The San Diego Housing Market is moving! The direction it's moving depends on the pricepoint and the area you're looking at. Condos and entry-level homes in highly desirable areas seem to have leveled out and are on a slow, cautious rise. Condos and entry-level homes in less desirable areas are still struggling, but investors are finding great deals and buying up properties to rent until the market fully recovers. High end properties ($1,000,000+) are likely to come down in value another 10%-15% before stabilizing. Of course no one has a crystal ball. And it's impossible to know where the bottom is until prices have already come up. So if you're interested in buying, whether it's your primary residence or investment, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY REAL ESTATE BECAUSE INTEREST RATES ARE ..
The Martins Team has developed advanced systems for selling properties in the San Diego area, but you can't overlook the most important aspect of real estate when talking about selling, and that's location. In the beautiful city of San Diego with it's beaches, culture, proximity to mountains, lakes, deserts, parks, all kinds of recreation and outdoor activities, and a growing urban center, it's the location of San Diego and all it has to offer that draws people here and makes it a desirable place to live. Anyone interested in selling a home or investment property should give us a call and we'll happily review our home marketing strategy with you.
Our goal is always to sell your home for the highest price possible in the least amount of time. One thing we can promise is an ..
1. Check the selling prices of comparable homes in your area. Web sites such as Zillow and Homegain can give you a general idea of what you should expect to pay. You can also do a quick search of actual MLS listings in your area on a number of Web sites, including the site of the National Association of Realtors.
2. See what you can afford. Websites such as bankrate.com have mortgage calculators that will allow you to see what your budget can comfortably handle.
3. Find out what your total monthly housing cost would be, including taxes and homeowners insurance. To get a feel for the maximum amount you should spend, ..
Democratic and Republican leaders completed a deal Thursday with the White House on an economic stimulus package that would give most tax filers refunds of $600 to $1,200. The plan also provides tax incentives for businesses and contains a measure that would help an important segment of the mortgage market.
The package raises the conforming loan limits for Fannie ..
Today the Fed made a huge move to give relief to homeowners by lowering the Fed Rate by .75%. This drastic move will help homeowners across the country keep their homes and possibly refinance into a better loan. This move will greatly help the San Diego Real Estate market and could trigger a small buying boom. This is a great time for buyers to take advantage of low rates, motivated sellers providing deep discounts and seller closing cost credits. Not to mention, the increased inventory levels will give buyers a greater selection of homes. This may be the right time to jump back in if you have been sitting on the side ..
San Diego is a part of and within of California. The areas surrounding have different lifestyles, styles of homes and market trends. Check out our San Diego Real Estate Housing Market report to see what is happening, its updated monthly or sooner if something important has changed.
Next try our California home search page. It gives you more ways to search. You can search like the other websites do or if you are looking for more unique homes we have extra fields you can check to define features of properties you may want to look at.
Think about signing up for Property Alert so you weekly reports of homes just listed in San Diego and the surrounding areas. A new and exclusve feature (wont find this on other sites in our area) is the Home Price Drop Alert that lets you know when a home's listing price gets reduced ..
The SANDICOR, Inc. data on this site was last updated: 5/19/2013
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