Buying Your San Diego Home
Buying a house requires a lot of time and effort, but these 10 steps can help make the home buying process manageable and help you make the best decisions possible.
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Are you considering purchasing a new home? Are you thinking about selling your current home? Or, maybe you are just eager to refinance while interest rates are low?
Sell Your San Diego Home
If you're thinking about selling your house this year, now may be the time. The inventory of homes for sale is well below historic norms and buyer demand is skyrocketing.
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1. HOME PRICES ARE NOW AT THE HIGH LEVELS OF 2005-2007 BUBBLE, and in some areas have exceed those historic highs. For the past few years we have seen 7-10% appreciation in most areas, including San Diego County with some even higher. 2. THERE IS VERY LITTLE INVENTORY OF HOMES FOR SALE, certainly not enough for Buyer demand. What does this mean? Sellers are receiving multiple offers in the first few days of a home being listed. This is resulting in bidding wars which naturally pushes the price upwards. There is pent-up demand with frustrated buyers out there just waiting for their chance at home ownership. 3. INTEREST RATES ARE CLIMBING and are up more than a percentage point from this time last year. The Feds met this week and this is a synopsis of what was reported in the New York Times yesterday. The “Fed” voted unanimously at the end of …