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Posted on 03/31/2020
diLeone by the Sea Real Estate News
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Moving to an HOA Community
Posted on 03/29/2020
Moving to an HOA Community
Photo by Curtis Adams from Pexels Are you considering buying a home with a Home Owner's Association (HOA)? Living in an HOA community can be very rewarding. But if you're accustomed to living without one, it can bring some challenges. Know in advance what to expect with HOA living. Checking out the biggest pros and cons HOA homeowners...
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Should You Create a Home Selling Budget?
Posted on 03/22/2020
Should You Create a Home Selling Budget?
A home selling budget may prove to be exceedingly valuable. With this budget in hand, an individual will know approximately how much money that he or she will need to complete the home selling journey. Now, let's take a look at three expenses to include in a home selling budget. 1. Home Cleaning If you want to impress buyers,...
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Another Property Sold - 3747 Vista Campana S #96, Oceanside, CA 92057
Posted on 03/17/2020
Another Property Sold - 3747 Vista Campana S #96, Oceanside, CA 92057
This tastefully done mid-century home runs parallel with the 14th hole of Emerald Isle Golf Course. It has acres of beautiful views on two sides of the house with large high-quality windows to enjoy the scenery. Privacy is a plus with this location. It features a gourmet kitchen, dining and living area, two separate flex-rooms, inside atrium and two bedrooms and two baths. The kitchen has a Thermador induction cooktop, Bosch oven, soapstone counter tops, soft closing cabinetry and bright glass tile backsplash. An extra-large maple block countertop peninsula with seating leads you to the dining and living areas. Floring in the main...
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Are There Home Selling Shortcuts That Work?
Posted on 03/15/2020
Are There Home Selling Shortcuts That Work?
The home selling journey sometimes is filled with hurdles that make it tough for an individual to optimize his or her property sale earnings. Fortunately, there are several shortcuts that a home seller can take to boost the likelihood of enjoying a profitable property selling experience. These shortcuts include: 1. Hire a Home Cleaning Company A home cleaning company...
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Tour Your New Town Before Moving Day to Learn to Live Like a Local
Posted on 03/08/2020
Tour Your New Town Before Moving Day to Learn to Live Like a Local
Long distance moves can be scary. Living in a new place where you’re unfamiliar with the roads and the people can take some time to get used to. But, whether you’re moving for work or just for a change of scenery, moving to a new part of state or country can be exciting. One way to make things easier...
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Is Crowdfunding a Viable Source for Down-Payments?
Posted on 03/01/2020
Is Crowdfunding a Viable Source for Down-Payments?
Photo by Tumisu via Pixabay In an age where collaboration is on the rise, it’s not surprising that some are looking to find an alternative source of funding for their home or business purchase. Crowdfunding has been a successful way to fund various projects and business propositions, but it seems that some have found a way to make...
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A Few Ideas on How to Capitalize on Your Bathroom Renovation
Posted on 02/23/2020
A Few Ideas on How to Capitalize on Your Bathroom Renovation
Photo by Quinn Kampschroer via Pixabay When it comes to a bathroom renovation, experts typically warn homeowners to conserve their budget as much as possible. This is because when it comes to improving the resale value of a home, there's only so much wiggle room in terms of the value range of a property. (In other words, spending...
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What's The Difference Between Assessed Value And Market Value?
Posted on 02/16/2020
What's The Difference Between Assessed Value And Market Value?
Two terms that you may have heard when talking about real estate is fair market value and assessed value. These two terms are not the same or even interchangeable terms. The assessed value of a home can often be higher than the price the house is being sold. These properties can often be seen as a “bargain” in the...
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Tax Breaks for New Homeowners
Posted on 02/09/2020
Tax Breaks for New Homeowners
Buying your first home is probably one of the biggest purchases you’ll make in your life. But, it does come with its advantages. Among them are tax breaks and deductions that you can take advantage of to save money if you play your cards right. In today’s post, I’m going to cover some of the tax breaks and deductions...
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DIY Home Improvement Projects
Posted on 02/02/2020
DIY Home Improvement Projects
Photo by RawPixel via Pixabay It may be tempting to call an expert (and sometimes, you can't avoid doing so) to fix something or to enhance the decor of your home, but some projects are surprisingly easy to do. Tackling DIY projects at home has never been easier, thanks to the availability of tools and products designed just...
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3747 Vista Campana S #96, Oceanside, CA 92057 is now new to the market!
Posted on 01/30/2020
3747 Vista Campana S #96, Oceanside, CA 92057 is now new to the market!
This tastefully done mid-century home runs parallel with the 14th hole of Emerald Isle Golf Course. It has acres of beautiful views on two sides of the house with large high-quality windows to enjoy the scenery. Privacy is a plus with this location. It features a gourmet kitchen, dining and living area, two separate flex-rooms, inside atrium and two bedrooms and two baths. The kitchen has a Thermador induction cooktop, Bosch oven, soapstone counter tops, soft closing cabinetry and bright glass tile backsplash. An extra-large maple block countertop peninsula with seating leads you to the dining and living areas. Floring in the main...
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