Most likely, yes.
Although there are few instances where title insurance may not be worthwhile, in most cases, especially in the Bay Area, title insurance is well worth the (relatively small) investment.
Allow me to elaborate… Continue reading “Do I Need Title Insurance?”
Please join us at our upcoming homebuying workshop, on Thursday, March 21 @ 5-6PM, to learn about the homebuying process in today’s real estate market. Complete the form below to register, or email me at crystal@crystalrobertsSF.com
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There are many things that can go wrong when buying home. And while I’ve always believed the best way to learn is through experience, most homeowners would probably prefer to avoid costly mistakes at the outset, without having to learn hard lessons firsthand. Here are four common mistakes that immediately come to mind: Continue reading “4 Common Homebuying Mistakes”
Expecting guests over the long weekend but your house is a mess? Don’t sweat! Follow these quick tips to get your home presentable in under 20 minutes.
The mission: Get your home to look presentable and save your guests from a messy home
The strategy: Continue reading “Clean Your House in Just 15 Minutes”
Number of Homes Sold: 96 (+1.1% YOY)… more homes sold
Median Sales Price: $1,376,500 (+3.5% YOY)… higher prices
Average Days on Market: 41 (+24.2% YOY)… homes took longer to sell
… In other words: more homes sold at higher prices, but homes took longer to sell, compared to a year prior.
Number of Homes Sold: 92 (-27% YOY)
Median Sales Price: $989,818 (-5.7% YOY)
Average Days on Market: 54 (+8% YOY)
… In other words: fewer condos sold, at lower prices, and took longer to sell, compared to a year prior.
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Despite the fact that I help people buy and sell real estate for a living, I don’t think homeownership is for everyone. (There, I said it.)
For the most part, I strongly support investing in real estate and homeownership. I think it is an excellent way to build wealth, and provide security and stability in many ways.
However, there are a few reasons why I think buying a home and committing to a 30-year mortgage might not be right for someone*: Continue reading “Is Homeownership Right For You? Maybe.”