Low Inventory

Posted on Posted in Buying a Home, Relocation, San Diego

It’s a seasonal thing – around November the number of homes for sale starts dropping as people let their listings expire, and those contemplating selling don’t put them on the market until after the holidays. And we usually see a bump up in inventory in late January and February. Except this year we didn’t. There […]

Mobile, Manufactured, or Modular Homes?

Posted on Posted in Buying a Home

Here’s a definition of the three types of factory-built homes. Factory-built homes are constructed off site and transported to a home site and installed on a state approved foundation or support system. California law clearly distinguished among the types of factory produced homes by the building code to which the home must comply. Mobile Homes […]

How’s the Real Estate Market?

Posted on Posted in Buying a Home, Distressed Property, Real Estate Investment, Relocation, Selling a Home

How’s the real estate market? Well that depends – are you thinking about buying, selling, investing, or renting? I’ll answer that question in a minute, but first let me bring you up to date. Crystal and I now work with Coastal Inland Properties, a small boutique real estate firm in Carlsbad. Our old RE/MAX broker […]

Living Wealthy

Posted on Posted in Buying a Home, Selling a Home

It’s taken me months, but my new e-book is finally ready! It’s all about taking what you have and using it to live the kind of life you want. This book is especially written for those over 55 years old, because seniors have special circumstances which makes some of the strategies possible. It’s also very […]