San Diego Cost of Living: San Diego, CA Living Expenses Guide
Known for its beautiful landscape and warm weather, more than 1.4 million people call San Diego home. It's the second-largest city in California and ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on June 28, 2021
Why Homebuyers Should Consider Commute Times Before Making an Offer
Before putting in an offer on that dream house, it's important to consider what a daily commute might look like in terms of distance or time. Many ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on May 17, 2021
How to Identify and Secure 4 Hidden Hazards Around Your Home
Homes often contain many hidden hazards, so it's important for owners to learn how to identify and remedy them. The following information ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on April 19, 2021
These Smart Tech Features Increase Home Value—Does Yours Have Them?
Homeowners looking to increase their home's value can consider investing in smart tech features. While many home renovation projects don't add much ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on April 12, 2021
Sustainable Technology and Its Advantages in Residential Construction
Homebuyers and construction professionals have begun to embrace more concepts of sustainability and responsibility when building new homes. Thanks to ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on April 5, 2021
Why Proper Inspections Impact Your Buyer's Decisions
A big part of purchasing a home is doing your due diligence and properly investigating the substantial purchase you are making. Upon ...
Posted by Brian Danney on March 18, 2021
Making a Down Payment for a House? 4 Strategies to Get Ahead
The first steps toward buying a new home aren't attending open houses and pouring over online listings. The first step toward home ownership is ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on March 15, 2021
Which of These 5 Real Estate Investment Types Fits Your Goals?
Real estate is one of the oldest and most trusted forms of investment. Many investors are drawn to it because of the tangible state of the ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on March 15, 2021
What Home Improvements Do Buyers Look For?
Over the past year, a large majority of the buyers we worked with were typically drawn towards floor plans that had upgrades throughout the home. ...
Posted by Brian Danney on March 12, 2021
4 Tips for Buying a New Construction Home
Buying a new construction home is a unique experience. Even if someone has bought a pre-built home in the past, they may be surprised by the overall ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on March 1, 2021
Get Your Free Copy of “Real Estate Exposed”
Here’s what you can expect to find in my new book, “Real Estate Exposed: The Ultimate Roadmap to a More Profitable and Empowered Home ...
Posted by Laura Branca on October 6, 2019
30 Year Mortgages Aren't Always Best
Getting a 10-year fixed loan instead of a 30-year fixed loan will reduce the interest you have to pay and give you more purchasing power as a ...
Posted by Daniel Beer on July 2, 2019
How Professional Recommendations Will Help You Avoid Frustrations
As an experienced agent, I can confidently say that the real estate business is solely based on relationships. Many of these critical relationships ...
Posted by Brian Danney on June 19, 2018
Did You Know About the Three Real Estate Agency Relationships?
The market continues to heat up for both buyers and sellers with aggressive interest rates and the limited supply and high demand. A lot of buyers ...
Posted by Brian Danney on June 1, 2018
Not Just Another Monthly Fee - The Hidden Perks of Your HOA
Some homeowners don’t fully understand or appreciate the importance of having a homeowners association. For all they know it is just another ...
Posted by Brian Danney on May 17, 2018
How to Win Multiple Negotiations When Buying a Home
Over the course of the past few months, we have seen some new trends begin to develop regarding the terms buyers are presenting to sellers. In ...
Posted by Brian Danney on April 12, 2018
What are Mello-Roos Taxes and Do They Affect Me?
Unlike other states countrywide, California has a property tax of only 1% annually of a home's purchase price. ...
Posted by Brian Danney on March 15, 2018
Beat the Competition in a Seller's Market
In this competitive sellers’ market with little inventory available, home buyers are going head to head and muscling each other out by offering ...
Posted by Brian Danney on December 6, 2017