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Buyers Information – Search Condos and Homes for Sale in San Diego
Thank you for visiting San Diego Real Estate. This site is designed to help in the search for properties in San Diego Real Estate and the specializing in Scripps Ranch Real Estate, Poway Real Estate, Coronado Real Estate and Coronado Real Estateand surrounding communities. San Diego offers a variety of potential properties from small Condos as rental properties and Townhomes, to large Estates type properties. To search for available properties use the Search for San Diego MLS Home Search .
This site offers additional reports to help you in the search for your next home. These reports include:
- Finding Your Home
- Thinking About Buying Your First Home?
- What Happens at Closing?
- Common Home Buying Mistakes
The above reports are designed to educate future homeowners on some of the steps and expectations on the search and eventual purchase of their home. Of course there are many other facets to the Home Buying process, and I am available to discuss any questions that you could potentially have.
The best way to make sure that you choose the right home is to properly prepare yourself and ensure you align yourself with a knowledgeable Real Estate Professional you may Conatct Us to get information on San Diego Real Estate. The purchase of a home is a likely the largest investment you will ever have, both monetarily and emotionally. The purpose of this page is to in provide you with some tips that will help your transaction progress smoothly and result in you being a happy homeowner. Following are some steps to follow as you embark on this endeavor:
When you buy a home, you get the neighborhood and all that’s in it. Be sure you’ll be happy in your home and neighborhood. Important considerations when researching a neighborhood include proximity to all required services necessary for you. Search San Diego Schools using the following San Diego School Information Resource
How Much Should You Offer?
When you find a home you’re interested in buying, part of your real estate agent’s job will be to determine its value. If a recent property appraisal exists, your agent should be able to obtain a copy of it for you. If the property is customized, or otherwise hard to appraise, your approval of a professionally prepared appraisal should be considered. If the home is in a tract of similar homes, your agent can prepare a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). A CMA is a survey of relevant, recently listed, sold and unsold (MLS-expired) properties. It includes comparable property data and valuation adjustments relating to the home you’re considering purchasing. Can you offer more or less than the market value suggested in an appraisal or CMA? Yes. Without knowing the value of the property, however, you’ll likely pay too much for it.
Of course there are many more steps involved in the purchase of a home. There are also some common mistakes. Another factor involved in the Purchase of your future home in San Diego, is the financial component. By using our Mortgage Calculator Resource Page you will gain an understanding of your financial status as you pursue the purchase of your next home.
Common mistakes to avoid you get closer to on your new home:
Buying a Home without Professional Inspections
Unless you’re buying a new home with warranties on most equipment, it is highly recommended that you get property, roof and termite (Structural and Pest Control) inspections. These reports will give you a better picture of what you’re buying.
Inspection reports are great negotiating tools when it comes to asking the seller to make repairs. If a professional home inspector states that certain repairs need to be made, the seller is more likely to agree to make them.
If the seller agrees to make repairs, have your inspector verify the completed work prior to close of escrow. Do not assume that everything will be done as promised.
Looking For a Home without Being Pre-Approved
Pre-approval and pre-qualification are two different things. During the prequalification process, a loan officer asks you a few questions, then hands you a “pre-qual” letter. The pre-approval process is much more thorough.
During the pre-approval process, the mortgage company does virtually all the work associated with obtaining full-approval. Since there is no property yet identified to purchase, however, an appraisal and title search aren’t conducted.
When you’re pre-approved you have much more negotiating clout with the seller.
The seller knows you can close the transaction because a lender has carefully reviewed your income, assets, credit and other relevant information. In some cases (multiple offers, for example), being pre-approved can make the difference between buying and not buying a home. Also, you can save thousands of dollars as a result of being in a better negotiating situation. Many mortgage companies will help you become pre-approved at little or no cost. They’ll usually need to check your credit and verify your income and assets.
Choosing a Lender Because They Have the Lowest Rate
While rate is important, you have to consider the overall cost of your loan. Pay close attention to the APR, loan fees, discount and origination points. Some lenders include discount and origination points in their quoted points. Other lenders may only quote discount points, when in fact there is an additional origination point (or fraction of a point).
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