Buyers and Sellers: Are You in Danger?

If you are a buyer or seller of real estate you are probably aware that the possibility exists you and the other party could be represented by the same agent/brokerage (also known as dual agency). You sign forms to this effect when you make an offer … [Read more...]

Is Blogging a Part of Your Business Plan in 2011?

Whether you are a Realtor or work in another industry, if you have not considered blogging as part of your business plan for 2011 you may want to think again. If you are a buyer or seller of real estate make sure your agent is active in the … [Read more...]

Holiday Home Sale Advantages

The holiday time is not typically  known as the best time to list a home for sale, but it actually can be advantageous. Buyers out looking for homes during the holiday times tend to be very serious buyers; add to that the fact that inventory is … [Read more...]

New Real Estate Laws You Should Understand

Starting January 1, 2011 there will be some new laws effecting buyers, sellers, homeowners and renters, as well as foreclosures. To read the full text of the laws you can go to http:// Here they are in a nut shell. Short Sale … [Read more...]

Why NOW Might be the Best Time to Sell

In the last weeks of 2009 there were quite a few conflicting stories on the state of the real estate market, and what we might expect in 2010. Several articles claimed that the bottom of the market was reached, that prices were rising and buyers were … [Read more...]

October Home Sales

Home sales in North San Diego in October seem to be improving, despite problems with the lending industry. Sales of both attached and detached homes in North County decreased 1.33% in October from September. Here are the October statistics, according … [Read more...]

Short Sales May Finally Get Shorter

The dreaded short sale…you find a property at a great price, make an offfer, and wait. Many times the bank takes months to respond, creating frustration among buyers, sellers and agents. I personally groan when I pull up properties for clients and … [Read more...]

Adios to the Home Valuation Code of Conduct?

Did all the complaining work? It appears that the controversial Home Valuation Code of Conduct (HVCC)-an appraisal system that was the brainchild of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and caused much aggravation amongst Realtors, home buyers and sellers, … [Read more...]

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