Carlsbad, CA–San Diego may not top the list as a destination for those moving 50 miles or more, but U-Haul reports that San Diego ranks #11 nationally and is the second most popular California destination. Los Angeles ranks #3, while Sacramento ranks #14, followed by San Francisco (18), Fullerton (30), Costa Mesa (31), San Jose
The Stimulus Package Helps More Than Just First-Time Home Buyers
by Roberta Murphy Many owners of distressed San Diego real estate will be able to live in their homes during the holidays without fear of the Sheriff moving their belongings to the street. Today, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac announced that they are putting a temporary halt on foreclosure sales and evictions from November 26,
by Roberta Murphy I traded the Mercedes for a Camry Hybrid almost two years ago, mostly because I like its tight turning radius (I make lots of u-turns), its fuel economy (I hate stopping for gas) and the fun questions I got from just about everybody (back then). And I still love the car. Last
Canadians, Europeans and Asians are buying San Diego real estate in increasing numbers. The weakened US Dollar has made San Diego beach homes a bargain for buyers with Euros, Loonies, Yuan, Yen and other foreign currencies.
by Roberta Murphy It had to happen sooner or later with San Diego Real Estate–at least for expats. With the falling dollar, our market here has become a screaming bargain to foreign investors and expats around the world. Real estate prices in many prime US locales have already declined, and must be irresistible for those
by Roberta Murphy A year or so ago, real estate circles were abuzz with argument and discussion about the pros and cons of discount real estate services and commissions. Discounter Redfin had opened with one agent in San Diego, and their CEO Glenn Kelman promised that real estate discounters would turn the real estate brokerage