San Diego’s mortgage meltdown has left many stressed and relocating homeowners wondering what to do. Should they just let their home go to foreclosure? Should they see if their lender will accept a deed in lieu of foreclosure? Or should they go through the uncertainties of a short sale on their San Diego home? Fannie Mae’s
by Roberta Murphy Want to know how to possibly delay a San Diego foreclosure? A looming foreclosure weighed heavily on our North San Diego County clients. Their custom home, purchased at the height of the San Diego real estate market in 2005, had plummeted in value. Unable to pay mortgage payments of $8000 per
by Roberta Murphy I have put together a little California Foreclosure Guide that will serve to answer many of the San Diego real estate questions that are surfacing regarding the foreclosure process. Some want to know how long they have to stay in their San Diego home until the property goes to auction or sale.
(Written in 2008, this article tells of a home that was one of our first short sales and our introduction to Ocean View Hills) Is the Ocean View Hills subdivision of Otay Mesa (east of 805 off Palm Avenue) what the press would call a ‘down community’ or an incredible investment? It’s certainly a strong