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Have you ever driven by an area and had a curiosity to see if there were any open houses available?  Or walked by a home and wanted to get more information on price, square footage, photos of the interior, etc?  Did you ever wonder what the mortgage costs for that home would be? My brokerage firm...
03/12/2010
According to the 2009 National Housing Pulse Survey, an annual survey released by the National Association of Realtors, most Americans consider that closing costs are one of the biggest obstacles in purchasing a home.  Here are some possible ways to save some money on closing costs: Have your rea...
11/12/2009
Have you ever considered owning a home in the city by the bay? With the median home price in San Francisco dropping from $742,250 in January 2008 to $658,350 in May 2009, coupled with stellar mortgage rates, and a sizeable tax credit, qualified, first-time home buyers may be able to reap the bene...
05/15/2009
With the National Association of Realtors index of pending home sales, which measures contracts signed but not closed, in December jumping to around 6.3% (about 2.1% higher than December 2007), there are flickering signs of upward growth toward a recovering housing market. Dr. Lawrence Yun, chief...
02/04/2009
In case you haven't read the last featured article in the San Francisco Chronicle's Real Estate section, "Here Comes 2009 - More pain or at long last relief for the Bay Area's housing market? Ready or not. . .", I have summarized 4 key points (actually a wish list from Bay Area experts) so you wo...
12/30/2008
With the median home price currently at $759,429 according to Fidelity National's automated valuation model (peak median price was $900,000 in May 2007) and speculation that 2009 will bring continued drops in price, this is a great opportunity for ready, willing, and able buyers!  If interest rat...
12/18/2008
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