Tag Archives: SoCal

Reverse Mortgage Update: It was almost too late for these clients

Recently I got a call from and 85-year old client that needed my help. She didn’t have money to buy groceries. Wow, it’s not often that I’m called on in these types of situations, but I was glad to help her. But, how did she get into such a bad situation? Her husband had passed

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Need a house hunters pick-me-up?

If you could use some encouragement in your house hunt, this article is for you. Just about everyday I speak to clients that are pre-approved for their mortgage and are actively looking for houses but have yet to find just the right one, or have lost out on multiple offer situations. I encourage them to

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Spring Home Buying Season Heating Up and How to Win in a Bidding War

Despite the financial market churnings recently, I’m seeing and hearing from others I talk to in real estate that the home buying season is heating up…now. We’re seeing a high volume of buyer activity. I’ve been receiving lots of borrower inquiries and doing pre-qualifications. I don’t have any data to back this up quite yet,

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Housing Outlook

Outlook for Housing & Mortgage Market for 2018

Interested to know what’s expected for the new year in terms of real estate and mortgage rates? Me too! I’ve been reading up on what the experts I respect see happening in the new year and one foundational theme I’m seeing is that we could see some shifting and changing in housing and mortgages in

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So.Cal Housing Market Report

As the summer peak homebuying season winds down, now may be a great time to consider buying a home, especially if you have been waiting on the sidelines during this super-busy summer season. Here’s an update on the housing market here in California and our outlook for fall. First, let me note that mortgage rates

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