Ways a Property Management Company Can Help You

No one said being a landlord is easy. If you are considering using East Village lofts, Little Italy penthouses, or Marina San Diego condos you own as rental properties, a property management company may be an asset. Management companies can save you time, help you avoid stress, and address legal issues. While many people can… Read More

5 Things to Ask When Purchasing a New Construction Condo

The current flow of supply and demand in the downtown San Diego real estate market makes vertical development a necessity. Whenever regional economies go through prolonged periods of prosperity, sellers’ markets ensue and demand for brand new construction increases. In the case of downtown San Diego, building new condominium towers is a sensible housing solution for… Read More

Making the Most of an Open House Visit

Even if you do not think of yourself as a real estate investor, you cannot ignore the great potential for value appreciation the downtown San Diego real estate market offers. For this reason, it is important to take full advantage of open house visits. Open houses are part of a real estate selling strategy that… Read More

5 Little-Known Details About Home Loans

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned buyer, buying a new home can be a source of stress. Uncertain financing is probably one of the biggest sources of this type of stress. However, being prepared and educating yourself can greatly reduce the angst you might feel about the home buying process. Here is a… Read More

7 Risks of Using Your Loft as a Rental Property

Owners of lofts in downtown San Diego enjoy some financial advantages in 2018: market conditions are clearly in their favor if they wish to sell or rent their units thanks to continuous socioeconomic development. If you wish to rent out your loft, you can do so with the comfort of knowing demand will be healthy…. Read More

Things to Avoid Doing If You’re in Escrow

The home buying process can be exhausting. If a buyer is “in escrow,” it means the weeks of visiting potential properties and making offers is almost over. Once the transaction is finalized, buyers officially become homeowners. However, escrow doesn’t mean the process is over, and it’s important to be careful. Here are a few things… Read More

5 Tips for Making Money When Flipping a Condo

According to a recent survey taken among San Diego members of the National Association of Realtors, condominium units are the preferred type of dwelling among 12 percent of prospective homebuyers. In 2018, construction of single-family homes in San Diego County will not be as active as during previous years. However, condominium towers are expected to… Read More

What Should You Do If Your Condo Isn’t Selling?

Condos often sell quickly, but the modern real estate market can be a little uncertain, which can end up causing a homeowner to be stuck with an unneeded property that simply does not attract any buyers. If your downtown San Diego condo isn’t selling, take some additional measures to ensure you can find a market…. Read More