A Recession Looks Less Likely Thanks to Increased Job Gains and a Lower Unemployment Rate According to Economist Alan Nevin, "as expected, July 2022 had substantially fewer closings than July 2020 and July 2021. Closings were off 43% from one year ago. Listings, however, were only off 16.3%." ... Continue Reading » about The Latest San Diego Real Estate and Housing Market Data
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Let’s face it, it’s fun to have a home listing during a seller’s market. When inventory is tight, even less-than-perfect homes invite the frantic bidding wars seen over the past few years. But as the economy slows down and interest rates increase, sellers are wondering if the bidding wars are over, ... Continue Reading » about Are the Bidding Wars Over in San Diego?
Buying a new home in San Diego is exciting and confusing. There are many steps to buying a home, and people have questions. These are the most common questions home buyers have, and the answers. 1. How do I get started? – The first step is to speak with a San Diego lender and get a pre-approval. ... Continue Reading » about 10 Most Common San Diego Home Buyer Questions
Looking for fun events to check out this weekend in San Diego? You've come to the right place! Never miss a thing in San Diego; each week we provide a calendar list of upcoming events in San Diego with tons of unique happenings, festivals, fairs, outdoor markets, pop up ... Continue Reading » about San Diego’s Best Events and Fun Things To Do: August, 2022
What to Look for When Hiring a Listing Agent to Sell Your Home Some San Diego home sellers spend a long time considering whether they should sell their home. These same people who have considered all the financial and personal pros and cons of moving and sometimes hire the first real estate agent ... Continue Reading » about Criteria When Hiring a Listing Agent in San Diego
Saving Money and Increasing Purchasing Power Rising interest rates can be a major concern if you’re shopping for a new home in San Diego. A higher rate reduces your buying power and increases the home cost thousands of dollars over the course of the loan. One option to avoid this is to “buy down” ... Continue Reading » about Should I Buy Down My Mortgage Interest Rate in San Diego?