Real Estate Market Update -San Diego Fox 5 and Michael Gaddis

Real Estate Market Update July 2014

 The Real Estate Market in San Diego Summer 2014 Michael Gaddis, Real Estate Broker and Attorney gives the San Diego Real Estate Market Update for Fox 5 on July 29, 2014. For more information on the real estate market or for any niche neighborhood of San Diego, contact Michael Gaddis for immediate assistance at 760.487.8266 or email contact@michaelgaddis.com today. [gravityform id=”6″ name=”Contact Micheal Gaddis, J.D. “]  

What to Look for In a Buyers Agent

 What to look for in a Buyers Agent What to Look for in a Buyers Agent Video Transcription: (Please excuse any discrepancies, original auto-transcript by YouTube) If you are looking to buy a home it’s critical that you find buyers agent who you trust and who has experience so we brought in one of the experts this morning real estate broker attorney and mortgage broker Michael Gaddis is here to let you know what to look for. Thank you for Click for More →

San Diego Housing Market Update-The SDAR Scoop –

 San Diego Housing Market Update From the San Diego Association of REALTORS (SDAR) San Diego Housing Market Update Video Transcirpt Video auto-transcribed by YouTube, please excuse any inconsistencies. This video is brought to you by the greater San Diego Association of Realtors and San Diego daily transcript rises and then what hi everybody George Chamberlin executive editor for the daily transcript/san it’s time for the scoop brought to you by the San Diego Association irv realtors were recording this I Click for More →

Choosing a Location To Buy a House

 Choosing a Location To Buy a House After a Buyer determines what their purchase price limits are the next step is choosing a location to buy a house, their next home or investment. The choice of location, although somewhat dictated by affordability, is a very important decision.  Some important factors in determining location are as follows: Tax Rate of Area:  Property tax rates might vary from area to area.  A prudent Buyer will investigate the property tax rates for the Click for More →

October Real Estate Market Update

 Real Estate Market Update – San Diego NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the factors that led to the decline in existing-home sales in September: summer sales were stronger than usual, affordability is at a five-year low, income is not rising at the same rate as home prices, and interest rates are going up. Other fiscal indicators mark that in 70+% of America’s largest cities it is cheaper to buy then rent. This means it is the time to Click for More →

Open Houses This Weekend In San Diego 10/26

 Open Houses This Weekend We’re having 2 Open Houses this weekend. Come and see these nice family homes: One with a great patio and pool and the other with killer curb appeal you must see them both. Agents and House Hunters Welcome! 1) 12728 Tustin St in Poway, 11-3:00pm This 3 bedroom, 2 baths house located at 12728 Tustin St, Poway, CA has approximately 1,631 square feet. It is currently listed for $455,000 and has a price per sqft of Click for More →

Come to Oceanside Harbor Days This Weekend!

Enter for a chance to win a pair or Chargers tickets when you visit Michael Gaddis, J.D. Realty Group at Oceanside Harbor Days

 We are taking the office to the people this weekend at Oceanside Harbor Days. The event is from 9am-6pm on Saturday and 9am-5pm on Sunday. Stop by and see us in Booth #407. You can meet some of the team that make the magic happen, search for homes, see current Oceanside Homes for Sale, or just get you real estate and mortgage questions answered by Broker and Attorney, Michael Gaddis, J.D. He’ll be manning the booth both days. As an  Click for More →

Choosing a Location When Buying a Home

 Choosing a Location When Buying a Home After a Buyer determines what their purchase price limits are the next step is to choose an area to begin looking for a home.  The choice of location, although somewhat dictated by affordability, is a very important decision.  Some important factors in determining location are as follows: Tax Rate of Area:  Property tax rates might vary from area to area.  A prudent Buyer will investigate the property tax rates for the areas that Click for More →

3515 Jasmine Crest, Encinitas, CA in Olivenhain is ACTIVE again!

3515 Jasmine Crest Southern California Luxury Home

   3515 Jasmine Crest in Olivenhain is available again!  The previous buyer fell out so their loss is your gain.  The lender wants $3.1 Million for this magnificent home. The 8,325 square foot Tuscan Villa home is located in exclusive Wildflower Estates.  Words cannot describe the beauty of this custom home.  The home was designed with significant input by a professional interior designer to maximize the incredible views.  The huge, double island kitchen is the central point of this magnificent home and Click for More →

How to Have A Garage / Yard Sale And Make It A Success

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 How To Have  A Yard Sale and  Make It A Success So, you went through the closets, got rid of old clothes, cleaned till all you smelled was bleach for 3 days, now what do you do with all those old sweatshirts and the used recliner that’s seen it’s better days? Part of your spring cleaning routine may be to purge. As the old saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. It’s time to release your well-used booty Click for More →

Southern California Real Estate Market is Heating Up!

  Traditionally, late spring and summer the best times for homeowners to sell their homes. Summer 2013 will be no exception. Buyers seem to be everywhere. Investors, Cash buyers, FHA, VA, Conventional, you name it buyers seem to be pouncing on any listing that comes onto the market. In today’s market it’s bidding wars amongst prospective buyers is becoming common. Even investors, who for years low-balled sellers due to the surplus of inventory and lack of buyers, are now submitting Click for More →

Escondido Street Faire Recap

 Balloons were blowing, sun was shining, and the smell of kielbasa was in the air. The Escondido Street Faire was both a hit and a delight. We opened up shop on Grand and Escondido Blvd around 9:00AM. Michael Gaddis, and three of his dedicated team members were in high spirits as they hung banners and placed helpful flyers in range of passerby eyes. At the last street fair we went to, a neighboring vendor was handing out free balloons to Click for More →