California home buying Tag

In 2018 the U.S. Administration instituted tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. While new single-family homes do not use much of these materials in their construction, condominiums and apartment buildings rely on them. This cost is expected to be passed on to the renters and...

California home sales had their largest decline since 2014. In Southern California, home sales are off double digits. It is suggesting a softening of prices at the upper end. Looking at the 5 YEAR housing report for San Diego, here’s what stands out as the most significant...

If you’re home shopping this winter and feeling frustrated, know that market inventory tends to hit a dry spell this time of year. But don’t fret: There are still deals out there. While everyone else is distracted by ski trips, hot cocoa and watching Elf...

Renters in 2017 spent more of their income on rent, while homeowners actually spent less of their income on mortgage payments and associated housing costs. In California, both are paying way too much. Financial experts recommend a tenant or owner limit their cost for shelter to...

The national average number of years someone should stay in their home to make financial sense over renting is 1 year and 11 months as of the end of 2016. This is 1 month longer than in 2015 and continues to lengthen. In California, this...