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"When it comes to selling your home, our goal is simple: to use the latest in imagery, technology and marketing to sell your home for the highest price in the shortest amount of time."
"When it comes to selling your home, our goal is simple: to use the latest in imagery, technology and marketing to sell your home for the highest price in the shortest amount of time."

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What Does This Market Shift Mean for You?

The real estate market is starting to shift, but there are still opportunities out there for homebuyers and sellers alike. Homes are taking longer to sell, but they’re still moving pretty quickly when compared to the rest of the country. At the same time, signs point to the continued softening of our market. What does this all mean for you as a buyer and/or seller? To find out, watch this short video.

Learn More → https://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/what-does-this-market-shift-mean-for-you.html
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How to Buy and Sell a Home at the Same Time

In today’s episode of “The East Bay Real Estate Market Minute,” I’ve got some great information for you about writing contingent offers when you have a house to sell and want to purchase another one. What’s the best way to make sure you come out of that transaction with the perfect outcome? If your current home isn’t already on the market, you’ll need to do some work to make sure the home is ready to go shortly after the seller accepts your offer, or risk them passing you over. To hear more, watch my latest video.

Learn More → https://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/how-to-buy-and-sell-a-home-at-the-same-time.html
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What can you do to prepare yourself in case there’s downturn in store for our market? I have four great tips to share that will ensure you’re financially protected. First, take a look at your mortgage note and make sure you’re in good position before rates go up. If you have an adjustable rate mortgage, find out what your options are to get it fixed in case you plan on living in your property for a long time. To find out what else you can do to prepare for a market downturn, watch my latest video.

Learn More → https://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/preparing-for-a-market-downturn.html

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Affordability in the Bay Area

We already know that the average worker can't afford to live in the Bay Area, but what about people working in the tech world? Recently the app Blind, which a lot of tech workers use to communicate with each other anonymously, surveyed those living in the Bay Area. This survey revealed a staggering statistic. To find out more, watch my short video.

Learn More → https://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/affordability-in-the-bay-area.html
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Townhome or Condo: How Do You Tell the Difference?

What is the difference between a townhome and a condo, and why does this distinction matter? There are actually a number of reasons why the classification of a property is crucial knowledge for buyers, sellers, and homeowners alike. Making false assumptions about which category a property falls under could even result in financial consequences. To learn more about this, watch this short video.

Learn More → http://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/townhome-or-condo-how-do-you-tell-the-difference.html
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Keep an Eye out for This Sneaky Scam

Getting an offer $100,000 over list price may sound like a great deal at first, but do not be fooled. This could be a sign that you are the target of an appraisal scam. As much as we would like to believe that all buyers have the best intentions, you have to keep an eye out for unscrupulous activity. Today I would like to explain what this scam is, how it works, and how to avoid it. To learn more, watch this short video.

Learn More → http://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/sellers-keep-an-eye-out-for-this-sneaky-scam.html
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5 Things You Shouldn’t Overlook When Purchasing a Home

If you’re a buyer in our East Bay market, there are five things you shouldn’t overlook during the home buying process. The first is the surrounding neighborhood of the home you’re interested in. Take a look at the neighborhood at all times of the day. Is it conducive to what you’re looking for? To learn what other factors you shouldn’t overlook when purchasing a home, watch my latest video. http://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/5-things-you-shouldnt-overlook-when-purchasing-a-home.html
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How Do You Know When It's Time to Replace Your Appliances?

Do you know how long the systems and appliances in your home will last? This information can save you a lot of trouble down the line. Even though your systems and appliances may be not be totally broken down, they might not be functioning at the most efficient level possible. If current technology has vastly outpaced the performance of your home appliances, it might be time to replace or repair them. To learn more, watch this short market minute video. http://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/how-do-you-know-when-its-time-to-replace-your-appliances.html
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Should You Purchase a Home Within a Homeowners Association?

If you are buying a home, you may consider moving into an area with a homeowners association. HOAs can include a community of single-family homes, condos, or townhomes. That said, there are a few things you should know before purchasing a property in an HOA. It all starts with determining the monthly cost of membership. To learn more, watch this short video. http://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/should-you-purchase-a-home-within-a-homeowners-association.html
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Qualifying for a Home Mortgage Just Got Easier

If you’ve been thinking of buying a home, you may be happy to know that the government has recently made it easier to qualify for a mortgage. In the past, certain things prevented many people from being able to qualify. Small business owners and people who are self-employed, for example, were just a few of those who had this problem. These recent changes are great news. For one thing, self-employed borrowers may now qualify based on just one year of tax returns. For more changes and how they could impact you, watch this short video. http://eastbayrealestatejournal.net/qualifying-for-a-home-mortgage-just-got-easier.html
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