A Few Homes on the Market in San Diego

A Few Homes on the Market in San Diego

BUYERS-The time to buy is now while interest rates are at historical lows. In October rates are expected to rise making it much more expensive to buy a home. If you are considering buying a home please feel free

Rate Rise Likely to Happen in October

Rate Rise Likely to Happen in October

Mortgage rates have been at historical lows since 2008 following the financial crisis, but the consensus is that they will rise; it’s just a matter of how much and when.

The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has fluctuated

Baja Condo Project a Pain to US Buyers

Baja Condo Project a Pain to US Buyers

— Fueled by booming U.S. real estate prices, the summer of 2005 was a heady time for condo sales on Baja California’s Pacific coastline. That was when San Diegan Dean Marriott set his sights on The Residences at Playa

Most Expensive Home in San Diego

Most Expensive Home in San Diego

Del Rayo Estates @ Rancho Santa Fe

$18,500,000 – $21,500,000

9 Bedrooms

11.5 Baths

15,947 Square Feet

The Belmont marries unparalleled luxury & comfort w/a world class equestrian facility! Completely redone from ’08-’12 by Sharratt Construction & Fleetwood Joiner it
Rock Stars Homes

Rock Stars Homes

Rocking the House

Musicians often have humble beginnings to their careers, sometimes playing on a subway platform or performing on the street for spare change. For the lucky ones who attain super stardom, they can afford previously unheard-of luxuries. And

San Diego Home Prices Show Steady Rise

San Diego Home Prices Show Steady Rise

Home price gains in San Diego County held steady in May, as the local housing market geared up for its annual peak season.

The S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index showed Tuesday that resale single family homes gained 4.8 percent in

Tom Cruise Home on the Market

Tom Cruise Home on the Market

SD Economy Still on the Verge

SD Economy Still on the Verge

Just under a year ago, I reported that San Diego’s economy was poised to gain traction after years stuck in the mud.

Overall activity has certainly gained speed since then. Yet, with rising costs for housing and utilities chipping away