Dec. 4, 2022

Proposition 19

Proposition 19

Proposition 19 is a ballot initiative in California that would allow homeowners over the age of 55, severely disabled homeowners, and victims of natural disasters to transfer their primary residence’s tax assessment value to a new home, regardless of its market value. This would allow them to avoid paying ...

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Nov. 5, 2018

Prop 10 Bringing Contention to Rental Housing Market

Prop 10 Midterm elections rental housingMidterm Elections are upon us and it’s time to hit the voting booths! TV screens are flooded with “vote yes” and “vote no” ads, and campaign banners can be found in front yards and social media pages across the nation. This is the time for people to rally and stand ...

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Sept. 12, 2018

What's the Deal with CA Prop 5?

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Sept. 28, 2017

La Jolla: A True Gem of Nature & Urban Living

If you are very conscious about your neighborhood, La Jolla is without a doubt one of the best places to live in California. “Best in the world” is how many of its residents would describe it. It’s one of those places that feels like you can never get enough of ...

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Posted in Investment
Aug. 3, 2017

Keep Calm And Hunt for the Perfect Real Estate San Diego

Calm while hunting for perfect real estate San Diego

Moving in and out is one of the biggest stresses in our lives. Deciding to make the move is not easy. How can you keep your stress levels down while browsing the real estate San Diego market? Here are some guidelines that should help you land the home you’ve always ...

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July 10, 2017

Prepare House for Sale in San Diego: Best Home Improvement Projects

Some prep work before you list your home for sale in San Diego can make your life easier in many ways. It can speed up the selling process and achieve a higher selling price. It can also bring you some enjoyment in the results before the sale is set in ...

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Nov. 25, 2007

San Diego Foreclosure Bargains - Fact or Fiction?

The most common "I want a killer deal" inquiry I get are from those looking for foreclosure property in San Diego - at 50 cents on the dollar. After all, it is a buyer market, sellers are desperate, and foreclosures almost out number real estate agents right?

Well... not quite. But ...

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Oct. 29, 2007

Property Tax Relief For San Diego Fire Victims

Many San Diego County property owners who suffered damage from the fires that ravaged the County are eligible for property tax relief.  

California law, Revenue & Taxation Code Section 170, provides property tax relief for taxpayers whose property was damaged or destroyed as a result of the wild fires ...

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