Tips For Home Buyers

The single biggest reason most people buy a home is the simple desire to own a home of their own.At the same time, homeowners accumulate wealth for the future while enjoying the benefits of a residence that they can use, improve and enjoy. What’s different is each individual’s wishlist of essentials; from public transportation to the number of bedrooms, I will listen to your needs and wants to establish your goals and objectives. We work as a team to meet the goals and you will continually be in the loop during the entire process. In this fast paced market, I believe communication is key in meeting our goals and building our relationship.

1 2010 National Association of REALTORS® Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers

What's the Right Home For You?

Looking for a house to buy? This section will help you create a prioritized list of features to narrow your search.

How Much Can You Afford?

How much home can you afford? The best review is with a trusted mortgage professional, who can work with you to Pre-Qualify your purchase. For a quick idea of what monthly payments may be, feel free to use our mortgage calculator.

Know Your Neighborhood?

Evaluating a neighborhood and surrounding areas thoroughly is essential. As a neighbor and San Diego native, I will be able to answer your questions.

Already Have a Home?

Buying a home while selling an existing home has its own set of considerations; this section provides expert buying advice and can help you navigate these challenges successfully. With knowledgeable planning, you can ensure everything goes smoothly. Before putting your house on the market or committing to buying a new one, let me help you put together a "Net Sheet" of your current home's value, and the costs associated with buying and selling. You'll need a realistic idea of sales prices for similar houses, so you can assess both your buying and selling position.

Shopping for a Home

I will help you with arranging showings, tracking the properties you've seen, identifying homes that meet your criteria and keeping track of your "what's right for you" list