Regrets Millennials have after purchasing their home

Recently we read an article posted by CNBC that stated 63% of millennials who bought homes have regrets. After reading the article, we thought it would be a great idea to share it with our clients in hopes they can learn from others and that they can share it with someone they know that is looking to buy their first home. Click here to read the article by CNBC Let us know your thoughts on this. #millennials #realestate ##homesforsale #realestateforsale #sandimasrealestate #bu

Pricing your Home to Sell

Selling your home is a huge deal and deciding at what price to list it can be even more important. Here are a few tips that may help you in deciding what to sell your house for: 1. Review comparables of recently sold homes If you are deciding to work with a Realtor, they will provide you with what is called a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). This is a compilation of recent sales in your area generally based on the following: Listed or Sold within the last 6 months, Roughly

New Home Sales Market Report 2019

What I gather is that new  home sale prices are flattening out and other builders like KB Homes are actually down about 1% in average selling price over a one year period. The pause in the market from July 2018 to December 2018 was based on a disconnect between what sellers felt they were worth & what buyers were willing to pay for them. Since that time, interest rates have actually come down a bit and if they can stay there it looks as though the market will keep staying afl

State of the Housing Market

Study of House: Insight, Forecast and Trends - Information provided by California Association of Realtors Happy New Year To All, We hope you all had an amazing 2018. Real estate was strong for seller's up until the first half of 2018 with multiple offers and peak pricing. Going into the 2nd half of 2018 we saw less traffic at open houses, less offers on listings for sale, price reductions, and 1-3% off peak summer pricing. As we go into 2019 economist believe prices will stay