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2021 June 2

2021 San Diego Real Estate Market Investing Forecast

San Diego is one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., making it a hot spot for investors. Investing in real estate can be very rewarding when you choose the right assets. Real estate investors make their money through rental income, profits made by business activities from the property, and appreciation. As an investor, you

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2021 May 25

Open House Pros and Cons: What You Need to Know

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Open houses are a very debatable subject in the real estate world. For some sellers, the idea of an open house is a must, and for other sellers, it seems like a nightmare. There are also real estate agents who feel strongly for or against open houses, and some that are indifferent towards them.  An

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2021 May 21

10 Questions to Ask Your Realtor When Buying a House

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Buying a house is a big commitment. As an investment that can last for years, it is important to be equipped with the knowledge to make the right decision. Even with the help of a real estate agent, you want to make sure you are doing your due diligence by asking the right questions. Your

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2021 May 11

4 Tips You Should Know While Navigating 2021’s Tight Housing Market

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The current real-estate market in 2021 is experiencing high demand but is lacking supply. Not to mention, the rise in mortgage rates and home prices are up by 8%! The high demand and lack of supply in the market is because of the effects of COVID-19 causing interest rates to hit all-time lows. Moreover, the

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2021 April 5

Types of Escrow Accounts and How They Work

Types of Escrow Accounts and How They Work

What are escrow accounts and how do escrow accounts work?, Before we can get into the details, let’s first define what escrow is. Escrow is a process that takes place during the home buying process. Think of it as a form of safekeeping. So, between the time of a purchase agreement and the closing of

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