For homebuyers looking to attain the American Dream of homeownership or homeowners looking to refinance their homes for a more desirable mortgage rate and/or additional cash, 2019 is shaping up to be an excellent year to be a homeowner.
What will new homes look like in 2019 and how are decisions regarding design and features made? Home design and construction has evolved dramatically from the time California began establishing itself as an economic power center pre-World War II to what we have become today as one of the largest economies in the world and the most populated state in the country.
Happy New Year! If you are considering purchasing a home in 2019, here are some of the most important first steps you should consider.
With the new year with the horizon, Americans will be spending most of the next week coming up with New Year’s resolutions.
The tax benefits afforded by homeownership are among the most important advantages homeowners enjoy.
Our hearts remain heavy for those affected by the devastating wildfires throughout our state last month - the results of which have Californians perplexed on whether or not we should be rooting for heavy rains this winter.
Because the home is for most Americans the biggest and best investment they will ever make, home buyers must be familiar with every step of the buying and lending process to navigate a successful home purchase – especially at the closing.
Soon, the New Year will be upon us and that means most Americans will begin the arduous task of preparing their tax returns.
The holiday season is upon us and regardless of the tone or background of your celebration, as the year winds down we are all preparing to celebrate Thanksgiving.
According to the most recent housing figures released last month, San Bernardino County continues to lead Southern California in housing affordability. CoreLogic, Inc., a major California-based corporation that provides financial, property and consumer information, indicated that the median price for a San Bernardino County home is $325,000.