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2014 September 8

San Diego Vs. Los Angeles and San Francisco: Where Are We Different?

San Diego Vs. Los Angeles and San Francisco: Where Are We Different?

When it comes to real estate in California, Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area are the giants of the housing market. Home prices remain steadily higher than San Diego in these two regions, with some sources reporting that the sales process is quicker as well—an average of 44 days for escrow to close

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2014 August 13

Watch Now: How To Speed Up Your Escrow Process And Close The Deal

Watch Now: How To Speed Up Your Escrow Process And Close The Deal

96% of sellers expect a response from their agents within one hour Research shows that the growing tech savvy consumers are putting greater demands on the efficiency of their realtors and their partners. On August 12, I presented on how technology has changed the front end of the industry and how these technology advancements are

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2014 August 11

The Costs of a Slow Escrow

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A Smooth Escrow Process The escrow process is an important step in buying or selling a home. Safeguarding the hundreds of thousands of dollars during the escrow process portion of a home sale is a sensitive process. When the process is slowed due to mistakes or a negligent escrow service, the costs involved can increase

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2014 July 29

Plenty of Cause for Optimism in San Diego Real Estate Market

Plenty of Cause for Optimism in San Diego Real Estate Market

More than halfway through 2014, things are looking up for the San Diego housing market. Previous estimates of low inventory and high prices are beginning to improve in the region. In this article, we’ll share the past year’s data on the real estate industry and our insights as to where the San Diego real estate

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2014 May 29

Starting the Escrow Process: What to Expect

Starting the Escrow Process: What to Expect

  Overview What should you expect when starting the escrow process?  Real Estate Transactions in California usually involve the use of an escrow agent (also called an escrow holder). This individual is a representative of a completely neutral third-party who will act as a distributor and coordinator during the entire real estate transaction. The escrow

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