Professionals Answer: “How Do I Increase My Home’s Value?” (Part 1 of 3)

ADDED September 30, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Professionals Answer: "How Do I Increase My Home

When preparing to sell their home, a common question pops up. Homeowners want to know what they can do to get the maximum selling price on their home. Of course, the answer to “What can I do to increase my home’s value or get a better selling price?” is difficult to answer because each home…Read More »

Planning Appropriately for a Renovation

ADDED September 25, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Planning Appropriately for a Renovation

You walk into a home that potentially has the perfect layout, although the kitchen is dated, the floors need upgrading, the bathrooms are awkward … but the price is right and you’ve always wanted to customize a home … so you buy it with renovation in mind. How hard could it be? After all, those…Read More »

Planning a Fall Open House

ADDED September 23, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Planning a Fall Open House

Your Valley Center home is newly on the market and you want to have an open house, but you don’t know how to show it best in the shorter autumn days. As the weather turns toward fall and winter, consider these ideas for making your Valley Center open house bright, warm and welcoming. Curb appeal…Read More »

Apple Watch and other Smart New Home Products

ADDED September 18, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Apple Watch and other Smart New Home Products

Not just relegated to the workspace or entertainment, home technology products focus on every room in your house. Check out these smart-home products geared to make your life easier: Apple Watch useful apps for home In addition to your social media apps, maps and schedules, apps for Apple’s new smart watch include one from Honeywell…Read More »

How to Make Your Living Room Flow

ADDED September 16, 2014 0 COMMENTS
How to Make Your Living Room Flow

One of the first decisions you make in your new San Diego county house is where to place your furniture. In the living areas, furniture placement can make or break your home’s “flow” or ease of movement. A sofa placed just two feet one way or the other, a side table too far out of reach…Read More »

Getting a Mortgage for Self-Employed

ADDED September 11, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Getting a Mortgage for Self-Employed

Prior to the new banking regulations, getting a home mortgage if you owned a business, worked freelance, on contract or were otherwise self-employed was possible, if complicated, using stated income, bank statements and other alternatives to W2 income statements. New regulations on so-called stated income loans, however, make getting that mortgage a bit trickier for…Read More »