Will There Be a Wave of Foreclosures In 2021 for Southern California?

Many people are wondering if 2021 will bring a wave of foreclosures in Southern California after the economic downturn caused by the Coronavirus. Currently, under the CARES (Coronavirus Relief and Economic Security) Act, homeowners have been provided foreclosure and eviction protections in 2020, which was extended through March 31st, 2021. Put in place back in […]
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2021 Southern California Housing Market Predictions

Despite the global pandemic – and nearly everyone’s expectations – the housing market has been booming amid COVID-19. Driven by market conditions of low supply and high buyer demand powered by record-low mortgage rates, home prices have hit all-time highs as motivated house hunters compete for limited inventory. The question is: What will happen in […]
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How Prop 19 Helps Californians Move Anywhere Within the State and Keep Their Low Tax Base

California just passed Proposition 19, transforming tax breaks for thousands of homeowners across the state, hopefully unlocking opportunities for growth and much-needed change. The exemption is expected to help fuel home sales by encouraging those who have been reluctant to move because their property tax bills would increase sharply. Proposition 19 will officially go into […]
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Could the Presidential Election Crash The SoCal Real Estate Market?

With November 3rd fast approaching, you may be asking yourself, “How will the presidential election affect the real estate market?” While the election results are undoubtedly pivotal no matter which candidate wins, the question is – could they have a negative effect on the local housing market? Data suggests potential homebuyers are more cautious in […]
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Fall is Officially The New Spring Real Estate Season for 2020

Spring and summer are historically the busiest real estate seasons, but as with everything, 2020 is shaking out a little differently. This year, record-low mortgage rates, skyrocketing buyer demand, and tight inventory have pushed the housing market’s busy season straight through to at least the end of the year. So if you’re ready to make […]
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The Housing Market Is Booming – And It’s Only Just Begun

It’s hard to believe that the real estate market could be booming in the middle of a pandemic. But the fact is, coronavirus hasn’t killed the housing market, it’s helped reveal how viable and healthy it really is. With buyers and sellers continuing to safely and securely close home transactions amid COVID-19, the real estate […]
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