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How San Diego Home Buyers can Make the Most of a Poor Credit Score

May 27, 2019

Poor Credit Score

How San Diego Home Buyers can Make the Most of a Poor Credit Score When San Diego home buyers start looking at houses, they may be intimidated at the price.  Many fear that their poor credit score will ruin their chance of getting a mortgage that will cover the cost of a new home.  While […]


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Working with Revocable Living Trusts

May 20, 2019

Revocable Living Trusts

Working with Revocable Living Trusts Creating revocable living trusts can seem like an intense, complicated process. They also come with a stigma as being only for the wealthy or unnecessary if a will is already in place. However, while revocable living trusts might not be for everyone, they can be a great estate-planning tool. If […]


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5 Social “Rules” San Diego Homebuyers Don’t Want to Break

May 13, 2019

San Diego Homebuyers

5 Social “Rules” San Diego Homebuyers Don’t Want to Break As San Diego homebuyers first start looking for their new home they may run into some problems with how they act.  Even though the San Diego homebuyers might have the best intentions when talking to lenders and listing agents there are some actions that should […]


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4 Green Features to Add to Your San Diego House

May 6, 2019

Green Features

4 Green Features to Add to Your San Diego House The features that San Diego home buyers look for in a house have changed drastically over the years. We went from closed off, separate rooms to open floor plans as well as having many other preferences along the way. One of the things that San […]


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An Overview of the Probate Process

April 29, 2019

Probate Process

An Overview of the Probate Process When one passes away, family members and/or legal representatives take on the responsibility of settling the various matters related to the estate. From handling the outstanding debts to overseeing property that is not explicitly transferred to beneficiaries, this is known as the probate process. The start of the probate […]


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Understanding Loan-to-Value Ratio

April 22, 2019

Understanding Loan-to-Value Ratio

Understanding Loan-to-Value Ratio If you are looking to obtain a loan that is secured for your San Diego house the term “loan-to-value ratio” will come into play. It might sound like a fancy name, but it’s actually a very simple calculation that San Diego home buyers really should understand. What is loan-to-value ratio? A loan-to-value […]


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How to Buy a Foreclosed San Diego Home

April 15, 2019

Foreclosed San Diego Home

How to Buy a Foreclosed San Diego Home When searching for houses online as a buyer, you are likely to come across a foreclosed San Diego home. The price on the listing may seem too good to be true which makes you feel like there’s some kind of a scam at hand. Don’t worry, there’s […]


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The Worst Advice San Diego Home Sellers Hear From Friends and Family

April 8, 2019

San Diego Home Sellers

The Worst Advice San Diego Home Sellers Hear From Friends and Family Anyone that is looking to sell a San Diego house needs to be careful.  Soon, friends and family are going to come through with “amazing” pieces of advice that may actually do more damage than good.  All San Diego home sellers have a […]


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Reading Between the Lines of the Seller Disclosure

April 1, 2019

Reading Between the Lines of the Seller Disclosure

Reading Between the Lines of  the Seller Disclosure An important document that can be lost in the shuffle of buying a San Diego house is the seller disclosure.  This document is going to tell the San Diego buyer everything wrong with the home that the seller is aware of.  This information can be incredibly important […]


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Simple Home Improvements that Make Selling a San Diego House Easier

March 25, 2019

Selling a San Diego House

Simple Home Improvements that Make Selling a San Diego House Easier Before selling a San Diego house, every homeowner thinks about the improvements that need to be done.  Some homes need more work than others. For example, those San Diego homeowners who have improved and updated their house over the last few years may only […]


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