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    Downtown San Diego - Urbanites, looking to get to the beach? Large La Jolla home with Panoramic Ocean Views! Available now! Showing today!! Call for an appointment! 858-405-4407

    3 beds 2 full baths $7,000 in La Jolla realestate92101.com

    Available Now! 6-12-Month Lease! Location! 360 Degrees of Pacific Ocean and La Jolla Cove Views in Prestwick Estates high a top La Jolla Shores. Single Story w 3 Large Bdrms, Formal Dining & Bkfst Rms, Solarium, Library & 2-car Garage. Move-in Ready w New paint & New Carpet. A rare opportunity in one of La Jolla''s most coveted Pacific Ocean Views Homes. 10 min walk to La Jolla Shores beach. UCSD and the UTC/Golden Triangle. Excellent La Jolla Schools. Gardener included. Dog ok.

    3 days ago

    Downtown San Diego - East Del Mar Estate for Lease - Available now for your most discerning clients. This Mediterranean stunner features a home theater, wine cellar, four car garage creating an exciting opportunity to enjoy a fabulous SoCal lifestyle.

    5 beds 5 full, 1 part baths $12,000 in San Diego realestate92101.com

    Immaculate, Pristine Ultimate indoor/outdoor living experience in the exclusive guard gated community of Rancho Pacifica. Meticulous attention to every detail, state-of-the-art I-Pad control thru out. luxurious Master Suite on main level opens up to your back yard oasis...Private entrance to upper level for guests /maid complete with secondary laundry. This Mediterranean stunner features a home theater, wine cellar, four car garage creating an exciting opportunity to enjoy a fabulous SoCal lifestyle.

    3 days ago

    Downtown San Diego - 1 bed with a Den, almost a full 2 bedroom @ 967 sq ft. in Downtown's East Village

    1 beds 1 full bath $427,000 in San Diego realestate92101.com

    VA APPROVED--MOTIVATED BRING OFFERS! PRISTINE LARGE 5th floor 1-bedroom plus optional bedroom/den, balcony with unobstructed views of the Coronado Bridge. Enjoy stainless steel appliances, new microwave oven, granite counter tops, natural light, large windows, stacked in-unit washer & dryer. Condo is turn-key & move-in ready! Live the downtown lifestyle, walk to Petco Park, the library & some of the best restaurants. Assigned underground parking, plus storage unit, LOW HOA only $373 a month.

    3 days ago

    Downtown San Diego - Back on the Market in the Metrome! Great Starter or Investment and a GREAT Location!!

    beds 1 full bath $297,500 in San Diego realestate92101.com

    Upgraded East Village studio! Metrome has some of the lowest HOA dues in downtown! This unit is upgraded with newer carpet, paint, and washer/dryer. The Metrome building is located walking distance to Petco Park, Shopping, Restaurants and more. This 3rd floor unit has unique floor plan of which there are only a few others in the entire building. Don''t miss this rare opportunity to own in San Diego''s hottest downtown neighborhood of East Village!

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    Housing Market Heats UP! Low Inventory is creating lots of competition for buyers.

    What You Should Know…  Home prices continued to post strong annual gains, and home sales recorded the first annual increase in six months, according to the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.). Closed escrow sales of existing, single-family detached homes in California totaled a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 443,520 units in July, according to […]

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    FHA Trims Waiting Period for Borrowers Who Experienced Foreclosure

    Borrowers who went through a bankruptcy, foreclosure, deed-in-lieu, or short sale can now reenter the market in as little as 12 months under a new guideline established by the Federal Housing Administration. The more lenient approval process does have some eligibility requirements, such as documentation of “certain credit impairments” and economic hardship. Call me to […]

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    Home Buyers May Face Delayed or Canceled Loans from Pre-Closing

    Source: The New York Times   Home buyers may face an unexpected delay or cancellation of their loan if subsequent financial activity raises any red flags for lenders, especially since Fannie Mae now requires a borrower’s credit to be rechecked right before closing a mortgage.   Borrowers are advised to keep their credit picture in […]

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    Weekly Economic Update

        June 19, 2013 Last Week in Review  Bank of America Economic Outlook   Table Source: Mortgage Success Source There was some good news for the labor sector as Weekly Initial Claims fell in the latest week to 334,000. This was below expectations and the lowest level since early May. The 4-week moving average, which evens out […]

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    Why you Missed the Boat on Record-low Mortgage Rates

    Source: CNNMoney/AOL Real Estate Borrowers who didn’t take advantage of the historically low interest rates likely have missed the opportunity to purchase or refinance using an ultra-low mortgage rate. In the past month, rates have been on the rise and are expected to continue to climb. Fannie Mae’s chief economist doesn’t believe mortgage rates will […]

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    Short sales routinely show up in credit reports as foreclosures

    Source: Los Angeles Times Large numbers of homeowners who have negotiated short sales are at risk because of a startling omission in the credit system. Their credit reports and scores indicate that they were foreclosed upon, rather than having negotiated a mutually agreeable resolution with their lender, and the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer […]

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    California Home Prices Soar in April

    Source: The Californian Fueled by high demand and tight inventory, California home sales and prices both experienced strong increases in April, with the median price surpassing the $400,000-mark for the first time in five years, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) reported.  The statewide median price of an existing, single-family detached home climbed 6.3 […]

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    Sellers are Favored in San Diego Housing Market; strange shift that we haven’t seen in years!!!

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    FHA to Hike Premiums on Mortgages

    The Federal Housing Administration, which is the largest insurer of low-down payment mortgages, announced last week that it will raise premiums by 10 basis points, or 0.1 percent, on most of the new mortgages it insures. A borrower opting for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage who puts down 5 percent or more will now pay an […]

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    Housing to drive economic growth (finally!)

    Just over half of economists surveyed by CNNMoney identified a housing recovery as the primary driver of economic growth this year. The bursting of the housing bubble plunged the economy into a recession from which it has yet to fully recover. But economists say this could finally be the year that housing lifts us out […]

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