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If you are in the market to buy a home, there are many factors for you to consider. One of the most common considerations are the schools which serve your potential address. We often hear people say that they don’t have kids, so the school district doesn’t make any difference to them. The fact is, that issue will matter to “somebody” and maybe that “somebody” will be in the market for your home when you sell it. We recommend that you have, at least, some knowledge of the area schools so it is not a surprise to you in the future.
According to an article posted by Eric S. Page from msnbc.com on April 26, a number of San Diego schools recently received high rankings within the state of California. In fact, almost 50 elementary schools in San Diego County were recognized within a group of 484 statewide as being on a list of California’s distinguished schools. Jack O’Connell, the State Superintendent of Schools states, “It is an honor to recognize the schools, and the students, parents, teachers and administrators who helped earn this most prestigious distinction. Read the rest of this entry »
The current climate for home buyers in San Diego offers a few unique opportunities. First time home buyers, through April 30, have the opportunity to take advantage of overlapping state and federal tax credits up to $18,000. Once that window closes, these buyers still have the opportunity to take advantage of the state tax credit of up to $10,000 through December 31, 2010. Please remember that the state tax credit only applies to those with tax liability and is applied to that liability in annual installments over three years. These tax credits combined with historically low interest rates and depreciated home prices make it an exciting time to be a buyer. To take advantage of these programs, time is of the essence.
We have introduced the “30 Day Buyer Guarantee.” If we can’t find you your home in the first 30 days and open escrow, we’ll credit you a portion of our commission. Read the rest of this entry »