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4 of Downtown San Diego’s Best Breweries

4 of Downtown San Diego’s Best Breweries

Downtown San Diego is a foodie’s paradise, so it’s no surprise the area is also home to several awesome breweries. There are all sorts of great options to choose from, ranging from tiny taprooms to massive companies that operate great restaurants alongside their breweries. The professionals from 92101 Urban Living, experienced agents who have the… Read More

Contingent Offers: What Home Buyers Should Know

Contingent Offers: What Home Buyers Should Know

As a home buyer, making a contingent offer is a smart move. With this type of bid, your purchase hinges on having certain conditions met. If they aren’t fulfilled, you can cancel a sales contract without legal repercussions. Below are the most common contingencies added to home purchase agreements. If you’re looking at penthouses, condos,… Read More

What Is Balboa Park’s Size?

What Is Balboa Park’s Size?

One of the main attractions in the downtown region of San Diego is Balboa Park, a huge public space filled with museums, green spaces, venues, gardens, and more. This massive park is so large that the small nation of Monaco could fit inside it twice, and it’s conveniently situated where most San Diego residents can… Read More

6 Benefits of Buying a Downtown San Diego Condo

6 Benefits of Buying a Downtown San Diego Condo

In September 2019, the California Association of Realtors released a report about the conditions of the San Diego housing market as they apply to prospective homebuyers. Median prices have stabilized after months of steady increases, and lower interest rates are making things easier and more affordable for mortgage applicants. While these two factors are certainly… Read More

Is Buying a Loft Right for Me?

Is Buying a Loft Right for Me?

Lofts are an increasingly popular type of urban home known for having higher ceilings and unusual layouts and being located in up-and-coming neighborhoods. Though there are many great things about loft living, it’s not for everyone. Here are a few ways to tell if you’re ready to start looking at downtown San Diego lofts. You’re… Read More

Selling a Home in the Post–Labor Day Market

Selling a Home in the Post–Labor Day Market

While spring is the traditional homebuying season, it doesn’t mean you can’t have success selling your home after Labor Day—it just requires a different approach. Around fall, the market tends to slow down and become a buyer’s market as fewer buyers are searching for homes. Fortunately, San Diego’s year-round great weather keeps the market for… Read More