Monthly Archives: February 2019

Curb Appeal Tricks to Attract New Buyers

Curb appeal is a homes first impression when attracting new buyers. Having the right landscaping, entry lighting, beautiful mailbox, new paint and siding are strong updates to bring life to any home. Buyers are looking for a few items that make their homes stand out...

California Home Sales expected to “Lay Low” until 2021

Home Sales Volume is, as a rule, where we first see current market action being reflected, followed by prices. The current low sales and low inventory environment is an indicator we won’t see an increase of sales volume until after home prices bottom out in 2020. Here are housing data, market factors and predictions we compiled to provide a 50,000 view of the market. Of course, real estate is very local. Reach out if you want to know more about any particular market (multi-unit, luxury).

Must Know Formulas To Investing

When you’re a real estate investor, creating a formula for purchasing property that is consist that works saves huge money. Making sure the numbers work while buying investment prop the right price is crucial to making money as an investor. Read below to see what has...

7 Major Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid

Whether you’re scoping out an investment or looking into becoming a homeowner for the first time, applying for a mortgage can be a complicated process. Knowing what pitfalls could lay ahead will help you make better decisions. Let’s review some of the most common mortgage mistakes so you can avoid making them.

Trade war with China Impacts California Real Estate

In 2018 the U.S. Administration instituted tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. While new single-family homes do not use much of these materials in their construction, condominiums and apartment buildings rely on them. This cost is expected to be passed on to the renters and homebuyers. California, in particular, can expect to see the impact of these tariffs in rising home prices.