San Diego Real Estate News
San Diego, California, is located near the US-Mexico border to the south of the larger Los Angeles Metro Area. It’s home to more than 1.3 million people, making it the second-largest city in the state. San Diego is known for its tourism, as the home of a number of military and naval-related bases and activities, and for its biotechnology research. Much of this research is conducted at the University of California San Diego. San Diego is known for being a very LGBT-friendly city. In fact,read more..
San Diego, California, is one of the major cities in the state. It’s also one of the largest in the United States (it ranked 8th in 2010) and one of the fastest-growing. Many people associate San Diego with the U.S. Navy and with the annual San Diego Comic Con, a comic book and pop culture convention. In 2013, San Diego was named the ninth-most LGBT-friendly U.S. city and is home to the seventh-largest percentage of LGBT residents. There are several different gayread more..
If you are looking for a LGBT-friendly neighborhood in San Diego then gay realtors San Diego highly recommends that you start searching in the area of Hillcrest. This well-kept and trendy area is bordered by University Heights and Mission Hills to the North, Bankers Hill and Balboa Park to the south and North Park to the East. The pricier west part of the neighborhood is on a high ridge that boasts spectacular views of San Diego Bay. One of the benefits of living here is that it isread more..
San Diego, California is an enormous city that sprawls along the beach and also into the desert. The metropolis city has many different neighborhoods ranging in price, character and progressiveness. In fact, San Diego has 52 individual areas known as Community Planning areas. That is why it is very important to consult with a gay realtor in San Diego who has some kind of expertise about the most LGBT friendly areas in the area. San Diego is also a naval port that is also in close proximity to thread more..
San Diego is a very gay-friendly city with scores of wonderful, affordable neighborhoods to settle into but as it is such a huge sprawling metropolis it is a good idea to consult with a gay realtor in the area to familiarize yourself with the absolutely best places to buy. That is because, like most big cities, the character of a neighborhood can change drastically from one block to another, this is just the nature of living in such a diverse and densely populated place. One of the most popularread more..
Gay real estate San Diego would like to warn home buyers and property investors that San Diego is a very large city with many different types of personalities in it. Of course, like any other massive city, it has its fraudulent salesmen and con artists. It seems that over the past few years, there has been a scam that is particular to the city that has been running in San Diego that you should be aware of if you would like to buy a home. This scam became noted by some investigative journalistsread more..
If there is one scenario that gay realtors San Diego see being played out again and again it is the distress that a home owner feels after getting a contract on your home, having an appraisal, and finding out the appraiser feels it is worth a lot less than you ever imagined. It is difficult to trick an appraiser into thinking your home is worth more than it is. A little staging might help impress the appraiser but they are not going to add a couple of grand more to the worth of your house becauread more..
Housing prices are on the climb in the San Diego region, another indication of an improving local economy. The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors (SDAR) released the September 2012 housing statistics today, compiled from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), and the fresh statistics show prices across San Diego County are climbing. In September, the median price of a single-family home in the county surpassed the $400,000 level, up over 3% from August, and over 12% from September 2011. Cread more..
San Diego gay realtor has a few tips for those of you thinking about buying a condo. The process of buying one is a little more complex than buying a house just simply because additional factors that may affect the property’s affordability or your desirability to live there may come into play. Before you buy into a condo you should be able to find out some information about its history. A San Diego gay realtor will procure the HOA (Home Owners Association) declarations and by-laws from theread more..
San Diego is a huge sprawling city but it does have neighborhoods that gay real estate San Diego can identify as being a bit tonier and more luxurious than others. These neighborhoods tend to be in the suburbs where life is a little quieter ~ also note that these properties are also more expensive and require a commute to enjoy the city life. Hillcrest is perhaps the most gay-friendly and also artistic community in San Diego ~ Just north of Balboa Park, Hillcrest is a mix of small bungalows witread more..
Gay realtor San Diego has a lot of advice for those homeowners who find themselves in the position of needing to close the deal on a new home before the old one is sold. This can not only sabotage the entire deal but it can also sabotage sealing the deal on the new home. The good news is that there are solutions to this kind of financial dilemma. Gay realtor San Diego advises finding some way to beg, borrow or steal the money until your previous home sells. If possible borrow from family and frread more..