Coronado (San Diego, CA)
By Jason E. Gordon, Sr Loan Officer, CMA, CMPS, CDLP, CDRE, RCSD, CDPE
(AmeriFirst Financial Inc, San Diego, CA)
Another day, another improvement for mortgage rates. If you have not already refinanced your existing mortgage, what exactly are you waiting for? Interest rates historically tend to move up and down on a chart (similar to a heart monitor). By locking in rates now, you will be securing some of the lowest mortgage rates in history. Before you decide who to work with for your next mortgage, I recommend you take a moment to become familiar with THE TRUTH BEHIND MORTGAGE QUOTES. I hope you find this information useful. The Mortgage Street Smarts of where mortgage interest rates are going (and why): The following information is current as of Monday 4-23-2012 and will help you understand todays best mortgage rates. If you are a Buyer/Borrower who is still on the fence (or if you are a Real Est...
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August Events in San Diego | Star Filled Summer Nights and Days of Music! The Month of August in San Diego is filled with so many events that I have to post events only a week out at a time.  "The Sky Tonight"    August 3rd, 7:00 PMA live planetarium show  held at the Ruben H. Fleet  Science Center.Come and see a digital tour of the San Diego night sky in Californa's largest planetarium.For more information go to "Summerfest Under The Stars"       August 3rd This is a wonderful family concert out under the San Diego start filled night. Held at La Jolla Cove, bring your family, your blanket and enjoy an evening of wonderful music.For more information go to Summerfest Under The Stars "Night At The Museum Sleepover"      Friday , August 5th For younsters up to age 12, The S...
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By Nevin Williams, Senior Mortgage Advisor
(Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation)
Joe Feinhandler is a top producing loan officer in San Diego, newer to Active Rain and one of the nicest people I know.  I always enjoy working with him because he is knowledgeable.  He freely shares with me his methods of success and takes time to help others with their business.  Like I said, he is one of the nicest people I know. You can’t go anywhere with Joe and not be greeted by someone who knows him.  Realtors, business owners and people at the store, the sincerity in their faces tell the story of a person who has made a good name with them. If you want to eat your lunch un interrupted then eat alone! Joe recently joined our community but he is no stranger  to the public.  He has various blogs and has also appeared numerous times on San Diego 6, “San Diego Living”.  Joe is a mark...
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We often hear the question "Why are prices so high in San Diego?  Where I am from we can buy a 3br/2ba home for $120,000 and here you want $550,000.  That doesn't make sense."  I have learned not to defend San Diego prices.  As they say, a picture is worth 1000 words.  Here is why San Diego is worth the money to me.  Sit on the beach in Coronado (one of the Top 10 Beaches) and see Pt. Loma.  Watch the ships leave and enter San Diego Bay.  Just enjoy the day. When you can be at the beach and see the Pacific Ocean in all its glory, it is worth the price, to me at least.  When two days of rain are followed by a week of clear and sunny weather, it is worth it to me.  When cold blizzards keep you inside doing whatever you do inside during blizzards, San Diego is worth it to me. I have learne...
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By Christa Borellini
(Prudential California)
Coronado Island is a charming beach community with white sandy beaches and multimillion dollar homes.   It is home to the Hotel Del Coronado, the 1888 Victorian seaside masterpiece.    This small island boasts 3 world class resorts, over 70 restaurants, high end boutiques, art galleries, yacht marinas, an 18-hole golf course as well as a charming main street with quaint mom-and-pop shops.   Coronado is a friendly neighborhood with tree lined streets and architectural styles that range from historical Victorians, to Spanish villas and cozy beach cottages.
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
Hello and Welcome to Coronado California Free Foreclosure Auction Search, Bank Owned REO, Short Sales, and Homes for Sale. November 10th, 2009 Understanding the foreclosure property auction (also known as Trustee Sale) process takes time, due diligence, and understanding.  Saavy Real Estate investors can find some of the best deals around buying at these auctions, but is it right for everyone?   We would like to help explain further about these auctions and the benefits and downsides of buying Real Estate at them. Here are some of the latest statistics from Foreclosure Radar hot off the press for September 2009.  If you are unfamiliar with some of the following terms please read below for further explanations. Notice of Defaults for California rose by 1.08% to 37,417 filings. Notice of ...
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By Cody Haworth, Carlsbad Homes for Sale
(Four Seasons Properties)
San Diego, CA, June 17, 2009. Hello and Welcome to Coronado~ San Diego California Homes for Sale, Foreclosures, Short Sales, REO's, and Real Estate.   At Four Seasons Realty we try to provide you with monthly updates of the recent sales activities per zip code along with the most recent Foreclosure data for the region, and for the state.   When searching for Real Estate it is important to have a feel for what is going on in your current market and surrounding area.  We try to make this easier for you by compiling the most recent information from several data sources. Here are some important recent Sales statistics for the zip code of 92118 Coronado, San Diego, California.  Coronado, in the month of April 2009 according to Data Quick there were a total of 16 sales figuring new, resale, a...
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