Exciting New Developments Coming to Little Italy

The Little Italy neighborhood of San Diego is getting an exciting new look. Several projects have been proposed, with some already underway. All are going to make Little Italy even more enjoyable for visitors and residents alike. If you’re thinking of buying a Little Italy condo for sale, read on to learn more about the… Read More

What You Should Know Before Signing a Mortgage

Shopping for mortgages can be a very complex and confusing process—kind of like shopping for a loft for sale in Downtown San Diego–especially if you’ve never used these funding products before. There are a wealth of terms, features, and numbers that must be reviewed before you can accurately assess the overall value and appeal of… Read More

Don’t Hate Your HOAs

Many property owners, including those who own Little Italy condos, Cortez Hill lofts, and Marina District penthouses, have developed negative feelings for their HOA because of high monthly dues or notices they have received about violations of strict HOA rules. While there may be a few things to dislike about HOAs, there are true benefits… Read More

What You Need to Know About Your Credit Report

There’s a lot that lenders can learn about you by viewing your credit report. In fact, most consumers are surprised to discover that they can learn a lot about themselves once they know how to correctly interpret the information on this report. Knowing what each recorded item on this report actually means is the first… Read More

How to Make Moving Easier on Your Pet

Moving is a major life event, which can be stressful and time-consuming for anyone. It can be just as difficult, if not more so, for your furry friend. There are a number of steps that can be taken, both before you move and after you settle in, to ensure your pet’s transition is as smooth… Read More

Why Make a Condo Your First Home

In some neighborhoods, renting an apartment can be just as costly as making monthly mortgage payments. Unfortunately, however, apartment dwelling does not provide any lasting returns on the money that tenants spend. If you’re tired of renting but aren’t ready to commit to the purchase of a large, single-family home in the ‘burbs, buying a… Read More

Possible San Diego Convention Center Expansion

Expansion efforts for San Diego’s convention center have been stop-and-go for years, although plans are closer to finalizing now that Comic-Con organizers say an expansion is necessary to keep the massive event in the city past 2018. Much of the debate has centered on where the convention center should expand, although a recent financial analysis… Read More