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”
Don’t miss this gorgeously remodeled home featuring upgrades that have been carefully selected with the utmost care: an upgraded kitchen with granite countertops and brand new faucet, newly remodeled bath, fresh interior paint throughout, two bedrooms with brand new carpet, and laminate floors! You’ll also love the upgraded dual pane windows in this end-unit condo, which allow natural sunlight to shine throughout the day. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the easy access to Iron Horse Trail just steps from your door, the outdoor pool and Walden Park, just to name a few. Conveniently located a short walk to BART and with quick access to 680, excellent restaurants, shopping, fitness, and top-rated schools. Extra storage space and 1-car covered parking are included; HOA set to replace balcony soon. So much to love about this home! Continue reading “JUST LISTED – 2724 Oak Road #122, Walnut Creek”
Many homebuyers I encounter are on the fence of buying now vs. waiting until later this year or next year to buy a home. “Will inventory get better?” “What if the market softens?” “Is another crash coming?” “I’m waiting for prices to come down.”
If we haven’t spoken over the phone or in person about these concerns yet, we definitely should. But below is some general information for you to consider when determining whether now might be the right time for you to buy a home. Continue reading “The Cost of Waiting To Buy”
Congratulations to my client on purchasing this wonderful single family home in the Sunset district! This home has tons of potential and is in a convenient location near so many things. Wishing his family many years of happiness in their new home!
2721 Taraval Street, San Francisco
2 bed, 2 bath, 1200 sq ft.