deal?
Finding a buyer for your home is just the first step on the homeselling path. Tread carefully in the weeks ahead because if you make one of these common seller mistakes, your deal may not close. Mistake #1: Ignore Contingencies If your contract requires you to do something before the sale, do it. […]Read More Keep Your Home Sale from Falling Apart