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I think it is important in any profession for individuals to continue to learn and grow in order to provide the best possible services to their clients and referrals. I am pleased to announce I have completed the rigorous process to receive my Broker’s license, the highest level of licensing in the field of […]Read More Real Estate Titles Explained: Agent, Broker, REALTOR®
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 619-888-2117. Reportable Period :: SEPTEMBER 2015 :: SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® With positive economic news coming from many […]Read More Real Estate @ a Glance: October Edition
By Phillip Molnar, San Diego Union Tribune Reporter Phillip Molnar moved to San Diego from Monterey. He moved into a 300-square-foot apartment that costs $1,100 a month. I didn’t cry while searching for a San Diego apartment, but I came close. Moving to the city on a Sunday night, I […]Read More Why I spent $1,100 for 300 square feet
Article by: Jamie Wiehe, ClientDirect OK, we’ve said it time and again, but it bears repeating: Buying a home is a very big expense—and once you’ve kicked off all that spending, it’s easy to find yourself caught up in rampant lifestyle inflation. After all, you’ve got an enormous, shiny new house […]Read More 6 Things New Homeowners Waste Money On
Every homeowner has mortgage payments on the brain. Whether it’s a 15- or 30-year term, standard, fully amortizing mortgages are designed so that homeowners pay off the balance over the life of the loan. This means that homeowners with a 15-year term will make 180 payments – double that to 360 […]Read More Married to Your Mortgage?